Important Quotations Explained
Hegel understood the essence of human life to be derived from history. History, memory—that is what makes us human, that and our knowledge of death.
I really believe that brotherhood is what makes a man human.
I know that my suffering, if I may speak of it, has often been a more extended form of life, a striving for true wakefulness and an antidote to illusion.
If existence is nausea then faith is an uncertain relief.
How different he felt! Confident, even happy in his excitement, stable. The bitter cup would come round again, by and by.
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