„Nietzsche’s break with Schopenhauer rests on precisely this point; it is a matter of knowing whether the will is unitary or multiple.“

—  Gilles Deleuze, libro Nietzsche and Philosophy

Fuente: Nietzsche and Philosophy (1962), p. 7

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