In summing up the crucial change of perspective expressed in Human, All Too Human, Nietzsche used the following words in his later work Ecce Homo:
Human, All Too Human is a memorial of a crisisâ¦. [W]ith this book I liberated myself from that in my nature which did not belong to me. Idealism does not belong to meâ¦realities were altogether lacking in my knowledge, and the âidealitiesâ were worth damn all! A downright burning thirst seized hold of me: thenceforward I pursued in fact nothing other than physiology, medicine, and natural science.
This is an essential work for anyone who wishes to understand Nietzscheâs incisive critique of Western culture and values.
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