To will nothing, then, is admit being, by looking in it for that infinite virtuosity that always enters into the game and always runs off

“‘I would rather believe in nothingness than accuse Being, whatever it is. Nothingness is the good, it is; being is evil, it is not. Thus the will, stripped of illusions comes back to its essence.” – BLONDEL on the negation of negation, on how reconciliation with the negative is possible through accepting that things are empty but not bleak