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Quotation by E.M. Cioran
Afflicted with existence, each man endures like an animal the consequences which proceed from it. Thus, in a world where everything is detestable, hatred becomes huger than the world and, having transcended its object, cancels itself out.
E.M. Cioran (b. 1911), Romanian–born French philosopher. "Itinerary of Hate," ch. 1, A Short History of Decay (1949).
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