This important essay by Friedrich Georg Jünger offers a critical but not polemical reflection on Nietzsche's philosophy. His thoughts unfold without rhetoric, clearly and in a pleasant way. For the author, there are only three works of the philosopher that can be considered true masterpieces of philosophy: The birth of tragedy, Thus spoke Zarathustra and The will to power. Jünger is not interested in the Nietzsche writer of aphorisms and contemplates with great distrust the Nietzsche psychologist and critic of the moral. For him, his work is characterized by uniting dissimilar things: philosophy and poetry, analysis and clairvoyance, coexist with a tension between rationality, which tends to establish limits, and a totalizing look, which looks at everything from his watchtower.
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