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This is hardly surprising, given the supremacist nature of mainstream, classical Islamic doctrine and practice for over a millennium, through the present era, as the great Orientalist[2] Gustave[3] von Grunebaum[4] observed in 1971: Islam is interested in making the world safe for Islam, in getting Islam into the controlling position and making it possible for Islam to be practiced perfectly, completely, and without any danger of controversion or subversion wherever Islam wishes to be practiced.
Moving from perversion to controversion, the final chapter, 'The Controversy of Dissidence: Nietzsche', 'examines Nietzsche's deicide and concludes that: 'Henceforth, whichever way we walk, we are all on Nietzsche's path' (243).
Art creates the realities and worlds through which people perceive ideology--the risk of an uncanny utopia was too threatening and a controversion of the image sought by the Soviet government.