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  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.1: The Character
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    • as healthy as possible, as powerful as possible, as creative as possible,
    • is to offer them. The strong, healthy person who has well developed
    • which in days of health had the pride of spirit against them.
    • that a healthy thinking creates what it is able to create, and does
    • book from academic formulae into healthy speech, such content would
    • for health, courage, dignity, joy, and life, or whether it originates
    • from unhealthy, slavish, tired instincts, inimical to life, all this
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.2: The Superman
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    • sickness, but the healthy human being fights idealism just as he fights
    • himself. To live according to nature is healthier than to chase
    • the true life is much more easily attainable than for the healthy, who
    • soul mood, he eliminates a great danger which threatens the healthy,
    • broken-down. The latter hate the healthy and the happy in body and soul,
    • life. When the healthy person, filled with joy of life, is infected
    • the value of another point of view for the healthy, for those of well-being.
    • of the ascetic priests; Nietzsche will gather the healthy about him,
    • these nursing services. The efficient ones, the healthy, cannot exist
    • A human being with instincts of health, spirit, beauty, perseverance,
    • personality, with entirely healthy sense instincts, has but weak spiritual
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.3: Nietzsche's Path of Development
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    • for a stronger nature, for a healthier and simpler mankind, was a yearning
    • necessary for the health of an individual, of a nation, or of a culture.
    • He wants above all things a “teaching of health
    • that it fosters such a teaching of health.
    • a new health, a stronger, sharper, tougher, bolder, more audacious health
    • than any previous states of health. The one whose soul bursts to experience
    • and discoverer of ideals ... he requires one thing above all, health
    • it has value. Christianity will not cultivate the instincts for health,
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 2: The Psychology of Friedrich Nietzsche as a Psychopathological Problem
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    • of the entire health of a people, of a time, a race of humanity; such
    • else, let us say, of health, future growth, power, life ...!’”
    • between life-usefulness, health, power, etc., and truth. Here, natural
    • for something abnormal at the root of these healthiest of all tropical
    • effect of his teaching is based precisely upon the unsound, unhealthy
    • hope for health, the intoxication of convalescence. It is no wonder
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 3: Friedrich Nietzsche's Personality and Psychotherapy
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    • more healthy condition, I was not sufficiently a climber nor sufficiently
    • many states of health, and will do so again and again, has also passed
    • within himself lived something decadent next to something healthy; he
    • physical constitution and increasing ill-health he knew how to create
  • Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Introduction: Friedrich Nietzsche and Rudolf Steiner
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    • being due solely to reasons of health. The foreboding of the official
    • corps, because his health would not permit him to take part in more
    • Nietzsche. As the months progressed, his health began to fail steadily,
    • his sister, “My health is actually quite normal, but my soul is
    • the poignancy of the pathetic struggle for health and the longing for human

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