Every good man progressively becomes God. To become God, to be man, and to educate oneself, are expressions that are synonymous.
Versatility of education can be found in our best poetry, but the depth of mankind should be found in the philosopher.
Religion is absolutely unfathomable. Always and everywhere one can dig more deeply into infinities.
Nothing truly convincing - which would possess thoroughness, vigor, and skill - has been written against the ancients as yet; especially not against their poetry.
All the classical genres are now ridiculous in their rigorous purity.
The poetry of this one is called philosophical, of that one philological, of a third rhetorical, and so on. Which is then the poetic poetry?