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 +====== FN.-AC. §30 ======
 +===== The Antichrist. =====
 +<​tab>//​The instinctive hatred of reality//: the consequence of an extreme susceptibility to pain and irritation–so great that merely to be “touched” becomes unendurable,​ for every sensation is too profound.\\
 +<​tab>//​The instinctive exclusion of all aversion, all hostility, all bounds and distances in feeling//: the consequence of an extreme susceptibility to pain and irritation–so great that it senses all resistance, all compulsion to resistance, as unbearable //anguish// (–that is to say, as //​harmful//,​ as //​prohibited//​ by the instinct of self-preservation),​ and regards blessedness (joy) as possible only when it is no longer necessary to offer resistance to anybody or anything, however evil or dangerous–love,​ as the only, as the //​ultimate//​ possibility of life....\\
 +<​tab>​These are the two //​physiological realities// upon and out of which the doctrine of salvation has sprung. I call them a sublime super-development of hedonism upon a thoroughly unsalubrious soil. What stands most closely related to them, though with a large admixture of Greek vitality and nerve-force,​ is epicureanism,​ the theory of salvation of paganism. Epicurus was a //typical décadent//:​ I was the first to recognize him.–The fear of pain, even of infinitely slight pain–the end of this //can// be nothing save a //religion of love//....
 +===== Similarities to aphorisms by Nietzsche =====
 +===== Similarities to aphorisms by others =====
 +===== Academic interpretations =====
 +===== Other connections =====
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