4/07/2007
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McCaffery says, "The general economy... makes apparent that excesses of energy are produced, and that by definition, these excesses cannot be utilized. The excessive economy can only be lost without the slightest aim, consequently without meaning."

But what are the practical consequences of such excess? Let's ask Georges Bataille!

"In a bad way from drinking." (89)

"Unpleasant effects from drinking today." (113)

(From Bataille's On Nietzsche, translated by Bruce Boone.)

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