Martin Heidegger Quote

We think of beauty as being most worthy of reverence. But what is most worthy of reverence lights up only where the magnificent strength to revere is alive. To revere is not a thing for the petty and lowly, the incapacitated and underdeveloped. It is a matter of tremendous passion; only what flows from such passion is in the grand style.


p. 125 - Nietzsche (1961)

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We think of beauty as being most worthy of reverence. But what is most worthy of reverence lights up only where the magnificent strength to revere is ...

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We think of beauty as being most worthy of reverence. But what is most worthy of reverence lights up only where the magnificent strength to revere is ...

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We think of beauty as being most worthy of reverence. But what is most worthy of reverence lights up only where the magnificent strength to revere is ...

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We think of beauty as being most worthy of reverence. But what is most worthy of reverence lights up only where the magnificent strength to revere is ...