Frases de Ernst von Feuchtersleben
Ernst von Feuchtersleben
Data de nascimento: 29. Abril 1806
Data de falecimento: 3. Setembro 1849
Outros nomes:Ernst Freiherr von Feuchtersleben
Barão Ernst Von Feuchtersleben foi um poeta, físico e filósofo austríaco.
Foi sepultado no Cemitério de São Marcos.
Citações Ernst von Feuchtersleben
„We live in stormy and unsettled times. Hence we may confer a benefit, not only on ourselves, but on others, by diverting attention from the exciting circumstances of the present day—from the disheartening eccentricities of a literature which meanders in a thousand frivolous directions—to the calm regions where the inner man, self-examined, submits himself to moral treatment. Here our connection with things, our object, our duty, become clear; and, while we quietly separate ourselves from a world which is unable to assure us of anything, we feel that the joy we thought lost again returns, and that a second innocence spreads its clear and tranquillizing light over human existence. The child may amuse himself with childish rhymes. Man should find his recreation in reflecting on his relation to the things of this life. To all has this power been vouchsafed; by all should it be exercised.“
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