Subtle Yet Profound Distinctions

Rather than reading a book in order to criticize it, I would rather criticize it because I have read it, thus paying attention to the subtle yet profound distinction Schopenhauer made between those who think in order to write and those who write because they have thought.

Miguel de Unamuno, Ensayos, vol. 2, p. 1013

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