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The Complete Dabbler

If one becomes a master in one thing, one has generally remained, precisely thereby, a complete dabbler in most other things; but one forms the very reverse opinion, as was already experienced by Socrates. This is the annoyance which makes association with masters disagreeable.

–Nietzsche, Human, All-Too-Human

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