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The idea of a philosopher being an utterly aloof person, coldly indifferent and quite unapproachable, a man who restricts his human feelings to the degree that hardly any are left, is applicable only to those who follow narrow, rigid, and incomplete systems.

-- Notebooks Category 6: Emotions and Ethics > Chapter 3: Discipline Emotions > # 182

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