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of Philosophy, ed. by Karen Joisten; Bielefeld: transcript 2010: p.177-210). 200 staging of effects, the effect of metaphorical aesthetics of the chaos lays in an ethical perspective on actions to ‚scenify‘ into an option for interpretation in order to gather the organization of the (conscious) world and at the same time to develop it further. Thus the effect follows the dialectical understanding of (Nietzsche) Dionysus in opposition to the affective woes of Ariadne: „Haven’t we to hate before we should love each other?“3 Thus the effect of the labyrinth is