David L. Norton Quote

Loyalty to life, according to Nietzsche, begins in the resolve to seek life's principle with itself and not in something outside it—not, for example, in a God or supernature that, by being conceived as all that life is not—infinite, eternal, changeless, perfect goodness, perfect plenitude—stands as antithetical to life.


p. 80 - Personal Destinies: A Philosophy of Ethical Individualism (1976)

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