Friedrich Nietzsche Quote

It may be that until now there has been no more potent means for beautifying man himself than piety: it can turn man into so much art, surface, play of colors, graciousness that his sight no longer makes one suffer.—


Basic Writings of Nietzsche (ed. Random House LLC, 2000) - ISBN: 9780679783398

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It may be that until now there has been no more potent means for beautifying man himself than piety: it can turn man into so much art, surface, play...

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It may be that until now there has been no more potent means for beautifying man himself than piety: it can turn man into so much art, surface, play...

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It may be that until now there has been no more potent means for beautifying man himself than piety: it can turn man into so much art, surface, play...

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It may be that until now there has been no more potent means for beautifying man himself than piety: it can turn man into so much art, surface, play...