Friedrich Nietzsche Quote

The rights a man arrogates to himself are related to the duties he imposes on himself, to the tasks to which he feels equal. The great majority of men have no right to existence, but are a misfortune to higher men.


Sec. 872 (Notebook W I 1. Spring 1884, KGW VII, 2.97-8, KSA 11.101-2). - The Will to Power (1888)

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The rights a man arrogates to himself are related to the duties he imposes on himself, to the tasks to which he feels equal. The great majority of...

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The rights a man arrogates to himself are related to the duties he imposes on himself, to the tasks to which he feels equal. The great majority of...

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The rights a man arrogates to himself are related to the duties he imposes on himself, to the tasks to which he feels equal. The great majority of...

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The rights a man arrogates to himself are related to the duties he imposes on himself, to the tasks to which he feels equal. The great majority of...