“For the Outsider, the world into which he has been born is always a world without values. Compared to his own appetite for a purpose and a direction, the way most men live is not living at all; it is drifting. 83 more words
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The Outsider’s case against society is very clear. All men and women have these dangerous, unnamable impulses, ye they keep up a pretence, to themselves, to others; their respectability, their philosophy, their religion are all attempts to gloss over, to make look civilized and rational something that is savage, unorganized, irrational.