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On occasion he voiced this thought quite clearly: Zahn, Friedrich NietzscheDusseldorfp. Finally — the most dreadful thing of all — in the concept of the good person, supporting all that is feeble, sick, botched, the own cause of its suffering, all that is intended to perish — the law of selection con founded, an ideal born of gainsaying the proud and well-fashioned man, yea-saying, confident, guardian of the future — this man is now called the evil one This, we believe, is right because it contains the immediate reasoning behind these ethics and particularly their revolutionary gestures such as the transvaluation of all values.

True, his task was facilitated both by the expressive mode of myth and by its aphoristic form, whose characteristics we are about to discuss. This something is a disease from which German life has had to suffer since the great French Revolution in particular; ever-recurring in spasmodic fitsit has afflicted even the best type of German, to say nothing of the great mass of people among whom that affliction, in vile desecration of an honourable word, goes under the name of liberalism.

Knowledge and Becoming are mutually exclusive.

The Destruction of Reason by Georg Lukacs

Here, and particularly with regard to personal conduct and morality, they perceived auguries of a possible social recovery and, in connection with it — naturally this thought was uppermost — of their own recovery. Jaspers concedes as much even for the philosophical classics with which Nietzsche was in vigorous dispute throughout his life. This, although Darwinian theory gave it a strong temporary impetus E. Small wonder that it is precisely his fascist followers, such as Baeumler, who razn so much asatlo on his derivation from Heraclitus.

In the first place, the union of ultra-refinement and brutality was by no means a personal quirk requiring psychological elucidation, but a universal, psychical-moral distinguishing mark of imperialist decadence.


Here the lukcs corresponded to in the West — and only twelve years afterwards came the socialist revolution. I quite fail to see what we wish to do with the European worker once he has become a problem.

He therefore waxes enthusiastic if the revolutionary character of his discontent receives a philosophical sanction, but is at the same time deflected — with regard to its social substance — into a rebuttal of democracy asaltl socialism. We must not forget that even the young Nietzsche was never a really orthodox disciple of Schopenhauer with regard to radical a-historicism.

His own later criticism of his first writings — especially in Ecce homo — all tended in this direction: The assumption is correct inasmuch as many motives of Romantic anti-capitalism — e.

This tendency, already present in The Birth of Tragedygrew more pronounced in the second Untimely Consideration. Now that we have presented the sharp contrast between Nietzsche and the ordinary direct apologists of capitalism, we must briefly remark on the methods they shared in connection with Darwinism.

Only with his own ethics did the liberating process commence: Supposing that faith in this morality perishesthe defeated would no longer have their consolation — and would perish. The subsequent thesis contains, on the basis of the same reflections upon the fragility and vulnerability of the higher type, a bland denial of any development in nature and history.

In not only the imperialist period but also in the years immediately preceding it, the ideological needs of the bourgeoisie underwent a change. Because of this bias it was progressive in its main orientation.

Since this was a case of mistaking criticism from the Right for criticism from the Left, our concrete treatment of the Nietzsche-Bismarck relationship will tacitly answer this question to the effect that he always criticized Bismarck from a Right-wing standpoint, and considered Bismarck to be not decidedly enough the imperialist reactionary. And you shall soon see him again, beyond good and evil. True, the accordingly defensive character of bourgeois philosophy only had a slow and paradoxical influence.

WorksBerlinVol. Some very essential features of a real bourgeois-revolutionary transformation were lacking in Germany and Italy to say nothing of Austria and Hungaryand there still existed very many relics of feudal absolutism, but from xsalto on it was only thinkable that these could be liquidated through a revolution led by the proletariat.

This problem receives more detailed treatment in The Will to Power. Naturally enough, it revealed itself with particular vehemence in times of crisis for instance, the ban on socialists, the fate of Naturalism, the First World W and the Expressionist movement in Germany, boulangisme and the Dreyfus Affair in France, etc.


This new situation too is typical not only of Nietzsche but of all bourgeois philosophy in the age of its decline. Nietzsche to Baron von Gersdorff, Apologetic aims aside, his ignorance of the socio-economic differences between two ages necessarily led to this romantic idealism. Let us anticipate for a moment what we are going to amplify on this subject.

In this way, however, we think we can adequately represent the real coherence of his system of ideas. Masters have been abolished; the morals of the common man have triumphed Das Unendliche und das Endliche im Kunstwerk.

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For Nietzsche, biology was one of the means of arguing and making concrete on quasi-scientific lines an essential element in his methodology. For here is the open road for the impious — behold! These authors, in contesting idealist dialectics as the highest form of the bourgeois conception of progress, had likewise to oppose the dialectical self-agitation of Being and asakto fall back on a contrastingly mythical, only intuitively apprehensible Being.

We cannot take it as pure coincidence that his first work of this period, Human, All-Too-Humanappeared roughly half a year before the promulgation of the socialist ban. And correctly so from the class standpoint, since the overwhelming majority thereby won for Nietzsche has later been ready to take practical steps matching this outlook. Let us recall the structure of Zarathustrawhere the idea of becoming reigns supreme in the first part, e. But in the case of honest intellectuals, these often turned into sincere despair and a consequent mood of revolt Messianism, etc.

The discovery of Christian morals is an event without parallel, a veritable catastrophe And their outcome determined — philosophically — the Concrete questions assalto the interpretation of history, etc.

But this tendency assumed a wholly distinctive form only after the first imperialist world war, and after the victory of the great socialist October Revolution in Russia. NietzschePrinceton It was solely the abstract fact of the anticipation which determined the formal affinity.

But we can easily dispose of this dichotomy.