All things that endure for a long time are little by little permeated by reason that their origin in unreason becomes improbable.

Friedrich Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche

Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: German

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He who considers more deeply knows that, whatever his acts and judgements may be, he is always wrong.

Or is it this: To be sick and send away the comforters, and to make friends of the deaf, who never hear your requests?

The true world -- we have abolished. What world has remained? The apparent one perhaps? But no! With the true world we have also abolished the apparent one.

Rather know nothing than half-know many things! Rather be a fool on one's own account than a wise man in the opinion of others!

First learn to construct the parts properly before it ventures to fashion a great whole.

Psychology has falsified love as surrender and altruism, while it is an appropriation or a bestowal following from a super-abundance of personality. Only the most complete persons can love. The depersonalized and objective are the worst lovers.

All that exists is just and unjust and is equally justified in both respects.

Close beside my knowledge lies my black ignorance.

What is Genius?- To aspire to a lofty aim and to will the means to that aim.

A thought comes when it will, not when I will.

The majority of men prefer delusion to truth. It soothes. It is easy to grasp. Above all, it fits more snugly than the truth into a universe of false appearances—of complex and irrational phenomena, defectively grasped.

The forumula of my happiness: a Yes, a No, a straight line, a goal.

Knowest thou not who is most needed by all? He who commandeth great things. To execute great things is difficult: but the more difficult task is to command great things.

Is man merely a mistake of God's? Or God merely a mistake of man?