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Archive for March 6th, 2015

Genius consists in this, that the knowing faculty has received a considerably greater development than the service of the will demands.
   —  Arthur Schopenhauer
In other words, the genius is able to subjugate his will, or desires, in order to view the world objectively.  To the ordinary man, the world is temporary and specific; to the genius, it is eternal, universal, and profound.
[This comment appears in my journal as unattributed.  It may have been my own, and I believe it is, but I am not sure.  —  KMAB]
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