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himself free of his mind, free of his Being. Twist free of Platonic metaphors, twist free of Platonic duality, twist free of the binary oppositions between the infinite and the finite...and one finds himself (like Nietzsche) without a functioning mind
 
himself free of his mind, free of his Being. Twist free of Platonic metaphors, twist free of Platonic duality, twist free of the binary oppositions between the infinite and the finite...and one finds himself (like Nietzsche) without a functioning mind
 
<ref>p.28 Tautological oxymorons book </ref>
 
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Twisting free from platonic opposites[]

As Heidegger stated it, ‘During the time the overturning of Platonism became a twisting free of it, madness befell him.’ In other words, as Nietzsche ‘twisted free’ of the binary contrasts of Platonism, he found himself free of his mind, free of his Being. Twist free of Platonic metaphors, twist free of Platonic duality, twist free of the binary oppositions between the infinite and the finite...and one finds himself (like Nietzsche) without a functioning mind [1]

  1. p.28 Tautological oxymorons book