Arthur Schopenhauer quote about heart from The World as Will and Representation (1819) - We might call what lies at the foundation of this process the memory of the heart; it is much more intimate than that of the head.
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Quotes by Arthur Schopenhauer · Quotes from The World as Will and Representation · Quotes about heart · Quotes about memory · Quotes about head

We might call what lies at the foundation of this process the memory of the heart; it is much more intimate than that of the head.

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1819
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Translated by R. B. Haldane and J. Kemp
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Arthur Schopenhauer quote about heart from The World as Will and Representation (1819) - We might call what lies at the foundation of this process the memory of the heart; it is much more intimate than that of the head.
Arthur Schopenhauer quote about heart from The World as Will and Representation (1819) - We might call what lies at the foundation of this process the memory of the heart; it is much more intimate than that of the head.
Arthur Schopenhauer quote about heart from The World as Will and Representation (1819) - We might call what lies at the foundation of this process the memory of the heart; it is much more intimate than that of the head.
Arthur Schopenhauer quote about heart from The World as Will and Representation (1819) - We might call what lies at the foundation of this process the memory of the heart; it is much more intimate than that of the head.