An unequal struggle, sometimes furious, sometimes more low key, takes place between the Logos and the Anti-Logos, these terms being taken in their broadest possible sense – the sense in which Nietzsche used them. The Logos makes inventories, classifies and arranges: it cultivates knowledge and presses it into the service of power. Nietzsche’s Grand Desire, by contrast, seeks to overcome divisions – divisions between work and product, between repetitive and differential, or between needs and desires.