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The author is enchanted: having a reader who works his way so rapidly through a big book and in spite of the effort remains enthusiastic. Ah, the poor fool! In the course of the conversation, that benevolently interested reader, so anxiously awaiting the new book, admits that he has not read this one at all, and will probably never have time to do so, but he had heard talk at a social gathering of a new book from the same author, and he is extraordinarily occupied in being assured on this matter.
Yes, like a young girl who has but a single wish, to be loved by just one, so has he but one wish: to be a thinker. , it is in this renowned person’s power to decide his fate; for if the youth does not understand him, he is rejected, he has been shipwrecked on his single wish. And just for that reason he dare not yet confide in anyone else and initiate him into his misfortune, his disgrace, the fact that he cannot understand the famous man. So he starts afresh. He translates all the more important passages into his mother tongue, to be sure that he understands them and is not overlooking anything and thus possibly something about the problem (because that it should simply not be there is something he cannot at all understand).
The problem of the Crumbs as prefatory not to Christianity but to becoming a Christian Section 2 The problem itself The individual’s eternal happiness is decided in time through the relation to something historical, which is moreover historical in such a way that it includes in its composition that which according to its nature cannot become historical and must consequently become so on the strength of the absurd A The element of pathos § 1. The initial expression of existential pathos: the absolute orientation (respect) towards the absolute τέλος, actively expressed in the reshaping of existence – aesthetic pathos – mediation’s deception – the medieval monastic movement – relating at one time absolutely to one’s absolute τέλος and relatively to what is relative § 2.