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Quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche (Page 3 of 6)








Longer Version:

Ah, there are so many things betwixt heaven and earth of which only the poets have dreamed!

And especially ABOVE the heavens: for all Gods are poet-symbolisations, poet-sophistications!
















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I love him whose soul is deep even in the wounding, and may succumb through a small matter: thus goeth he willingly over the bridge.


















































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Against war one might say that it makes the victor stupid and the vanquished malicious. In its favor, that in producing these two effects it barbarizes, and so makes the combatants more natural. For culture it is a sleep or a wintertime, and man emerges from it stronger for good and for evil.

















































Longer Version:

When one is young, one venerates and despises without that art of nuances which constitutes the best gain of life, and it is only fair that one has to pay dearly for having assaulted men and things in this manner with Yes and No. Everything is arranged so that the worst of tastes, the taste for the unconditional, should be cruelly fooled and abused until a man learns to put a little art into his feelings and rather to risk trying even what is artificial — as the real artists of life do.












Longer Version:

Every profound spirit needs a mask: even more, around every profound spirit a mask is continually growing.





















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