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" ... and thus altogether unequal. Every concept arises from the equation of unequal things. Just as it is certain that one leaf is never totally the same as another, so it is certain that the concept "leaf" is formed by arbitrarily discarding these individual... "
A Escuta e o Silêncio. Lições do diálogo na filosofia Clínica - Page 163
by Will Goya - 2016 - 445 pages
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Nietzsche on Truth and Philosophy

Maudemarie Clark - Philosophy - 1990 - 298 pages
...more or less similar cases" - always arises from "the equation of unequal things" (TL 83, WL 880). "Just as it is certain that one leaf is never totally...arbitrarily discarding these individual differences and forgetting the distinguishing aspects." Literal statements thus have the same structure as metaphors:...
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Nietzsche: The world as will to power

Daniel W. Conway, Peter S. Groff - Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm - 1998 - 420 pages
...more or less similar cases' - always arises from 'the equation of unequal things' (TL 83, WL 880). 'Just as it is certain that one leaf is never totally...arbitrarily discarding these individual differences and forgetting the distinguishing aspects.' Literal statements thus have the same structure as metaphors:...
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