How Nietzsche thinks of himself

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

How Nietzsche thinks of himself

"You can scarcely realize how comforting the thought of our mutual understanding is to me, for one who is alone with his thoughts is accounted a fool, and often he is such to himself; but two is the beginning of ‘wisdom,’ confidence, valor, and mental health"

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