Friedrich nietzsche and those who were seen dancing book

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friedrich nietzsche and those who were seen dancing book

Those Who Dance Are Considered Insane by Those Who Can’t Hear the Music – Quote Investigator

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“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” …

Those Who Dance Are Considered Insane by Those Who Can’t Hear the Music

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A new way of seeing the world: perspectivism

Y ou may or may not be familiar with the below quotation, often attributed to Nietzsche. It bounds across the internet in meme form, usually laid over images of silhouetted people dancing at sunset With a bit of context and some deeper reading, however, the quotation points to an important and profoundly influential approach to thinking about the world — and our place within it. T he very form of quotations — the apostrophes clothing the words before that combined hammer-blow of surname and full stop — fixes our attention, arouses our curiosity. Listen up brain, our eyes signal, this statement is followed by a mysterious, virtually unpronounceable surname, and therefore taps into an esoteric realm of knowledge and meaning that we must pay attention to. Apparently Nietzsche's moustache paved the way for the modern shoe brush. Nietzsche wrestled not with obscure inaccessible esoteric realms.

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  1. Jonathan B. says:

    Friedrich Nietzsche — 'And those who were seen dancing were thought to be To see what your friends thought of this quote, please sign up! books.

  2. Eilal C. says:

    I was pondering a few topics that have been coming up recently regarding leadership, but yesterday one of the greatest leaders of our time, Steve Jobs, passed away.

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