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#1. During my stay in London I resided for a considerable time in Clapham Road in the neighbourhood of Clapham Common... One fine summer evening I was returning by the last bus 'outside' as usual, through the deserted streets of the city, which are at other times so full of life. I fell into a reverie (Träumerei), and 10, the atoms were gambolling before my eyes! Whenever, hitherto, these diminutive beings had appeared to me, they had always been in motion: but up to that time I had never been able to discern the nature of their motion. Now, however, I saw how, frequently, two smaller atoms united to form a pair: how the larger one embraced the two smaller ones: how still larger ones kept hold of three or even four of the smaller: whilst the whole kept whirling in a giddy dance. I saw how the larger ones formed a chain, dragging the smaller ones after them but only at the ends of the chain. I saw what our past master, Kopp, my highly honoured teacher and friend has depicted with such charm in his Molekular-Welt: but I saw it long before him. The cry of the conductor 'Clapham Road', awakened me from my dreaming: but I spent part of the night in putting on paper at least sketches of these dream forms. This was the origin of the 'Structural Theory'. - Author: August Kekule
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by August Kekule
#2. Franz Klammer was my great idol in my younger years. - Author: Hermann Maier
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Maier
#3. He waited, listening with deep enjoyment, for the end of the sonata. In the still, twilit corridor it sounded so lonely and unworldly, and so brave and innocent also, both childlike and superior, as all good music must in the midst of the unredeemed muteness of the world. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#4. Narziss was dark and thin of face, and Goldmund open and radiant as a flower. Narziss was a thinker and anatomiser, Goldmund a dreamer and a child. Yet things common to both could bridge these differences. Both were knightly and delicate; both set apart by visible signs from their fellows, since both had received the particular admonishment of fate. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#5. The greatest reward lies in making the discovery; recognition can add little or nothing to that. - Author: Franz Ernst Neumann
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Ernst Neumann
#6. The two Samanas recognized him simply by the perfection of his peace, by the stillness of his being in which there was no seeking, no desire, no imitation, no attempts at being seen
only light and peace. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#7. A man may welcome his beloved with circumstance, but a woman's love and her concern for his well-being are discreet. - Author: Franz Grillparzer
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Grillparzer
#8. Into being a priest, into this arrogance, into this spirituality, his self had retreated, there it sat firmly and grew, while he thought he would kill it by fasting and penance. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#9. There are numerous ways in which God can make us lonely and lead us back to ourselves. This is the way He dealt with me at the time. It was like a bad dream. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#10. She looked like, if you bit her, milk and honey would flow from her. - Author: Franz Kline
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Kline
#11. Metaphysics must be based on what exists, for it has the task of explicating it. - Author: Franz Grillparzer
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Grillparzer
#12. To say that a man is made up of certain chemical elements is a satisfactory description only for those who intend to use him as a fertilizer. - Author: Hermann Joseph Muller
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Joseph Muller
#13. Yeah, I think that Raven woman must not have been too pleased when I tasered her,' Penny replied with a lopsided grin.

'You are tasering Raven!' Franz said slightly too loudly as he sat down on the sofa. 'This is not being a clever thing to do.'

'That's one way of putting it,' Nigel said as he sat down next to Franz. 'Glad to see that you still have all your limbs at least.'

'I doubt that Raven would have resorted to dismemberment except under circumstances of extreme provocation,' Wing said with a slight frown.

'I was jok - Never mind,' Nigel said, rolling his eyes. - Author: Mark Walden
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Mark Walden
#14. It's possible to train great people, but a person with great training who doesn't have certain characteristics is only going to go so far. - Author: Wendy Kopp
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Wendy Kopp
#15. The teachers are trying to build the same culture in the classroom as we're building in the organization. - Author: Wendy Kopp
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Wendy Kopp
#16. Natures of your kind, with strong, delicate senses, the soul-oriented, the dreamers, poets, lovers are always superior to us creatures of the mind. You take your being from your mothers. You live fully; you were endowed with the strength of love, the ability to feel. Whereas we creatures of reason, we don't live fully; we live in an arid land, even though we often seem to guide and rule you. Yours is the plentitude of life, the sap of the fruit, the garden of passion, the beautiful landscape of art. Your home is the earth; ours is the world of ideas. You are in danger of drowning in the world of the senses; ours is the danger of suffocating in an airless void. You are an artist; I am a thinker. You sleep at your mother's breast; I wake in the desert. For me the sun shines; for you the moon and the stars. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#17. At the end of that class Demian said to me thoughtfully: "There's something I don't like about this story, Sinclair. Why don't you read it once more and give it the acid test? There's something about it that doesn't taste right. I mean the business with the two thieves. The three crosses standing next to each other on the hill are almost impressive, to be sure. But now comes this sentimental little treatise about the good thief. At first he was a thorough scoundrel, had committed all those awful things and God knows what else, and now he dissolves in tears and celebrates such a tearful feast of self-improvement and remorse! What's the sense of repenting if you're two steps from the grave? I ask you. Once again, it's nothing but a priest's fairy tale, saccharine and dishonest, touched up with sentimentality and given a high edifying background. If you had to pick a friend from between the two thieves or decide which one you'd rather trust, you most certainly wouldn't choose the sniveling convert. No, the other fellow, he's a man of character. He doesn't give a hoot for 'conversion', which to a man in his position can't be anything but a pretty speech. He follows his destiny to it's appointed end and does not turn coward and forswear the devil, who has aided and abetted him until then. He has character, and people with character tend to receive the short end of the stick in biblical stories. Perhaps he's even a descendant of Cain. Don't you agree?"

I was dismayed. Un - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#18. Love must not entreat,' she added, 'or demand. Love must have the strength to become certain within itself. Then it ceases merely to be attracted and begins to attract. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#19. Incidentally, the same logic that would force one to accept the idea of the production of security by private business as economically the best solution to the problem of consumer satisfaction also forces one, so far as moral-ideological positions are concerned, to abandon the political theory of classical liberalism and take the small but nevertheless decisive step (from there) to the theory of libertarianism, or private property anarchism. Classical liberalism, with Ludwig von Mises as its foremost representative in the twentieth century, advocates a social system based on the nonaggression principle. And this is also what libertarianism advocates. But classical liberalism then wants to have this principle enforced by a monopolistic agency (the government, the state) - an organization, that is, which is not exclusively dependent on voluntary, contractual support by the consumers of its respective services, but instead has the right to unilaterally determine its own income, i.e., the taxes to be imposed on consumers in order to do its job in the area of security production. Now, however plausible this might sound, it should be clear that it is inconsistent. Either the principle of nonaggression is valid, in which case the state as a privileged monopolist is immoral, or business built on and around aggression - the use of force and of noncontractual means of acquiring resources - is valid, in which case one must toss out the first theory. It is impossible to sustain both cont - Author: Hans-Hermann Hoppe
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#20. As far as the arts and the sciences are concerned, the German mind appreciates most highly that which it does not understand of the latter, and that which it does not enjoy of the former. - Author: Franz Grillparzer
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Grillparzer
#21. Whatever he may seem to us, he is yet a servant of the Law; that is, he belongs to the Law and as such is set beyond human judgment. - Author: Franz Kafka
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#22. You see, in the image of Aquarius, it's a man who pours water into the fish. Now the fish is the unconscious. It is not enough just to have it. We have to actively turn towards it and support it so that it then helps us. - Author: Marie-Louise Von Franz
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Marie-Louise Von Franz
#23. It is the emotions to which one objects in Germany most of all. - Author: Franz Grillparzer
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Grillparzer
#24. The coach's main job is 20 percent technical and 80 percent inspirational. - Author: Franz Stampfl
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Stampfl
#25. I think the combination of action and the combination of comedy are two really, really good genres to meld together. - Author: Neal H. Moritz
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Neal H. Moritz
#26. Merchant: 'So you have lived on the possessions of others?'
Saddhartha: 'Apparently. The merchant also lives on the possession of others.'
Merchant: 'Well spoken ... - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#27. The whole of world history often seems to me nothing more than a picture book which portrays humanity's most powerful and a senseless desire - the desire to forget. Does not each generation, by means of suppression, concealment, and ridicule, efface what the previous generation considered most important? - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#28. All children, as long as they still live in the mystery, are continuously occupied in their souls with the only thing that is important, which is themselves and their enigmatic relationship with the world around them. Seekers and wise people return to these preoccupations as they mature. Most people, however, forget and leave forever this inner world of the truly significant very early in their lives. Like lost souls they wander about for their entire lives in the multicolored maze of worries, wishes, and goals, none of which dwells in their innermost being and none of which leads them to their innermost core and home. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#29. Ask her who means freedom, whose name is love. Do not inquire of your intellect, do not search backwards through world history. Your soul will not blame you for having cared too little about politics, for having exerted yourself too little, hated your enemies too little, or too little fortified your frontiers. But she will perhaps blame you for so often having feared and fled from her demands, for never having had time to give her, your youngest and fairest child, no time to play with her, no time to listen to her song, for often having sold her for money, betrayed her for advancement ... You will be neurotic and a foe to life
so says your soul
if you neglect me, and you will be destroyed if you do not turn to me with a wholly new love and concern. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#30. No matter how thoroughly a person may have learned the Greek alphabet, he will never be in a condition to repeat it backwards without further training. - Author: Hermann Ebbinghaus
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#31. No,' said the priest, 'we must not accept everything is true, we must only accept it is necessary.'
'A dismal thought,' said K., 'it makes untruth into a universal principle. - Author: Franz Kafka
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Kafka
#32. I have seen many innocent people suffer and
die, and many a wicked man swim in prosperity. Have you
completely forgotten and abandoned us, are you completely
disgusted with your creation, do you want us all to perish? - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#33. Today one may pluck out one's very heart and not find it. - Author: Franz Kafka
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Kafka
#34. You spend too much time on ephemeras. The majority of modern books are merely wavering reflections of the present. They disappear very quickly. You should read more old books. The classics. Goethe. What is merely new is the most transitory of all things. It is beautiful today, and tomorrow merely ludicrous. - Author: Franz Kafka
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Kafka
#35. It is often safer to be in chains than to be free. - Author: Franz Kafka
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Kafka
#36. Nervous states of the worst sort control me without pause. Everything that is not literature bores me and I hate it. I lack all aptitude for family life except, at best, as an observer. I have no family feeling and visitors make me almost feel as though I were maliciously being attacked. - Author: Franz Kafka
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Franz Kafka
#37. Nothing was, nothing will be, everything has reality and presence. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Hermann Franz Moritz Kopp quotes by Hermann Hesse
#38. I needed lust, the desire for possessions, vanity, and needed the most shameful despair, in order to learn how to give up all resistance, in order to learn how to love the world, in order to stop comparing it to some world I wished, I imagined, some kind of perfection I had made up, but to leave it as it is and to love it and to enjoy being a part of it. These, Govinda, are some of the thoughts which have come into my mind. - Author: Hermann Hesse
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#39. Without the concepts, methods and results found and developed by previous generations right down to Greek antiquity one cannot understand either the aims or achievements of mathematics in the last 50 years. [Said in 1950] - Author: Hermann Weyl
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#40. What is meant by its nature for the highest and the best, spreads among the lowly people. - Author: Franz Kafka
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