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A man finds himself, to his great astonishment, suddenly existing, after thousands and thousands of years of non-existence: he lives for a little while; and then, again, comes an equally long period when he must exist no more. The heart rebels against this, and feels that it cannot be true.
 Arthur SchopenhauerStudies in Pessimism (1891). copy citation

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Translated by T. Bailey Saunders
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