Don't ask, How will I climb the mountain, just climb the mountain.

Friedrich Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche

Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: German

Don't ask, How will I climb the mountain, just climb the mountain. Friedrich Nietzsche

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He who writes in blood and aphorisms does not want to be read, he wants to be learned by heart.

Who has not for the sake of his reputation sacrificed himself?

Second proposition. The characteristics which have been assigned to the ‘real being' of things are the characteristics of non-being, of nothingness – the ‘real world' has been constructed out of the contradiction to the actual world: an apparent world indeed, in so far as it is no more than a moral-optical illusion.

And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.

One has to know the size of one's stomach.

The best weapon against an enemy is another enemy.

Thus the man who is responsive to artistic stimuli reacts to the reality of dreams as does the philosopher to the reality of existence; he observes closely, and he enjoys his observation: for it is out of these images that he interprets life, out of these processes that he trains himself for life.

You have made danger your vocation; there is nothing contemptible in that. Now you perish of your vocation: for that I will bury you with my own hands.

He who has not a hard heart when young, will never have one.

For your Bildung you should choose the most difficult and splendid problem, but as subject for a dissertation choose no more than a very limited and remote corner.

Art is not merely an imitation of the reality of nature, but in truth a metaphysical supplement to the reality of nature, placed alongside thereof for its conquest.

But by my love and hope I beseech you: do not throw away the hero in your soul! Keep sacred your highest hope!

Morality is just a fiction used by the herd of inferior human beings to hold back the few superior men.

There is only a perspective seeing, only a perspective "knowing"; and the more affects we allow to speak about one thing, the more eyes, different eyes, we can use to observe one thing, the more complete will our "concept" of this thing, our "objectivity," be.