Thoughts of an Anti-Philosopher
- Everything repeating exactly an infinite number of times cannot be distinguished from everything happening only once, since every repetition would be the same.
- There are no isolated perspectives. Every perspective is fundamentally implicative of other perspectives.
- It is humanity that introduces evil into the world, concealing the innocence of becoming.
- Being is only a word.
- Logic can neither be proved nor disproved by logic.
- Simplicity is not simple.
- Time is a circle.
- What we call the "masculine" is demonstrated only by prowess.
- We are enamored from birth.
- The obtaining of a goal is often less satisfying than the seeking of it.
- Language creates a world of its own.
- A consumerist society is necessarily dominated by hedonistic values.
- Authenticity cannot be manufactured.
- What is sufficient is seldom enough.
- As the semblance of themselves, essence and nothing are the same -- the only difference is the line that we draw between them.
- He who avoids fighting with monsters might take care lest he thereby become an ass.
- If a woman does not already admire a man, the more he tries to impress her, the smaller he will appear in her eyes.
- Weakness may be woman's best strength.
- No one is more corruptible than an innocent.
- Belief without doubt is asinine.
- Reality confronts us; the world surrounds us.
- Most never examine their own thoughts.
- The more convinced, the more questionable.
- Beware, all my sayings are laughable.
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