Arnon Grunberg



Pierre Klossowski writes in “Sade My Neighbor”: “If the summit of villainy consists in disguising one’s passion as thought, the villain for his part finds in the thought of a decent man nothing but the disguise of an impotent passion.”

Decency is nothing but an impotent passion and hence the desperate attempts of most religions to disguise decency as the result of a potent passion.