Nietzsche the gay science notes
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It is best understood as an irrational force, found in all individuals, that can be channeled toward different ends. Nietzsche explored the idea of the will to power throughout his career, categorizing it at various points as a psychological, biological, or metaphysical principle. For this reason, the will to power is also one of Nietzsche's most misunderstood ideas. It is the source of much misery since it is essentially insatiable. This is one of the functions of art. His later notion of the will to power is significantly different, but it retains something of this idea of a deep, pre-rational, unconscious force that can be harnessed and transformed in order to create something beautiful.
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Nietzsche and the Madman
Nietzsche's Concept of the Will to Power
Nietzsche is the philosopher of the will to power , seen as vital creation and fulfillment. What is essential is our world as it is joy and desire for power. As for the illusion of ulterior worlds, Nietzsche stalking in all its forms. Nietzsche diagnosed the essence of the mortal crisis of our time: he described it, in its main features, and an almost clinical manner. The death of the Christian God, if it is, perhaps, the sign and the announcement of a new dawn, is marked in our time, by the coming of the Last Man, completion of nihilism.
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The Gay Science Glossary
Published in , Friedrich Nietzsche was quoted to say The Gay Science was the most personal of all his books. It contains more poems than any of Nietzsche's other published works. A Book for All and None, composed in four parts between and It features the fictional character Zarathustra and was conceived whilst Nietzsche was composing 'The Gay Science'. Thus Spoke Zarathustra Quotes.
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