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Saturday, June 6, 2015

All opposites contain the seed to their own opposites

When we try to be something else than what we are, we cultivate the self-contradiction.

The anxiety of what you are grows the illusion about its opposition, and by striving after the opposite we hope to avoid anxiety, but this becoming something has no being, it is therefore the anxiety of nothing.

Synthesis is not, as Hegel claimed, the cultivation of an opposition; there arises no synthesis through resistance, because all opposites contain the seed to their own opposites.

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