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This chapter presents some closing thoughts. What remains troubling are not only the existing questions posed by the current work, but the amorphous concerns that lurk along its conceptual periphery. Perhaps because Friedrich Nietzsche wrote it with far greater books than the current work in mind, aphorism 208 from his Human, All-Too-Human? provides at least a measure of solace in this regard. Accordingly, while the author in various ways grows distant from what he has written, conversely, the book in various ways draws close to others, and produces effects akin to that of a person, as though it were possessed of its own mind and will.

Keywords: anxiety; mind; will

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