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Excerpt from As I See: Nietsche
During all the succeeding periods of history, we can witness in the arena of mankind the bitter life-and-death struggle between the best and strongest champions of those two fundamental ideas and trends of thought. In all these embittered battlings Apollo remained the victor. These two opposing and bitterly fighting trends of thought, rubbed and fussed themselves for thousands of years. On both sides they tried to bring the best, so to show their justification for domination. From the very beginning there was a furious battle, which overthrew the many Gods, but always, in the end, there remained one God on the throne.
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