The Universal brings about the death of individuality. It imposes its generalities in the guise of universal necessity. Its abstract standards lead to a pleading subject struggling for the approval of others. It attacks purity and compensates it with a broad mixture of differences stirred together to form one from the many and, through its rage against individuality, frees itself into the world as a beast broken through its cage wreaking havoc on those who dare to counter the general will; who, through their self-intention, would threaten the linkage of the communal apparatus and stay outside the structure formed by the freedom-less freedom makers. This absoluteness of the universal is like the unstoppable sea crashing down on those who attempt to remain frozen on its shores. Its tide rolls through the world and its force is one in which individuality cannot compete.
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