Arthur Schopenhauer Quote

A book can never be anything more than the impression of its author's thoughts. The value of these thoughts lies either in the matter about which he has thought, or in the form in which he develops his matter — that is to say, what he has thought about it.


Essays - On Authorship and Style

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A book can never be anything more than the impression of its author's thoughts. The value of these thoughts lies either in the matter about which he...

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A book can never be anything more than the impression of its author's thoughts. The value of these thoughts lies either in the matter about which he...

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A book can never be anything more than the impression of its author's thoughts. The value of these thoughts lies either in the matter about which he...

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A book can never be anything more than the impression of its author's thoughts. The value of these thoughts lies either in the matter about which he...