“One may be no longer capable of belief, yet remain capable of believing in those who believe. One…”

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“One may be no longer capable of belief, yet remain capable of believing in those who believe. One may be no longer capable of loving, except for loving someone who loves. One may no longer know what one wants, yet want what someone else wants.”

Jean Baudrillard, The Transparency of Evil: Essays on Extreme Phenomena (via thirdity)

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