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And from which it can be deduced. The course of unforeseeable events is transformed endlessly, stretching to eternity. The cultural problems that move men are constantly posed anew and from other aspects. That which becomes meaningful and significant in the infinite How of individual data constantly changes the field, and it becomes a historical concept, just as the relations of thought are variable under which it is considered and posited as an object of science. The principles of the cultural sciences will keep changing in a future without limits as long as a sclerosis of life and of spirit does not disaccustom humanity, as in China, to posing new questions to an inexhaustible life.

180-81. 22 / ADVENTURES OF THE DIALECTIC our freedom the work of so many other freedoms. It assumes that we can clarify the choices of others through our own and ours through theirs, that we can rectify one by the other and finally arrive at the truth. There is no attitude more respectful, no objectivity more profound, than this claim of going to the very source of history. History is not an external god, a hidden reason of which we have only to record the conclusions. It is the metaphysical fact that the same life, our own, is played out both within us and outside us, in our present and in our past, and that the world is a system with several points of access, or, one might say, that we have fellow men.

28 / ADVENTURES OF THE DIALECTIC he says no to others and to things, even this is an action, and it is he who gratifies the sterile wishes of the politics of ultimate ends [la politi que du coeur]: If in these times, which, in your opinion, are not times of "sterile" excitation-excitation is not, after all, genuine passion-if now suddenly the Weltanschauungs-politicians crop up en masse and pass the watchword, "The world is stupid and base, not I," "The responSibility for the consequences does not fall upon me but upon the others whom I serve and whose stupidity or baseness I shall eradicate," then I declare frankly that I would first inquire into the degree of inner poise backing this ethic of ultimate ends.

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