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In the noonday sun…

We have abolished the true world: what world has remained? the apparent one perhaps? … But no! With the true world we have also abolished the apparent one!

(Noon; moment of the briefest shadow; end of the longest error; high point of humanity; INCIPIT ZARATHUSTRA.) [Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols, “How the ‘True World’ Finally Became a Fable: The History of an Error”, 1889, sec. 6. (Kaufmann trans.).]

We exaggerate humanity’s (no, man’s—no, men’s!) capacity for light. The ladies giggle from the shade.

Posted by luno in Heterocosmos, Nietzsche, sex differences, General (Friday June 10, 2005 at 9:39 pm)
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