By Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm; Peery, Rebekah S.; Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm
Prof. Peery's first books emphasised Nietzsche's issues and contributions as a cultural critic and cultural historian; this time, she concentrates on his significant legacy as a thinker. Taking a young scalpel to his works, from Ecce Homo and hence Spake Zarathustra to past reliable and Evil and others, she will get within to the center of his writing and creates an highbrow discussion regarding everybody from Dionysus and Democritus to Jacob Burckhardt and GWF Hegel. "By dialectical process," she notes, "Nietzsche reasserts Heraclitus' perspectives of the consistent rigidity, or method, regularly taking place among opposites, interacting parts, or forces." She additionally brings within the contributions of R. J. Hollingdale and different Nietzsche analysts to give a number insights into those nuanced writings whose program to present truth turns out maybe extra apt than ever. in the course of his lifetime (1844-1900), the effect of Nietzsche's considering used to be dimly perceived, if in any respect, through such a lot of his contemporaries or readers. Into and through the 20 th century, notwithstanding, the unforeseen, the risks, yet usually the probabilities, of his principles started to be famous, explored, and followed - and resisted. there have been interesting inventive achievements a long way past Nietzsche's philosophy. those principles endured to speedily demonstrate their more and more extraordinary and untapped assets. good into the twenty first century appreciating, reading, and comparing Nietzsche's pondering seem to be emerging - nonetheless, or back. And he repays generously each attempt, each funding
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The “uncanny dual character” of all living things in nature — female and male. Nietzsche has little doubt that every individual, first and foremost, becomes aware of, interested in, concerned with, one’s own experiences. ” Who he was — this male child of this father and this mother. ” One, the father, saying No to life, the other, the mother, saying Yes. ” No to enmity, Yes to requiting harm with benefit. A huge No to ressentiment, Yes to becoming warlike in regard to ideas, to causes, with words.
We all fear truth. . (EH,58,59) To suggest that Nietzsche loved language, words, the beauty and power of words — including, and especially the words of the poet — is hardly necessary. ” Sections Five, Six, and Seven in the chapter “Why I Am So Clever,” are Nietzsche’s celebrating his gratitude for music as a major recreation in his life and world. A few selected passages may convey the sense and significance of the presence of music for him. Here from Section Five: Here where I am speaking of the recreations of my life, I need to say a word to express my gratitude for that which of all things in it has refreshed me by far the most profoundly and 35 Nietzsche for the 21st Century cordially.
My humanity is a continual self-overcoming. — But I have need of solitude, that is to say recovery, return to myself, the breath of a free light playful air. . My entire Zarathustra is a dithyramb on solitude or, if I have been understood, on cleanli- 26 Part Two ness . . Disgust at mankind, at the ‘rabble’, has always been my greatest danger. . (EH,48,49) We have learned before that Nietzsche possesses “a perfectly uncanny sensitivity” for the “innermost parts” of his own psyche, and it becomes very easy to believe that his sensitivity extended similarly to others.