Because he does not sense, the Dionysian depth of music, he changes his musical taste into, an appreciation of the understandable, word-and-tone-rhetoric of the
Walking under lofty Ionic colonnades, looking up toward a horizon that, was cut off by pure and noble lines, finding reflections of his transfigured, shape in t
It is an eternal phenomenon: the insatiable will always find, a way to detain its creatures, in life and compel them to live on, by means of an illusion spread
The truly Dionysian music, presents itself as such a general, mirror of the universal will: the vivid event refracted in this mirror, expands at once for our co
One is chained by the Socratic love, of knowledge and the delusion, of being able thereby to heal, the eternal wound of existence; another is ensnared by art's
The history of the rise, of Greek tragedy now tells us with, luminous precision how the tragic art, of the Greeks was really born, of the spirit of music.
In spite of fear and pity, we are the happy living beings, not as individuals, but as the one living being, with whose creative joy we are united.
If we have been right in assigning, to music the power of, again giving birth to myth, we may similarly expect to find, the spirit of science on, the path where
He who recalls the immediate consequences, of this restlessly progressing spirit, of science will realize at once, that myth was annihilated by it, and that, be
To be sure, we are almost forced to construct, for ourselves by scholarly research, the superior power of the musical effect, in order to experience something,