Ulysses will face the fury of the winds, the anger of the sea, the traps of the gods and of the straits. He will be wrecked several times. He will go, perhaps, to visit the hyperborean regions of Ultima Thule, before finally returning to his olive trees and Penelope. But which trip is it? the journey proposed by Homer? that of Jason and the Argonauts, or even our intimate and motionless journey, in balance between sensible and intelligible. It is perhaps still and especially that of these castaways today, who find themselves on makeshift boats to cross this Sea at...
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