There are no facts, only interpretations - Friedrich Nietzsche
I have never done a biography on this guy, but this statement amuses me. This quote is starkingly true and I wonder what made Nietzsche to think about it.
There was a time I was pondering how to make sense of it, and I took the analogy of a rock:
A rock is for fact, not a rock. We really don't know what "it" is...however we
still have to call it something. And hence we stuck to the name "rock".
I am suggesting we could have called a rock anything we wanted to, but it still wouldn't be that for fact. ;)