Friedrich Nietzsche Quote

Whoever is completely and wholly an artist is to all eternity separated from the "real," the actual; on the other hand, one can understand how he may sometimes weary to the point of desperation of the eternal "unreality" and falsity of his innermost existence- and that then he may well attempt what ia most forbidden him, to lay hold of actuality, for once actually to be.


Third Essay, Section 4 - On the Genealogy of Morality (1887)

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Whoever is completely and wholly an artist is to all eternity separated from the real, the actual; on the other hand, one can understand how he may...

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Whoever is completely and wholly an artist is to all eternity separated from the real, the actual; on the other hand, one can understand how he may...

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Whoever is completely and wholly an artist is to all eternity separated from the real, the actual; on the other hand, one can understand how he may...

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Whoever is completely and wholly an artist is to all eternity separated from the real, the actual; on the other hand, one can understand how he may...