|beyond metaphysics||beyond critique|
|Tain of the mirror||mooville|
Nietzshe says: "Two tracks meet here; no one has ever followed them to the end. This long track behind us. It goes on for an eternity. And that long road ahead of us--that is another eternity. But if one were to follow them further and ever further and ever further: do you think that these roads would be in eternal opposition?
Dr. Faustroll says: "I have never had the desire to kill except after seeing a horses head, which has become for me a sign, or an order, or more precisely a signal, like the down-turned thumb in the arena, that the time has come to strike the blow.
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