s wings as it flutters around. Artists are those who can evade the verbose.”
coincidences. Everything seems to be speeding up,
“What Chekhov was getting at is this: necessity is an independent concept. It has a different structure from logic, morals, or meaning. Its function lies entirely in the role it plays. What doesn’t play a role shouldn’t exist. What necessity requires does need to exist. That’s what you call dramaturgy. Logic, morals, or meaning don’t have anything to do with it. It’s all a question of relationality. Chekhov understood dramaturgy very well.
revelation last night. Taking crazy things seriously is—a serious waste of time.” “A very wise conclusion. There’s that saying, ‘Pointless thinking is worse than no thinking at all.’”