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29+ quotes from Ecce Homo by Friedrich Nietzsche

Quotes from Ecce Homo

Friedrich Nietzsche ·  144 pages

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“I know my fate. One day my name will be associated with the memory of something tremendous — a crisis without equal on earth, the most profound collision of conscience, a decision that was conjured up against everything that had been believed, demanded, hallowed so far. I am no man, I am dynamite.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“إن العالم ينفق كليّة طاقاته في مقولات الـ (نعم)و (لا) ضمن نقد ما فكر فيه غيره؛ أما هو فإنه لم يعد يفكر”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“I am no man, I am dynamite.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“وأنا لا أعرف قراءة مثيرة للوجع بالقدر الذي تثيره قراءة شكسبير: كم من الآلام ينبغي على المرء أن يكون قد تحمل كي ما يغدو في حاجة إلى أن يجعل نفسه سخيفاً إلى هذا الحد!-هل نفهم هملت؟ لا ليس الشك، بل اليقين هو الذي يقود إلى الجنون..”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“How much truth does a spirit endure, how much truth does it dare?”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“One has to know the size of one's stomach.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“التكفير عن الماضي وتحويل كل شيء (كان) إلى (ما أود أن أحوزه) هذا وحده ما أسميه التفكير”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“من بر تقدير خود واقفم: روزى نام من قرين خاطره ى امرى عظيم خواهد شد، خاطره ى بحرانى كه زمين مانندش را به خود نديده، ژرف ترين تصادم وجدان، اراده اى كه ظاهر شد تا بر هر آن چه تاكنون به باور درآمده، مطلوب انگاشته شده، و تقديس گشته بشورد.

من انسان نيستم، من ديناميتم!”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“Water is sufficient...the spirit moves over water.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“I am a disciple of the philosopher Dionysus, and I would prefer to be even a satyr than a saint.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“عبارة "العقل الحر" لا يمكن أن تفهم هنا إلا بهذا المعنى: إنه عقل محرر قد استعاد تملكه بذاته”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“Resentment, born of weakness, harms no one more than the weak person himself.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“Another thing is war. I am naturally warlike. Attacking is one of my instincts. Being able to be an enemy, being an enemy — these require a strong nature, perhaps; in any case every strong nature presupposes them. It needs resistances, so it seeks
resistance: aggressive pathos is just as integrally necessary to strength as the feeling of revenge and reaction is to weakness. Woman, forinstance, is vengeful: that is a condition of her weakness, as is her sensitivity to other people’s afflictions. — The strength of anattacker can in a way be gauged by the opposition he requires; allgrowth makes itself manifest by searching out a more powerful opponent — or problem: for a philosopher who is warlike challenges problems to duels, too. The task is not to master all resistances, but only those against which one has to pit one’s entire strength, suppleness, and mastery-at-arms — opponents who are equal...”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“إن الألمان مثل النساء، لا نستطيع أن نتخيل أعماقهم فليست لهم أعماق. وهذا ينهي المسألة”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“إذ الإنسان يفضل أن يريد اللاشيء على لأن لا يريد شيئاً”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“وكي ما أعتقد بأن الخمر يبعث الانشراح فلا بد لي أن أكون مسيحياً؛ أعني بذلك أن أكون مؤمناً، وهو أمر يعد بالنسبة لي أنا بالذات عبثاً”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“Every acquisition, every step forward in knowledge is the result of courage, of severity toward oneself, of cleanliness with respect to oneself.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“Ultimately no one can hear in things―books included―more than he already knows. If you have no access to something from experience, you will have no ear for it.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“I would prefer to be a satyr rather than a saint.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“Pain is not seen as an objection to life: 'If you have no happiness left to give me, well then! you still have your pain...”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“إن المساواة مع العدو هى الشرط الأول لنزال شريف, وحيثما يوجد مجال للإحتقار لا يمكن للمرء أن يخوض حربا”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“إنسانيّتى هى تجاوز متواصل للذات, إلا إننى بحاجة للعزلة”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“It is not doubt but certainty that drives you mad...”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“إن إنسانيّتى لا تتمثل فى التعاطف مع الإنسان فى وجوده، بل فى أن أتحمل الشعور به إلى جانبى”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“I attack only things that are triumphant — if necessary, I wait until they become triumphant.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“To get up in the morning, in the fullness of youth, and open a book--now that’s what I call vicious!”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“ابتداءً من تلك اللحظة ستغدو كتاباتي كلها صنارات صيد - لعل لي خبرة في الصيد أكثر من أي كان؟.. وإذا ما لم يكن هنالك من صيد قد حصل، فذلك ليس ذنبي. السمك هو الذي لا يوجد..”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“فى حالة المرض يغدو الإنسان عاجزا عن التخلّص من أى شئ, عاجزا عن الحسم فى أى شئ, وعاجزا عن رد اى شئ, كل شئ يغدو جارحا؟”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


“إنني تلميذ للفيلسوف ديونيوزس اليوناني وسوف أكون في التو(ساطيرا) أو إلهاً للغابات، وإنني أفضل هذا على أن أكون قديساً”
― Friedrich Nietzsche, quote from Ecce Homo


About the author

Friedrich Nietzsche
Born place: in Röcken bei Lützen, Prussian Province of Saxony, Germany
Born date October 15, 1844
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