Georg Simmel Quotes & Sayings (Page 3)

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Georg Simmel quotes and sayings page 3 (sociologist). These are the last 6 out of 26 quotes we have.

Georg Simmel Quotes
“In the latter case life rests upon a thousand presuppositions which the individual can never trace back to their origins, and verify; but which he must accept upon faith and belief.”
“On the one hand, life is made infinitely easy for the personality in that stimulations, interests, uses of time and consciousness are offered to it from all sides. They carry the person as if in a stream, and one needs hardly to swim for oneself.”
Georg Simmel Quotes
“The earliest phase of social formations found in historical as well as in contemporary social structures is this: a relatively small circle firmly closed against neighboring, strange, or in some way antagonistic circles.”
Georg Simmel Quotes
“For this reason, strangers are not really conceived as individuals, but as strangers of a particular type: the element of distance is no less general in regard to them than the element of nearness.”
Georg Simmel Quotes
“Secrecy is thus, so to speak, a transition stadium between being and not-being.”
“In order to accommodate to change and to the contrast of phenomena, the intellect does not require any shocks and inner upheavals; it is only through such upheavals that the more conservative mind could accommodate to the metropolitan rhythm of events.”

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