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O n l y if w e are able t o o v e r c o m e such a temptation to pity, if we are able to endure the c h o c k i n g feeling o f reliving the m o s t terrible m o m e n t s o f o u r lives, will the idea o f eternal recurrence have a liberating and transforming effect u p o n us. W h a t N i e t z s c h e seems to be depicting is a deep psychic experience o f the negation o f the negations entailed b y the n o t i o n o f eternal return. T h i s understanding o f the everlasting recurrence o f the same as generating an existential transformation is a far cry from the abstract formulations o f c o s m i c cycles o f creation and destruction found on the austere pages o f Lange's c o o l , critical history o f materialism.
35 Eternal Recurrence Nietzsche's theory o f recurrence. " As far as the issue o f the empirical recurrence o f specific event-sequences is concerned, this is extraordinarily empirically improbable. Because o f the necessary assumption o f the relational interaction o f all events, the empirical possibility o f the concurrent reoccurrence o f compatible events (which would, of course, have to include an astronomical number o f simultaneous happen ings) in precisely the sequence in which they had previously happened is a remote possibility.
The Cosmological Arguments T h e formulation o f eternal return in terms o f attempts to demonstrate it o r indicate its probability is primarily a reflection o f N i e t z s c h e ' s desire to enlist a scientific c o n c e p t i o n in the service o f his philosophy. A l t h o u g h I agree with Danto 13 14 14 in this regard, I do so for reasons quite different from his o w n . T h e Cf. Tracy Strong, Frederich Nietzsche and the Politics of Transfiguration, Berkeley, 1976. Cp. also: Bernd Magnus, Nietzsche's Existential Imperative, Bloomington and London, 1978.