Nietzsche’s Final Knowledge

“Only when he has attained a final knowledge of all things will man have come to know himself. For things are only the boundaries of man.”

– Nietzsche, Daybreak (translated into English by R. J. Hollingdale (2003)).

2 Responses to “Nietzsche’s Final Knowledge”

  1. Cheryl E. Fitzgerald says:

    I knew you’d love that quote. =)
    I particularly enjoy the variety of ways one can interpret it.
    But one may ask, Is it true?
    What is truth? Can a variably interpretative poetic expression reveal something true?
    Perhaps it is not the business of poetic expressions to reveal truth, but instead, to create it.

    Truth is a woman…


  2. Jelte says:

    Yes, it’s remarkable! Truth & Beauty: incommensurable?

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