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  • Title: Book: Riddles of Philosophy: Introduction
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    • Nietzsche, a Fighter against his Time
    • Nietzsche he saw the tragic figure who had been overpowered by it and
    • Neither Rudolf Steiner's Nietzsche book nor his writings on Goethe's
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
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    • Rolph's thoughts stimulated Friedrich Nietzsche (1844 – 1900)
    • van Hartmann, Nietzsche did not seek the redemption from this pain in
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    • With these words Nietzsche describes and explains the cult of the
    • Nietzsche maintained of Socrates that he had overpowered this
    • “Virtue is teachable,” meant, according to Nietzsche, the
    • feebler phase dominated by thinking. Such an idea arose in Nietzsche
    • followed Schopenhauer. But Nietzsche was, by his own inclination, also
    • Nietzsche tried to free himself from this trend of ideas and to come
    • description constituted their philosophic activity. Nietzsche is
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    • makes him ill. For this reason, Nietzsche becomes more and more a poet
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    • philosophy through Nietzsche as compared to Hamerling, Wundt and even
    • of the human soul. In Nietzsche this will is alive. He absorbs the
    • Nietzsche's first creative period, which began with his Birth of
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