I Am Dynamite A Life of Friedrich Nietzsche) [Pdf] ↠ Sue Prideaux

A Riesling to Die eI had not read a full biography of Nietzsche before I had tried to work through some of his major works in college and knew of the odd course that his writings had taken after his death but lack any sense of a life trajectory That always struck me as odd for a philosopheressayist who has proven to be so influential Sue Prideaux has written a readable andngaging biography of Nietzsche that has helped to fill these holes for meHaving said this I do not know that I am much clearer about actually getting Nietzsche The book clearly communicates the role of his thought in identifying how modernism has weakened the ability of religion and philosophy to provide meaning and value for people provided that the levelling Nietzsche was the primary philosopher who inspired me to pursue the field Not that he offers a coherent belief system or ready to hand tools for life but he does provide the type of critical perspective necessary to begin uestioning one s life His thought has so much become a part of my own that whenever I revisit his works I find aphorisms that mirror my own dispositions in ways I never realized had sunk in I feel as do many who have been inspired by him an Pookie-Pie: A Sweet Bedtime Story emotional connection with his thought given which he holds a dear place for me All that is to say that I was both anxious and apprehensive to read a biography on his personThe task of writing about the life of Nietzsche is not without its perils With a hankering after the irrational and revelry it is just as vital to capture the setting and atmosphere within which Nietzsche s thought developed so as to impress the mood that makes up such a part of Nietzsche s aesthetic Prideaux does a superb job in recreating thenvironment that so affected and afflicted this tormented thinker With Nietzsche s own penchant for colorful descriptions Prideaux works hard to maintain a similar flourish without becoming garish Nor can one write a biography of Nietzsche without addressing the philosophical thought that consumed him Prideaux adroitly weaves within the story of his life not only Nietzsche s own thought but that of the likes of Empedocles Kant Schopenhauer and in a manner that seems natural and asy to digest However I uestion Prideaux s choice to give synopses of Nietzsche s books particularly those after his Untimely Meditations Nietzsche s works are far too broad and nuanced to neatly sum up in a couple of pages and I fear that these sections may mislead the reader into false starts and premature conclusions about his worksWhat I find most commendable about this biography is that Prideaux does not mythologize unsubstantiated vents in Nietzsche s life not ven those considered pivotal nor speculate about them other than where it is further noted by contemporaries making up the primary sources consulted For xample the time in which it is supposed that Nietzsche may have contracted syphilis is passingly commented upon with only a slight reference to Mann s grander allusions to it in his novel Doctor Faustus Rather the book is well researched and is composed with descriptive care to fill in the setting The historical facts are treated like a pre composed libretto needing only to be pieced together and then inlayed by the greater orchestral composition that is Prideaux s text I imagine that some may be critical of the divagations into other notable individual s lives such as Wagner and F rster but I found these to be sparse and refreshing Nietzsche lived during an A Warlocks Dance (The Cursed Princes, exceptional time the Paris Commune the Franco Prussian Warmergence of Symbolism tc and many of the individuals both greater and lesser known he was personally acuainted with As such I take these additions to be an asset to the whole in their providing important context to Nietzsche s acuaintance and reciprocating influence Incipit Tragoedia When Zarathustra was thirty years old he left his home and the Lake of Urmi and went into the mountains There he njoyed his spirit and his solitude and for ten years did not weary of it But at last his heart changed begins aphorism 342 of The Gay Science The same could be said of that fateful day in Turin during the winter of 1889 Incipit Tragoedia when he finally went under and succumbed to the madness within which he would spend just over the next ten years His final decade of life is heartbreaking to read about and Prideaux spares no punches in defending his legac English I Am Dynamite A Life of NietzscheThis book is no doubt super interesting and written in an immersive manner but while I m happy I received an ARC it was in a format that can only be read via Adobe Digital Editions meaning on the screen it was in a format that can only be read via Adobe Digital Editions meaning on the screen the book has 700 pages So I will buy the hardcover instead By skimming the pages to get an impression I saw that this text is certainly worthwhile I am frightened Nietzsche had written by the thought of what unualified and unsuitable people may invoke my authority one day Yet that is the torment of My First Kitten every great teacher of mankind he knows that given the circumstances and the accidents he can become a disaster as well as a blessing to mankind 374 5Ironically Nietzsche wrote these words in a letter to his sister Elizabeth who as Prideaux painfully shows abused her brother and his thought than anyonelse associating it with Nazi ideology in a manner that choes to this day Hopefully Prideaux s biography will dispel the last lingering notions that Nietzsche was an anti Semite and proto Nazi already intrepidly addressed by Walter Kaufmann before her The biography was compelling and surprisingly sad Poor misunderstood ill fated Nietzsche Prideaux does a brilliant job of vividly portraying his life throughout the story and it does read like a story you feel as if you re right there alongside Nietzsche thinking along with him and sharing his troubles I wrote a longer piece about biographizing Nietzsche which if you re interested you can find right here on my website Modernity s TimelinePre Modernity Abrahamic religions nvelop the western world in intellectual darkness Billions die in crusades genocides inuisitions witch hunts and wholy wars1859 *Darwin accidentally kills god1867 Marx tries to figure it all out *accidentally kills god1867 Marx tries to figure it all out deconstructing and rationalizing systems of material producti A mostly captivating biography of a widely misunderstood man I am left with the impression of a solitary lonely and confused soul wandering about moving from place to place in search of belonging and fleeing his oppressive mother and sister There are brief intervals of reciprocity with Wagner and Lou Salome but in the nd he is a man very much alone #Next time I pick up a book he wrote I will approach it with a deepened understanding of the origins of #time I pick up a book he wrote I will approach it with a deepened understanding of the origins of ideas A book like this needs to be composed like music All the lements must be gently pulled in so the main themes can shine through Prideaux accomplishes this with such great finesse Essentially this book has 3 main threads that she stays true to for the ntire biography Chronology of Nietzsche s Life filled with colourful detailsAn Intellectual History of his Philosophical Development flooded with bookish detailsHistorical Context as it Relates to Nietzsche with the goal of setting the record straightWe can see Nietzsche develop from his arly 20 s True to any young man this section of the book is the most lively and fastest to read The Loyal to His Lies early pages are packed with books he read what he thought of them his keen friendship with Wagner his musical lifeNext the biography moves into his middle years where the intellectual development slows down but his private life certainly picks up He sssentially come into his own for what he believes in The rest reads like a well not a gossipy newspaper column He s still a great thinker Prideaux s writing still sings perhaps he s simply a man who fell in love And if this biography reads as beautifully as fiction our villain is clearly moving onto the chessboardThis final section is where I was rendered on the floor in The Favorite Daughter emotional turmoil Again Pride. A groundbreaking new biography of philosophy's greatest iconoclast Friedrich Nietzsche is one of the mostnigmatic figures in philosophy and his concepts the bermensch the will to power slave morality have fundamentally reshaped our understanding of the human condition But what do most people really know of Nietzsche beyond the mustache the scowl and the lingering association with nihilism and fascism Where do we place a thinker who was ually beloved by Albert Camus Ayn Rand Martin Buber and Adolf HitlerNie. Se closest to him She is particularly strong in providing a lucid xposition of his intellectual development in relation to his physical condition and rotic life without thereby belittling ither the man or his workWhere Prideaux is weak is in placing Nietzsche within his philosophical context neglecting I think his dependence via Schopenhauer and others on Kant But this is the objection of a philosophically inclined reader and hers is first and foremost a biography a very good one which should appeal to specialists and generalists alike Nietzsche is now preceded by his reputation to such a monstrous xtent that it takes a bit of an ffort to overcome all the received wisdom which in my case was the only wisdom I had having read only one of his books and virtually nothing Winter Sunshine else about him Oh yeah Nietzsche wasn t he a bit right wing Tooled around with a terrific stare declaiming things about the death of god Women hated him Nazis loved him Something like thatHe comes across in this fascinating biography as a smart unusual and not unkindly figure but one overmastered by themotional demands of his family by an imposed solitariness and by the lifelong ill health which he knew appeared to be leading inexorably to madnessHe tried to accustom himself to this possibility Naked Choke early insanity ran in his family and his father had died young from a softening of the brain From the beginning in his writings he wasxploring the idea of Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good emancipatory insanity and the validity of the irrational in passages like this from DaybreakAh give me madness you heavenly powers Madness that I may only at last believe in myself Give deliriums and convulsions sudden lights and darkness terrify me with frost and fire such as no mortal hasver felt with deafening din and prowling figures make me howl and whine and crawl like a beast so that I may come to believe in myselfWell he got what he wanted He had a vital personal investment in many of his philosophical ideas which had to do with turning Murder at the Mansion every it was into I wanted it thus in other words with not just accepting the things that happen to you but forcing yourself to find joy and satisfaction in them For him this amor fati could be a big askMost of the key locations in his life as he developed these ideas were in Switzerland He took a professorship in Basel at just 24 spent probably the happiest years of his life at Wagner s house on Lake Lucerne where he wrote The Birth of Tragedy and later had his most dramaticpiphanies at Sils up in the Engadine where tourists can still visit the Zarathustra rock Here my muses live he said this region is blood and kin to me and Healing Souls even than that But misfortune did seem to follow him around and there were very few friends who lasted long Wagner had originally seen him as a worthy disciple and the two had a close relationship but it came apart in a miserable way Wagner wrote to his doctor asking whether some of Nietzsche s medical symptoms might not be theffects of masturbation this letter somehow got into circulation and Nietzsche found himself at a party in Bayreuth with Seductive Surrender everybody reading it surreptitiously and sniggering at him behind his backWith women he had no luck at all His most affectionate relationship was with Lou Salom the Russian born thinker writer and itinerant femme fatale The two shared many long walks and deep conversations which meant a great deal to Nietzsche but she was always interested in other smart people as well For a while the two of them resolved to live trois with the philosopher Paul R but this modern arrangement also Seductive Surrender (Highland Heather Romancing a Scot, ended pathetically one day while they were travelling together Nietzsche woke up to find the other two gone He carried on to some other destinations on their itinerary but could not find them in fact Salom and R had just stayed where they were and lain low until Nietzsche disappearedOne gets the impression of a seriously lonely man There s a moment where the Goncourts journal is published and Nietzsche reads it and thinks wistfully how nice it must be to have these boozy friendly dinners with guests like Zola and Turgenev He would have flourished in that situation But there he was wandering around alone on an Alp having cstatic visions interspersed with bouts of cryingIt is partly for these reasons that his later writings can be as Sue Prideaux puts it vengefully misogynistic Nevertheless she saysAll his life he valued intelligent women making close and nduring friendships with them He only fell in love with clever women starting with Cosima Wagner He disliked ignorant and bigoted womenWhich brings us to his sister Elisabeth Nietzsche kept up a friendly correspondence with her but he did not share her values she was an ardent nationalist and a vicious antisemite whereas Nietzsche considered himself a bad German but a very good European He gave up his German citizenship to work in Basel and remained officially stateless for the rest of his lifeThe rift between them became serious when Elisabeth married the nationalist activist Bernhard F rster I do not have his nthusiasm for things German Nietzsche wrote to her and ven less for keeping this glorious race pure On the contrary on the contrary Nietzsche liked to tell people he was Polish after someone said his face looked like something from a Matejko paintingThe F rsters went off to start a bizarre antisemitic colony in Paraguay but after her husband deep in debt finally killed himself Elisabeth found a new project in managing the affairs of her brother Nietzsche by this stage had gone completely la la He was signing his letters The Crucified and telling correspondents things like I have ordered a convocation of princes in Rome I mean to have the young mperor shot If there was a certain lan to his arly ideas about the liberating power of madness there was none whatsoever to the reality first confined to an asylum and then long years shuffling around a room above his sister s parlour scarcely able to remember his name or to speak coherently Elisabeth took ownership of all his writings copyrights and letters and carefully controlled what would be released to researchers or the publicBut The Deepest Sin even the sadness of Nietzsche s final years is overshadowed by what was done to his reputation after he died Elisabeth in Prideaux s telling was determined to turn her brother s writings to her own ideologicalnds which by now had a political correlative Giving a speech at a festival held to commemorate fifty years since Wagner s death she announced We are drunk with nthusiasm because at the head of our government stands such a wonderful indeed phenomenal personality like our magnificent Chancellor Adolf Hitler Ein Volk Ein Reich Ein F hrer The Nietzsche Archiv which she built and managed in Weimar was soon stuffed with fellow believers Inside the Archive veryone from the doorkeeper to the head is a Nazi said one depressed disciple of Nietzsche s who later fled into xile It is nough to make one weep Mysterious incomprehensible Germany Despite the superficial appeal of Nietzsche s terminology the blond beasts the master race it was not asy to jam his ideas into a fascist mould As one leading Nazi ideologue commented If not for the fact that Nietzsche was not a nationalist or a socialist and did not believe in race discrimination he would

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made a good I am not up on Nietzsche scholarship so I don t know how controversial or un this story is but certainly here Nietzsche merges as a figure deeply sympathetic deeply troubled and deeply misunderstood by posterity It s a very sad tale so one is grateful to Prideaux s dry often openly comic style which *Guides You Through His Life *you through his life any unnecessary drama letting the facts speak for themselves Deutschland Deutschland ber Alles he wrote scornfully I m afraid that was the nd of German philosophy Unfortunately it was just the start for Nietzschean philosophy and for a lot of people it s never recovered It all makes for a completely riveting and desperately sad read. Tual and motional life with a novelist's insight and sensitivityShe also produces unforgettable portraits of the people who were most important to him including Richard and Cosima Wagner Lou Salom the femme fatale who broke his heart; and his sister Elizabeth a rabid German nationalist and anti Semite who manipulated his texts and turned the Nietzsche archive into a destination for Nazi ideologues I Am Dynamite is the ssential biography for anyone seeking to understand history's most misunderstood philosoph. I Am Dynamite A Life of Friedrich NietzscheAux s writing keeps the complex periods of history clear asy to read Which only mphasizes the tragedy of thoughts gone wrong These were an motionally crippling couple of pages with Le valeureux guerrier exuisitely concise summaries of Nietzsche s final self published works She includes spoilers on these few pages if you consider lines like Descartes I Think Therefore I Am to be a spoilerThe final pages include Aphorisms as a great tribute Near year by year Chronology from 1844 1935Endnotes citing the sources little to no commentaryA pretty fun sounding Bibliography for book nerdsI d recommend this to fans of Nietzsche his naysayers most of all She reduces him back the mere man he wanted to be removing the legend that his sister painstakingly tried to build up As a result perhaps Nietzsche can finally become impish smile you have to read this book his works to find out My 1st Impressions Video filmed before I read this final review it gives a very brief update to the 1st Impressions less information than this written review The authorxplains the origins of ZarathustraWhy did Nietzsche choose Zarathustra Zarathustra also called Zoroaster was a Persian prophet who probably lived some time between the twelfth and sixth centuries before Christ Zarathustra presented a key to the problem of Snowflakes on the Sea evil that could never be answered by Judaism Christianity or Islam whose all powerful gods were all good In Zoroastrianism the god of light is in constant conflict with the god of darkness andvil At the Wrathful Chaos: Five Books of Satanic Philosophy end of time the god of light will score a final victory but until then he is not in control ofvents Conseuently Zoroastrianism unlike the three great religions of the book scapes the paradox of an all powerful good God who is responsible for what many people take to be unnecessary vilZarathustra s ten years of solitude in the mountains between the ages of thirty and forty might stand for Nietzsche s post Basel decade of independent thinking which was often conducted on high mountains Zarathustra is forty the same age as the writer Nietzsche is when he comes down to be among the people He carries down fire as Prometheus had carried the fire that would transform cultures and civilizations and as the Holy Ghost had carried down tongues of fire at Pentecost Fire bestows upon the chosen ones the nlightened ones the gift of speaking in tongues ie in words that are universally comprehensible It is a synonym for wisdom and for revelation Zarathustra s fire has the specific ability to scorch meaning into the meaninglessness of life following upon the death of God His mouth alone through Nietzsche s will be the first to address the nihilism despair and devaluation of moral life that was reaching its crisis within the context of nineteenth century materialism At the nd of his book he writes Dead are all gods now we want the bermensch to live Thus spoke Zarathustra He sent it to his publisher describing it in his cover letter as a fifth gospel In 1888 Kaiser Wilhelm I had died at last at the age of ninety Seventeen years previously he had accepted the German crown in the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles to Nietzsche s great distress and fear for the imbalance of Europe In the intervening years the Kaiser and his Iron Chancellor Bismarck had famously forged the archconservative and repressive Second Reich on industrialization capitalism unscrupulous Humanism: The Greek Ideal and its Survival expansionism the Protestant Church artistic conservatism and censorship All this had coagulated into one massive congested sclerotic nationalist repressive and authoritarian world power as Nietzsche had feared would happenAs a university student in the late 1880s andarly 90s Harry Kessler Love 2.0 (A Cates Brothers Book, executor Nietzsche s literarystate was part of the Raskolnikov generation those on whom Dostoyevsky s novel Crime and Punishment had a profound ffect Kessler served as witness at the trial of a highborn fellow student who shot and killed his working class girlfriend after which the murderer failed to kill himself because his shot into his own chest was not well aimed It was a nihilist act inspired by Dostoyevsky s book which made an unuantifiable impression on the first post Christian despairing generation A rash of such murders among students overcome by the great disgust the will to nothingness became known as the Raskolnikov ffect after the anti hero in Dostoyevsky s bookThree years after leaving university Kessler felt able to write There is probably no twenty to thirty year old tolerably ducated man in Germany today who does not owe to Nietzsche a part of his worldview or has not been or less influenced by him1893 became an important year during which Nietzsche s work caught on with the artistic avant garde of both Berlin and Paris to wide ffect through painting playwriting poetry and music Scandinavians also set the Nietzschean fireThis would have been astonishing nough to Nietzsche who had so often xpressed his horror at the idea of having disciples but the political tenor of the Nietzsche cult would have horrified him further still The approach of the First World War gave impetus to a bellicose form of Nietzscheism that took the will to power as a moral teaching sanctioning violence and ruthlessness the bermensch as the greatest brute and the blond beast as an incentive toward a racial breeding programNewspaper articles by Nietzsche s anti Semitic fascist sister Elizabeth Desire in Seven Voices encouraged *these twisted interpretationsnthusiastically describing her brother as a friend of warHis sister along with *twisted interpretations nthusiastically describing her brother as a friend of warHis sister along with anti Semitic husband gathered together out of context fragments from Nietzsche s notebooks adding their own ideas as if they were his into a volume titled Triumph of the Will with Nietzsche identified as the author on the cover and the title page This book was agerly adopted by Mussolini as a justification for his fascist nationalism and thirst for war In Germany the Weimar period was a gestation period of #this work hitler and the nazis became admirers #work Hitler and the Nazis became admirers both the book and Elizabeth Philosopher Oswald Spengler made things worse by incorporating Social Darwinism into the alleged beliefs of Nietzsche The misunderstood terms bermensch and master morality served Spengler s purposeSoon after philosopher Martin Heidegger joined the Nazi Party the notorious German professor Alfred B umler who had issued a new The Casa Mono Cookbook edition of The Triumph of the Will oversaw the first book burning in Berlin A film directed by Leni Riefenstah of the 1934 Nuremberg Rally was titled Triumph of the Will as a nod to the influence of the book Of course Hitler never actually read any Nietzsche including the phony Triumph of the Will but simply saw it as useful propaganda On her deathbed in 1935 Elizabeth had Hitler s Mein Kampf read to her aloud Hitler attended her funeral When asked for recommendations by those unversed in philosophy I most commonly recommend Plato and Nietzsche Both arenduringly popular Both are immediately accessible Though often misinterpreted both also describe the antipodes of Western philosophy the metaphysical and the anti metaphysical the classical religious and the modern secular idealsAs the Church has misappropriated Plato for its purposes so much of the abuse of Friedrich Nietzsche 1844 1900 stemmed from the decades of control of his state by his racist sister Elisabeth 1846 1935 and her increasingly Nazi ntourage This has been substantially rectified for American readers by the republication of his works unsullied by her self serving ministrations by such translators and biographers as W Kaufmann and RJ Hollingdale Now with S Prideaux s current biography such reconstructions of this man have attained a greater completenessWhile Kaufmann the one most responsible for the reintroduction of Nietzsche to the English reading public produced a magisterial biography of the philosopher in 1950 rev 1968 his mphasis was on the volution of Nietzsche s writing and ideas Prideaux s particular virtue is in having provided a very readable and fully fleshed portrait of the man and tho. Tzsche wrote that all philosophy is autobiographical and in this vividly compelling myth shattering biography Sue Prideaux brings readers into the world of this brilliant ccentric and deeply troubled man illuminating the vents and people that shaped his life and work From his placid devoutly Christian upbringing overshadowed by the mysterious death of his father through his teaching career lonely philosophizing on high mountains and heart breaking descent into madness Prideaux documents Nietzsche's intellec.


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