Citati iz knjige „Beyond Good and Evil“ autora Friedrich Nietzsche

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He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.
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Insanity in individuals is something rare—but in groups, parties, nations, and epochs it is the rule.
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He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.
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Dreadful experiences raise the question whether he who experiences them is not something dreadful also.
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But rather in the lap of Be­ing, in the in­trans­it­ory, in the con­cealed God, in the ‘Th­ing-in-it­self’—there must be their source, and nowhere else!
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in this trans­it­ory, se­duct­ive, il­lus­ory, paltry world, in this tur­moil of de­lu­sion and cu­pid­ity, they can­not have their source.
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We in­quired about the value of this Will.
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frog per­spect­ives,” as it were, to bor­row an
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su­per­flu­ous tele­olo­gical prin­ciples!—
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He who fights with mon­sters should be care­ful lest he thereby be­come a mon­ster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.
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A man who says: “I like that, I take it for my own, and mean to guard and pro­tect it from every­one”; a man who can con­duct a case, carry out a res­ol­u­tion, re­main true to an opin­ion, keep hold of a wo­man, pun­ish and over­throw in­solence; a man who has his in­dig­na­tion and his sword, and to whom the weak, the suf­fer­ing, the op­pressed, and even the an­im­als will­ingly sub­mit and nat­ur­ally be­long; in short, a man who is a mas­ter by nature—when such a man has sym­pathy, well! that sym­pathy has value
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One finds nowadays among artists and schol­ars plenty of those who be­tray by their works that a pro­found long­ing for noble­ness im­pels them; but this very need of noble­ness is rad­ic­ally dif­fer­ent from the needs of the noble soul it­self, and is in fact the elo­quent and dan­ger­ous sign of the lack thereof
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A man who strives after great things, looks upon every­one whom he en­coun­ters on his way either as a means of ad­vance, or a delay and hindrance—or as a tem­por­ary rest­ing-place. His pe­cu­liar lofty bounty to his fel­low­men is only pos­sible when he at­tains his el­ev­a­tion and dom­in­ates.
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The noble type of man re­gards him­self as a de­term­iner of val­ues; he does not re­quire to be ap­proved of; he passes the judg­ment: “What is in­jur­i­ous to me is in­jur­i­ous in it­self;” he knows that it is he him­self only who con­fers hon­our on things; he is a cre­ator of val­ues. He hon­ours whatever he re­cog­nizes in him­self: such mor­al­ity equals self-glor­i­fic­a­tion. In the fore­ground there is the feel­ing of plen­it­ude, of power, which seeks
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as ex­cep­tions, they are rather from the first in no very fa­vour­able po­s­i­tion to­wards those who are “the rules.” After all, they have more to do than merely to per­ceive:—in ef­fect, they have to be some­thing new, they have to sig­nify some­thing new, they have to rep­res­ent new val­ues!
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by means of vir­tues of some sort, which one would like nowadays to la­bel as vices
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Europeans will prob­ably be that of nu­mer­ous, talk­at­ive, weak-willed, and very handy work­men who re­quire a mas­ter, a com­mander, as they re­quire their daily bread; while, there­fore, the demo­crat­ising of Europe will tend to the pro­duc­tion of a type pre­pared for slavery in the most subtle sense of the term: the strong man will ne­ces­sar­ily in in­di­vidual and ex­cep­tional cases, be­come stronger and richer than he has per­haps ever been be­fore—ow­ing to the un­pre­ju­diced­ness of his school­ing, ow­ing to the im­mense vari­ety of prac­tice, art, and dis­guise. I meant to say that the demo­crat­ising of Europe is at the same time an in­vol­un­tary ar­range­ment for the rear­ing of tyr­ants—tak­ing the word in all its mean­ings, even in its most spir­itual sense.
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That im­per­i­ous some­thing which is pop­ularly called “the spirit,” wishes to be mas­ter in­tern­ally and ex­tern­ally, and to feel it­self mas­ter; it has the will of a mul­ti­pli­city for a sim­pli­city, a bind­ing, tam­ing, im­per­i­ous, and es­sen­tially rul­ing will. Its re­quire­ments and ca­pa­cit­ies here, are the same as those as­signed by physiolo­gists to everything that lives, grows, and mul­ti­plies. The power of the spirit to ap­pro­pri­ate for­eign ele­ments re­veals it­self in a strong tend­ency to as­sim­il­ate the new to the old, to sim­plify the man­i­fold, to over­look or re­pu­di­ate the ab­so­lutely con­tra­dict­ory; just as it ar­bit­rar­ily re-un­der­lines, makes prom­in­ent, and fals­i­fies for it­self cer­tain traits and lines in the for­eign ele­ment
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Artists have here per­haps a finer in­tu­ition; they who know only too well that pre­cisely when they no longer do any­thing “ar­bit­rar­ily,” and everything of ne­ces­sity, their feel­ing of free­dom, of sub­tlety, of power, of cre­at­ively fix­ing, dis­pos­ing, and shap­ing, reaches its cli­max—in short, that ne­ces­sity and “free­dom of will” are then the

creativity

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“He shall be the greatest who can be the most sol­it­ary, the most con­cealed, the most di­ver­gent, the man bey­ond good and evil, the mas­ter of his vir­tues, and of su­per­abund­ance of will; pre­cisely this shall be called great­ness: as di­ver­si­fied as can be en­tire, as ample as can be full.” And to ask once more the ques­tion: Is great­ness pos­sible—nowadays?

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