By Horst Hutter, Eli Friedland
The subject matter of the thinker as therapist dominates Nietzsche's complete opus, from his earliest writings to the Zarathustra interval and past. Nietzsche needs to hasten the arriving and destiny sanctification of a brand new form of man made man or woman, and his complete educating is formed by way of his personal struggles opposed to illness.Yet few Nietzsche students have paid this significant healing component to his inspiration enough attention.
This choice of essays by means of best students within the box consists round the Nietzschean perception, which has its roots within the Hippocratic culture of historical medication, that ideals, behaviours, beliefs and styles of striving aren't issues for which people or maybe cultures are in charge. relatively, they're indicators of what anyone or tradition is, which indicators require diagnostic interpretation and evaluate. The e-book identifies 3 central ways in Nietzsche's philosophy: diagnostic, prognostic and healing. every one essay takes up this crucial perception into Nietzsche's healing philosophy from a special standpoint and jointly they demonstrate an array of insightful methods to self-induced enhancement, for either members and cultures.
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In order to explore this contest, I will present Nietzsche’s early texts On Truth and Lie in an Extra-Moral Sense, On the Future of Our Educational Institutions, and Homer’s Contest. These will serve as theoretical framework, enabling me to interpret other passages from Nietzsche’s work in which he engages with Socrates and Kant, criticizing their pedagogical methods and developing, in opposition to these, his own style and ethics of reading. I will end with a reading of Ecce Homo, in which Nietzsche’s thoughts on education and health converge, revealing the relationship between reading, agonistics, and health.
Notes 1 On Nietzsche’s published reviews and philological essays, see William H. Schaberg, The Nietzsche Canon: A Publication History and Bibliography (Chicago/London: University of Chicago Press, 1995); and James I. ’ Nietzsche’s Philologica: A Review of the Colli-Montinari Critical Edition,” International Journal of the Classical Tradition 6(3), (2000): 409–31. On his going to the University of Munich’s jubilee, see KSB 4, p. 37. On the philosophical orientation of his philology, see EKP (which I will discuss later in the paper).
41. 66 Nietzsche to Rohde, 11 April 1872, KSB 3, pp. 304–5. 67 Rohde to Nietzsche, April 1872, KGW 2, 2. 68 Rohde to Nietzsche, 6 May 1872, KGB 2, 4. 69 Rohde to Nietzsche, 14 November 1872, KGB 2, 4. 70 See Rohde to Nietzsche on 6 May 1872 and 14 November 1872. 71 See Thomas Brobjer, Nietzsche’s Philosophical Context: An Intellectual Biography (Urbana/Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2008), pp. 254–5. 72 Nietzsche to Rohde, 15 December 1870, KSB 3, p. 165. 73 Arthur Schopenhauer, “Über die Universitäts-Philosophie,” in Schopenhauer, Parerga und Paralipomena: Kleine philosophische Schriften, vol.