Alexander Nehamas Quote

Irony, which in Socrates' case consists of saying too little, functions for him just as hyperbole, which is saying too much, functions for Nietzsche.


p. 26. - Nietzsche: Life as Literature (1985)

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Irony, which in Socrates' case consists of saying too little, functions for him just as hyperbole, which is saying too much, functions for Nietzsche.

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Irony, which in Socrates' case consists of saying too little, functions for him just as hyperbole, which is saying too much, functions for Nietzsche.

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Irony, which in Socrates' case consists of saying too little, functions for him just as hyperbole, which is saying too much, functions for Nietzsche.

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Irony, which in Socrates' case consists of saying too little, functions for him just as hyperbole, which is saying too much, functions for Nietzsche.