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Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2000 07:10:22 -0800
Subject: Re: Jeremiah Luna quote

Thomas Wagner quoting Nietzsche wrote:

>"And woe to that fatal curiosity which might one day have the power to
>peer out and down through a crack in the chamber of consciousness and
>then suspect that man is sustained in the indifference of his ignorance
>by that which is pitiless, greedy, insatiable, and murderous - as if
>hanging in dreams on the back of a tiger."

>T.F. Wagner
>Munich, Germany

Ah yes, to "say in a single sentence what others say in a book; what they
_do not_ say!"

Thank you Herr Wagner,




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