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I obviously do everything to be "hard to understand" myself
The consequences of our actions take hold of us, quite indifferent to our claim that meanwhile we have 'improved.
In music the passions enjoy themselves.
The vanity of others runs counter to our taste only when it runs counter to our vanity.
One loves ultimately one's desires, not the thing desired.
A man who wills commands something within himself that renders obedience, or that he believes renders obedience.
There is no such thing as moral phenomena, but only a moral interpretation of phenomena
Almost everything we call "higher culture" is based on the spiritualization of cruelty.
With hard men intimacy is a thing of shame- and something precious.
To vigorous men intimacy is a matter of shame--and something precious.
One is punished most for one’s virtues.
Youth's longing misconceived inconsistency.Those whom I deemedChanged to my kin, the friends of whom I dreamed, Have aged and lost our old affinity:One has to change to stay akin to me.
One should part from life as Ulysses parted from Nausicaa-- blessing it rather than in love with it.
Madness is something rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, peoples, and ages, it is the rule.
One does not hate as long as one disesteems, but only when one esteems equal or superior
Whatever is done for love always occurs beyond good and evil.
When we have to change an opinion about any one, we charge heavily to his account the inconvenience he thereby causes us.
A soul that knows it is loved but does not itself love betrays its sediment: what is at bottom comes up."―Epigrams and Interludes, Section 79
The maturity of man—that means, to have reacquired the seriousness that one had as a child at play