Friedrich Nietzsche Quotes Quotations :  JUDGING AND CONDEMNING

The practice of judging and condemning morally, is the favourite revenge of the intellectually shallow on those who are less so, it is also a kind of indemnity for their being badly endowed by nature, and finally, it is an opportunity for acquiring spirit and becoming subtle - malice spiritualises.

Beyond Good and Evil, Chapter 7, Our Virtues, Friedrich Nietzsche    Go to Quote

Neither a natural justice nor a natural injustice exists.

Human, All-Too-Human : The Wanderer and His Shadow, 31. VANITY AS AN ANTI SOCIAL AFTERGROWTH, Friedrich Nietzsche    Go to Quote

How difficult it is to live when one feels that the judgment of many millenniums is around one and against one.

The Gay Science : Fourth Book, 296. A Fixed Reputation, Friedrich Nietzsche    Go to Quote

But why do you listen to the voice of your conscience? What gives you the right to think that such judgements are true and infallible? For this faith - is there not a further conscience for that? Do you know nothing of an intellectual conscience - a conscience behind your "conscience"?

The Gay Science : Fourth Book, 335. Long Live Physics!, Friedrich Nietzsche    Go to Quote

If God had wanted to become an object of love, he would first of all have had to forgo judging and justice : a judge, and even a gracious judge, is no object of love.

The Gay Science : Third Book, 140. Too Jewish, Friedrich Nietzsche    Go to Quote

He who bears injustice alone is terrible to behold.

Thus Spoke Zarathustra, The Adder's Bite, Friedrich Nietzsche    Go to Quote

For thus speaks justice to me: "Men are not equal”.

Thus Spoke Zarathustra, The Tarantulas, Friedrich Nietzsche    Go to Quote


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