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Friedrich Hölderlin

Quote of Friedrich Hölderlin - But where the danger is, also...


Biography - Friedrich Hölderlin:

German lyric poet.
Born: 1770 - Died: 1843
Period:
19th century
18th century
Place of birth: Germany
Germany
Source: Patmos

Quote

But where the danger is,
also grows the saving power.

Friedrich Hölderlin - Patmos




Translation  

Translation

(German, French)


German
Wo aber Gefahr ist, wächst
Das Rettende auch.”

Friedrich Hölderlin - Patmos

French
Mais là où est le danger, croît
Aussi ce qui sauve.”

Friedrich Hölderlin - Patmos




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He who has thought most deeply loves what is most alive.”
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Art is the transition from nature to education, and from education to nature.”
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What has always made the state a hell on earth has been precisely that man has tried to make it heaven.”
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He who steps upon his misery stands higher.”
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