Nietzsche wrote that seekers hoping to reach India might find themselves wrecked against infinity.
Next time you watch a Yeasayer video on YouTube, consider: the Internet offers us Nietzsche for the people.
Nietzsche once said he could only believe in a God who knows how to dance.
Or better, and to speak like Nietzsche, art with a hammer that practices, and then reverses and reevaluates, nihilism.
“I do not want to wage war against what is ugly,” wrote Nietzsche.
Read your Nietzsche, my good fellow, and see what he says about the practical serviceability of Excess!
Nietzsche has said that life is valuable only as the instrument of knowledge.
A philosopher, says Nietzsche, must be not only a great thinker, but a living man.
Nietzsche was a potent force in the nineteenth century, but not understood.
Nietzsche himself gave this book the highest place among his writings.