How does Nietzsche characterize the relationship between science and religion? How is the concept of nihilism significant here?
How might we account for the different format of the "Epigrams and Interludes" chapter? What might we then infer about the material contained in that chapter?
What is sublimation? What is a "sublimated will to power"? What work does the concept of sublimation do for Nietzsche?
How does Nietzsche's ideal philosopher differ from what he considers to be "philosophical laborers"? Do you agree with this distinction Nietzsche makes?
What is the difference between "truth" and "knowledge" in Nietzsche's writings?
Describe some of the characteristics of Nietzsche's "good European."
Explain Nietzsche's views on language. How might this color our interpretation of some of his other writings?
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