By Arthur De Gobineau, Mark Guy Valerius Tyson
Written 1853–1855. Translated by way of Adrian Collins, M.A. advent through Dr. Oscar Levy, Editor of the accredited English model of Nietzsche's works. Digitized through the net Archive in 2011 with investment from collage of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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They had been lucky on one day, the next would have seen or they might have been merged their luck recoil on their "heads in the Italian race by victory, as they were by defeat. In any battle of If ; case the final result would have been exactly the same. destiny of civilizations is not a matter of chance ; The does not it depend on the toss of a coin. It is only men who are killed by and when the most redoubtable, warlike, and successthe sword ful nations have nothing but valour in their hearts, military science in their heads, and the laurels of victory in their hands, without any thought that rises above mere conquest, they always end merely by learning, and learning badly, from those they have conquered, how to live in time of peace.
This opinion has a grain of truth, but if you will, is that Aspasia, at the end of her Laelius, in the company of his friends, at the sacred beliefs of their country largely false. ; suppers, and little made a virtue of no one Say, mocking will contradict But they would not have been allowed to vent their ideas and yet they lived at the two most brilliant periods The imprudent conduct of his of Greek and Roman history. we remember mistress all but cost Pericles himself very dear the tears he shed in open court, tears which would not of them- you.
Man, like Lycurgus, he will prescribe nothing that the Dorian If he is a mere doctrinaire, like of Sparta could not accept.