This impressionistic, often incomprehensible journal left behind by the infamous Dr. Krzysztof Dziwaczny is all that remains of the renowned underground pioneer of samadhi psychotherapy. Entering the inscrutable mind of Dr. Dziwaczny, one quickly abandons all sense of reason, your trusted, brittle framework of logic shattering as any clinging hope you might have of understanding this man flees in terror. Fugue, the only English translation of this rare, cryptic document, regarded for years as "hopelessly untranslatable," offers us a fresh perspective into the brilliant, conflicted, tragically human mind of a man whose work has indelibly transformed how we comprehend such fundamental constructs as consciousness, identity, truth, meaning and understanding, perhaps even reality itself. While redefining these basic tenets of human thought, Dr. Dziwaczny's work at the same time, paradoxically, annihilates these concepts, revealing them as "encapsulated bubbles of horror defining our moment-to-moment human experience," utterly meaningless phantasms motivated by the despair of existence. Fugue provides a keen insight into the mystery of Dr. Dziwaczny, for those who dare venture through the perilous terrain. Or maybe not.
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- Krzysztof Dziwaczny, Christopher D Lovett, Lovett Christopher
- Paperback | 182 pages
- 152 x 229 x 10mm | 249g
- Publication date
- 01 Apr 2012
- Outskirts Press
- Publication City/Country
- Parker CO, United States
- Illustrations note
- Illustrations, black and white