Beyond good and evil lies the triumph of the idea over the knowledge provided by our experience of the material world. Plato tried to lay the blame on myopic vision, which activates late and relies on an unreliable quantum, light. Thus, the primacy of vision is both hubristic and bound to be wrong. I suppose pride can be blamed. When man confronts all of nature with all his senses, he is properly awed/humbled by the experience. Beyond good and evil is perverse, inconsistent with reality. Which is how Mother Teresa could insist “love hurts.”
DULCE ET DECORUM EST PRO PATRIA MORI is a lie.