By Bernard Groethuysen
Anthropologie philosophique est une mémoire de l'historicité de l'individu. Le je vis précédant le je pense y reveal los angeles «gradation des valeurs bourgeoises et los angeles marche de los angeles pensée moderne». Une philosophie de los angeles vie puise dans sa propre histoire pour montrer que ce qui importe est chaque fois «la query que l'homme se pose à lui-même, et non l. a. façon d'y répondre», et cette histoire lui est nécessaire pour inventer des «formes nouvelles d'existence». L'érudition n'y cherche pas des doctrines, mais une aventure. C'est pourquoi ce qui est dit ici de Platon, de Montaigne, reste toujours nouveau : non une philosophie, mais «l'exercice de l. a. philosophie».Henri Meschonnic.
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Without knowing much about Rée’s failed attempt to wed Lou, Nietzsche asked Rée to propose to Lou, their mutual friend, on his behalf. That did not go down well. Lou was kind enough to say, via Rée, that she revered Nietzsche as a friend, and this spurred him on to say that if the Dreieinigkeit caused gossip, he would be prepared to marry her. He told the Overbecks about this new turn of events. A short holiday tour of Italy and Switzerland comprising Lou, her mother, Nietzsche, and Rée gave Nietzsche a brief opportunity to propose to Lou again, this time in Lucerne on 13 May.
Elisabeth had sailed to Paraguay with her husband in February 1886. Nietzsche was now well into his new book, Beyond Good and Evil: A Prelude to a Philosophy of the Future. He arrived in Naumburg on 12 May 1886 and stayed with his mother until 5 June, when he sent an SOS to Gast to come to Leipzig. That usually meant a meeting with his publisher. Gast seems to have dropped everything, since he arrived in Leipzig that same day. Nietzsche had to wind up the affairs of both Fritsch and Schmeitzner; he had no idea how much money Schmeitzner had purloined; meanwhile, Fritsch negotiated with Schmeiztner direct for the rights to Nietzsche’s works so far.
Many early campaigners for women’s emancipation realized that the concept of the Übermensch, discussed later on, could apply to women just as well as to men, and decided to ignore Nietzsche’s antifeminist barbs. Thus Spoke Zarathustra introduces the concepts of the Übermensch and the will to power for the first time. It also elaborates on the theme of eternal return that was touched on in The Gay Science, where Zarathustra also made a brief appearance. The mention of eternal return in The Gay Science is actually a potted version of what Zarathustra will need several attempts to explain.
Anthropologie philosophique by Bernard Groethuysen