they are seeking for [total] freedom by looking [in]to the future (which does not exist) with the chimera of capturing the being in it. so, the presence remains endlessly unfulfilled, since its fulfillment is lurking in the [coming] end of the future. an end which is forever present in/through the anxiety of being: the agony of freedom as accomplishment [of its image]. therefore, the future they are looking for is not only non-existed; it is, after all, really denied —it is a phantom: the death as endlessly present/frozen.


ἀποζητοῦν τὴν [ἀπόλυτη] ἐλευθερία μὲ τὸ νὰ διώκουν στὸ μέλλον (ποὺ δὲν ὑπάρχει) τὴν χίμαιρα τῆς κυριαρχίας στὴν ὕπαρξη-ζωὴ μέσα του. ἔτσι, τὸ παρὸν παραμένει ἀτέρμονα ἀσυντέλεστο, καθὼς τὸ πλήρωμά του καραδοκεῖ στὸ [ἐρχόμενο] τέλος τοῦ μέλλοντος. ἕνα τέλος ποὺ διαρκῶς εἶναι παρὸν στὴν ἀγχόνη τῆς ὕπαρξης: ἡ ἀγωνία τῆς ἐλευθερίας σὰν πλήρωμα [τῆς εἰκόνας της]. ἔτσι, τὸ μέλλον ποὺ ἀποζητοῦν δὲν εἶναι μόνον ἀνύπαρχτο, εἶναι τελεσίδικα ἀρνημένο —ἕνα φάντασμα: ὁ θάνατος σὰν ἀτελείωτα παρών/παγωμένος.