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Ecce Homo by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

Ecce homo nietzsche gedicht

Of course, this was crazy and I knew it. . It was Heinrich Heine who gave me the most perfect idea of what a lyrical poet could be. The rest was a never-ending love letter from Nietzsche to Nietzsche. In effect, Nietzsche was putting himself on trial with this work, and his sardonic judgments and chapter headings can be seen as mordant, mocking, self-deprecating, or sly. These are the first lines of the Foreword: In Voraussicht, dass ich über Kurzem mit der schwersten Forderung an die Menschheit herantreten muss, die je an sie gestellt wurde, scheint es mir unerlässlich, zu sagen, wer ich bin.

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Ecce Homo , by Friedrich Nietzsche

Ecce homo nietzsche gedicht

Ich kenne die Lust am Vernichten in einem Grade, die meiner Kraft zum Vernichten gemäss ist,—in Beidem gehorche ich meiner dionysischen Natur, welche das Neinthun nicht vom Jasagen zu trennen weiss. . Remain seated as little as possible, put no trust in any thought that is not born in the open whilst moving freely about— nor when the muscles are not in festive mood. To look upon healthier concepts and values from the standpoint of the sick, and conversely to look down upon the secret work of the instincts of decadence from the standpoint of him who is laden and self-reliant with the richness of life—this has been my longest exercise, my principal experience. The slightest constraint, a sombre look, any hard accent in the voice—all these things are objections to a man but how much more to his work! This number and those which follow refer to Thoughts out of Season, Part I.

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Ecce Homo (book)

Ecce homo nietzsche gedicht

I do but require to speak to any one of the scholars who come to the Ober-Engadine in the summer in order to convince myself that I am not alive. Und Pilatus spricht zu ihnen: Sehet, welch ein Mensch! We behold Christ as the Bridegroom of the Church, bearing the marks of His suffering, yet preparing a marriage Feast for us in God's Kingdom. The whole book is profoundly and politely silent concerning Christianity: the latter is neither Apollonian nor Dionysian; it denies all æsthetic values, which are the only values that The Birth of Tragedy recognises. In order to appraise the value of a certain type of man, the cost of his maintenance must be calculated,—and the conditions of his existence must be known. Wagner is the antidote to everything essentially German—the fact that he is a poison too I do not deny. But ye can never recover the time lost. For that is what reading would mean.

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FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE, ECCE HOMO

Ecce homo nietzsche gedicht

During the seven years in which I taught Greek to the sixth form of the College at Bâle, I never had occasion to administer a punishment; the laziest youths were diligent in my class. I could not possibly dispense with Rossini, and still less with my Southern soul in music, the work of my Venetian maestro, Pietro Gasti. I was a very serious student during the last two years at Grinnell College. To compose a long Latin essay in one night, to revise and recopy it, to aspire with my pen to emulating the exactitude and the terseness of my model, Sallust, and to pour a few very strong grogs over it all—this mode of procedure, while I was a pupil at the venerable old school of Pforta, was not in the least out of keeping with my physiology, nor perhaps with that of Sallust, however much it may have been alien to dignified Pforta. In such circumstances should I not be compelled to become a hedgehog? Though, Nietzsche doesn't believe in Free Will and has 'will to power' with his eternal recurrence, and republicans always love to blame the victim and would reject those parts of Nietzsche's conclusions.

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Ecce Homo (book)

Ecce homo nietzsche gedicht

As a whole I was sound, but in certain details I was a decadent. Consequently, I resolved to let the infatuation have free reign, but tell no one of it. What seems to remain of Nietzsche's philosophical work, at least for me, is the criticism of mid-nineteenth century thought and life, of which a portion was a profound cynicism with respect to knowledge and values. At times it is very entertaining to read how you bash everyone especially Germans and Christians but then again it's annoying as it repeats itself over and over and over and over again. Often referred to as one of the first existentialist philosophers along with Søren Kierkegaard 1813—1855 , Nietzsche's revitalizing philosophy has inspired leading figures in all walks of cultural life, including dancers, poets, novelists, painters, psychologists, philosophers, sociologists and social revolutionaries. Because he was mad, because he was brilliant, because he was on the very brink of complete collapse, because he was Nietzsche—grand and provocative—it is difficult, if even possible, to know what the author was up to in this book. I cannot remember ever having exerted myself, I can point to no trace of struggle in my life; I am the reverse of a heroic nature.

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Ecce Homo (book)

Ecce homo nietzsche gedicht

I search in vain through all the realms of antiquity or of modem times for anything to resemble his sweet and passionate music. Beware of all picturesque men! Een jeugdig zaadje uit Schulpforta dat zich tot een filologische kiem ontwikkelde en die gaandeweg zijn leven langzaam maar zeker ontpopte in een onbegrepen bestaan waardoor hij veel pratend en schrijvend maar in grote eenzaamheid doorbracht. One has to be made for it, otherwise there is no small danger one will catch cold. . Gradually less calmness prevails; here and there a flash of lightning defines the horizon; exceedingly unpleasant truths break upon your ears from out remote distances with a dull, rumbling sound,—until very soon a fierce tempo is attained in which everything presses forward at a terrible degree of tension. And I am notwithstanding, or rather not notwithstanding, the mouthpiece of truth; for nothing more blown-out with falsehood has ever existed, than a saint.

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Ecce Homo Nietzsche Quotes

Ecce homo nietzsche gedicht

Therefore, I wish I knew more - I want to listen to all his dionysian adventures - I hope at least he had some. . Here is the man - I still don't like him, I still think he is too much of an individualist and there is a stench of far right politics off his writing I find it virtually impossible to get beyond. Thirdly, I never make personal attacks—I use a personality merely as a magnifying-glass, by means of which I render a general, but elusive and scarcely noticeable evil, more apparent. Tea is beneficial only in the morning. The Preface came into being on 3rd September 1888. .

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Ecce homo, Friedrich Nietzsche

Ecce homo nietzsche gedicht

Daarom vertel ik nu mijn eigen leven aan mijzelf. And in giving it, I shall have to touch upon that masterpiece in the art of self-preservation, which is selfishness. A third thing is the absurd susceptibility of the skin to small pin-pricks, a kind of helplessness in the presence of all small things. Beware even of every grand word or attitude! As an example of this I point to the intercourse with books. In this respect there is some sense in the fact that it was the hundredth anniversary of Voltaire's death that served, so to speak, as an excuse for the publication of the book as early as 1878. . S11: My formula for greatness in a human being is amor fati: that one wants nothing to be different, not forward, not backward, not in all eternity.

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