Nietzsche’s Journey To Sorrento: Genesis of the Philosophy by Paolo d’Iorio

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The School o f Educators” at the Villa Rubinacci 51 teachings! .

Following this reversal, ancient things become new again and vice versa. Nietzsche constructs a couple o f terms o f which the first, Alterthum, is o f common usage while the second, Neuthum, is a very rare term in the German language. In Nietzsche’s works, it appears only twice. T h e first time was in the third paragraph o f the Untimely on history (1874). 9In the aphorism o f Assorted Opinions and Maxims, on the contrary, the habits o f the past are not sterilely venerated, but are resuscitated and become themselves the new present: the dead are resuscitated in the same moment as the present is buried.

It almost seems as though it were m yself speaking, though in an even weaker voice than mine. the shadow (after a pause): Are you not glad to have the opportunity to speak? the wanderer: B y G od and all the things I do not believe in, my shadow is speaking; I hear it but I do not believe it. the shadow : Let us accept it and think no more about it: in an hour it will all be over. 27 T h is day was precisely the 24th o f O ctober 1876. T h ese camels had been introduced into San Rossore around the end o f the seventeenth century by the Traveling South figure 21 7 : The camels of Pisa in the early twentieth century.

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