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"In this account, Julian younger offers the main entire biography to be had this day of the existence and philosophy of the nineteenth-century German thinker Friedrich Nietzsche. younger offers with the various puzzles created via the conjunction of Nietzsche's own background and his paintings. atmosphere Nietzsche's inspiration within the context of his occasions, younger emphasizes the decisive impression of Plato and of Richard Wagner on Nietzsche's try to reform Western tradition. He additionally describes the devastating impact on Nietzsche's character of his unsatisfied love for Lou Salome and makes an attempt to appreciate why, on the age of forty-four, he went mad." "This ebook encompasses a collection of greater than thirty images of Nietzsche, his associates and his paintings websites. Seventeen of the philosopher's musical compositions, that are key to a deeper knowing of his highbrow undertaking can be found online."--BOOK JACKET. Read more...
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Solitude, one might suggest, is the fate of the writer. Yet in the above self-assessment there is surely a degree of adolescent self-dramatisation. For, as we have seen, there was a great deal of normal boyish sociability, even boisterousness, in Fritz’s early life. One should not, moreover, be tempted to discover any hint of misanthropy in his delight in entering the ‘free temple of nature’. The reason he ﬁnds there his ‘truest joy’ is not that there is no joy to be found among humans but rather that it is in the sublimity of nature that he discovers God.
How was it, we will need to ask, that German Protestantism nursed such a viper in its bosom? ∗∗∗ Fritz was christened ‘Friedrich Wilhelm’ because he was born on the birthday of the King of Prussia, Friedrich Wilhelm IV, and because his father, Karl Ludwig (see Plate ), was passionately K¨onigsstreu, a passionate royalist. Ludwig, as Nietzsche’s father was known, had been born in , the son of Friedrich August (–), a ‘superintendent’ (roughly, archdeacon) in the Lutheran church and a writer of treatises on moral and theological subjects.
O lark, take this blossom Tender with you. I plucked it as decoration For my far-away father’s house. ∗∗∗ Almost immediately, however, Fritz’s desolation over the loss of his father was intensiﬁed by two further ‘hammer blows from heaven’. The thirteen-year-old continues: When a tree is deprived of its crown it withers and wilts, and the tiny birds abandon its branches. Our family had been deprived of its head. All joy vanished from our hearts and profound sadness overtook us. Yet when our wounds had only just begun to heal a new event painfully tore them open.