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Climate Burn - Out (Stress Trilogy: Part II)
ISMN : 979-0-2325-3449-7
Climate burn-out is the second part of a trilogy that deals with the effects of transience. Time, as a metaphorical protagonist, is an unavoidable source of stress; both on a personal level and in different contexts of "worldliness". This piece plays with clichés and breaks them down into abstractions that describe the uncertainty of the future. The idea is rounded off by short quotes from Nietzsche's "Also sprach Zarathustra".
Partly controversial ideas in Nietzsche's work should remind of how important it is to oppose ideologies. This composition is an expression of helplessness towards political currents that lead to ecological and economic catastrophes, and tries to build a personal counterpoint to passivity
QUOTES: "alles ist leer, alles ist gleich, alles war!"
"ah, wo ist noch ein Meer in dem man ertrinken könnte?"
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