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Nietzsche spent much time analyzing emotional states such as resentment, guilt, bad conscience, and self-contempt.
He also had less savoury admirers, thanks in part to the efforts of his sister, Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche, whom the sane Nietzsche came to dislike, especially when she married an anti-Semite.
Will this argument rescue the N-Realist Nietzsche?
For Nietzsche, in the full passage, continues as follows:
Nietzsche grew up in the village of Röcken, outside Leipzig.
But who are these “higher men” and why does Nietzsche assign value to them?
Danto’s, Nietzsche as Philosopher (1965), paved the way for a more open-minded discussion.
In connection with Nietzsche, Kathia Hanza (Peru) (2011) has explored different sides of skepticism.
Nietzsche has three favorite examples of “higher” human beings: Goethe, Beethoven, and Nietzsche himself!
Wilamowitz-Möllendorff came from an aristocratic family of distant Polish descent and knew Nietzsche as a student at Schulpforta.
Declining to develop her relationship with Nietzsche on a romantic level, Nietzsche’s friendship with her and Paul Rée took a turn for the worse, for Salomé and Rée left Nietzsche and moved to Berlin.
When Nietzsche was nearly 5 years old, his father, Karl Ludwig Nietzsche (1813–1849) died from a brain ailment (July 30, 1849) and the death of Nietzsche’s two-year-old brother, Ludwig Joseph, traumatically followed six months later (January 4, 1850).
Whenever I feel bewildered by endless interpretive skirmishes over the philosophical Antichrist, I return to Alexander Nehamas’s “Nietzsche: Life as Literature,” which appeared in 1985 and retains a commanding place on the near-infinite Nietzsche bookshelf.
Insofar as he influenced Nietzsche, who subordinated science to art, Continental philosophy’s twentieth-century challenge to purely literalistic styles of philosophy via Nietzsche is anticipated by Schopenhauer’s view that music expresses metaphysical truth more directly than does traditional philosophy.
One can read about the French Nietzsche, the American Nietzsche, the pragmatic Nietzsche, the analytic Nietzsche, the feminist Nietzsche, the gay Nietzsche, the black Nietzsche, the environmentalist Nietzsche.
Those who claim to find a political philosophy in Nietzsche typically rely on a handful of passages — most often, sections 56–57 of The Antichrist, but also section BGE 257 on “slavery” — as the slender evidence on the basis of which elaborate views about the ideal forms of social and political organization are attributed to Nietzsche.
More than any thinker before or since, Nietzsche understood the way punishment is “overdetermined by utilities of every sort” and survives now under this, now under that interpretation of its purposes—because the desire to punish (and thereby subordinate, coerce, transform) other persons is so deeply rooted in human nature (Nietzsche 1887).
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- influential German philosopher remembered for his concept of the superman and for his rejection of Christian values; considered, along with Kierkegaard, to be a founder of existentialism (1844-1900)
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