In Human, all too human, part 1, par. 107 (“non-responsibility and non-guilt”) Nietzsche clearly brings forth the Spinozian theory of the “innocence of becoming”. I am a bit confused by this claim. Having read the Origin of Tragedy, I’ve come to feel that Nietzsche saw the causal and the logical interpretations of life as mere hypothesis among others. Yet in this paragraph (and in paragraph 26 as well), Nietzsche seems to hold this particular version of the world - the causal one - for true. Did Nietzsche consider causality as an objective property of the world, and not a projection of the imagination ?