Against Remorse. The thinker sees in his own

Against Remorse. The thinker sees in his own actions attempts and questionings to obtain information about something or other; success and failure are answers to him first and foremost. To vex himself, however, because something does not succeed, or to feel remorse at all – he leaves that to those who act because they are commanded to do so, and expect to get a beating when their gracious master is not satisfied with the result.

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