Friedrich Nietzsche Quote

These people who have fled inward for their freedom also have to live outwardly, become visible, let themselves be seen; they are united with mankind through countless ties of blood, residence, education, fatherland, chance, the importunity of others; they are likewise presupposed to harbour countless opinions simply because these are the ruling opinions of the time; every gesture which is not clearly a denial counts as agreement.


trans. Hollingdale, Schopenhauer as educator, § 3.3, p. 139 - Untimely Meditations (1876)

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These people who have fled inward for their freedom also have to live outwardly, become visible, let themselves be seen; they are united with mankind ...

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These people who have fled inward for their freedom also have to live outwardly, become visible, let themselves be seen; they are united with mankind ...

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These people who have fled inward for their freedom also have to live outwardly, become visible, let themselves be seen; they are united with mankind ...

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These people who have fled inward for their freedom also have to live outwardly, become visible, let themselves be seen; they are united with mankind ...