Fr. Nietzsche - Out of time considerations. Second piece: On the benefits and disadvantages of history for life.

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Playing time: 4 hours 27 min.
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 Audio sample: 1. Look at the herd ...
 Audio sample: 2. That life needs the service of history ...
 Audio sample: 3. Second, the story belongs to ...
 Audio sample: 4. These are the services that the history ...
 Audio sample: 5. The oversaturation seems to me in five ways ...

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From the criticism of the frozen historicism of his time, Nietzsche developed the idea of ​​a lively balance between retrospect, present and foresight. From the distinction between a “monumental”, “antiquarian” and “critical” history, he develops the idea of ​​a balance that can do justice to life, ie a living art, culture and education. He directs his particular criticism against the presumption of Hegel's philosophy of history. Against the gross brutality of an all-sanctioning machine of the litigating world spirit, he - like his contemporary Kierkegaard - absolutely poses the individual. With Nietzsche, however, the individual is also a dividual. With the reference to the earliest Hellenic sources, such as the “Know Yourself” of the Delphic sanctuary, he confirms the inevitable intersection of the historical balance: the unconditionally individual and at the same time infinite participant, in responsibility and abundance of life, in rational education and ›musical‹ feeling.

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