Top 10 Praise Quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche

I listened for the echo, and I heard only praise —

Friedrich Nietzsche
An artist chooses his subjects: that is the way he praises.
Friedrich Nietzsche

What is life? A continuous praise and blame.

Friedrich Nietzsche
Enjoying praise is in some people merely a civility of the heart--and just the opposite of a vanity of the spirit.
Friedrich Nietzsche

The best way to give assistance to those who are deeply embarrassed and to calm them down is to praise them decisively.

Friedrich Nietzsche
For as long as they praise you, never forget that it is not yet your own path that you walk, but another person's.
Friedrich Nietzsche

He who is usually self-sufficient becomes exceptionally vain and keenly alive to fame and praise when he is physically ill. The more he loses himself the more he has to endeavor to regain his position by means of the opinion of others.

Friedrich Nietzsche
A reader is doubly guilty of bad manners against an author when he praises his second book at the expense of his first (or vice versa) and then expects the author to be grateful for what he has done.
Friedrich Nietzsche

Someone said: "I have been prejudiced against myself from my earliest childhood: hence I find some truth in all blame and some stupidity in all praise. I generally estimate praise too poorly and blame too highly.

Friedrich Nietzsche
The enjoyment that all morality has given us to now and that it continues to give us--and so, what has kept it going up to now--lies in everyone's right, without lengthy investigation, to praise and blame. And who could endure life without praising and blaming!