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✏ read a ₔ Basic Writings of Nietzsche effectively ̮ Book Author Friedrich Nietzsche ᾫ ✏ read a ₔ Basic Writings of Nietzsche effectively ̮ Book Author Friedrich Nietzsche ᾫ Attempt at a Self Criticism Whatever may be at the bottom of this questionable book, it must have been an exceptionally significant and fascinating question, and deeply personal at that the time in which it was written, in spite of which it was written, bears witness to thatthe exciting time of the Franco Prussian War of 1870 71 As the thunder of the battle of Wrth was rolling over Europe, the muser and riddle friend who was to be the father of this book sat somewhere in an Alpine nook, very bemused and beriddled, hence very concerned and yet unconcerned, and wrote down his thoughts about the Greeksthe core of the strange and almost inaccessible book to which this belated preface or postscript shall now be added A few weeks laterand he himself was to be found under the walls of Metz, still wedded to the question marks that he had placed after the alleged cheerfulness of the Greeks and of Greek art Eventually, in that month of profoundest suspense when the peace treaty was being debated at Versailles, he, too, attained peace with himself and, slowly convalescing from an illness contracted at the front, completed the final draft of The Birth of Tragedy out of the Spirit of Music Out of music Music and tragedy Greeks and the music of tragedy Greeks and the art form of pessimism The best turned out, most beautiful, most envied type of humanity to date, those most apt to seduce us to life, the Greekshow now They of all people should have needed tragedy Even art For whatGreek art You will guess where the big question mark concerning the value of existence had thus been raised Is pessimism necessarily a sign of decline, decay, degeneration, weary and weak instinctsas it once was in India and now is, to all appearances, among us, modern men and Europeans Is there a pessimism of strength An intellectual predilection for the hard, gruesome, evil, problematic aspect of existence, prompted by well being, by overflowing health, by the fullness of existence Is it perhaps possible to suffer precisely from overfullness The sharp eyed courage that tempts and attempts, that craves the frightful as the enemy, the worthy enemy, against whom one can test ones strength From whom one can learn what it means to be frightened What is the significance of the tragic myth among the Greeks of the best, the strongest, the most courageous period And the tremendous phenomenon of the Dionysianand, born from it, tragedy what might they signify And again that of which tragedy died, the Socratism of morality, the dialectics, frugality, and cheerfulness of the theoretical manhow now might not this very Socratism be a sign of decline, of weariness, of infection, of the anarchical dissolution of the instincts And the Greek cheerfulness of the later Greeksmerely the afterglow of the sunset The Epicureans resolve against pessimisma mere precaution of the afflicted And science itself, our scienceindeed, what is the significance of all science, viewed as a symptom of life For whatworse yet, whenceall science How now Is the resolve to be so scientific about everything perhaps a kind of fear of, an escape from, pessimism A subtle last resort againsttruth And, morally speaking, a sort of cowardice and falseness Amorally speaking, a ruse O Socrates, Socrates, was that perhaps your secret O enigmatic ironist, was that perhaps yourirony 2 What I then got hold of, something frightful and dangerous, a problem with horns but not necessarily a bull, in any case a new problemtoday I should say that it was the problem of science itself, science considered for the first time as problematic, as questionable But the book in which my youthful courage and suspicion found an outletwhat an impossible book had to result from a task so uncongenial to youth Constructed from a lot of immature, overgreen personal experiences, all of them close to the limits of communication, presented in the context of artfor the problem of science cannot be recognized in the context of sciencea book perhaps for artists who also have an analytic and retrospective penchant in other words, an exceptional type of artist for whom one might have to look far and wide and really would not care to look a book full of psychological innovations and artists secrets, with an artists metaphysics in the background a youthful work full of the intrepid mood of youth, the moodiness of youth, independent, defiantly self reliant even where it seems to bow before an authority and personal reverence in sum, a first book, also in every bad sense of that label In spite of the problem which seems congenial to old age, the book is marked by every defect of youth, with its length in excess and its storm and stress On the other hand, considering its success especially with the great artist to whom it addressed itself as in a dialogue, Richard Wagner , it is a proven book, I mean one that in any case satisfied the best minds of the time.1 In view of that, it really ought to be treated with some consideration and taciturnity Still, I do not want to suppress entirely how disagreeable it now seems to me, how strange it appears now, after sixteen yearsbefore a much older, a hundred times demanding, but by no means colder eye which has not become a stranger to the task which this audacious book dared to tackle for the first time to look at science in the perspective of the artist, but at art in that of life 3 To say it once today I find it an impossible book I consider it badly written, ponderous, embarrassing, image mad and image confused, sentimental, in places saccharine to the point of effeminacy, uneven in tempo, without the will to logical cleanliness, very convinced and therefore disdainful of proof, mistrustful even of the propriety of proof, a book for initiates, music for those dedicated to music, those who are closely related to begin with on the basis of common and rare aesthetic experiences, music meant as a sign of recognition for close relatives in artibus2an arrogant and rhapsodic book that sought to exclude right from the beginning the profanum vulgus3 of the educated even than the mass or folk Still, the effect of the book proved and proves that it had a knack for seeking out fellow rhapsodizers and for luring them on to new secret paths and dancing places What found expression here was anywaythis was admitted with as much curiosity as antipathya strange voice, the disciple of a still unknown God, one who concealed himself for the time being under the scholars hood, under the gravity and dialectical ill humor of the German, even under the bad manners of the Wagnerian Here was a spirit with strange, still nameless needs, a memory bursting with questions, experiences, concealed things after which the name of Dionysus was added as one question mark What spoke hereas was admitted, not without suspicionwas something like a mystical, almost maenadic soul that stammered with difficulty, a feat of the will, as in a strange tongue, almost undecided whether it should communicate or conceal itself It should have sung, this new souland not spoken 4 What I had to say thentoo bad that I did not dare say it as a poet perhaps I had the ability Or at least as a philologist after all, even today practically everything in this field remains to be discovered and dug up by philologists Above all, the problem that there is a problem hereand that the Greeks, as long as we lack an answer to the question what is Dionysian remain as totally uncomprehended and unimaginable as ever.Nietzsche is one of the few philosophers since Plato whom large numbers of intelligent people read for pleasure Walter Kaufmann Zhuangzi Basic Writings This is a very different book than the Lao Tzu It s written in much less poetic style, but I find readable for that reason The style 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    • Basic Writings of Nietzsche
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    • Friedrich Nietzsche
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    • 05 April 2016

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