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- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.1: The Character
- active in Nietzsche's nature. He does not need first to reflect whether
- life of feeling and reflection was completely different from that of
- become, and subject to the spirit, as its mirror and reflection.
- mere reflection of the inaccessible. One interprets the world known
- has a firm, free swing. It is not confused by reflections as to whether
- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.2: The Superman
- itself in it directly. What appears to us in all our reflections
- The World as Will and Reflection, Chapter 30)
- spent in profound, silent reflection, with voluntary penitence and frightful,
- all knowing is merely reflection, and something is always demanded of
- in obedience, at the same time I live in the reflection
- as an example, all sensual beauty is but a reflection of that infinite
- it is, but only because it reflects the idea of the beautiful.
- the real, he will not see any reflection of the divine or of the superearthy.
- the aestheticism of the strong personality, which sees in art a reflection
- reflection of the divine, a message from the beyond. The strong, on
- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1.3: Nietzsche's Path of Development
- comes out of the life of reflection, and out of the awareness of will,
- lies on the other side of the world of our reflections. For the reflection
- form my reflections. I know no sun and no earth, but only an eye which
- “The world which surrounds him is only there as reflection, that
- is, absolutely in relation to something else: the reflected, which is
- World as Will and Reflection, ¶ 1.)
- not merely reflect the world, but is also active within
- own acts twice: from within as reflection, and from outside
- itself which appears in the perceived body motion as reflection. And
- he asserts further that not only is the reflection of one's own body
- all other reflections. The whole world then, in Schopenhauer's opinion,
- as reflection. This will, Schopenhauer asserts, is uniform in all things.
- own life of reflection; in essence he is identical with the uniform
- of an art of representation and out of an art of willing. When the reflecting
- human being idealizes his world of reflection and embodies his idealized
- reflections in works of art, then the Apollonian art arises.
- He lends the shine of the eternal to the individual objects of reflection,
- standing within the world of reflection. The Dionysian artist
- himself. The chorus is the self-reflection of a Dionysically
- stimulation reflected through an Apollonian work of art. The presentation
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- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 2: The Psychology of Friedrich Nietzsche as a Psychopathological Problem
- The world of reflection is not the real world; it is only a subjective
- his willing. The art of reflection is the Apollonian, that of willing,
- only in this way because in his isolation he lacked all reflection;
- is only the tone of feeling in him, which is linked with his reflections.
- reflections, the unmotivated manner in which certain thoughts make their
- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 3: Friedrich Nietzsche's Personality and Psychotherapy
- groundwork of his reflections. He alternately sounded all notes from
- even exuberance of spirit, which the latter work reflects, is compatible
- to thoughts about the struggle for existence through logical reflection,
- way of reflection stands Goethe's point of view: “We must not interpret
- completely. Later, in this ego appears a way of reflection which is
- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Introduction: Friedrich Nietzsche and Rudolf Steiner
- my own soul were reflected with dreadful faithfulness. The dull, disinterested
- was reflected in methods for the treatment and care of retarded children
- he gave a lecture which reflected his keen interest in the question of
- Title: Friedrich Nietzsche: Part 1: Preface to the First Edition (1895)
- impelled to draw a picture of Nietzsche's life of reflection and feeling.
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