Nietzsche on Nature
The Gay Science 109
us beware of saying that there are laws in nature. There are only necessities:
there is nobody who commands, nobody who obeys, nobody who trespasses.
Once you know that there are no purposes you also know that there is
no accident for it is only beside a world of purposes that the word
'accident' has meaning. Let us beware of saying that death is opposed
to life. The living is merely a type of what is dead, and a very rare
type. There are no eternally enduring substances; matter is as much
of an error as God.