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After contingency makes the accidental sufferable, necessity makes the accident bearable.
To claim that there must be contingencies is to make a claim in the spirit of necessity.
Bowing to spontaneity is easy when standing for necessity.
The necessity of living can be questioned once the necessities of life are no longer in question.
This “need” cannot mean biological necessity; the term here expresses an existential demand.
Human relations can be necessary, useful, or something else.
No two words are synonymous—no words are superfluous—yet these two terms are in deeds close in meaning.
The farther we leave our decisions behind, the more we convince ourselves that we must have made them that way.