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The gesture is at times augmented to the point of festive generosity, when the giver and the receiver are for a moment connected through joint exaltation, a feeling that can possibly have long-lasting consequences. It stimulates the pride of the recipients to think over what would be an adequate response. It reaches its highest degree in donations to beneficiaries who are not close in time and space to the giver and thus cannot return anything—Nietzsche designed for this form of exaltation the interesting name "love of those most remote" (Fernstenliebe).
28 Guilt and debt have one decisive connecting trait: both make sure that the lives of those they affect remain bound by a knot created in the past. Jointly they create a retrogressive compulsive union, through which what has been retains its domination over what will be. To pay off and to pay back are acts that point back to the center of transactions. They are the objective operations that, when translated into subjective feeling, lead to resentment. If one traces the concept of resentment 29 INTRODUCTION to its material and economic sources, one finds the basic and original conviction that nothing in the world can be gotten for free and that every step must be paid back to the last penny.
These acts of "giving virtue" leave it up to the future to do with the gift whatever it can and wants. Whereas the common economy that is dictated by the "lower Eros" is based on the affects of wanting to have, the thymotic economy is based on the pride of those that are free enough to give. Bataille traces in Nietzsche's writing the contours of an economy of pride in which the concept of investment is radically modified. While typical investors use their means in order to get back more than they invest, other people invest their resources to satisfy their pride and to attest to their good fortune.