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  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.1: The Character
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    • which did not exist a few thousand years previously?” The soul
    • should become dominant within the German nation, the danger would exist
    • The question about the value of life exists only for a poorly educated,
    • can do no greater harm to life than to order one's existence in this
    • over to greater confusion than when one assumes the existence of beings
    • as the decisive factor in all existence. By such an assumption one ruins
    • the depths of existence; of another life he wants to know nothing. Even
    • individualities, which exist but once. They are in terror of the loneliness
    • still exist natural scientists and philosophers who reject all purposeful
    • in all human activity has there existed anything other than such cynicism,
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.2: The Superman
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    • exists for the satisfying, in the very best way, of impulses and instincts
    • not exist to live according to his instincts, like an animal, but that
    • from the mother ground of reality and wishes to give his existence a
    • imagined and superimposed. A similar situation exists in relation to
    • and meaning of his existence in himself, who makes his own such virtues
    • he comes to regard himself as the meaning and purpose of his existence.
    • man into body and soul, have divided all existence into idea and reality.
    • — he gives the spirit, the soul a special existence. He makes reality
    • Now when such an artist once begins to take his own existence seriously,
    • only as image, the eternal ground of all existence, the will, Schopenhauer
    • exists between the fact that the philosopher develops and elaborates
    • being exists, and in which all things have their being,” he continues
    • Now note, If this creature takes on something good as existence, life,
    • that exist. Read from a distant star, perhaps, the writing of
    • our earth existence would lead to the conclusion that the earth is the
    • weighed, seen or grasped. That through this “one degrades existence
    • world. He said, I am not sure that those who know exist; perhaps there are
    • their contemporaries who believe in God. The existence of God cannot
    • Modern science rejects the belief in God because this belief cannot exist
    • are mere pictures which pass by me. The meaning of existence, therefore,
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  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.3: Nietzsche's Path of Development
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    • by marriage, as husband and father, to bring into existence the idea
    • within him. Man exists as a unique and special personality only in his
    • already existed unconsciously, instinctively in Nietzsche, then this
    • dramatic art of the Greeks came into existence for the reason that a
    • of existence. “There is the old story that for a long time King Midas
    • not to be born, not to exist, to be nothing. But the second best is
    • create something whereby existence became bearable. They looked for
    • justification of existence, and found this within the world of the Gods
    • own existence was working in Nietzsche's mind, and such a searcher he
    • the only purpose of, world existence; nature appeared to him to have
    • will not exactly discount the right to existence of the outstanding
    • we have already existed times without number, and all things with us.”
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 2: The Psychology of Friedrich Nietzsche as a Psychopathological Problem
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    • yet exist. Everything that has been presented concerning the history
    • nonexistent for him. During the period shortly before his complete collapse
    • hour of my existence? May He, the true God, guard me henceforth!”
    • but he permeates himself with the eternal forces of existence, and brings
    • drive does not exist, and the way he approaches these problems of knowledge
    • existing. In 1888, he writes in his
    • is not insanity, or idiocy.” “Shall we really allow our existence
    • the worker fears his existence as a critical situation (morally expressed
    • human “struggle for existence,” quite familiar in the Darwinian
    • does not exist to any great extent in Nietzsche. The ideas storm in
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 3: Friedrich Nietzsche's Personality and Psychotherapy
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    • next winter, the most sunless of my whole life, I existed like a shadow
    • came to existence during this time. Without doubt, I then
    • to thoughts about the struggle for existence through logical reflection,
    • Darwin he finds the thought about the struggle for existence. He does
    • dithyrambic artist is the picture of the pre-existentialist
    • Wise Ones. ... The judgment of those philosophers about life and existence
    • we artists have to confess to ourselves that a weird difference exists
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 4: The Personality of Friedrich Nietzsche, A Memorial Address
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    • which exist between this type of spirit, and the ideas and feelings
    • time” and what existed when death took him from us on the 25th
    • you; that is, not to be born, not to exist, to be nothing. But the second
    • him over and above existence; in a blessed enchantment, as if in an
    • opium dream, he can forget existence and, “singing and dancing,”
    • above existence. Nietzsche characterizes these two paths as the Dionysian
    • Socrates has looked for reconciliation with existence, and thereby has
    • Schopenhauer's conception of the worthlessness of existence, and Richard
    • dithyrambic artist is the picture of the pre-existentialist poet of
    • He had had bad experiences in his direct turning away from existence.
    • He must have done injustice to this existence, and for this reason it
    • existence. Natural science has placed the human being at the end of
    • what exists, he should not strive for in enmity against what exists.
    • out of his reality he should bring forth a higher way of existence. This
    • which exists, but one must go back to primeval forces which have engendered
    • existence in order to discover “in the eternal” the reasons for
    • evaluation of “good and evil.” Man has come into existence
    • through the natural; and “good and evil” have come into existence
    • In this immediate existence one cannot remain standing in real life, or in
    • that Nietzsche was born to “suffer from existence.” His
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Back Cover Sheet
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    • society. Today there are some seventy Rudolf Steiner Schools in existence in

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