Author's paradoxes. – The so-called paradoxes of an author to which a reader takes exception very often stand not at all in the author's book but in the reader's head. |
— Friedrich Nietzsche, Human, All Too Human, 185 (R. J. Hollingdale, trans.)
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(Please note: Epigraphs are collected in their own section of my Curio Cabinet.)