"Philosophy is transcendental homelessness; it is the urge to be at home everywhere"

A beautiful quote by George Lukacs from the Theory of the Novel about modernist philosophy or - better yet - Enlightenment philosophy.

One of those Hegelian dialectical assertions that you have to let sit on your tongue and savor a bit before swallowing.

Even as the world becomes more and more comprehensible and encoded the desire to wander and experience something becomes internalized and insatiable.