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Nietzsche Biography (Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche)
: German Philosopher
Famous for :
His writings on philosophy, poetry and society.
Nietzshe was an athiest and somewhat controversial
: Born - 15th of October, 1844
Röcken-bei-Lützen, Prussia / Died
25th of August, 1900 Weimar, Saxony, Germany
Quotes> Friedrich Nietzsche
List of Quotes by Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche
There are no facts, only interpretations.
Nietzsche - Facts
The Christian resolution to find the world
ugly and bad has made the world ugly and
Nietzsche - Christian
God is dead. God remains dead. And we
have killed him. How shall we comfort
ourselves, the murderers of all murderers?
What was holiest and mightiest of all
that the world has yet owned has bled
to death under our knives: who will wipe
this blood off us? What water is there
for us to clean ourselves? What festivals
of atonement, what sacred games shall
we have to invent? Is not the greatness
of this deed too great for us? Must we
ourselves not become gods simply to appear
worthy of it?
Nietzsche - God
So far no one had had enough courage and
intelligence to reveal me to my dear Germans.
My problems are new, my psychological
horizon frighteningly comprehensive, my
language bold and clear; there may well
be no books written in German which are
richer in ideas and more independent than
Nietzsche - Intelligence
He who fights with monsters should look
to it that he himself does not become
a monster. And when you gaze long into
an abyss the abyss also gazes into you.
Nietzsche - Fighting
Awareness - Philosophy
Underneath this reality in which we live
and have our being, another and altogether
different reality lies concealed.
Nietzsche - Reality
What then is truth? A movable host of
metaphors, metonymies, and anthropomorphisms:
in short, a sum of human relations which
have been poetically and rhetorically
intensified, transferred, and embellished,
and which, after long usage, seem to a
people to be fixed, canonical, and binding.
Truths are illusions which we have forgotten
are illusions.. they are metaphors that
have become worn out and have been drained
of sensuous force, coins which have lost
their embossing and are now considered
as metal and no longer as coins.
Nietzsche - Truth
Mathematics would certainly have not come
into existence if one had known from the
beginning that there was in nature no
exactly straight line, no actual circle,
no absolute magnitude.
Nietzsche - Mathematics
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