There is no pre-established harmony between the furtherance of truth and the well-being of mankind.

-Friedrich Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche

There is no more dangerous error than that of mistaking the consequence for the cause.

Friedrich Nietzsche
A man unconsciously imagines that where he is strong, where he feels most thoroughly alive, the element of his freedom must lie.
Friedrich Nietzsche

People to whom their daily life appears too empty and monotonous easily grow religious; this is comprehensible and excusable, only they have no right to demand religious sentiments from those whose daily life is not empty and monotonous.

Friedrich Nietzsche
All parties attempt to represent important things that have developed outside themselves as unimportant, and where they fail in this they assail those things all the more bitterly the more admirable they are.
Friedrich Nietzsche

Science offends the modesty of all real women. It makes them feel as though it were an attempt to peek under their skin--or, worseyet, under their dress and ornamentation!

Friedrich Nietzsche
Knapsack of the Metaphysicians.- Those who boast so mightily of the scientificality of their metaphysics should receive no answer; it is enough to pluck at the bundle which, with a certain degree of embarrassment, they keep concealed behind their back; if one succeeds in opening it, the products of that scientificality come to light, attended by their blushes: a dear little Lord God, a nice little immortality, perhaps a certain quantity of spiritualism, and in any event a whole tangled heap of 'wretched poor sinner' and Pharisee arrogance.
Friedrich Nietzsche

He who is dissatisfied with himself is continually ready for revenge and we others will be his victims, if only in having always to endure his ugly sight. For the sight of the ugly makes one bad and gloomy.

Friedrich Nietzsche
Inexperienced girls flatter themselves with the notion that it is in their power to make a man happy.
Friedrich Nietzsche

In morality, man treats himself not as individuum but as dividuum.

Friedrich Nietzsche
Danger alone acquaints us with our own resources, our virtues, our armor and weapons, our spirit, and forces us to be strong.