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[393W-{1-2/49} Jesus of Nazareth: PW Vol. VIII. p. 320]

[P. 320] {FEUER} “(The state of Innocence could not come to men’s consciousnessuntil they had lost it. This yearning back thereto, the struggle for its re-attainment, is the soul of the whole movement of civilisation since ever we learnt to know the men of legend and of history. It is the impulse to depart from a generality that seems hostile to us, to arrive at egoistic satisfaction in ourselves …).” [393W-{1-2/49}Jesus of Nazareth: PW Vol. VIII. p. 320]

 

[394W-{1-2/49} Jesus of Nazareth: PW Vol. VIII. p. 321]

[P. 321] {FEUER} “In this world of egoistic yearning and dislike arose the Law: in it man was to divest himself of his egoism in favour of a generality from which love, i.e. the blessed consciousness of love, had vanished – to wit, Possession. But the Law itself could not make-up for Love, for it was the constraint, the compulsion to benefit the commonalty … .” [394W-{1-2/49} Jesus of Nazareth: PW Vol. VIII. p. 321]

 

[395W-{1-2/49} Jesus of Nazareth: PW Vol. VIII. p. 322]

P. 322] {FEUER} “Only after attained maturity, when man divests himself of self again in love, does Nature become aught to him, in measure as he sinks himself into her; for through love he goes outside himself, and finds himself again in his antithesis. Whence also the understanding of Nature first through love.” [395W-{1-2/49 Jesus of Nazareth: PW Vol. VIII. p. 322]

 

[396W-{1-2/49} Jesus of Nazareth: PW Vol. VIII. p. 339]

[P. 339] {FEUER} “The first man, Adam, is sent into natural life, and the last Adam into spiritual life. But the spiritual body is not the first, but the natural, and afterward the spiritual.” [396W-{1-2/49} Jesus of Nazareth: PW Vol. VIII. p. 339]

 

[397W-{2/49} Man and Established Society: PW Vol. VIII, p. 230-231]

[P. 230] {FEUER} The Existing has a mighty empire over man. Our Established Society has a terrible power over us, for it has deliberately arrested the growth of our strength. The strength for this holy war can come to us from nothing save perception of the worthlessness of our Society. When we have clearly recognised how our existing Society disowns its task, how violently and often craftily it withholds [P. 231] us from our mission, our right, our happiness, we shall have won the force to fight, to conquer it. [397W-{2/49} Man and Established Society: PW Vol. VIII, p. 230-231]

 

[398W-{4/49} The Revolution: PW Vol. VIII, p. 235-236]

[P. 235] {FEUER} “Whatever stands, must fall: such is the everlasting law of Nature, such the condition of Life; and I , the eternal destroyer, fulfil the law and fashion ever-youthful life. (…) I will destroy [P. 236] each phantom (Wahn) that has rule o’er men. I will destroy the dominion of

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