Friedrich Nietzsche Quote

Science rushes headlong, without selectivity, without taste, at whatever is knowable, in the blind desire to know all at any cost. Philosophical thinking, on the other hand, is ever on the scent of those things which are most worth knowing, the great and the important insights.


p. 43. - Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks (posthumous)

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Science rushes headlong, without selectivity, without taste, at whatever is knowable, in the blind desire to know all at any cost. Philosophical...

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Science rushes headlong, without selectivity, without taste, at whatever is knowable, in the blind desire to know all at any cost. Philosophical...

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Science rushes headlong, without selectivity, without taste, at whatever is knowable, in the blind desire to know all at any cost. Philosophical...

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Science rushes headlong, without selectivity, without taste, at whatever is knowable, in the blind desire to know all at any cost. Philosophical...