The truth is absolute and eternal, that is, it has nothing to do with life - Oswald Spengler Quotes - StatusMind.com

The truth is absolute and eternal, that is, it has nothing to do with life…

“Better a short life, full of deeds and glory, than a long life without content. Already the danger is so great, for every individual, every class, every nation, that to cherish any illusion whatever is deplorable. The march of time cannot be halted; there is no question of prudent retreat or clever renunciation. Only dreamers believe there is a way out. Optimism is cowardice. — Oswald Spengler, Der Mensch und die Technik, 1931

“Better a short life, full of deeds and glory, than a long life without content. Already the danger is so great, for every individual, every class, every nation, that to cherish any illusion whatever is deplorable. The march of time cannot be halted; there is no question of prudent retreat or clever renunciation. Only dreamers believe there is a way out. Optimism is cowardice. — Oswald Spengler, Der Mensch und die Technik, 1931

“What is truth? For the multitude, that which it continually reads and hears.” — Oswald Spengler

“What is truth? For the multitude, that which it continually reads and hears.” — Oswald Spengler

Optimism is cowardice. (Oswald Spengler) #quotes #quote #quotations #OswaldSpengler

Optimism is cowardice. (Oswald Spengler) #quotes #quote #quotations #OswaldSpengler

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“This is our purpose: to make as meaningful as possible this life that has been bestowed upon us; to live in such a way that we may be proud of ourselves; to act in such a way that some part of us lives on.

A person, sticking to facts, and a poet will never understand each other - Oswald Spengler Quotes - StatusMind.com

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“Since Napoleonic times liberalism has captured the minds of our educated classes. Pseudo-intellectuals (Nietzsche’s ‘cultural philistines’) and ivory-tower scholars, shut off from the real world by a barrier of abstract knowledge, have been its staunchest defenders.” — Oswald Spengler

“Since Napoleonic times liberalism has captured the minds of our educated classes. Pseudo-intellectuals (Nietzsche’s ‘cultural philistines’) and ivory-tower scholars, shut off from the real world by a.

"The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious" - Oswald Spengler

"The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious" - Oswald Spengler

— Oswald Spengler

— Oswald Spengler

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