Schopenhauer

“the more a man belongs to posterity -in other words, to humanity in general- so much the more is he alien to his contemporaries; for since his work is not meant for them as such, but only in so far as they form part of mankind at large, there is none of that familiar local color about his productions which would appeal to them.”

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~ by safrang on July 18, 2008.

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