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PostSubject: Dionisus against the Cross: the battle remains the same   Sun Sep 29, 2013 2:13 am

The philosopher has too much of a hard time letting go of the power of Christ, though that power be the furthest from philosophy, because of its multimillennial hegemony. The amount of philosophical destruction... "If you can't resist him, become a masochist and relate to him until you decide you already are him. This way, the crime is not erased, but made never to have been."

No, my friends.... Love battle.... Love it... It is for the goodly men. Our masochism is the masochism of feeling the blows of battle, victory does not inform one nearly as well that one is alive!

¡Viva la depresión!

 

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