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Certainly the tyrannical, hyper-mimetic Wagner was the most unsuitable person to establish a well-balanced and proper relationship. A ruthless exploiter of all those around him, he manipulated other people and especially their money, not only in questionable taste but often dishonestly; yet Wagner, who was capable of putting the Bavarian state ﬁnances at risk, was as hard to resist as a hurricane, and compensated for his enormous defects by the power of his music and by his generosity to friends as well.
Your Manfred-Meditation is the most wildly fanciful eccentricity, the most disagreeable and anti-musical thing in the way of notes on scored paper that I have set eyes on in a long time. I have had to ask myself several times: is it all a joke, was your aim perhaps to parody the so-called music of the future? Are you aware of it as you blithely go on breaking all the rules for connecting sounds, from the highest syntax to ordinary orthography? Leaving aside the psychological interest—since one perceives an unusual spirit in your feverish musical product, a distinct spirit in spite of all the aberrations—your Meditation, from a musical point of view, is equivalent to a crime in the world of ethics [in der moralischen Welt].
But the world in which we live is not normally composed of innocent Abels but of countless Cains, who often go undetected simply because they are better at pretending. Envy is more relational and mimetic than anything else, since what it triggers off among men and women is mimetic desire. And even when it is one-sided, it comes of an imitative relationship that has malfunctioned in the past, and ‘taught’ the envious one how to envy. 43 Mimetic relationships between men easily consist in mutual envy, and—worse still—in a mutual grounding in envy.