Classic · Excerpt · German Culture · German Literature · Non-fiction · Novel · Paraphrase · Passage · Philosophy · Quote · Religion · Theology

Friedrich Nietzsche

Did you ever say “Yes” to one joy? Oh my friends, then you also said “Yes” to all pain. All things are entwined, enmeshed, enamoured–did you ever want Once to be Twice, did you ever say “I love you, bliss–instant–flash–” then you wanted everything back. Everything anew, everything forever, everything entwined, enmeshed, enamoured–oh, thus you… Continue reading Friedrich Nietzsche

Advertisement

Rate this:

19th-Century Philosophy · Aesthetics · Author · Classical Philosophy · Ethics · German Culture · Metaphysics · Onthology · Paraphrase · Philosophy of History · Poet · Quote · Truth Theory · Value Theory · Western Philosophy · Writer

Friedrich Nietzsche

My solitude doesn’t depend on the presence or absence of people; on the contrary, I hate who steals my solitude without, in exchange, offering me true company.  — Friedrich Nietzsche

Rate this:

Anthology · Classic · Compilation · Excerpt · German Culture · German Literature · History · Non-fiction · Paraphrase · Passage · Philosophy · Quote · Reference · Theory · Writings

Friedrich Nietzsche

Whoever knows he is deep, strives for clarity; whoever would like to appear deep to the crowd, strives for obscurity. For the crowd considers anything deep if only it cannot see to the bottom: the crowd is so timid and afraid of going into the water. —  Friedrich Nietzsche, Basic Writings of Nietzsche. (Modern Library;… Continue reading Friedrich Nietzsche

Rate this:

Classic · Excerpt · German Culture · German Literature · Non-fiction · Paraphrase · Passage · Philosophy · Quote · Religion

Friedrich Nietzsche

There is something arbitrary in stopping here to look back and look around, in his not digging deeper here but laying his spade aside; there is also something suspicious about it. Every philosophy also conceals a philosophy; every opinion is also a hideout, every word also a mask. — Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil.… Continue reading Friedrich Nietzsche

Rate this: