explanation of the two quotes.

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“The ethical as such is the universal and as the universal it applies to everyone which from another angle means that it applies at all times. It rests immanent in itself, has nothing outside itself that is its … end, purpose but is itself the … [end and purpose] for everything outside itself, and when the ethical has absorbed this into itself, it goes not further.” (Kierkegaard, 54) "Perhaps one should concede a similar merit to the religion that made men see the sinfulness of every single individual through a magnifying glass, turning the inner into a great immortal criminal. By surrounding him with eternal perspectives, it taught man to see himself from a distance and as something past and whole." (Nietzsche, 133)

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