One can view technological civilization, in particular its accelerations in the twentieth century, as an attempt to drown the questions of Nietzsche’s chief witness, the tragic Diogenes, in comfort. By making technical living tools of unknown perfection available to individuals, the modern world aims thus to silence their uneasy inquiries about the space in which they live, or from which they constantly fall.

Excerpt from Bubbles, Peter Sloterdijk [p. 27]
Xander Seren