I wrote this short speech for my book 'Behold the Wanderer: A Novel against Modernity'. Cities have uprooted us and our communities. Without roots, we can have no past. Without a past, we have no future. We must root ourselves again, firmly, in the lands where we belong.
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city, cities, urbanism, urbanization, urbanisation, rural romanticism, uprootedness, Nietzsche, Heidegger, modernity, countryside, struggle, serfdom, slavery, domestication
== Sources ==
Behold the Wanderer: A Novel against Modernity
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Richard Wagner's Parsifal Prelude
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Vae victis! / Woe unto the vanquished!