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"Rationality ex post facto. - Whatever lives long is gradually so saturated with reason that its irrational origins become improbable. Does not almost every accurate history of the origin of something sound paradoxical and sacrilegious to our feelings? Doesn't the good historian contradict all the time?"
Friedrich Nietzsche (The Dawn of Day, first book, aphorism 1)