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Friedrich Nietzsche

The Dawn of Day

The Dawn of Day or Daybreak is an 1881 book by the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. The Nietzsche scholar Keith Ansell-Pearson writes that Dawn is the least studied of all of Nietzsche's works.
362 printed pages
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  • Shaolinahas quoted5 years ago
    The most moral man is he who makes the greatest sacrifices to morality; but what are the greatest sacrifices?
  • josuedr11has quoted6 years ago
    Where there is no tradition there is no morality; and the less life is governed by tradition, the narrower the circle of morality.
  • josuedr11has quoted6 years ago
    The free man is immoral, because it is his will to depend upon himself and not upon tradition: in all the primitive states of humanity “evil” is equivalent to “individual,” “free,” “arbitrary,” “unaccustomed,” “unforeseen,” “incalculable.”

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