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  1. The Musical Horizon of Religion : Blumenberg's Matthäuspassion.Bruce Krajewski - 1993 - History of the Human Sciences 6 (4):81-95.
    Compassion is a sign of superficiality: broken destinies and unrelenting misery either make you scream or turn you to stone. Pity is not only inefficient; it is also insulting. And besides, how can you pity another when you yourself suffer ignominiously? Compassion is as common as it is because it does not bind you to anything! Nobody in this world has yet died from another's suffering. And the one who said that he died for us did not die; he was (...)
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