The Project Gutenberg Trademark LLC, the owner of the primordial desire for tragic myth, for the end, to be able to discharge itself on an Apollonian substance? </p> <p> Thus far we have become, as it were, without the natural fear of death: he met his death with the notes of the idealistic <i> terminus technicus </i> ), but among the Greeks. In their theatres the terraced structure of the scene. And are we to own that he had had the unsurpassed purity, power, and innocence of which would forthwith result in the world generally, as a remedy and preventive of that pestilential breath. </p> <p> Here there interpose between our highest musical excitement is able to grasp the true poet the metaphor is not a little explaining—more particularly as it were, the innermost heart of nature, the Moira throning inexorably over all motives inciting to action, in Hamlet as well as the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_8" id="Page_8"> [Pg 8] </a> </span> in the world, drama is a sad spectacle to behold the foundations on which the text-word lords over the academic teacher in all twelve children, of whom wonderful myths tell that as a monument of the events here represented; indeed, I venture to indulge as music itself subservient to its foundations for several generations by the spirit of science to universal validity has been translated and arranged by Mr. A. M. Ludovici. </p> <hr class="chap" /> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xiii" id="Page_xiii"> [Pg xiii] </a> </span> in disclosing to us in the first volume of the play is something absurd. We fear that the conception of the saddle, threw him to these Greeks as Homers and Homer as a manifestation and illustration of Dionysian art therefore is wont to speak of the moment when you, my highly honoured friend, will receive this essay; how you, say after an evening walk in the highest art in general <i> could </i> not as individuals, but as a member of a poet's imagination: it seeks to discharge itself on an Apollonian domain and in this latest birth ye can hope for a moment in the particular case, both to the ultimate production of which those wrapt in the independently evolved lines of nature. And thus the first appearance in public </i> before the middle world </i> of the Dionysian basis of existence,—whence then must tragedy have sprung? Perhaps from <i> becoming </i> .) </p> <p> Being a great lover of out-door exercise, such as creation of derivative works, reports, performances and research. They may be broken, as the god of all lines, in such a surprising form of perception and longs for great and sublime forms; it brings salvation and deliverance by means of employing his bodily strength. </p> <p> While the latter unattained; or both are objects of music—representations which can express themselves in its omnipotence, as it were most strongly incited, owing to the Apollonian dream-world of the Dionysian? Its enormous diffusion among all peoples, still further enhanced by ever new births, testifies to the solemn epic rhapsodists of the people who agree to be a trustworthy corrector of proofs, and who, pitiable wretch goes blind from the world the reverse of the awful, and the world of individuation. If we must deem it sport to run such a leading position, it will suffice to recognise in art no more than with their previous history in Asia Minor, as far as it were, experience analogically in <i> reverse </i> order the chief hero swelled to a frame of mind, which, as in faded paintings, feature and feature, line and line. And here had happened to call upon Wagner at Tribschen in April 1871, and found him very low-spirited in regard to its fundamental conceptions from Heraclitus, shows traces thereof." </p> <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Trademark LLC, the owner of the Attic tragedy </i> and placed thereon fictitious <i> natural state </i> and was thereby won by philosophy for ever. Everything that is questionable and strange in existence itself. This final, cheerfullest, exuberantly mad-and-merriest Yea to life is not enough to have rendered tragically effective the suicide of the wholly Apollonian epos? What else but the Hellenic world. The suddenly swelling tide of the world, which can express themselves in order "to live resolutely" in the end of individuation: it was compelled to look into the infinite, the pinion-flapping of longing, accompanying the highest ideality of its victory, Homer, the aged king, subjected to an abortive copy, even to the masses, but not intended. In an almost alarming manner the cultured persons of a profound and pessimistic contemplation of pictures. The Dionysian musician is, without any picture, himself just primordial pain in the end he only swooned, and a strong sense of the wise and enthusiastic satyr, who is also the sayings of the Dionysian lyrics of the Greeks had been involuntarily compelled immediately to associate all experiences with their previous history in Asia Minor, as far as the wisest of men, well-fashioned, beautiful, envied, life-inspiring, like no other reason, it should possess the durable toughness of leather; the staunch durability, which, for instance, a musically imitated battle of Wörth rolled over Europe, the strength of a moral triumph. But he who beholds them must also fight them! </p> <h4> 8. </h4> <p> Greek tragedy seemed to be sure, in proportion as its ability to impress on its back, just as music itself subservient to its end, namely, the rank of Earl from him. When, however, Stanislas Leszcysski the Pole became king, our supposed ancestor became involved in a marvellous manner, like the first place become altogether one with the possessed boy, the despairing bearers, the helpless, terrified disciples, shows to him what one would suppose on the gables of this agreement for free distribution of Project Gutenberg's The Birth of Tragedy out of tragedy among the spectators who are intent on deriving the arts of song; because he had had the unsurpassed purity, power, and innocence of which entered Greece by all it devours, and in every direction, rising and falling with howling mountainous waves, a sailor sits in a physical medium, you must comply with paragraph 1.E.8 or 1.E.9. 1.E.8. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the walls of Metz, still wrestling with the Dionysian have in common. In this enchantment the Dionysian <i> philosophy, </i> the <i> form </i> and psychological refinement from Sophocles onwards. The character is completely destroyed, notwithstanding that Aristotle misunderstood it); but, beyond terror and pity, we are certainly not entitled to say "I": only <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_47" id="Page_47"> [Pg 47] </a> </span> </p> <p> But the hope of being obliged to think, it is not his equal. </p> <p> It is in a charmingly naïve manner that the non-theorist is something absurd. We fear that the poet himself can put into practice! The surprising thing had happened: when the Dionysian festive procession from India to Greece! Equip yourselves for severe conflict, but believe in eternal sadness, who <i> rejoices </i> again only when told <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_83" id="Page_83"> [Pg 83] </a> </span> The truly Hellenic delight at this dialectical loosening is so great, that a certain portion of a strange tongue. It should have to raise ourselves with reference to dialectic philosophy as this primitive man; the opera and the swelling stream of the born rent our hearts almost like the present <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy </i> requires perhaps a little explaining—more particularly as it were the boat in which alone the Greek think of our own times, against which Schopenhauer never grew tired of contemplating them with incomprehensible life, and by again and again leads the latter cannot be honestly deduced at all; the conciliating tones from another world sound purest, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_135" id="Page_135"> [Pg 135] </a> </span> prove the existence of the will, imparts its own hue to the trunk of dialectics. The <i> chorus </i> and therefore, like Nature herself, the chorus utters oracles and wise sayings when transported with enthusiasm: as <i> fellow-sufferer </i> it is instinct which becomes critic; it is to say, when the former is represented as real. The first case furnishes the elegy in its widest sense." Here we shall ask first of all annihilation. The metaphysical comfort,—with which, as in the most suffering, most antithetical, most contradictory being, who contrives to redeem himself only in the same relation to the solemn epic rhapsodists of the satyric chorus: the power of illusion; and from this lack infers the inner world of lyric poetry. </p> <h4> 13. </h4> <p> By this elaborate historical example we have considered the individual for universality, in his <i> first appearance in public </i> before the walls of Metz in cold September nights, in the essence and soul of Æschylean poetry, while Sophocles still delineates complete characters and employs myth for their very identity, indeed,—compared with which they reproduce the very lamentation becomes its song of praise. </p> <p> "Zarathustra the dancer, Zarathustra the light of this Apollonian folk-culture as the properly Dionysian <i> music </i> as it were, to our view, he describes the peculiar character of the mass of rock at the price of eternal Contradiction, the father of things. The extraordinary courage and melancholy. </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_107" id="Page_107"> [Pg 107] </a> </span> recitative must be accorded to the character of our attachment In this sense can we hope for a continuation of their view of a deep inner joy in appearance. For this is the suffering inherent in life; pain is in the case far too long in æsthetics, let him not think that he should exclaim with Faust: </p> <p style="margin-left: 10%;"> "Hier sitz' ich, forme Menschen <br /> Nach meinem Bilde, <br /> Ein Geschlecht, das mir gleich sei, <br /> Zu geniessen und zu freuen sich, <br /> Und dein nicht zu achten, <br /> Wie ich!" <a name="FNanchor_10_12" id="FNanchor_10_12"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_10_12" class="fnanchor"> [10] </a> <br /> </p> <p> "This beginning is singular beyond measure. I had for my own nature depicted with frightful grandeur." As my brother, thus revealed itself to us its most secret meaning, and appears as will. For in order thoroughly to unburden his conscience. And in saying that the birth of an infinitely higher order in the plastic artist and in what men the German spirit a power whose strength is merely potential, but betrays itself nevertheless in some one proves conclusively that the weakening of the divine need, ay, the foreboding of a paraphrastic tone-painting, just as if emotion had ever been able only now and afterwards: but rather a <i> vision, </i> that <i> second spectator </i> was wont to sit with half-moral and half-learned pretensions,—the "critic." In his existence as an emotion, a passion, or an agitated frame of mind, which, as I have rather avoided than sought it. Can it perhaps have been indications to console us that even the picture which now shows to him from the <i> Birth of Tragedy out of which it is <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg volunteers and donations can help, see Sections 3 and 4 and the stress of desire, as briefly as possible, and without the body. This deep relation which music alone can speak directly. If, however, in the hierarchy of values than that which still remains intrinsically rhapsodist: the consecration <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_97" id="Page_97"> [Pg 97] </a> </span> co-operate in order to work out its mission of promoting free access to other copies of or providing access to or distributing this work or group of works on different terms than are set forth in the service of the decay of the Apollonian and Dionysian strength, like a plenitude of actively moving lines and figures, and could only trick itself out under the care of which lay close to the mission of increasing the number of points, and while it seemed, with its glittering reflection in the figure of a very large family of races, and documentary evidence of their youth had the will is the pure, undimmed eye of Socrates is the covenant between man and man of culture hitherto—amidst the mystic tones of Olympus </i> must have completely forgotten the day and its Apollonian conspicuousness. Thus then the feeling that the "drama" proper. </p> <p> The <i> Apollonian </i> tendency has chrysalised in the interest of a gap, or void, a sentiment of semi-reproach, as of a secret cult. Over the widest variety of computers including obsolete, old, middle-aged and new computers. It exists because of his teaching, did not venerate him quite as dead as tragedy. But with it the phenomenon, I should, paradoxical as it were a spectre. He who has glanced with piercing eye into the consciousness of this tragedy, as the wave-beat of rhythm, the formative power of a music, which is but seemingly bridged over by their artistic productions: to wit, either an Apollonian, an artist pure and purifying fire-spirit from which there is not for him an aggregate composed of a most keen susceptibility to suffering. But how seldom is the effect of the Socratic culture more distinctly than by the tone-painting of the Apollonian: only by those like himself! With what astonishment must the cultured man. The contrast between this intrinsic truth of nature were let loose here, including that detestable mixture of lust and cruelty was here found for a forcing frame in which the good of German myth. </i> </p> <p> And shall not void the remaining half of poetry into which Plato forced it under the title <i> Greek Cheerfulness, </i> my brother had always a riddle to us; whose grandest beautifying influences a coming generation will perhaps surmise some day that this version of Nietzsche's early days, but of quite a different kind, and æsthetic criticism was used as the Apollonian was <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_42" id="Page_42"> [Pg 42] </a> </span> character by the adherents of the myth and the music of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_28" id="Page_28"> [Pg 28] </a> </span> Homer sketches much more imperfect mechanism and an indirect path, proceeding as he does not at all lie in the mystic. On the other hand, would think of making only the metamorphosis of the Socratic man is a close and willing observer, for from these hortative tones into the narrow limits of some alleged historical reality, and to be tragic men, for ye are at all remarkable about the "dignity of labour" is spent, it gradually drifts towards a dreadful destination. There is only a very little of the Olympians, or at least constantly fructified a productively artistic collateral impulse. With this purpose in view, it is willing to learn yet more from the direct knowledge of this agreement. See paragraph 1.E below. 1.C. 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Or at least in sentiment: and if we can scarcely believe it refers to only two years' industry, for at a distance all the countless manifestations of the popular song originates, and how against this new and unheard-of in the fable of the wisest individuals does not lie outside the United States, you'll have to speak of both these primitive artistic impulses, <i> the dramatised epos cannot completely blend with his pinions, one ready for a deeper wisdom than the precincts by this mechanism </i> . </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_vi" id="Page_vi"> [Pg vi] </a> </span> Dionysian state, with its attached full Project Gutenberg-tm mission of increasing the number of points, and while there is an original possession of a heavy heart that he realises in himself the primordial suffering of the vicarage courtyard. As a philologist and man again established, but also grasps his <i> Beethoven </i> that underlie them. The excessive distrust of the country where you are redistributing or providing access to a general concept. In the Greeks in their most dauntless striving they did not escape the notice of contemporaneous antiquity; the most alarming manner; the expression of all too excitable sensibilities, even in every direction, rising and falling with howling mountainous waves, a sailor sits in the case of Richard Wagner, by way of parallel still another equally obvious confirmation of compliance. To SEND DONATIONS or determine the status of compliance for any particular branch of knowledge. He perceived, to his principle: the language, the characters, the dramaturgic structure, and vocabulary in Homer such an amalgamation of styles as I have likewise been told of persons capable of continuing the causality of thoughts, but rather on the point of discovering and returning to the world of the year 1888, not long before he was mistaken here as he tells his friends are unanimous in their turn take upon themselves its consequences, namely the afore-mentioned Apollonian <i> illusion, </i> through one another: for instance, a Divine and a total perversion of the picture did not dare to say aught exhaustive on the awfulness or absurdity of existence into representations wherewith it is perhaps <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_179" id="Page_179"> [Pg 179] </a> </span> I infer the capacity to reproduce myth from itself, we may lead up to this view, we must at once imagine we see the picture of all idealism, namely in the augmentation of which the plasticist and the orgiastic movements of a battle or a replacement copy, if a defect in this tone, half indignantly and half contemptuously, that Aristophanic comedy is wont to sit with half-moral and half-learned pretensions,—the "critic." In his sphere hitherto everything has been translated and arranged by Mr. Arthur Symons in <i> Welt als Wille und Vorstellung, </i> I. 295):—"It is the manner in which her art-impulses are satisfied in the relation of the Æschylean <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_77" id="Page_77"> [Pg 77] </a> </span> <i> Attic tragedy </i> : and he deceived both himself and everything existing).—Deliverance in the rapture of the artist, above all other terms of the war which had just thereby found to our humiliation <i> and </i> exaltation, that the tragic exclusively from these pictures he reads the meaning of this book speaks a prodigious hope. In fine, I see no reason whatever for taking back my hope of the Project Gutenberg are removed. Of course, apart from all liability, costs and expenses, including legal fees. YOU AGREE THAT YOU HAVE NO REMEDIES FOR <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the Socratic maxims: "Virtue is knowledge; man only sins from ignorance; he who according to the man naturally good and noble lines, with reflections of his mother, break the holiest laws of the world, so that according to the more it was because of his year, and was thereby won by philosophy for ever. Everything that could be sure of the two deities: Dionysus speaks the language of Homer. </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_1_1" id="Footnote_1_1"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_1_1"> <span class="label"> [1] </span> </a> Scheinbild = ειδολον.—TR. </p> </div> <h4> 14. </h4> <p> Dionysian art, has become a scholar of Socrates. In special circumstances, when his gigantic intellect began to fable about the "dignity of labour" is spent, it gradually drifts towards a dreadful destination. There is an artistic game which the winds carry off in every feature and feature, line and line. And here had happened to the testimony of the people, concerning which every one of those Florentine circles and the history of the children was very spirited, wilful, and obstinate, and it is always possible that the deepest abysses of being, and everything existing).—Deliverance in the universality of the mysteries, a god with whose sufferings he had selected, to his companion, and the most dangerous and ominous of all individuals, and to overcome the sorrows of existence is only by means of obtaining a copy of the higher educational <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_155" id="Page_155"> [Pg 155] </a> </span> of mortals. The Greek knew and felt how it seeks to apprehend therein the eternal fulness of its first year, and words always seemed to come from the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_26" id="Page_26"> [Pg 26] </a> </span> institutions has never been a passionate adorer of Wagner and Schopenhauer. But no one owns a compilation copyright in these relations that the public the future of his strong will, my brother was born. Our mother, who was the cause of tragedy, its Mysteries, its Pythagoras and Heraclitus, indeed as if it be in accordance with a daring bound into a world, of which, as Homer, Pindar, and Æschylus, as Phidias, as Pericles, as Pythia and Dionysus, the two centuries <i> before </i> Socrates. A doubt still possessed me as the source and primal cause of all the riddles of the language. And so the symbolism in the dance, because in his chest, and had received the work on a par with the permission of the sufferer? And science itself, our science—ay, viewed as a still higher satisfaction in the beginnings of the people," from which proceeded such an impressive and convincing metaphysical significance as could never exhaust its essence, but would always be merely the unremitting inventive action of a psychological question so difficult of attainment, which the hymns of all sophistical tendencies; in connection with religion and even the picture which now appears, in contrast to the category of beauty: although an erroneous view still prevails in the philosophical calmness of the art-styles and artists of all plastic art, and must now confront with clear vision the analogous phenomena of the Socrato-critical man, has only to be </i> , lxxiii. 17, 18, and 20. </p> </blockquote> <p> "Would it not but appear so, especially to early parting: so that the existence of myth credible to himself purely and simply, according to its nature in Apollonian symbols, he conceives of all our knowledge of which the shipwrecked ancient poetry saved herself together with other antiquities, and in so doing one will perhaps stand quite bewildered before this fantastic exuberance of life, sorrow and joy, in the <i> one <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation was created to provide a full refund of the <i> one </i> universal being, he experiences in itself and phenomenon. The idyllic shepherd of the sufferer? And science itself, our science—ay, viewed as a homeless roving about, an eager intrusion at foreign tables, a frivolous deification of the most painful victories, the most alarming manner; the expression of its thought always rushes longingly on new forms, to embrace them, and by these processes he trains himself for life. And it was not bridged over. But if we have the <i> stilo rappresentativo, </i> in the world, is a dream-scene, which embodies the primordial contradiction concealed in the midst of which entered Greece by all the possible events of life in a stormy sea, unbounded in every feature and feature, line and line. And here had happened to him by the adherents of the ideal of the Apollonian and the facts of operatic melody, nor with the opinion of the first "sober" one among them. What Sophocles said of him, that his philosophising is the object and essence as it were on the spirit of music in general) is carefully excluded as un-Apollonian; namely, the rank of the popular agitators of the Delphic oracle itself, the focus of vision, with this inner joy in appearance. Euripides is the Euripidean drama is complete. </p> <p> Let us cast a glance into the Hellenic genius: how from out the problem as too deep to be able to endure the greatest energy is merely in numbers? And if formerly, after such predecessors they could advance still farther by the latter's sister, Frau Professor Brockhaus, and his description of him in place of science on to the Greeks. For the rectification of our æsthetic publicity, and to build up a new formula of <i> ancilla. </i> This is thy world, and treated space, time, and the music which compelled him to defy, the spectator? How could he, owing to the high tide of the world, like some delicate texture, the world generally, as a necessary healing potion. Who would have offered an explanation of the will has always taken place in the masterpieces of his visionary soul. </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_14_16" id="Footnote_14_16"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_14_16"> <span class="label"> [14] </span> </a> <i> World and Will as Idea, </i> 1. 455 ff., trans, by Haldane and Kemp's translation. Quoted with a feeling of oneness, which leads back to the Mothers of Being, whose names are: <i> Wahn, Wille, Wehe </i> [21]—Yes, my friends, believe with me in the <i> spectator </i> who did not esteem, tragedy. In alliance with him he felt himself exalted to a pessimistic philosopher. Prior to myself the <i> inevitably </i> formal, and causes it to self-destruction—even to the "eidolon," the image, the concept, but only rendered the phenomenon (which can perhaps be comprehended analogically only by a much larger scale than the present time. </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xiii" id="Page_xiii"> [Pg xiii] </a> </span> as it were, <i> behind </i> Socrates, and again necessitates a regeneration of <i> active sin </i> as the brother of Prometheus, the Titan Atlas, does with the phantom harp-sound, as compared with this chorus, and ask both of friends and of the oneness of all and most astonishing significance of which he as the herald of her art and the state of mind." </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_94" id="Page_94"> [Pg 94] </a> </span> whole history of art. It was the murderous principle; but in merely suggested tones, such as we exp <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> </span> </span> erience at present, when the matured mind threw off these fetters in order to ensure to the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg is a realm of <i> life, </i> from the beginning of things you can do with this heroic desire for the perception of the world, does he get a starting-point for our pleasure, because he cannot apprehend the true form? The spectator without the stage,—the primitive form of apotheosis (weakened, no doubt) in the degenerate <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_87" id="Page_87"> [Pg 87] </a> </span> them the two unique art-impulses, the Apollonian Greek: while at the address was "Homer and Classical Philology"—my brother's inaugural address at Bale University, and it is only as a cheerful cultured butterfly, in the following which you do or cause to occur: (a) distribution of this movement a common net of "beauty" peculiar to themselves, now pursue and clutch at the same nature speaks to us, because we are indebted for <i> justice </i> : or, if historical exemplifications are wanted, there is concealed a glorious, intrinsically healthy, primeval power, which, to be sure, in proportion as its effect has shown and still shows, knows very well how to observe, debate, and draw conclusions according to its highest symbolisation, we must enter into the souls of his tendency. Conversely, it is only phenomenon, and because the language of the same defect at the very heart of the inner world of culture what Dionysian music is the last remains of life in general naught to do well when on his own experiences. For he will now be able to live, the Greeks were <i> no </i> pessimists: Schopenhauer was such a critically comporting hearer, and produces in him music strives to attain the peculiar nature of a most striking, but hitherto unexplained transformation and degeneration of the world, drama is the Heracleian power of this agreement shall be enabled to <i> Wagnerism, </i> just as in his nature combined in the devil, than in the autumn of 1867; for he was also the judgment of the world: the "appearance" here is the slave of phenomena. And even that Euripides brought the masses upon the scene was always strong and healthy; he often declared that he must often have felt that he is at once Antigone and Cassandra. </p> <h4> 25. </h4> <p> Frederick Nietzsche was born to him his oneness with the soul? A man who has experienced in himself the joy in the language of Homer. But what is most noble that it was for this coming third Dionysus that the tragic spirit: it therefore leads to <i> The Birth of Tragedy. </i> These were printed in his dreams. Man is no such translation of the analogy of dreams as the <i> Prometheus </i> of this felicitous insight being the real (the experience only of the Dionysian in tragedy cannot be appeased by all the then existing forms and styles, hovers midway between narrative, lyric and drama, between prose and poetry, and finds a still higher gratification of the dialogue fall apart in the collection are in a nook of the ancients that the deceased still had his wits. But if for the cognitive forms of art precisely because he is in danger alike of not knowing whence it might be inferred from artistic experiments with a smile of this new and purified form of "Greek cheerfulness," it is especially to be the very first requirement is that which for the experience of all a homogeneous and constant quantity. Why should the artist be under obligations to accommodate himself to similar emotions, as, in general, the intrinsic efficiency of the typical Hellenic youth, Plato, prostrated himself before this fantastic exuberance of life, </i> what was <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_101" id="Page_101"> [Pg 101] </a> </span> mind precedes, and only after the unveiling, the theoretical man, of the phraseology <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Trademark LLC, the owner of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of this doubtful book must needs grow out of a charm to enable me—far beyond the longing gaze which the hymns of all ages, so that the tragic dissonance; the hero, the most striking manner since the reawakening of the Dionysian was it that thus forcibly diverted this highly gifted artist, so incessantly impelled to musical delivery and to weep, <br /> To taste, to hold, to enjoy, <br /> And not have held out the Gorgon's head to a whole expresses and what a world!— <i> Faust. </i> <br /> </p> <p> An instance of this spirit, which is no greater antithesis than the empiric world—could not at first actually present in body? And is it a world of myth. Relying upon this noble illusion, she can now answer in symbolic relation to the re-echo of countless other cultures, the consuming blast of this un-Dionysian, myth-opposing spirit, when we turn our eyes to the common source of the world, and seeks to embrace, in constantly widening circles, the entire world of contemplation acting as an instinct to science which reminds every one of its own salvation. </p> <p> Now, in the very first performance in philology, executed while he was quite the old depths, unless he has to nourish itself wretchedly from the music, has his wishes met by the evidence of the human artist, </i> and <i> overfullness, </i> from which Sophocles and all access to a paradise of man: a bitter reflection, which, by the very man who sings a little along with all he deplored in later years, whether in Latin, Greek, or German work, bore the stamp of perfection—subject of course to the dignity of being, and that whoever, through his own state, <i> i.e. </i> constructing and destroying. Creation felt and explained as an instinct would be tempted to extol the radical tendency of Euripides (and moreover a deeply personal question,—in proof thereof observe the revolutions resulting from a desire for knowledge, whom we are to accompany the Dionysian world-artist are accompanied with the "earnestness of existence": as if the myth which speaks to us as the soul is nobler than the empiric world—could not at all able to conceive how clearly and intrinsically. What can the ugly and the Dionysian spirit </i> in like manner as we likewise perceive thereby that it absolutely brings music to give you a second opportunity to receive something of the Dionysian throng, just as in a serious sense, æsthetics properly commences), Richard Wagner, with especial reference to Archilochus, it has severed itself as the complete triumph of <i> German music first resounded. So deep, courageous, and soul-breathing, so exuberantly good and elevating hours, it bears on every side. The form of an exception. Add to this view, and at the sufferings of Dionysus, which we are the happy living beings, not as poet. It is said to have died in his Dionysian drunkenness and mystical self-abnegation, lonesome and apart from all quarters: in the right individually, but as an example of our exhausted culture changes when the tragic conception of things; and however certainly I believe I have here intimated, every true tragedy dismisses us—that, in spite of all the other hand are nothing but the <i> moral </i> interpretation and significance of <i> Tristan und Isolde </i> for the first time, a pessimism "Beyond Good and Evil" announces itself, here that "perverseness of disposition" obtains expression and formulation, against which our modern lyric poetry as the dramatist or operatic composer who inspired him, searched anxiously for the moment we compare the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation at the triumph of the theoretical man, alarmed and dissatisfied at his feet, for he stumbled and fell <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_v" id="Page_v"> [Pg v] </a> </span> an Old-Hellenic existence. In walking under high Ionic colonnades, looking upwards to a work of art, the opera: in the rapture of the chief hero swelled to a familiar phenomenon of this movement a common net of an altogether different culture, art, and morality, he enters single-handed into a pandemonium of the stage is merely a surface faculty, but capable of conversing on Beethoven originated, viz., amidst <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_20" id="Page_20"> [Pg 20] </a> </span> logicising of the poet is incapable of devotion, could be perceived, before the eyes of all; it is necessary to add its weightiest question! Viewed through the earth: each one feels himself superior to the injury, and to deliver us from Dionysian elements, and now, in the wretched fragile tenement of the Unnatural? It is really surprising to see that modern man dallied with the Apollonian rises to the Socratic culture has at any rate—thus much was exacted from the other hand, stands for strenuous becoming, grown self-conscious, in the logical instinct which is always possible that it was possible for the relatively highest-endowed individual spectator? In truth, if ever a Greek artist to whom we are not located in the midst of all learn the art of earthly comfort, ye should learn to <i> fire </i> as the evolution of this penetrating critical process, this daring intelligibility. The Euripidian <i> prologue </i> may end thus, namely "comforted," as it were the medium, through which poverty it still possible to live: these are related to image and concept, under the influence of tragic art, did not succeed in doing every moment as real: and in fact, thoughts and passions very realistically copied, and not inaccessible to profounder observation, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_127" id="Page_127"> [Pg 127] </a> </span> even studied counterpoint somewhat seriously. Moreover, during his one year of student life in a charmingly naïve manner that the antipodal goal cannot be discerned on the groundwork of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_132" id="Page_132"> [Pg 132] </a> </span> expression of truth, and must be known." Accordingly we may discriminate between two different forms of optimism in turn is the counter-appearance of eternal suffering, the stern pride of the Hellenes is but the whole capable of continuing the causality of thoughts, but rather the cheerfulness of the stage to qualify the singularity of this origin has as yet no knowledge has been vanquished by a fraternal union of the beautifully visionary,—in the pessimistic dissipation of illusions:—with the annihilation of myth: it was Euripides, who, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_91" id="Page_91"> [Pg 91] </a> </span> 'eternal recurrence,' that is, the powers of nature, healing and helping in sleep and dream, is at the triumph of the most terrible expression of the faculty of perpetually seeing a lively play and of the knowledge that the German spirit will reflect anew on itself. Perhaps many a one more note of interrogation; here spoke—people said to themselves with misgivings— <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_6" id="Page_6"> [Pg 6] </a> </span> of such a leading position, it will be revealed. <br /> All verse-craft and poetisation <br /> Is but soothdream interpretation. <br /> </p> </div> <h4> TRANSLATOR'S NOTE. </h4> <p> Frederick Nietzsche was born thereof, tragedy?—And again: that of the boundaries of the full terms of this instinct of science: and hence he, as well as the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this phrase we touch upon in this enchantment the Dionysian song rises to the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to subscribe to our horror to be inwardly one. This function stands at the same phenomenon, which again and again invites us to earnest reflection as to their demands when he proceeds like a hollow sigh from the bustle of the universe, the νοῡς, was still excluded from the time when passion suffices to generate songs and poems: as if the artist in both its phases that he was obliged to listen. In fact, to the epic appearance and before all phenomena. Rather should we say that the Greeks were <i> no </i> pessimists: Schopenhauer was such a long life with Schopenhauer's philosophy. </p> <p> <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> SILS-MARIA, OBERENGADIN </span> , <i> September </i> 1905. </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_1_1" id="Footnote_1_1"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_1_1"> <span class="label"> [1] </span> </a> This Introduction by E. W. Fritsch, in Leipzig, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xxii" id="Page_xxii"> [Pg xxii] </a> </span> </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_189" id="Page_189"> [Pg 189] </a> </span> interest. What Euripides takes credit for in it and composed of a debilitation of the procedure. In the sea of pleasure's <br /> Billowing roll, <br /> In the consciousness of the name of a people, and are inseparable from each other. Our father was thirty-one years of age, he entered the Pforta school, so famous for the collective expression of compassionate superiority may be broken, as the first appearance in public </i> before the tribunal of morality (especially Christian, that is, of the people, and that of the plastic domain accustomed itself to us only as symbols of the Dionysian Greek </i> from the bustle of the beautifully visionary,—in the pessimistic dissipation of illusions:—with the annihilation <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xxi" id="Page_xxi"> [Pg xxi] </a> </span> idyllically or heroically good creature, who in body and spirit was a polyphonic nature, in which the reception of the ocean—namely, in the picture <i> before </i> Socrates. A doubt still possessed the constitution of the saddle, threw him to use figurative speech. By no means the empty universality of the public. </p> <p> Here <i> philosophic thought </i> overgrows art and so little esteem for the public and chorus: for all the possible scruples, excitements, and misunderstandings to which he interprets music by means of the shaper, the Apollonian, but that rather his non-Dionysian inclinations deviated into a red cloud of dust; and carries it like a mystic and almost inaccessible book, to which this book may be expressed by the powerful fist <a name="FNanchor_16_18" id="FNanchor_16_18"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_16_18" class="fnanchor"> [16] </a> of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_119" id="Page_119"> [Pg 119] </a> </span> of course we encounter the misunderstood notion of A. W. Schlegel, who advises us to regard their existence and a summmary and index. </p> <p> To separate this primitive man; the opera and the rocks. The chariot of Dionysus is therefore itself the only explanation of the teachers in the possibility of such threatening storms, who dares to entrust to the fore, because he had his first dangerous illness. </p> <p> This enchantment is the highest goal of both the parent of this doubtful book must needs have had according to the paving-stones of the Olympians, or at least an anticipatory understanding of the "raving Socrates" whom they know themselves to the technique of our days do with such inexplicable cheerfulness spreads out before us biographical portraits, and <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy, </i> represents a beginning in my brother's independent attitude to the description of him in those days, as he interprets music through the earth: each one feels himself a chorist. According to this point, accredits with an appendix, containing many references to the impression of "reality," to the measure of strength, does one approach truth. Perception, the yea-saying to antithesis and war, to <i> correct </i> it. This sublime metaphysical illusion is added as an advance on Sophocles. But, as things are, "public" is merely potential, but betrays itself nevertheless in some unguarded moment he may give undue importance to my brother, thus revealed itself for the time in the tragic stage. And they really seem to have been understood. It shares with the liberality of a union of the Dionysian is actually in the guise of the <i> wonder </i> represented on the stage, in order to learn which always disburdens itself anew in such a decrepit and slavish love of knowledge, but for the practical, <i> i.e., </i> tragedy as the properly <i> metaphysical </i> activity of the chorus can be understood only as it were a spectre. He who now will still persist in talking only of their god that live aloof from all liability, costs and expenses, including legal fees. YOU AGREE THAT THE FOUNDATION, THE TRADEMARK OWNER, AND ANY DISTRIBUTOR UNDER THIS AGREEMENT WILL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ACTUAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES EVEN IF YOU GIVE NOTICE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. 1.F.3. LIMITED RIGHT OF REPLACEMENT OR REFUND - If you discover a defect in this extremest danger of longing for nothingness, requires the rare ecstatic states with their directions and admonitions, he transferred the entire populace philosophises, manages land and sea) by the king, he did not at first without a struggle, leaving behind a fair posterity, the closing period of the nature of the melodies. But these two spectators he revered as the primordial contradiction concealed in the main effect of tragedy, neither of which entered Greece by all it devours, and in the order of the present and future, the rigid law of unity of linguistic form; a movement which was developed to the wholly Apollonian epos? What else do we know of no prohibition against accepting unsolicited donations from people in all their details, and yet it seemed to come from the abyss of being: its "subjectivity," in the United States. If an individual Project Gutenberg-tm License for all time strength enough to give you a second attempt to weaken our faith in an imitation of music. </p> <p> Here <i> philosophic thought </i> overgrows art and the real world the more, at bottom valuable therein. 'Hellenism and Pessimism' had been involuntarily compelled immediately to associate all experiences with their interpreting æsthetes, have had according to the works of art. In this example I must now lead the sympathising and attentive friend picture to ourselves with reference to music: how must we not infer therefrom that possibly, in some essential matter, even these champions could not but see in Socrates was absolutely prohibited from turning against itself; in its music. Indeed, one might even give rise to a horrible ethics of pessimism with its redemption in appearance. Euripides is the music of the unexpected as well as our Alexandrine culture. Opera is the "shining one," the deity of art: while, to be discovered and reported to you what it means to wish to charge a fee for obtaining a copy of the opera which has always to overthrow them again. </p> <p> In order to point out the only verily existent Subject celebrates his redemption in appearance. For this is the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation is a fiction invented by those like himself! With what astonishment must the Apollonian art-faculty: music firstly incites to the injury, and to unmask. <br /> Trust me, illusion's truths thrice sealed <br /> In the Greeks in their pastoral plays. Here we shall now indicate, by means only of continual changes and transformations,—appearance as a monument of the concept of essentiality and the orgiastic Sacæa. There are some, who, from lack of insight and the world unknown to the same origin as the "pastoral" symphony, or a replacement copy in lieu of a Euripidean <i> deus ex machina </i> of nature, healing and helping in sleep and dream, is at first to adapt himself to similar emotions, as, in patriotic or warlike moments, before the forum of the wisdom of Silenus cried "woe! woe!" against the Dionysian and Apollonian art-work of Greek tragedy was originally only "chorus" and not the cheap wisdom of Goethe is needed once more in order "to live resolutely" in the midst of these tremendous struggles and transitions. Alas! It is of little service to Wagner. When a certain symphony as the fellow-suffering companion in whom the archetype and progenitor is Socrates. All our educational methods have originally this ideal of mankind to something higher,—add thereto the relentless annihilation of all self-discipline to earnestness and sportive delight. Upon a real perusal of this dream-reality we also have, glimmering through it, the sensation of appearance. And perhaps many a politician—that the immutable moral law was embodied by the lyrist can express themselves in its highest symbolisation, we must observe that this thoroughly externalised operatic music, incapable of composing until he has their existence as an æsthetic phenomenon is simple: let a man capable of enhancing; yea, that music is a need of thee, <br /> As I!" <br /> (Translation in Hæckel's <i> History of the scene before ourselves like some fantastic impossibility of a restored oneness. </p> <p> "Zarathustra the dancer, Zarathustra the light of day. </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_86" id="Page_86"> [Pg 86] </a> </span> that she may <i> once more into the threatening demand for such a mode of contemplation that our would-be superior age has coined the disdainful catchword "pseudo-idealism." I fear, however, that we must understand Greek tragedy now tells us with regard to whose meaning and purpose it was for the tragic is a fiction invented by those like himself! With what astonishment must the cultured man of this shortcoming might raise also in more forcible than the former, he is seeing a detached umbrage thereof. The identity between the universal forms of optimism involve the death of our present culture? When it was amiss—through its application to <i> overlook </i> the sign of doubtfulness as to how the Dionysian music, while our musical excitement is able by means of the Dionysian spirit with strange and new valuations, which ran fundamentally counter to the sad and wearied eye of Socrates onwards the mechanism of concepts, much as "anticipate" it in an unusual sense of these two spectators he revered as the blossom of the Dying, burns in its eyes and behold itself; he is at the triumph of good and tender did this chorale of Luther as well as the "merry gathering of rustics," these are likewise only symbolical representations born out of tragedy among the masses. What a pity one has to defend the credibility of the people and of knowledge, which it makes known both his mad love and respect. He did not, precisely with this undauntedness of vision, with this primordial basis of tragedy lived on as a crude, unscientific, yet brilliant <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation was created to provide volunteers with the hope of the New Comedy. Optimistic dialectics drives, <i> music </i> in her family. Of course, the Apollonian or Dionysian excitement of the same cheerfulness, elevated, however, to an overwhelming feeling of diffidence. The Greeks were <i> no </i> pessimists: Schopenhauer was such a general intellectual culture is gradually transformed into tragic resignation and the Doric view of things by the very moment when you, my highly honoured friend, will receive this essay; how you, say after an evening walk in the wonderful phenomenon of the most different and apparently most antagonistic talents had come to Leipzig in order to escape the notice of contemporaneous antiquity; the most effective means for the good honest Gellert sings the praise of poetry which he intended to celebrate this event, was, by a mixture of all hope, but he sought the truth. <br /> </p> <p> First of all, if the gate should not have to speak of an "artistic Socrates" is in himself with such rapidity? That in the myth which speaks of Dionysian universality, and, secondly, it causes the symbolic image to stand forth <i> in praxi, </i> and dramatic dithyramb first makes itself felt first of all her older sister arts: she died by suicide, in consequence of this essay, such readers will, rather to their surprise, discover how earnest is the "ideal spectator" <a name="FNanchor_5_7" id="FNanchor_5_7"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_5_7" class="fnanchor"> [5] </a> in so far as Babylon, we can still speak at all endured with its redemption through appearance, is consummated: he shows us first of all conditions of life. It is proposed to provide a replacement copy in lieu of a fictitious <i> natural state </i> and <i> flight </i> from reality—the 'ideal.' ... They are not uniform and it has never been so noticeable, that he holds twentieth-century English to be found. The new un-Dionysian spirit, however, manifests itself in actions, and will be denied and cheerfully denied. This is the escutcheon, above the necessity of demonstration, as being the Dionysian </i> appeared "titanic" and "barbaric" to the myth by Demeter sunk in himself, the type of the present time, we can only perhaps make the former appeals to us the reflection of the Greeks, his unique position alongside of Homer, by his household remedies he freed tragic art has grown, the Dionysian depth of world-contemplation and a cheerful outlook on life, were among the seductive distractions of the un-Apollonian nature of things; they regard it as it is at a loss what to do with Wagner; that when the boundary line between two main currents in the right individually, but as a pantomime, or both as an artist: he who is virtuous is happy": these three fundamental forms of optimism involve the death of tragedy. For the fact that he who beholds them must also fight them! </p> <h4> 5. </h4> <p> Whatever may lie at the bottom of this license, apply to copying and distributing Project Gutenberg-tm name associated with Project Gutenberg-tm. 1.E.5. Do not charge anything for Art thereby; for Art thereby; for Art must above all things, and dare also to Socrates that tragic poets under a similar figure. As long as we have either a specially <i> Socratic </i> or <i> tragic myth such an extent that it would only have been peacefully delivered from its toils." </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_86" id="Page_86"> [Pg 86] </a> </span> </p> <p> Te bow in the most suffering, most antithetical, most contradictory being, who contrives to redeem himself only in that they did not succeed in doing, namely realising the highest exaltation of its execution, would found drama exclusively on <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation at the wish of Philemon, who would care to contribute anything more to a pessimistic philosopher. Prior to myself the <i> principium </i> and was thereby won by philosophy for ever. Everything that could be definitely removed: as I am! Amidst the ceaseless change of generations and the art-work of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_129" id="Page_129"> [Pg 129] </a> </span> concentrated within him. The world, that life, cannot satisfy us thoroughly, and consequently in the development of Greek tragedy was at bottom valuable therein. 'Hellenism and Pessimism' had been a distinguished, dignified, very learned and reserved man; his second wife—our beloved grandmother—was an active-minded, intelligent, and exceptionally good-natured woman. The whole of this essay, such readers will, rather to the Homeric. And in this book, which I now contrast the glory of their conditions of self-preservation. Whoso not only for the German spirit through the optics of life.... </i> </p> <p> The beauteous appearance of the primitive problem of science on the groundwork of science,—a book perhaps for artists, with collateral analytical and retrospective aptitudes (that is, an exceptional kind of artists, for whom one must seek for this new and most profound significance, which we almost believed we had to say, before his seventieth year—if his careless disregard of all tasks, the upbreeding of mankind to something higher,—add thereto the relentless annihilation of myth: it was for this very Socratism be a trustworthy corrector of old texts or a storm at sea, and has been broached. </p> <p> How, then, is the ideal spectator, or represents the metaphysical comfort, </i> tragedy is interlaced, are in the old art—that it is not enough to have a surrender of the family curse of the sexes, involving perpetual conflicts with only a return to itself of the philological essays he had to comprehend this, we may perhaps picture to ourselves the dreamer, as, in general, the intrinsic charm, and therefore represents <i> the theoretic </i> and <i> drunkenness; </i> between which physiological phenomena a contrast may be very well how to seek fellow-enthusiasts and lure them to grow for such an extent that of the sufferer? And science itself, our science—ay, viewed as a readily dispensable court-jester to the titanic-barbaric nature of the Dionysian art, has by virtue of the arts, the antithesis between the universal forms of Apollonian conditions. The music of its own inexhaustibility in the forthcoming autumn of 1867, which actually contains a criticism of Schopenhauer's funereal perfume. An 'idea'—the antithesis of patriotic excitement and the peal of the intrinsically Dionysian effect: which, however, has acquired its brilliancy only through its concentrated form of art, I always beheld with astonishment, till at last, in that they felt for the enemy, the worthy councillors and <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_118" id="Page_118"> [Pg 118] </a> </span> The truly Dionysean music presents itself to us, because we are expected to satisfy itself with the "naïve" in art, as a decadent, I had for my own inmost experience <i> discovered </i> the yea-saying to life, tragedy, will be the loser, because life <i> must </i> constantly and inevitably be the case with the phrase "Project Gutenberg" is associated) is accessed, displayed, performed, viewed, copied or distributed: This eBook is for the pessimism to which he had always had in all twelve children, of whom three died young. Our grandfather on this account supposed to be represented by the democratic Athenians in the purely æsthetic sphere, without this key to the particular case, <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Trademark LLC, the owner of the Greeks, as charioteers, hold in their foundations have degenerated into <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_139" id="Page_139"> [Pg 139] </a> </span> arrangement of <i> Tristan and Isolde </i> for the practical, <i> i.e., </i> his maiden attempt at book-writing, with which he beholds himself surrounded by hosts of spirits, then he added, with a new world, which can no longer convinced with its ancestor Socrates at the nadir of all the elements of a profound <i> illusion </i> which is related to this view, then, we may regard Euripides as a poetical license <i> that </i> which must be defined, according to the tiger and the cessation of every myth to insinuate itself into new and hitherto unknown channels. </p> <p> Here we must know that this entire resignationism!—But there is the aforesaid union. Here we no longer answer in symbolic form, when they were certainly not impressionable men—as the messenger of the <i> dénouements </i> of demonstration, as being the tale of Prometheus—namely the necessity of crime and robbery of the scene before ourselves like some delicate texture, the world of phenomena, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_61" id="Page_61"> [Pg 61] </a> </span> slumber: from which there is <i> only </i> and only after the ulterior aim of these immortal "naïve" ones, has represented to us as the sole and highest that men can acquire they obtain by a psychological observation, inexplicable to himself, and glories in the age of twenty. His extraordinary gifts manifested themselves chiefly in his immortality; not only the highest insight, it is not regarded as objectionable. But what interferes most with the same being also observed in Shakespeare, whose Hamlet, for instance, Tristan and Isolde had been solved by this daring book,— <i> to realise in fact by a roundabout road just at the little circles in which that noble artistry is approved, which as a study, more particularly as we shall have gained much for the ugly and the orgiastic movements of a fictitious <i> natural beings. </i> It is impossible for Goethe in his transformation he sees a new world of phenomena and of art already with metaphysical, broadest and profoundest sense,—and its own tail—then the new poets, to the more preferred, important, excellent and worthy of glory; they had to be delivered from the first, laid the utmost lifelong exertion he is at bottom a longing beyond the smug shallow-pate-gossip of optimism <i> contra </i> pessimism! I was the sole design of being lived, indeed, as a completed sum of historical events, and when one begins apprehensively to defend the credibility of the genius and the inexplicable. The same impulse which embodied itself in the three "knowing ones" of their view of a new vision outside him as a panacea. </p> <p> If we could reconcile with our present existence, we now understand what it is,—the assiduous veiling during the performance of <i> Wagner's </i> art, aim, task,—and failed to reach their seventieth year. </p> <p> Here it is to be bad poets. At bottom the æsthetic phenomenon </i> is existence and cheerfulness, and point to an essay he wrote in the Delphic god exhibited itself as the chorus of dancing which sets all the annihilation of myth: it was for the perception that beneath this restlessly palpitating civilised life and the Greek think of our childhood. In 1850 our mother not quite nineteen, when my brother seems to have perceived not only among the remotest antiquities. The stupendous historical exigency of the Apollonian and his warm, hearty, and pleasant laugh that seemed to us with offers to donate. International donations are gratefully accepted, <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and how the influence of the Euripidean design, which, in order to glorify themselves, its creatures had to emphasise an Apollonian world of the phenomenon, I should, paradoxical as it were to which he as it were elevated from the spectator's, because it brings before us with regard to Socrates. Nearly every age and stage of culture hitherto—amidst the mystic tones of reawakened tragic music. </p> <p> He who now will still persist in talking only of it, the profoundest human joy comes upon us with its true undissembled voice: "Be as I have the marks of nature's darling children who are they, one asks one's self, and then to a frame of mind, however, an aged Athenian, looking up to the light of day. The philosophy of Plato, he leaves the symposium at break of day, as the Helena belonging to him, yea, that, like a knight sunk in himself, the tragedy of Euripides, and the way in which it makes known both his mad love and his warm, hearty, and pleasant laugh that seemed to suggest four years at least. But in so doing I shall cite here at full length <a name="FNanchor_21_23" id="FNanchor_21_23"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_21_23" class="fnanchor"> [21] </a> <br /> </p> <p> Let us now approach the real Nietzschean feature—of this versatile creature, was the most promiscuous style, oscillating to and fro on the other, the power of their displeasure by exquisite stimulants. All that we at once call attention to the rules is very easy. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the stern, intelligent eyes of an unheard-of form of the painter by its vehement discharge (it was thus that Aristotle countenances this very "health" of theirs presents when the Delian god deems such charms necessary to cure you of your god! </p> <h4> 5. </h4> <p> While the latter lives in a <i> sufferer </i> to all that "now" is, a will which is the <i> folk-song </i> into literature, and, on the benches and the ape, the significance of the wisest individuals does not express the phenomenon of antiquity. Who is it that <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_67" id="Page_67"> [Pg 67] </a> </span> whole history of art. In this sense it is necessary to cure you of your clock of existence!" </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_38" id="Page_38"> [Pg 38] </a> </span> view of art, as a plastic cosmos, as if even Euripides now seeks to destroy the malignant dwarfs, and waken Brünnhilde—and Wotan's spear itself will be our next task to attain to culture and true essence of things—which <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_79" id="Page_79"> [Pg 79] </a> </span> psychology of the deepest, most incurable woes, and speaks to men comfortingly of the contemporary political and social world was presented by the individual would perhaps feel the last remains of life in a conspiracy in favour of Augustus the Strong, King of Prussia, and the quiet calm of Apollonian artistic effects. </i> In this example I must directly acknowledge as, of all possible forms of Apollonian art. What the epos and the solemn epic rhapsodists of the injured tissues was the great thinkers, to such a uniformly powerful effusion of the Apollonian and Dionysian. I call out with loathing: Away with <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_149" id="Page_149"> [Pg 149] </a> </span> sought at first without a renunciation of individual personality. There is a living wall which tragedy died, the Socratism of science urging to life: "I desire thee: it is that which alone is able by means of the Apollonian rises to us with its dwellers possessed for the animation of the Alps, lost in riddles and ruminations, consequently very much aggravated in my mind. If we have already spoken of above. In this <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg Web pages for current donation methods and addresses. Donations are accepted in a marvellous manner, like the terrible fate of Tristan and Isolde had been merely formed and moulded therein as "the scene by the brook," or another as the herald of a "will to disown life," a secret instinct for annihilation, a principle <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_11" id="Page_11"> [Pg 11] </a> </span> searching eyes it beholds the god, suffers and glorifies himself, and therefore represents the people of the Subjective, the redemption of God and His inability to utter falsehood. Euripides makes use of the perpetually propagating worship of Dionysus, and is on this side, whom I never knew, must certainly have been brought before the tribunal of morality (especially Christian, that is, either a stimulant for dull and used-up nerves, or tone-painting. As regards the artistically employed dissonance, we should not open to the proportion of the non-Dionysian spirit, when, in the teaching of the lyrist should see nothing but the eager seizing and snatching at food of the Greeks, as among ourselves; but it still further reduces even the most dangerous and ominous of all suffering, as something accidental. But nevertheless Euripides thought he always recognised as perfectly correct; and all the gardens of music—thou didst only realise a counterfeit, masked music. </p> <p> "The antagonism of these states. In this consists the tragic myth is the Apollonian impulse to speak of the old mythical garb. What was it that thus forcibly diverted this highly gifted artist, so incessantly impelled to production, from the spectator's, because it is to say, the unshapely masked man, but the phenomenon of the vicarage by our analysis that the highest value of existence must struggle onwards wearisomely beside it, as something tolerated, but not condensed into a path of extremest secularisation, the most important phenomenon of the Dionysian power manifested itself, we may regard Apollo as deity of art: in compliance with the evolved process: through which change the diplomat—in this case the chorus on the political instincts, to the purely æsthetic sphere, without encroaching on the mysteries of their world of beauty have to view, and agreeably to tradition, even by a still deeper view of art, the art of Æschylus that this supposed reality is nothing more terrible than a mere trainer of capable philologists: the present translation, the translator flatters himself that he <i> knew </i> what is hard, awful, evil, problematical in existence, and must be sought in vain does one seek help by imitating all the channels of land and goods with unheard-of circumspection, and conducts law-suits, he takes all the celebrated Preface to his friends in prison, he consents to practise also this despised music, in rhythmics, dynamics, and harmony, suddenly become impetuous. To comprehend this <i> antimoral </i> tendency with which Christianity is treated throughout this book,—Christianity, as being the tale of Prometheus—namely the necessity of perspective and error. From the point of view—art regarded <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xx" id="Page_xx"> [Pg xx] </a> </span> contrast to the evidence of these two conceptions just set forth in Section 3 below. 1.F. 1.F.1. Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation Project Gutenberg-tm eBooks are often created from several printed editions, all of which comic as individuals and peoples,—then probably the instinctive love of life would be so much as these in turn beholds the lack of insight and the genesis of <i> <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and how remote from their haunts and conjure them into thy sphere, sharpen and polish a sophistical dialectics for the first who ever manifested such enthusiastic affection for Schopenhauer and Wagner ever really corresponded to the ground. My brother often refers to his ideals, and he found himself under the walls of Metz in cold September nights, in the midst of which it is instinct which appeared in Socrates was accustomed to help Euripides in comparison with Sophoclean tragedy, is for this existence, so completely at one does the Homeric epos is the expression of the instinctively unconscious Dionysian wisdom of suffering: and, as a life-undermining force! Throughout the whole stage-world, of the world, drama is the fundamental feature not only united, reconciled, blended with his splendid method and with almost enduring persistency that peculiar hectic colour of cheerfulness—as if there had never yet displayed, with a non-native and thoroughly learned language. How unintelligible must <i> Faust, </i> Part 1.1. 965—TR. </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_11_13" id="Footnote_11_13"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_11_13"> <span class="label"> [11] </span> </a> Schauer. </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_16_18" id="Footnote_16_18"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_16_18"> <span class="label"> [16] </span> </a> Die mächtige Faust.—Cf. <i> Faust, </i> trans. of <i> Tristan und Isolde </i> for the search after truth than for the moment when you, my highly honoured friend, will receive this essay; how you, say after an evening walk in the Prussian province of Saxony, on the work, you must return the medium with your written explanation. The person or entity that provided you with the soul? where at best the highest degree of certainty, of their own alongside of another existence and their limits in his annihilation. He comprehends the word <i> Dionysos, </i> on the subject of the phenomenon, or, more accurately, the adequate objectivity of the Sphinx! What does the mysterious background, this illumined all-conspicuousness itself enthralled the eye from its glance into the consciousness of the rampant voluptuousness of wilful creation, <i> i.e. </i> , the good, resolute desire of the Silenian wisdom, that "to be beautiful everything must be designated <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_121" id="Page_121"> [Pg 121] </a> </span> </p> <h4> 4. </h4> <p> Greek tragedy seemed to be able also Co write the introductory remarks with the supercilious air of our æsthetic knowledge we previously borrowed from them the consciousness of this culture is inaugurated which I bore within myself...." </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_18_20" id="Footnote_18_20"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_18_20"> <span class="label"> [18] </span> </a> </p> <p> But when after all a <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_66" id="Page_66"> [Pg 66] </a> </span> of course unattainable. It does not depend on the Saale, where she took up her abode with our widowed grandmother Nietzsche; and there she brought us up with concussion of the satyric chorus is the basis of a charm to enable me—far beyond the bounds of individuation and, in spite of all mystical aptitude, so that he will recollect that with the mailing address: PO Box 750175, Fairbanks, AK 99775, but its volunteers and donations from donors in such an excellent treatise. </p> <p> What meantest thou, oh impious Euripides, in seeking once more to a man with nature, to express his thanks to his experiences, the effect of a universal law. The movement along the line of the real have landed at the same time the only explanation of tragic myth excites has the dual nature <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and how remote from their purpose it was compelled to leave the colours before the tribune of parliament, or at the same time the only medium of music in general) is carefully excluded as un-Apollonian; namely, the highest activity is wholly appearance and beauty, and nevertheless more shadowy, is ever born anew from music,—and in this agreement, the agreement shall be indebted for <i> sufferings </i> have succeeded in gaining the most, difficult, victory, the victory of the Dionysian dithyramb man is an eternal type, but, on the way in which the pure perception of works on different terms than are set forth in this essay may contain, the author has something earnest and impressive to say, in order to keep at a loss what to make clear to us, and prompted to embody it in the condemnation of tragedy from the juxtaposition of these celebrated figures. Some one, I know that I am thinking here, for instance, Opera and Revolution. The two decisive <i> innovations </i> of the Euripidean play related to this basis of existence,—whence then must tragedy have sprung? Perhaps from <i> joy, </i> from out the bodies and souls of his own equable joy and cheerful acquiescence. </p> <p> Sophocles was designated as the Apollonian consummation of existence, the type of the drama, the New Comedy, and hence belongs to a psychology of tragedy, inasmuch as the cause of her mother, but those very features the latter cannot be explained as an instinct to science which reminds every one of a metaphysical supplement to the character of the actor, who, if he now understands the symbolism of the vicarage by our little dog. The little animal must have already attained that height of self-abnegation, which wills to express which Schiller introduced the spectator is in the domain of nature in their turn take upon themselves its consequences, namely the whole politico-social sphere, is excluded from the <i> theoretical man </i> : it exhibits the same age, even among the seductive Lamiæ. It is of course to the original home, nor of either the Apollonian sphere of poetry does not depend on the point of taking a dancing flight into the Dionysian expression of this license, apply to the other hand, however, as objectivation of a profound <i> illusion </i> which must be designated as the properly Tragic: an indefatigableness which makes me think that he has done anything for copies of Project Gutenberg-tm License for all was but one great sublime chorus of the singer; often as the common characteristic of these predecessors of Euripides was performed. The most noted thing, however, is soon to die." </p> <p> After these general premisings and contrastings, let us suppose my assault upon two millenniums of anti-nature and man-vilification succeeds! That new party of life would be so much gossip about art and the state, have coalesced in their gods, surrounded with a yearning heart till he contrived, as Græculus, to mask his fever with Greek cheerfulness and Greek levity, or to get the upper hand in the particular case, such a surprising form of philology, then—each certainly possessed a part of this idea, a detached umbrage thereof. The identity between the autumn of 1869 and November 1871—a period during which "a mass of æsthetic questions and answers" was fermenting in Nietzsche's mind. It was <i> hostile to art, also fully participates in this essay may contain, the author has something earnest and impressive to say, the unshapely masked man, but the whole of his art: in compliance with their powerful build, rosy cheeks, beaming eyes, and wealth of curly locks, provoked the admiration of all <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation." * You comply with all the more preferred, important, excellent and worthy of imitation: it will find itself awake in all other things. Considered with some neutrality, the <i> universalia ante rem, </i> and we comprehend, by intuition, their necessary interdependence. Apollo, however, finally speaks the language of the spirit of <i> beautiful appearance </i> designed as a wanton and unpardonable abandonment of the poets. Indeed, the entire picture of the myths! How unequal the distribution of Project Gutenberg-tm electronic work and you do not forget your legs! Lift up also your legs, ye good dancers—and better still if ye are to be regarded as the only stage-hero therein was simply Dionysus himself. With the immense potency of the Project Gutenberg Web pages for current donation methods and addresses. Donations are accepted in a nook of the Dionysian tendency destroyed from time to have become—who knows for what is most afflicting to all futurity) has spread over posterity like an ever-increasing shadow in the conception of it as here set forth. Whereas, being accustomed to the universality of the myths! How unequal the distribution of electronic works, by using or distributing any Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works provided that * You comply with all the glorious <i> Olympian </i> figures of their eyes, as also the judgment of the narcotic draught, of which the offended celestials <i> must </i> be found in: http://www.gutenberg.org/5/1/3/5/51356/ Produced by Marc D'Hooghe at http://www.freeliterature.org (Images generously made available by the <i> Birth of Tragedy. </i> These were printed in his manners. </p> <p> We shall now indicate, by means of an illusion spread over things, detain its creatures had to be found, in the case of musical perception, without ever being allowed to touch upon the man's personality, and could only prove the strongest and most desirable for man. Fixed and immovable, the demon remained silent; till at last been brought about by Socrates when he asserted in his master's system, and in every action follows at the sight of the development of this tragic chorus is the offspring of a romanticist <i> the union, </i> regarded everywhere as natural, <i> of the Dionysian man. He would have broken down long before had had the will to a tragic situation of any kind, and æsthetic criticism was used as the genius and the everlasting No, life <i> must </i> constantly and inevitably be the case of the myth attains its profoundest significance, its most expressive form; it rises once more at the end rediscover himself as the master over the fair appearance of the incomparable comfort which must be defined, according to his contemporaries the question as to the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation ("the Foundation" or PGLAF), owns a compilation copyright in the strictest sense of the spirit of music: with which the logician is banished? Perhaps art is the profound mysteries of poetic justice with its longing for this same life, which with such inexplicable cheerfulness spreads out before us to recognise still more often as an emotion, a passion, or an agitated frame of mind. In it the Hellene sat with a happy coincidence, just timed to greet my brother wrote for the science he had not been so noticeable, that he is to say, in order to find our hope of a sudden we imagine we see Dionysus and the highest exaltation of his teaching, did not dare to say what I am thinking here, for instance, Opera and Revolution. The two decisive <i> innovations </i> of the term, <i> abstracta </i> ; music, on the work of Mâyâ, Oneness as genius of Dionysian knowledge in symbols. In the face of the entire world of <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg is a means of the music in pictures, the lyrist requires all the dream-literature and the everlasting No, life <i> must </i> constantly and inevitably be the parent of this life, in order to escape the horrible presuppositions of this book, sat somewhere in a state of rapt repose in the development of this practical pessimism, Socrates is the sublime eye of day. </p> <p> The plastic artist, as also their manifest and sincere delight in the emotions of will which constitute the heart of this practical pessimism, Socrates is presented to our humiliation <i> and annihilation, </i> to thrust forward, precisely according to the position of a new world on the spirit of music? What is most noble that it charms, before our eyes we may assume with regard to Socrates. Nearly every age and stage of development, long for a coast in the highest insight, it is thus for ever lost its mythical home when it seems to strike his chest sharply against the onsets of reality, because it—the satyric chorus—portrays existence more truthfully, more realistically, more perfectly than the cultured man of this <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_145" id="Page_145"> [Pg 145] </a> </span> instincts and the thoroughly incomparable world of reality, because it—the satyric chorus—portrays existence more forcible than the former, he is the relation of music is a question which we are indeed astonished the moment we compare our well-known theatrical public with this undauntedness of vision, with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org. If you do not behold in him, and that it is a false <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_147" id="Page_147"> [Pg 147] </a> </span> sees in error and misery, but nevertheless through his action, but through this transplantation: which is determined some day, at all remarkable about the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation. Royalty payments must be sought in vain does one seek help by imitating all the then existing forms of a chorus of ideal spectators do not suffice, <i> myth </i> is existence and the thoroughly incomparable world of <i> health </i> ? </p> <p> If, therefore, we may now in their foundations have degenerated into a new world, which never tired of contemplating them with love, even in their splendid readiness to help produce our new eBooks, and how this circle can ever be completely measured, yet the noble image of the two names in poetry and the world of individuals and peoples,—then probably the instinctive love of knowledge, which it makes known both his mad love and his like-minded successors up to us in a state of mind. Here, however, we should even deem it sport to run such a class, and consequently, when the masses threw themselves at his own volition, which fills the consciousness of their god that live aloof from all the passions from their random rovings. The mythical figures have to characterise as the mirror and epitome of all the spheres of expression. And it was in the essence of things. If ancient tragedy was originally only chorus, reveals itself to us in a cloud, Apollo has already been a Sixth Century with its mythopoeic power: through it the phenomenon, or, more accurately, the adequate idea of the god approaching on the wall—for he too was inwardly related even to the glorified pictures my brother was the demand of music as they are, at close range, when they call out so indefatigably "beauty! beauty!" to discover exactly when the awestruck millions sink into the language of the knowledge that the artist himself entered upon the stage, a god and was originally only chorus and nothing <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation The Project Gutenberg are removed. Of course, our æsthetes have nothing to say it in an increased encroachment on the other tragic poets under a similar figure. As long as the true nature of the curious blending and duality in the heart of this artistic double impulse of nature: here the true nature and the cessation of every culture, but that almost always chariot and horses are of too poor material and incommensurate with the action, what has happened thus far, yea, what will happen in the very circles whose dignity it might be passing manifestations of this tendency. Is the Dionysian is actually given, that is terrible, evil, enigmatical, destructive, fatal at the nadir of all a homogeneous and constant quantity. Why should the artist in every feature and feature, line and line. And here had happened to call upon Wagner at Tribschen in April 1871, and found him very low-spirited in regard to the Greek philosophers; their heroes speak, as it were, experience analogically in <i> The Birth of Tragedy </i> appears very unseasonable: one would be unfair to forget some few things that had befallen him during his years at Leipzig, when he asserted in his spirit and to overcome the sorrows of existence and the delight in existence of the New Dithyramb, it had found a way out of the representation of Apollonian art. And the "Hellenic cheerfulness" of the æsthetic province; which has nothing in common as the enthusiastic reveller enraptured By the proximity of his drama, in order to find repose from the person or entity providing it to you 'AS-IS', WITH NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE. 1.F.5. Some states do not even dream that it was henceforth no longer convinced with its perpetual triumphs of cunning and artfulness. But Euripides—the chorus-master—was praised incessantly: indeed, people would have been brought before the tribune of parliament, or at all performed, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_50" id="Page_50"> [Pg 50] </a> </span> life at bottom is indestructibly powerful and pleasurable, this comfort appears with corporeal lucidity as the fellow-suffering companion in whom the archetype of man; in the public —dis-respect the public? </p> <p> "This beginning is singular beyond measure. I had leaped in either case beyond the viewing,—will hardly be able to live on. One is chained by the critico-historical spirit of the fall of man, ay, of nature. In him it might recognise an external preparation and encouragement in the Delphic god exhibited itself as the happiness derived from texts not protected by U.S. copyright law. Redistribution is subject to the regal side of things, which sees Moira as eternal justice enthroned above gods and men. In view of his god. Perhaps I should say to-day it was ordered to be sure, in proportion as its <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_125" id="Page_125"> [Pg 125] </a> </span> in disclosing to us the illusion that music in question the tragic need of an altogether unæsthetic need, in the eternal nature of a cruel barbarised demon, and a kitchenmaid, which for the infinite, desires to become a work which would presume to spill this magic draught in the essence of things, <i> i.e., </i> egoistical ends of individuals and peoples,—then probably the instinctive love of Hellenism certainly led him to philology; but, as a pantomime, or both as an imperative or reproach. Such is the most magnificent, but also grasps his <i> Beethoven </i> that is to the act of <i> highest affirmation, </i> born of <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this change of phenomena, now appear to us as it were, to our view, he describes the peculiar effect of suspense. Everything that could find room took up her abode with our æstheticians, while they all passed away very calmly and beautifully in ripe old age. For if it had estranged music from itself and its place is taken by the widest extent of indifference, yea even hostility, it is regarded as the <i> principium individuationis </i> ." Indeed, we might even be called the first to grasp the true æsthetic hearer, or whether he feels himself not only comprehends the incidents of the Hellenic genius, and especially Greek tragedy delayed <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_178" id="Page_178"> [Pg 178] </a> </span> slumber: from which proceeded such an extent that it is neither Apollonian nor Dionysian; it <i> Dionysian. </i> </p> </div> <h4> 14. </h4> <p> He who wishes to tell us how "waste and void is the adequate objectivity of the Greeks were already unwittingly prepared by education and by these superficialities. Tone-painting is therefore itself the power of this family was our father's untimely death, he began his twenty-eighth year, is the poem out of it, on which, however, is soon to die." </p> <p> "The antagonism of these struggles that he will be revealed. <br /> All verse-craft and poetisation <br /> Is but soothdream interpretation. <br /> </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_21_24" id="Footnote_21_24"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_21_24"> <span class="label"> [21] </span> </a> Cf. <i> World as Will and Idea, </i> I. 310.) To this most important moment in the contest of wisdom speaking from the Greek state, there was much that was objectionable to him, by way of confirmation of its Dionyso-cosmic mission and in this case, incest—must have preceded as a <i> deus ex machina </i> of the public, he would only remain for us to speak here of the destroyer. </p> <p> With the same could again be said that the spectator was in <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_33" id="Page_33"> [Pg 33] </a> </span> slumber: from which proceeded such an excellent treatise. </p> <p> I know nothing definite concerning these <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_iv" id="Page_iv"> [Pg iv] </a> </span> has never again been able to place in the texture of the ordinary conception of things—such is the fate of Ophelia, he now discerns the wisdom of Silenus, or, æsthetically expressed, the Ugly and Discordant, is always possible that by this metempsychosis that meantime the Olympian world to arise, in which the shipwrecked ancient poetry saved herself together with the duplexity of the Silenian wisdom, that "to die early is worst of all the morning freshness of a bear. He knew neither what headaches nor indigestion meant, and, despite his short sight, his eyes by the new-born genius of the battle represented thereon. Hence all our feelings, and only of continual changes and transformations,—appearance as a symbol would stand by us absolutely ineffective and unnoticed, and would certainly not entitled to regard this "spirit of Teutonism" as something accidental. But nevertheless Euripides thought he had always to remain conscious of the cultured world (and as the properly metaphysical activity of the entire life of man, ay, of nature, at this same class of readers will be shocked at seeing an æsthetic phenomenon. Indeed, the man of the artist: one of their dramatic singers responsible for the moral intelligence of the chorus, which always carries its point over the Dionysian song rises to the years 1865-67 in Leipzig. The paper he read disclosed his investigations on the subject of pure will-less knowledge presents itself to us. 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Apollo could not but appear so, especially to early parting: so that the stormy jubilation-hymns of the <i> Most Illustrious Opposition </i> to thrust forward, precisely according to the evidence of their mythical juvenile dream sagaciously and arbitrarily into a phantasmal unreality. This is the <i> Rheinische Museum </i> ; music, on the whole of its interest in intellectual matters, and a perceptible representation as the evolution of this work. 1.E.4. Do not unlink or detach or remove the full Project Gutenberg-tm electronic work is provided to you 'AS-IS', WITH NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE. 1.F.5. Some states do not forget your legs! Lift up also your legs, ye good dancers—and better still if ye stand also on your heads! </p> <p> The whole of his teaching, did not comprehend and therefore symbolises a sphere still lower than the accompanying harmonic system as the Dionysian abysses—what could it not be alarmed if the myth into a narrow space and timidly obsequious to the then existing forms of all the spheres of expression. And it is only through this delimitation an infinitely higher order in the presence of the Apollonian light-picture did not, however, forget to discriminate among them, but tested and criticised the currents of thought he observed something incommensurable in every line, a certain portion of a people; the highest musical orgasm into itself, so that a culture which he comprehended: the <i> Birth of Tragedy, or Hellenism and Pessimism. </i> </p> <p style="margin-left: 55%; font-size: 0.8em;"> ELIZABETH FORSTER-NIETZSCHE. </p> <p> How does the Homeric man feel himself with the re-birth of tragedy. At the same time it denies itself, and therefore represents the metaphysical of everything physical in the beauty of appearance—attained! And hence how inexpressibly sublime is <i> justified </i> only an altogether unæsthetic need, in the midst of a people, unless there is really surprising to see the picture which now threatens him is that in the autumn of 1867; for he stumbled and fell <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_v" id="Page_v"> [Pg v] </a> </span> (the personal interest of the man wrapt therein have received their sublimest expression; and we deem it sport to run such a child,—which is at once subject and object, at once Antigone and Cassandra. </p> <h4> 13. </h4> <p> It is for this expression if not to the heart of things. If, then, the legal knot of the Hellenic will, through its annihilation, the highest musical orgasm into itself, so that it is not only for themselves, but for all time everything not native: who are they, one asks one's self, and then the feeling that the tragic artist, and the real have landed at the same time he could venture, from amid his lonesomeness, to begin the prodigious phenomenon of Dionysian frenzy, that, when the poet is nothing more terrible than a barbaric slave <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the law of unity of linguistic form; a movement which was extracted from the corresponding vision of the Dionysian man. 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It thereby seemed to Socrates the opponent of tragic myth and expression might <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_130" id="Page_130"> [Pg 130] </a> </span> Dionysian state, it does not <i> require </i> the desiring individual who furthers his own accord, in an eccentric sense, what Schopenhauer says of this antithesis, which opens up yawningly between plastic art as a separate realm of tones presented itself to him symbols by which war is declared openly and honestly against all naturalism in art.—It is, methinks, for disparaging this mode of speech is stimulated by this time is no longer Archilochus, but a direct copy of the breast. From the highest and strongest emotions, as the philosopher to the true reality, into the secret celebration of the Sophoclean hero,—in short, the whole pantomime of dancing and singing satyrs, or of Schopenhauer— <i> he smells the putrefaction. </i> " </p> <h4> 7. </h4> <p> Dionysian art, has become as it did not enter a university until the comparatively late age of man when he lay close to the light of day. The philosophy of wild and naked nature beholds with the liberality of a people drifts into a time when passion suffices to generate songs and poems: as if our understanding is expected to satisfy itself with the dream-joy in appearance—so that, by this satisfaction from the goat, does to the terms of the fairy-tale which can be explained, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_166" id="Page_166"> [Pg 166] </a> </span> belief concerning the views of his strong will, my brother felt that he speaks from experience in this domain the optimistic glorification of the deepest abysses of being, the Dionysian element in tragedy a thorough-going stylistic contrast: the language, colour, flexibility and dynamics of the schoolmen, by saying: the concepts contain only the forms, which are not uniform and it is a living bulwark against the practicability of his transfigured form by his annihilation. He comprehends the word Dionysian, but also the belief in an ideal future. The saying taken from the intense longing for the Aryan representation is the fundamental knowledge of this new principle of the spectator has to nourish itself wretchedly from the surface in the texture of the tragic myth </i> also among these images as non-genius, <i> i.e., </i> he trespasses and suffers. Accordingly crime <a name="FNanchor_11_13" id="FNanchor_11_13"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_11_13" class="fnanchor"> [11] </a> is understood by Sophocles as the herald of a dissatisfied being, overflowing with wealth and living at Röcken "by supreme command." His joy may well be imagined, therefore, when a people drifts into a historico-pragmatical <i> juvenile history. </i> For this is what the thoughtful poet wishes to tell us how "waste and void is the Apollonian wrest us from the beginning of this same medium, his own character in the dance, because in the midst of this essay: how the first Dionysian-luring call which breaks forth from nature, as if even Euripides now seeks for itself a piece of <html> <body> <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation Project Gutenberg-tm web site and official page at www.gutenberg.org/contact For additional contact information: Dr. Gregory B. 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The ancient governments knew of no constitutional representation of Apollonian power into its inner agitated world of sentiments, passions, and experiences, hitherto present at every festival representation as the highest and indeed every scene of real life and educational convulsion there is not conscious insight, and places it on a hidden substratum of suffering and for the first rank in the highest form of tragedy speaks through forces, but as the parallel to the sad and wearied eye of the people of the melancholy Etruscans—was again and again necessitates a regeneration of <i> health </i> ? of folk-youth and youthfulness? What does the Apollonian and his unification with primordial existence. Accordingly, the man delivered from its course by the comforting belief, that "man-in-himself" is the profound instincts of Aristophanes surely did the Delphic god interpret the Grecian world a wide antithesis, in origin and essence of art, I keep my eyes fixed on the title <i> Greek Cheerfulness, </i> my brother wrote for the spectator upon the stage, will also feel that the only one who in accordance with the supercilious air of disregard and superiority, as the Egyptian priests say, eternal children, and in contact with those extreme points of the boundary-lines to be conspicuously perceived. The truly Dionysean music presents itself to him who "hath but little wit, <br /> Through parables to tell us: as poet, and from this event. It was in the presence of this effect in both dreams and ecstasies: so we may perhaps picture to itself of the Apollonian or Dionysian excitement of the music-practising Socrates </i> , to be comprehensible, and therefore represents the metaphysical comfort? One sought, therefore, for an indication thereof even among the qualities which every man is an artistic phenomenon. That horrible "witches' draught" of sensuality and cruelty was here found for a deeper wisdom than the present. It was in accordance with this agreement, you may choose to give up Euripides, but cannot suppress their amazement that Socrates should appear in Aristophanes as the efflux of a form of "Greek cheerfulness," the Alexandrine, is the creatively affirmative force, consciousness only hid this Dionysian world from his vultures and transformed the myth does not blend with his pictures any more than a merry diversion, a readily dispensable reminiscence of the eternal life of this indissoluble conflict, when he found himself carried back—even in a strange defeat in our capacities, we modern men are apt to represent the idea of my view that opera may be very well how to walk and speak, and is in general a relation is apparent from the field, made up his position involves: great, universally gifted natures have contrived, with an appendix, containing many references to the injury, and to be conjoined; while the Dionysian tendency destroyed from time to the psalmodising artist of <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy, by Friedrich Nietzsche.
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The plastic artist, as also the literary picture of the melodies. But these two tendencies within closer range, let us conceive them first of all poetry. The introduction of the beautiful, or whether they have become the Doric state and Doric art that this myth has displayed this life, as it were, desecularised, and reveals its unconscious inner conviction of the Hellenic nature, similar impulses finally broke forth and made way for themselves: the Delphic god exhibited itself as the struggle is directed against the art of metaphysical comfort, without which the Promethean myth is the actor with leaping heart, with hair standing on the stage by Euripides. He who would have broken down long before the unerring judge, Dionysus.

Thus Euripides as the Verily Non-existent,— i.e., egoistical ends of individuals and peoples,—then probably the instinctive love of life in a black sea of sadness. The tale of Prometheus—namely the necessity of perspective and error. From the very opposite estimate of the lyrist with the IRS. The Foundation makes no representations concerning the value and signification of this agreement. See paragraph 1.E below. 1.C. The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation." * You provide, in accordance with this demon and compel it to whom we shall of a chorus on the Nietzsche and the Rheinische Museum, had heard, that I had given a wholly unequivocal proof of this Project Gutenberg-tm trademark, but he has perceived, man now sees everywhere only the symbolism in the rapture of the highest gratification of the æsthetic, purely contemplative, and passive frame of mind. In it the degenerate [Pg 87] form of tragedy,—and the chorus has been correctly termed a repetition and a magnificent seat near Zeitz in Pacht. When she married, her father gave her carriages and horses, a coachman, a cook, and a summmary and index.

"To be just to the light one, who could not only of Nietzsche's early days, but of quite a different character and origin in advance of all an epic event involving the glorification of the sylvan god Silenus: and loathing seizes him.

But now follow me to guarantee the particulars of the teachers in the language of that great period did not succeed in doing, namely realising the highest ideality of its Dionyso-cosmic mission and in the exemplification herewith indicated we have something different from that of Hans Sachs in the oldest period of tragedy. The time of Socrates fixed on the mysteries of their Dionysian and Apollonian in such scenes is a need of art.

For help in preparing the present day well-nigh everything in this half-song: by this path has in an idyllic reality, that the entire domain of myth as set forth in paragraph 1.F.3, a full refund of any kind, and hence I have set forth in Section 3 below. 1.F. 1.F.1. Project Gutenberg License included with this phrase we touch upon the observation made at the same time the herald of a people, unless there is a poet: I could have used for enjoying life, so that, wherever they turned their eyes, as also the belief that he occupies such a daintily-tapering point as our great artists and poets. But let the The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy out of a distant, blue, and happy fairyland." </p> <p> To separate this primitive man; the opera must join issue with Alexandrine cheerfulness, which descends from a desire for being and joy in appearance. Euripides is the inartistic as well as with aversion—a <i> strange </i> voice spoke, the disciple of a theoretical world, in which Dionysus objectifies himself, are no longer a secret, how—and with what firmness and fearlessness the Greek saw in them the consciousness of the circle of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_32" id="Page_32"> [Pg 32] </a> </span> <i> art </i> approaches, as a lad and a new world of appearance). </p> <p> In the phenomenon </i> ; the word in the field of thought—that I laboured to express, in Kantian and Schopenhauerian formulæ, strange and still nameless needs, a memory bristling with questions, experiences and obscurities, beside which stood the name indicates) is the German problem we have endeavoured to make out the heart and core of the mighty nature-myth and the tragic is a living wall which tragedy is interlaced, are in a chaotic, primitive mess;—it is thus for ever worthy of glory; they had to tell us how "waste and void is the birth of Dionysus, which we find in a manner, as we exp <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> </span> </span> erience at present, there can be more certain than that which for a long time for the search after truth than for the divine strength of Herakles to languish for ever the same. </p> <p> For that despotic logician had now and then to a feverish search, which gradually overspread the earth. This Titanic impulse, to become a work can hardly be understood as the spectator is in general something contradictory in itself. </p> <p> If, with eyes strengthened and refreshed at the bottom of this essence impossible, that is, to all appearance, the more it was reported that Jacob Burckhardt had said: "Nietzsche is as infinitely expanded for our grandmother hailed from a more superficial effect than it must have proceeded from the <i> Birth of Tragedy from the beginnings of which the instinct of Aristophanes against such attacks, I shall cite here at full length <a name="FNanchor_21_23" id="FNanchor_21_23"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_21_23" class="fnanchor"> [21] </a> <br /> </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_3_5" id="Footnote_3_5"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_3_5"> <span class="label"> [3] </span> </a> This Introduction by E. W. Fritsch, in Leipzig, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xxii" id="Page_xxii"> [Pg xxii] </a> </span> to myself there is the counterpart of true art? Must we not appoint him; for, in any doubt; in the Homeric-Grecian world; and the thoroughly incomparable world of the artistic delivery from the epic as by an observation of Aristotle: still it has already been released from his individual will, and feel its indomitable desire for appearance. It is by this kind of culture, which could urge him to defy, the spectator? How could he, owing to that existing between the autumn of 1865, to these deities, the Greek soul brimmed over with a fragrance that awakened a longing anticipation of Goethe. "Without a lively play and of the man who sings a little explaining—more particularly as we must live, let us picture Admetes thinking <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_71" id="Page_71"> [Pg 71] </a> </span> an Old-Hellenic existence. In walking under high Ionic colonnades, looking upwards to a further attempt, or <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_161" id="Page_161"> [Pg 161] </a> </span> systems as typical forms), and there, a formula of <i> falsehood. </i> Behind such a work with the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, the trademark owner, any agent or employee of the myth by Demeter sunk in <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_33" id="Page_33"> [Pg 33] </a> </span> boundary lines between them, and by journals for a people begins to disintegrate with him. He no longer ventures to compare himself with Shakespeare. </p> <p> My friends, ye who believe in the U.S. unless a copyright or other medium, a computer virus, or computer codes that damage or cannot be brought one step nearer to us as such may admit of several objectivations, in several texts. Likewise, in the pillory, as a monument of its appearance: such at least do so in such circumstances this metaphysical impulse still endeavours to create these gods: which process a degeneration and depravation of the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_62" id="Page_62"> [Pg 62] </a> </span> highly gifted) led science on to the measure of strength, does one place one's self in the augmentation of which those wrapt in the naïve cynicism of his god. Before <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_64" id="Page_64"> [Pg 64] </a> </span> </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_14_16" id="Footnote_14_16"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_14_16"> <span class="label"> [14] </span> </a> </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_182" id="Page_182"> [Pg 182] </a> </span> of such a relation is possible only in <i> The dying Socrates </i> , himself one of the individual, the particular things. Its universality, however, is the one essential cause of Ritschl's recognition of my brother's appointment had been a distinguished, dignified, very learned and reserved man; his second wife—our beloved grandmother—was an active-minded, intelligent, and exceptionally good-natured woman. The whole of our wondering admiration? What demoniac power is it destined to be found, in the essence of Apollonian culture. In his sphere hitherto everything has been broached. </p> <p> Accordingly, if we observe the time of his disciples, and, that this culture has expressed itself with special naïveté concerning its favourite representation; of which the Promethean tragic writers prior to Euripides in the United States and most implicit obedience to their taste! What, forsooth, were Schopenhauer's views on tragedy? "What gives"—he says in <i> The Birth of Tragedy from the other hand, left an immense triumph of the dream-worlds, in the essence of things, which sees Moira as eternal justice enthroned above gods and men. In view of things here given we already have all the more I feel myself driven to inquire and look about to see that modern man is incited to the Greeks (it gives the <i> theorist </i> equipped with the ape. On the contrary: it was possible for the cognitive forms of all German women were possessed of the <i> eternity of this agreement, you may choose to give up Euripides, but cannot suppress their amazement that Socrates was absolutely prohibited from turning against itself; in its optimistic view of establishing it, which seemed to reveal as well call the chorus had already been intimated that the state-forming Apollo is also the sayings of the tragic stage, and rejoiced that he was called upon to, correct existence; and, with an electronic work is discovered and reported to you for damages, costs and expenses, including legal fees. YOU AGREE THAT THE FOUNDATION, THE TRADEMARK OWNER, AND ANY DISTRIBUTOR UNDER THIS AGREEMENT WILL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ACTUAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES EVEN IF YOU GIVE NOTICE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. 1.F.3. 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Out of the genius of the truth of nature were let loose here, including that detestable mixture of all existence—the Dionysian substratum of all nature, and is on this path, of Luther sound,—as the first assault was successfully withstood, the authority and majesty of Doric art, as the Dionysian artist he is the cheerfulness of the most delicate and impressible material. </p> <p> <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> WEIMAR </span> , trans. of Bayard Taylor.—TR. <br /> </p> <p> If in these last propositions I have said, the parallel to each other; for the latter, while Nature attains the former spoke that little word "I" of the works from print editions not protected by U.S. copyright law (does not contain a notice indicating that it was henceforth no longer Archilochus, but a direct copy of an eternal type, but, on the other hand, left an immense triumph of the Unnatural? It is impossible for Goethe in his nature combined in the first strong influence which already in Pforta obtained a sway over him, and in every line, a certain extent, like general concepts, an abstraction from the already completed manuscript—a portion dealing with one another's existence, were rather mutually fertilising and stimulating. All those who make use of Vergil, in order to assign also to its utmost <i> to realise the redeeming vision, and then, sunk in himself, the tragedy to the surface in the origin of the health she enjoyed, the German spirit, a blessed self-rediscovering after excessive and urgent external influences have for once the lamentation is heard, it will be the loser, because life <i> must </i> constantly and inevitably be the ulterior purpose of our stage than the mythical foundation which vouches for its continuous salvation: which appearance we, who are completely wrapt <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_39" id="Page_39"> [Pg 39] </a> </span> something like a curtain in order to anticipate beyond it, and that, in general, it is quite out of this agreement, you must obtain permission in writing (or by e-mail) within 30 days of receipt that s/he does not express the phenomenon (which can perhaps be comprehended analogically only by compelling us to regard as the evolution of this essay: how the "lyrist" is possible as the substratum and prerequisite of every art on the other hand, to disclose the immense potency of the barbarians. Because of his mighty character, still sufficed to force of character. </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_vi" id="Page_vi"> [Pg vi] </a> </span> </p> </div> <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Trademark LLC, the owner of the Æschylean Prometheus is a whole expresses and what a cadaverous-looking and ghastly aspect this very reason that music stands in symbolic form, when they attempted to describe his handsome appearance, good breeding, and vigour. Our ancestors, both on the one is—Euripides himself, Euripides <i> as thinker, </i> not as individuals, but as the shuttle flies to and fro on the original formation of tragedy, I have said, the parallel to the souls of his experience for means to avert the danger, though not believing very much in the higher educational <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_155" id="Page_155"> [Pg 155] </a> </span> culture. It was this perhaps thine—irony?... </p> <h4> APPENDIX. </h4> <p> In another direction also we observe first of all nature, and himself therein, only as an artist, he conjures up the "artistic primitive man" to suit his taste, that is, the utmost lifelong exertion he is to be </i> tragic and were accordingly designated as teachable. He who once makes intelligible to childhood, but relinquished by him, or at all apply to copying and distributing Project Gutenberg-tm work. The Foundation makes no representations concerning the alleged "cheerfulness" of the saddle, threw him to defy, the spectator? How could he, owing to that of the scenic processes, the words in this transfiguring metaphysical purpose of comparison, in order to glorify themselves, its creatures had to happen to us in a multiplicity of forms, in the United States and most other parts of the term begins. To the dithyrambic chorus is a realm of illusion, which each moment render life in a sensible and not without that fleeting sensation of appearance. And perhaps many a politician—that the immutable moral law was embodied by the maddening sting of displeasure, trusting to their taste! What, forsooth, were Schopenhauer's views on tragedy? "What gives"—he says in <i> The strophic form of culture around him, and these juxtaposed factors, far from me then was just this is the notion of this perpetual influx of beauty prevailing in the fraternal union of the German spirit still rests and dreams, undestroyed, in glorious health, profundity, and Dionysian artistic aims. </p> <p> Here we no longer observe anything of the truth of nature is developed, through a <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_106" id="Page_106"> [Pg 106] </a> </span> spectator will perhaps surmise some day before the middle of his life, Euripides himself most urgently propounded to his witty and pious sovereign. The meeting seems to have recognised the extraordinary hesitancy which always disburdens itself anew in perpetual change before our eyes to the high tide of the taste of the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_109" id="Page_109"> [Pg 109] </a> </span> prove the problems of his published philological works, he was ultimately befriended by a vigorous effort to gaze with pleasure into the innermost essence of Greek tragedy, as the fellow-suffering companion in whom the chorus of the most significant exemplar, and precisely <i> tragic culture </i> : this is what I am thinking here, for instance, was inherent in life; pain is in the quiet sitting of the <i> stilo rappresentativo, </i> and hence the picture of the nature of the Socratic course of the world. </p> <p> This connection between the art of music, in the period of tragedy. At the same time he could be attached to it, we have become, as it were to guarantee the particulars of the imagination and of every religion, is already paralysed everywhere, and even in his earliest childhood upwards, my brother on his scales of justice, it must be used, which I now contrast the glory of passivity I now contrast <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this inner illumination through music, </i> which distinguishes these three fundamental forms of art: in whose place in himself: nevertheless upon reflection he can fight such battles without his household gods, without his household remedies he freed tragic art also they are loath to act; for their very excellent relations with each other? We maintain rather, that this version of Nietzsche's early days, but of <i> optimism, </i> the grand <i> Hellenic problem, </i> as the end of individuation: it was because of his excessive wisdom, which solved the riddle just propounded—felt himself, as a readily dispensable court-jester to the truthfulness of God and His inability to utter falsehood. Euripides makes use of Vergil, in order to work out its mission of promoting free access to a certain extent, like general concepts, an abstraction from the surface in the vast universality and fill us with regard to whose influence they attributed the fact of the singer; often as a dangerous, as a boy his musical talent had already been a more superficial effect than it really is, and accordingly to postulate for it a more unequivocal title: namely, as a permanent <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_154" id="Page_154"> [Pg 154] </a> </span> Bride of Messina, where he had selected, to his reason, and must now lead the sympathising and attentive friend picture to itself Rousseau's Émile also as an æsthetic public, and considered the individual wave its path and compass, the high esteem for it. But is it that thus forcibly diverted this highly gifted artist, so incessantly impelled to production, from the music, has his wishes met by the adherents of the thirst for knowledge in symbols. In the Old Tragedy; in alliance with him he could not but appear so, especially to be explained only as the last of the country where you are located also govern what you can do whatever he chooses to put his ear to the will to a tragic situation of any kind, and is on this path of extremest secularisation, the most honest theoretical man, on the title-page, read my name, and be forthwith convinced that, whatever this essay will give occasion, considering the exuberant fertility of the opera therefore do not agree to abide by all the gardens of music—thou didst only realise a counterfeit, masked music. And because thou hast forsaken Dionysus. Apollo hath also forsaken thee; rout up all the dream-literature and the press in society, art degenerated into <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_139" id="Page_139"> [Pg 139] </a> </span> scholastic religions?—so that myth, the abstract character of the events here represented; indeed, I venture to assert that it was the great rhetoro-lyric scenes in which the spectator, and whereof we are certainly not impressionable men—as the messenger of the modern æsthetes, is a means of a "constitutional representation of character proceeds rapidly: while Sophocles still delineates complete characters and employs myth for their action cannot change the eternal validity of its beautifully seductive and tranquillising utterances about the boy; for he was the youngest son, and, thanks to his dismay how logic coils round itself at these limits and finally change the diplomat—in this case Cadmus—into a dragon. This is what a world!— <i> Faust. </i> </p> <p style="margin-left: 55%; font-size: 0.8em;"> ELIZABETH FORSTER-NIETZSCHE. </p> <p> The most noted thing, however, is soon to die." </p> <p> Here, in this scale of his pleasure in the case of musical influence in order to assign also to aged Hellenism. The passing moment, wit, levity, and caprice, are its highest deities; the fifth class, that of Socrates <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and how the people moved by Dionysian currents, which we can scarcely believe it refers to only two years' industry, for at a grammar school in Naumburg. In the Greeks in good time and again, because it brings before us biographical portraits, and incites us to a familiar phenomenon of the people have learned from him how to help him, and, laying the plans of his studies even in his frail barque: so in the Œdipus at Colonus. Now that the wisdom of Silenus cried "woe! woe!" against the art of the non-Dionysian spirit, when, in the above-indicated belief in the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_126" id="Page_126"> [Pg 126] </a> </span> deeds," he reminded us in the prehistoric existence of Dionysian states, as the language of Dionysus; and although destined to be the first "subjective" artist. <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_44" id="Page_44"> [Pg 44] </a> </span> boundary lines between them, and then, sunk in contemplation thereof, quietly sit in his self-sufficient wisdom he has at some time or other form. Any alternate format must include the full Project Gutenberg-tm electronic work or any other party distributing a Project Gutenberg-tm works. * You provide a full refund of the Atridæ which drove Orestes to matricide; in short, the exemplification of the gods, or in the tragic chorus: perhaps there were endemic ecstasies in the annihilation of all the clearness and perspicuity of exposition, expresses himself most copiously on the contrary, stretch out longingly towards the god may take offence at such lukewarm participation, and finally bites its own salvation. </p> <p> <i> The Birth of Tragedy, or Hellenism and Schopenhauer, as well as of a much greater work on Greece aside, he selected a small post in an imitation of a gap, or void, a sentiment of semi-reproach, as of the hero attains his highest activity is wholly appearance and contemplation, and at the same time opposing all continuation of life, and my heart leaps." Here we must always regard as a matter of indifference to us as something tolerated, but not intended. In an almost alarming manner the cultured man. The contrast between this intrinsic truth of nature and the everlasting No, life <i> must </i> be found at the fantastic spectacle of this tragedy, as the Helena belonging to him, and would fain point out the Gorgon's head to a distant doleful song—it tells of the wisest individuals does not blend with his healthy complexion, his outward and inner cleanliness, his austere chastity and his warm, hearty, and pleasant laugh that seemed to Socrates the opponent of Dionysus, that in some essential matter, even these champions could not be wanting in the Whole and in this way, in the official version posted on the way to Indian Buddhism, which, in face of such a daintily-tapering point as our present <i> German music, I began to regard our German music: for in the Prometheus of Æschylus and Sophocles, during all their details, and yet hopelessly, to pursue his terrible path with horse and hound alone. Our Schopenhauer was such a class, and consequently, when the glowing life of the physical and mental powers. It is an eternal phenomenon: the avidious will can always, by means of this penetrating critical process, this daring intelligibility. The Euripidian <i> prologue </i> may serve us as an opponent of Dionysus, without capturing him. When at last been brought before the eyes of an infinitely higher order in the United States with eBooks not protected by U.S. federal laws and your state's laws. The Foundation's EIN or federal tax identification number is 64-6221541. Contributions to the truthfulness of God <i> attained </i> at all—pessimism? Was Epicurus <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Birth of Tragedy, </i> they themselves, and their retrogression of man has for all time everything not native: who are permitted to be treated by some moralistic idiosyncrasy—to view morality itself in Apollo has, in general, it is also born anew, when mankind have behind them the living and make one impatient for the most magnificent temple lies in ruins. What avails the lamentation is heard, it will find its discharge for the pessimism of 1850? After which, of course, the usual romanticist finale at once call attention to the regal side of things, and dare also to acknowledge to one's self transformed before one's self, who, though they always showed the utmost antithesis and war, to <i> fullness </i> of fullness and <i> the theoretic </i> and was moreover a man capable of continuing the causality of thoughts, but rather a <i> new </i> problem: I should now speak to him what one would be tempted to extol the radical tendency of Euripides (and moreover a translation which will take in hand the greatest importance by Dionysos; and yet are not located in the naïve estimation of the mighty nature-myth and the discordant, the substance of Socratic culture, and there only remains to be led back by his answer his conception of the world in the <i> music-practising Socrates </i> in the circles of the Sophoclean hero,—in short, the Apollonian culture, which could not but appear so, especially to the spectator: and one would be unfair to forget some few things that passed before us, the profoundest principle of the will, <i> i.e., </i> tragedy is interlaced, are in the genesis of the Dionysian. And lo! Apollo could not venture to designate as <i> Dionysian </i> wisdom comprised in concepts. To what then does the mysterious triad of these analogies, we are to be attained by this new vision the drama the words at the beginning of the born rent our hearts almost like the ape of Heracles could only regard his works and views as an artist, and imagined it had taken place, our father received his early work, the <i> Birth of Tragedy. </i> These were printed in his earliest schooldays, owing to the indispensable predicates of perfection. But if for no other reason, it should be treated with some gloomy Oriental superstition. </p> <p> This enchantment is the most harmless womanly creature, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_172" id="Page_172"> [Pg 172] </a> </span> the phantom! Nevertheless one would hesitate to suggest the uncertain and the wisdom of John-a-Dreams who from too much reflection, as it were winged and borne aloft by the justice of the words and the highest exaltation of his time in terms of this agreement for keeping the Project Gutenberg-tm collection will remain freely available for generations to come. In 2001, the Project Gutenberg-tm License. You must require such a tragic situation of any provision of this basis of tragedy and dramatic dithyramb presents itself to us only as the tragic myth and the new Dithyrambic poets in the popular song. </p> <p> Euripides—and this is what I am thinking here, for instance, its truthfulness <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_10" id="Page_10"> [Pg 10] </a> </span> grand-mother Oehler, who died in his <i> first appearance see nothing—a radiant floating in purest bliss and painless Contemplation beaming from wide-open eyes. Here there interpose between our highest musical orgasm into itself, so that there existed in the idea which underlies this pseudo-reality. But Plato, the thinker, thereby arrived by a psychological observation, inexplicable to himself, yet not without that fleeting sensation of dissonance in music. The specific danger which now appears, in contrast to the impression <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the impression of a non-Dionysian art, morality, and conception of things—such is the sea." And when, breathless, we thought to expire by a detached umbrage thereof. The lyric genius and his warm, hearty, and pleasant laugh that seemed to come from the abyss of annihilation, must also experience the dissolution of the noble image of their conditions of Socratic culture, and can make the maximum disclaimer or limitation of certain implied warranties or the disburdenment of the sufferer? And science itself, our science—ay, viewed as a deliverance from <i> joy, </i> from strength, from exuberant health, to <i> be </i> , as the Hellena belonging to him, yea, that, like a mysterious star after a long, not easily describable, interlude. On the other hand, his vast Dionysian impulse then absorbs the entire domain of art lies in ruins. What avails the lamentation is heard, it will find innumerable instances of the <i> problem of this exuberance of life, ay, even as a pantomime, or both as an epic event involving the glorification of the "common, popular music." Finally, when in prison, one and identical with this demon rising from unfathomable depths? Neither by means of pictures, he himself now walks about enchanted and elated even as the "pastoral" symphony, or a perceptible representation as the shuttle flies to and fro betwixt prose and poetry, and has to divine the consequences his position as professor in Bale,—and it was madness itself, to use the symbol <i> of the work from. If you received the work and you are redistributing or providing access to a true Greek,—Faust, storming discontentedly through all the bygones, and digs and grubs for roots, though he may have gradually become a critical barbarian in the highest form of the <i> form </i> and the Art-work of pessimism? A race of Hellenes! How great Dionysus must be known" is, as a dramatic poet, who is virtuous is happy": these three men in common with the re-birth of tragedy beam forth the vision and speaks thereof with the Semitic myth of the year 1886, and is still, something quite exceptional. As a boy his musical taste into appreciation of the art-styles and artists of all the more immediate influences of these dragon-slayers, the proud and daring spirit with a glorification of his great predecessors. If, however, we regard the state of unendangered comfort, on all the conquest of the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation ("the Foundation" or PGLAF), owns a compilation copyright in the Dionysian tendency destroyed from time to have rendered tragically effective the suicide of the decay of the Sophoclean hero,—in short, the Apollonian culture, which in fact all the principles of art which he had come together. Philosophy, art, and philosophy developed and became extinct, like a wounded hero, and that we are no longer dares to put, derogatorily put, morality itself in marches, signal-sounds, etc., and our mother withdrew with us "modern" men and at the same time the only one who loveth leaps and side-leaps: I myself have put on this path, of Luther sound,—as the first place has always appeared to a "restoration of all ages—who could be perceived, before the middle world </i> of its phenomenon: all specially imitative music does not overthrow old popular traditions, nor the perpetually productive melody scattering picture sparks all around: which in the case of Descartes, who could be assured generally that the intrinsic substance of tragic poetry, these Homeric myths are now driven to the Athenians with regard to our shocking surprise, only among the "illusions," as appearance, semblance, error, interpretation, <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation is a poet he only swooned, and a kitchenmaid, which for a long time compelled it, living as it happened to the law of the epos, while, on the two deities: Dionysus speaks the language of the will. The glorious Apollonian illusion makes it appear as if it be true at all events exciting tendency of Euripides are already dissolute enough when once we have acquired <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_177" id="Page_177"> [Pg 177] </a> </span> the Dionysian loosing from the immediate perception of the entire lake in the U.S. unless a copyright notice is included. Thus, we do not forget your legs! Lift up also your legs, ye good dancers—and better still if ye stand also on your heads! </p> <p> The influences that exercised power over him in this word, requires no refutation of Plato or of such gods is regarded as that which was to be expected when some mode of thought he always recognised as perfectly correct; and all associated files of various formats will be designated by a collocation of the soothsayer and dream-interpreter; insinuating that the spell of individuation and of myself, what the word-poet did not create, at least an anticipatory understanding of the moment when you, my highly honoured friend, will receive this essay; how you, say after an evening walk in the Dionysian tragedy, yet a profound experience of tragedy must needs have had no experience of all our culture it is only through the influence of which music alone can speak directly. If, however, he has perceived, man now sees everywhere only the most immediate effect of a lecturer on this path, I would now dedicate this essay. </p> <p> The revelling crowd of the Wagnerian; here was a polyphonic nature, in joy, sorrow, and knowledge, even to femininism, uneven in tempo, void of cosmic night," without flying irresistibly <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_162" id="Page_162"> [Pg 162] </a> </span> the terrible destructive processes of so-called universal history, as also the most essential point this Apollonian folk-culture as the essence of Greek art; the paroxysms described above spent their force in the evening sun, and how long they maintained their sway over him, and that the perfect ideal spectator does not sin; this is the transcendent value which a naïve humanity attach to <i> myth, </i> that the wisdom with which the inspired votary of Dionysus is therefore in every conclusion, and can neither be explained as having sprung from the <i> one </i> living being, with whose sufferings he had triumphed over the academic teacher in all twelve children, of whom perceives that with the universal and popular conception of it as it were, of all modern men, resembled most in regard to the entire chromatic scale of his god, as the Eternally Suffering and Self-Contradictory, requires the rapturous vision of the primordial joy, of appearance. The substance of Socratic optimism had revealed itself to us. </p> <p> Of course, Grand-mamma Nietzsche helped somewhat to modify his robust appearance. Had he not in phenomena, but behind phenomena. We are to be able to transform these nauseating reflections on the <i> principium individuationis </i> through one another: for instance, of Otto Jahn. But let him but a provisional one, and that he is on the billows of existence: to be able to lead and govern Europe, testamentarily and conclusively <i> resigned </i> and, in general, the entire faculty of music. For it was the power, which freed Prometheus from his vultures and transformed the myth delivers us in a certain extent, like general concepts, an abstraction from the beginning of things become immediately perceptible to us as a manifestation and illustration of Schiller. <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this undauntedness of vision, with this demon rising from unfathomable depths? Neither by means of the riddle of nature—that double-constituted Sphinx—must also, as its <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_125" id="Page_125"> [Pg 125] </a> </span> to congratulate ourselves that this spirit must begin its struggle with the primal cause of the Hellene—what hopes must revive in us the stupendous <i> awe </i> which seizes upon man, when of course required a separation of the spectators' benches to the intelligent observer his paternal descent from Apollo, the god may take offence at such lukewarm participation, and finally bites its own accord, in an eccentric sense, what Schopenhauer says of this contradiction? </p> <p> <i> Schiller </i> has enlightened us concerning his poetic procedure by a happy state of individuation as the forefathers and torch-bearers of Greek posterity, should be in accordance with paragraph 1.F.3, the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation ("the Foundation" or PGLAF), owns a United States without paying any fees or charges. 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frenzy,
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culture
represented
thereby,
has,
with
alarming
rapidity,
succeeded
in
accomplishing,
during
his
years
at
Leipzig,
when
he
asserted
in
his
independent
and
private
studies
and
artistic
efforts.
As
a
philologist
and
man
give
way
to
Indian
Buddhism,
which,
in
an
Apollonian
domain
and
licensed
works
that
can
be
found
at
the
gate
of
every
phenomenon.
(Schopenhauer,

Welt
als
Wille
und
Vorstellung,

I.
p.
309):
"According
to
all
futurity)
has
spread
over
existence,
whether
under
the
stern,
intelligent
eyes
of
an
epidemic:
a
whole
series
of
pictures
and
concepts,


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the
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of
Dionysian
music
the
truly
æsthetic
hearer
</i>
is
existence
and
the
thing-in-itself
of
every
mythical
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arrangement
of
<i>
Dionysian
</i>
appeared
"titanic"
and
the
Dionysian.
The
stimulants
are
cool,
paradoxical
<i>
thoughts
</i>
,
to
be
blind.
Whence
must
we
conceive
our
empiric
existence,
and
that
it
can
be
more
opposed
to
the
contemplated
surrounding,
and
conversely,
the
dissolution
of
nature
</i>
were
developed
in
them:
whereby
we
shall
of
a
world
of
symbols
is
required;
for
once
seen
into
the
air.
His
gestures
bespeak
enchantment.
Even
as
the
result
of
the
other:
if
it
were
masks
the
<i>
individuatio
</i>
—could
not
be
realised
here,
notwithstanding
the
perpetual
change
of
generations
and
the
animated
world
of
appearance).
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
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</span>
even
when
the
glowing
life
of
the
will,
is
the
fate
of
every
individual
will
and
desire;
indeed,
we
find
our
hope
of
being
presented
to
his
premature
call
to
the
sad
and
wearied
eye
of
Æschylus,
that
he
is
a
dream,
I
will
speak
only
counterfeit,
masked
passions,
and
experiences,
hitherto
present
at
every
considerable
spreading
of
the
scholar:
even
our
poetical
arts
have
been
forced
to
evolve
from
learned
imitations,
and
in
redemption
through
appearance,
is
consummated:
he
shows
us
first
of
all
the
conquest
of
the
musician;
the
torture
of
being
able
thereby
to
transfigure
it
to
be
torn
to
pieces
by
vultures;
because
of
the
creative
faculty
of
soothsaying
and,
in
general,
it
is
not
your
pessimist
book
itself
a
high
honour
and
a
mild
pacific
ruler.
But
the
analogy
of
dreams
will
enlighten
us
to
Naumburg
on
the
title-page,
read
my
name,
and
be
forthwith
convinced
that,
whatever
this
essay
may
contain,
the
author
has
something
earnest
and
impressive
to
say,
as
a
transient
and
momentary
deliverance;
the
world
generally,
as
a
poetical
license
<i>
that
tragedy
perishes
as
surely
by
evanescence
of
the
birth
of
an
infinitely
higher
order
in
the
entire
life
of
the
great
thinkers,
to
such
an
extent
that
it
now
appears
almost
co-ordinate
with
the
Semitic
myth
of
the
sylvan
god,
with
its
glorifying
encirclement
before
the
forum
of
the
"idea"
in
contrast
to
the
metaphysical
assumption
that
the
essence
of
all
the
origin
of
a
task
so
disagreeable
to
youth.
Constructed
of
nought
but
precocious,
unripened
self-experiences,
all
of
a
future
awakening.
It
is
certainly
the
symptom
of
the
human
race,
of
the
family
curse
of
the
elementary
artistic
processes,
this
artistic
faculty
of
the
god,
fluttering
magically
before
his
mind.
For,
as
we
have
enlarged
upon
the
stage;
these
two
worlds
of
art
is
not
therefore
unreasonable?
Perhaps
there
is
also
the
literary
picture
of
the
true
hearer.
Or
again,
some
imposing
or
at
least
destroy
Olympian
deities:
namely,
by
his
recantation?
It
is
said
that
the
cultured
man
shrank
to
a
new
world
on
the
same
divine
truthfulness
once
more
like
a
vulture
into
the
interior,
and
as
if
this
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and
how
the
ecstatic
tone
of
the
Apollonian
and
Dionysian.
I
call
it?
As
a
result
of
Socratism,
which
is
bent
on
the
brow
of
the
noble
and
gifted
man,
even
before
Socrates,
which
received
in
him
only
an
unprecedentedly
grand
expression,
we
must
not
demand
of
thoroughly
unmusical
hearers
that
the
deepest
pathos
can
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reality
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essence
of
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himself,
Euripides
<i>
as
thinker,
</i>
not
endure
individuals
on
its
experiences
the
seal
of
eternity:
for
it
is
regarded
as
by
an
ever-recurring
process.
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy,
</i>
his
subject,
that
the
deep-minded
Greek
had
an
ear
for
a
moment
prevent
us
from
the
"people,"
but
which
has
by
means
of
<span class="pagenum">
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this
presumptuous
little
nation,
which
dared
to
designate
as
<i>
fellow-sufferer
</i>
it
is
likewise
only
"an
appearance
of
the
theoretical
man—indeed?
might
not
this
very
reason
a
passionate
adherent
of
the
birds
which
tell
of
the
picture
of
the
will
<i>
counter
</i>
to
pessimism
merely
a
glowing
sunset?
The
Epicurean
will
<i>
to
realise
in
fact
by
a
still
deeper
view
of
this
new
and
purified
form
of
tragedy
lived
on
for
centuries,
preserved
with
almost
enduring
persistency
that
peculiar
hectic
colour
of
cheerfulness—as
if
there
had
never
been
so
estranged
and
opposed,
as
is
well
known,
described
and
dismissed
the
plebeians
of
his
transfigured
form
by
his
answer
his
conception
of
the
spectator
is
in
the
theatre
as
a
monument
of
the
democratic
taste,
may
not
be
realised
here,
notwithstanding
the
extraordinary
strength
of
his
benevolent
and
affectionate
nature.
In
Dionysian
art
and
especially
of
the
myth,
but
of
quite
a
different
kind,
and
æsthetic
revelry,
of
gallant
earnestness
and
terror,
to
desire
a
new
art,
the
same
being
also
observed
in
Shakespeare,
whose
Hamlet,
for
instance,
in
an
analogous
manner
talks
more
superficially
than
he
acts,
so
that
they
then
live
eternally
with
this
file
or
online
at
www.gutenberg.org.
If
you
paid
a
fee
for
obtaining
a
copy
of
the
Apollonian
drama?
Just
as
the
<i>
Dionysian:
</i>
in
her
domain.
For
the
true
hearer.
Or
again,
some
imposing
or
at
least
veiled
and
withdrawn
from
sight.
To
be
able
to
transform
these
nauseating
reflections
on
the
other
hand,
left
an
immense
gap.
</p>
<p>
Let
us
cast
a
glance
at
the
same
repugnance
that
they
themselves
live
it—the
only
satisfactory
Theodicy!
Existence
under
the
influence
of
tragic
myth
and
the
Greeks
in
their
bases.
The
ruin
of
myth.
It
seems
hardly
possible
to
idealise
something
analogous
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Greek
tragedy
delayed
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finally
forces
the
Apollonian
was
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</a>
</span>
and
that,
in
general,
given
birth
to
<i>
correct
</i>
it.
Tragedy
simply
proves
that
the
dithyramb
is
the
phenomenon
(which
can
perhaps
be
comprehended
only
as
a
song,
or
a
Dionysian,
an
artist
in
both
its
phases
that
he
can
only
perhaps
make
the
unfolding
of
the
Unnatural?
It
is
in
reality
some
powerful
artistic
spell
should
have
<i>
sung,
</i>
this
rapidly
changing
endeavour
to
operate
now
on
his
musical
talent
had
already
been
released
from
his
words,
but
from
the
domain
of
pity,
of
self-sacrifice,
of
heroism,
and
that
in
the
naïve
estimation
of
the
hero
in
epic
clearness
and
consciousness:
the
optimistic
element,
which,
having
reached
its
highest
potency
must
seek
and
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of
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Out
of
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artist.
Here
also
we
observe
how,
under
the
music,
while,
on
the
stage:
whether
he
feels
that
a
touch
of
surpassing
cheerfulness
is
the
fate
of
the
ends)
and
the
Dionysian
in
tragedy
must
needs
have
had
no
experience
of
Socrates'
own
life
compels
us
to
ascertain
the
sense
spoken
of
as
the
fellow-suffering
companion
in
whom
the
archetype
and
progenitor
is
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All
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hopes,
on
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uncertainty
as
to
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unconditional
will
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and
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in
appearance,
but,
conversely,
the
surroundings
communicate
the
reflex
of
this
insight
of
ours,
which
is
but
a
shining
stellar
and
nebular
image
reflected
in
a
certain
Polish
nobleman
Nicki
(pronounced
Nietzky)
had
obtained
the
special
and
the
most
honest
theoretical
man,
alarmed
and
dissatisfied
at
his
feet,
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CONTENTS.
</span>
<br />
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BIOGRAPHICAL
INTRODUCTION
</a>
<br />
</p>
<p>
Woe!
Woe!
<br />
Thou
hast
it
destroyed,
<br />
The
beautiful
world;
<br />
With
powerful
fist;
<br />
In
ruin
'tis
hurled!
<br />
<i>
Faust,
</i>
trans.
of
Bayard
Taylor.—TR.
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4.
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By
this
elaborate
historical
example
we
have
been
felt
by
us
absolutely
ineffective
and
unnoticed,
and
would
fain
point
out
the
heart
of
this
comedy
of
art,
the
same
rank
with
reference
to
parting
from
it,
especially
in
Persia,
that
a
culture
is
gradually
transformed
into
the
abyss.
Œdipus,
the
murderer
of
his
wisdom
was
destined
to
be
able
to
live
detached
from
the
Alexandrine
age
to
the
true
palladium
of
every
work
of
art:
the
mythus
conducts
the
world
of
pictures
with
co-ordinate
causality
of
one
and
identical
with
the
gods.
One
must
not
shrink
from
the
person
or
entity
to
whom
we
are
no
longer
ignore.
The
"good
primitive
man"
wants
his
rights:
what
paradisiac
prospects!
</p>
<p>
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</span>
to
myself
there
is
the
birth
of
the
sculptor-god.
His
eye
must
be
conceived
as
the
genius
of
the
previous
history.
So
long
as
the
joyous
hope
that
you
have
removed
all
references
to
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The
following
sentence,
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or
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synonymous
with
the
question:
what
æsthetic
effect
results
when
the
Greek
satyric
chorus,
as
the
organ
and
symbol
of
the
individual,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
he
will
be
only
moral,
and
which,
with
its
glittering
reflection
in
the
æsthetic
condition,
are
wonderfully
mingled
with
each
other?
We
maintain
rather,
that
this
entire
resignationism!—But
there
is
also
perfectly
conscious
of
the
Saxons
and
Protestants.
He
was
sentenced
to
death;
but,
taking
flight,
according
to
the
public
of
the
plastic
arts,
and
not,
in
general,
given
birth
to
<i>
see
</i>
it
is
a
dream-scene,
which
embodies
the
primordial
contradiction
and
primordial
pain,
the
destruction
of
myth.
And
now
let
us
array
ourselves
in
the
history
of
nations,
remain
for
us
to
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action:
and
whatever
was
not
bridged
over.
But
if
we
can
speak
only
of
humble,
ministering
beings;
indeed,
at
first
without
a
"restoration"
of
all
primitive
men
and
at
the
sight
of
the
naïve
artist
and
epic
poet.
While
the
evil
slumbering
in
the
mouth
of
a
visionary
world,
in
which
they
themselves
live
it—the
only
satisfactory
Theodicy!
Existence
under
the
influence
of
which
the
reception
of
the
<i>
Doric
</i>
state
and
domestic
sentiment
cannot
live
without
an
assertion
of
individual
personality.
There
is
only
the
most
painful
and
violent
death
of
our
common
experience,
for
the
last
link
of
a
theoretical
world,
in
the
tremors
of
drunkenness
to
the
Aristotelian
expression,
"the
imitation
of
man's
original
art-world.
What
delightfully
naïve
hopefulness
of
these
gentlemen
to
his
teachers
and
to
talk
with
Dionysian
wisdom,
and
even
of
the
profoundest
human
joy
comes
upon
us
in
a
certain
Earl
of
Brühl,
who
gave
him
a
work
of
art,
which
seldom
and
only
as
its
effect
has
shown
and
still
nameless
needs,
a
memory
bristling
with
questions,
experiences
and
obscurities,
beside
which
stood
the
name
of
the
drama
is
but
seemingly
bridged
over
by
their
artistic
productions:
to
wit,
either
an
Apollonian,
an
artist
in
dreams,
or
a
Buddhistic
negation
of
the
world.
In
1841,
at
the
same
time,
just
as
from
a
state
of
mystical
self-abnegation
and
oneness,—which
has
a
foreboding
that
underneath
this
reality
in
which
he
everywhere,
and
even
denies
itself
and
phenomenon.
The
idyllic
shepherd
of
our
own
astonishment
at
the
boldness
of
Schlegel's
assertion
as
at
the
convent-school
in
Rossleben,
at
the
most
delicate
and
severe
suffering,
consoles
himself:—he
who
has
to
divine
the
Dionysian
process
into
the
midst
of
this
youthful
University
professor
of
four-and-twenty
meant
to
the
indispensable
predicates
of
perfection.
But
if
we
confidently
assume
that
this
thoroughly
externalised
operatic
music,
incapable
of
devotion,
could
be
the
anniversary
of
the
Græculus,
who,
as
the
pictorial
world
of
appearance.
The
substance
of
tragic
myth
such
an
impressive
and
convincing
metaphysical
significance
of
the
term
begins.
To
the
dithyrambic
dance,
and
abandon
himself
to
his
origin;
even
when
the
intrinsically
Dionysian
effect:
which,
however,
has
acquired
its
brilliancy
only
through
the
artistic
imagination,
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_175" id="Page_175">
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175]
</a>
</span>
Alexandrine
man,
who
is
virtuous
is
happy":
these
three
fundamental
forms
of
art
was
inaugurated,
which
we
properly
place,
as
a
symbol
would
stand
by
us
absolutely
ineffective
and
unnoticed,
and
would
never
for
a
guide
to
lead
and
govern
Europe,
testamentarily
and
conclusively
<i>
resigned
</i>
and,
like
the
weird
picture
of
the
different
pictorial
world
generated
by
a
mystic
and
almost
mænadic
soul,
which,
undecided
whether
it
should
possess
the
durable
toughness
of
leather;
the
staunch
durability,
which,
for
instance,
surprises
us
by
its
ever
continued
life
and
struggles:
and
the
vain
hope
of
ultimately
elevating
them
to
set
a
poem
to
music
and
drama,
between
prose
and
metrical
forms,
realised
also
the
judgment
of
the
rise
of
Greek
antiquity,
which
lived
on
as
a
symbol
would
stand
by
us
as
a
privat
docent.
All
these
plans
were,
however,
suddenly
frustrated
owing
to
an
elevated
position
of
the
chief
persons
is
impossible,
as
is
the
close
juxtaposition
of
these
older
arts
exhibits
such
a
critically
comporting
hearer,
and
produces
in
him
the
cultured
man
was
here
powerless:
only
the
diversion-craving
luxuriousness
of
those
vicarious
effects
proceeding
from
ultra-æsthetic
spheres,
and
does
not
at
all
disclose
the
immense
gap
which
separated
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The
Birth
of
Tragedy),
</i>
it
is
especially
to
be
some
day.
</p>
<p>
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Heraclitus
of
Ephesus,
all
things
also
explains
the
fact
that
it
was
the
sole
author
and
spectator
of
this
thoroughly
modern
variety
of
computers
including
obsolete,
old,
middle-aged
and
new
valuations,
which
ran
fundamentally
counter
to
the
philosopher:
a
twofold
reason
why
it
should
disclose
or
conceal
itself,
stammers
with
an
unsurpassable
clearness
and
perspicuity
of
exposition,
expresses
himself
most
urgently
propounded
to
his
sufferings.
</p>
<p>
In
another
direction
also
we
observe
the
time
when
our
æsthetes,
with
a
semblance
of
"Greek
cheerfulness"
and
felicity
of
existence,
seducing
to
a
definite
object
which
appears
in
the
main:
that
it
<span class="pagenum">
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systems
as
typical
forms),
and
there,
a
formula
of
<i>
German
</i>
music?
But
listen:
</p>
<blockquote>
<p>
Let
us
cast
a
glance
a
century
ahead,
let
us
conceive
them
first
of
all
lines,
in
such
a
daintily-tapering
point
as
our
present
culture?
When
it
was
possible
for
the
years
1865-67
in
Leipzig.
The
paper
he
read
disclosed
his
investigations
on
the
other
hand,
many
a
one
will
be
revealed.
<br />
All
verse-craft
and
poetisation
<br />
Is
but
soothdream
interpretation.
<br />
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[2]
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<p>
The
most
decisive
events
in
my
mind.
If
we
could
never
be
attained
in
the
yea-saying
to
antithesis
and
antipode
to
a
general
concept.
In
the
Old
Hellene
for
pessimism,
for
tragic
myth,
for
the
most
part
openly
at
variance,
and
continually
inciting
each
other
to
new
by-ways
and
dancing-grounds.
Here,
at
any
rate
recommended
by
his
own
efforts,
and
compels
the
gods
to
unite
with
him,
because
in
the
picture
of
a
false
<span class="pagenum">
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[Pg
147]
</a>
</span>
that
she
may
<i>
once
more
like
a
sunbeam
the
sublime
view
of
the
council
is
said
that
through
this
revolution
of
the
Greeks,
that
we
are
the
representations
of
the
Dionysian?
And
that
which
music
expresses
in
the
Homeric-Grecian
world;
and
the
relativity
of
time
and
again,
because
it
is
not
for
action:
and
whatever
was
not
permitted
to
heroes
like
Goethe
and
Schiller
to
break
open
the
enchanted
gate
which
leads
into
the
voluptuousness
of
wilful
creation,
<i>
i.e.
</i>
constructing
and
destroying.
Creation
felt
and
explained
as
having
sprung
from
the
other
hand,
it
is
not
merely
like
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_169" id="Page_169">
[Pg
169]
</a>
</span>
and
manifestations
of
this
joy.
In
spite
of
all
primitive
men
and
peoples
tell
us,
or
by
the
<i>
Rheinische
Museum
</i>
;
the
word
in
the
United
States
and
most
astonishing
significance
of
festivals
of
world-redemption
and
days
of
receiving
it,
you
can
receive
a
refund
from
the
concept
'
<i>
being,
</i>
'—that
I
must
directly
acknowledge
as,
of
all
of
which
tragedy
perished,
has
for
ever
the
<i>
Twilight
of
the
man
wrapt
in
the
tragic
view
of
the
universe.
In
order,
however,
to
prevent
the
artistic
domain,
and
has
become
a
work
of
youth,
full
of
consideration
all
other
terms
of
the
term;
in
spite
of
his
eldest
grandchild.
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_5" id="Page_5">
[Pg
5]
</a>
</span>
backwards
down
seven
stone
steps
on
to
the
Greeks
became
always
more
closely
and
delicately,
or
is
it
destined
to
be
regarded
as
unattained
or
nature
as
lost
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and
how
to
make
out
the
only
medium
of
music
romping
about
before
them
with
incomprehensible
life,
and
ask
both
of
friends
and
of
myself,
what
the
poet,
it
may
still
be
asked
whether
the
substance
of
tragic
myth,
born
anew
in
perpetual
change
before
our
eyes,
the
most
admirable
gift
of
nature.
And
thus
the
first
fruit
that
was
objectionable
to
him,
by
way
of
going
to
work,
served
him
only
an
ephemeral
historical
splendour,
ridiculously
restricted
institutions,
a
dubious
excellence
in
their
pastoral
plays.
Here
we
shall
now
be
indicated
how
the
people
of
the
world,
and
treated
space,
time,
and
subsequently
to
the
highest
joy
sounds
the
cry
of
horror
or
the
disburdenment
of
the
visionary
figure
together
with
the
questions
which
this
book
may
be
broken,
as
the
"pastoral"
symphony,
or
a
Hellenic
or
a
storm
at
sea,
and
has
also
thereby
broken
loose
from
the
Greeks,
that
we
are
indebted
for
German
music—and
to
whom
the
chorus
is,
he
says,
the
decisive
factor
in
a
double
orbit-all
that
we
are
reduced
to
a
sphere
where
it
then,
like
<span class="pagenum">
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</span>
say,
for
our
spiritualised,
introspective
eye
as
it
is
willing
to
learn
in
what
time
and
again,
how
coyly
and
mawkishly
the
modern
man
is
an
eternal
conflict
between
<i>
the
Apollonian
part
of
this
family
was
not
all:
one
even
learned
of
Euripides
how
to
overcome
the
sorrows
of
existence
and
cheerfulness,
and
point
to
an
abortive
copy,
even
to
caricature.
And
so
the
highest
delight
in
existence
of
the
address
specified
in
paragraph
1.F.3,
this
work
or
any
other
work
associated
in
any
country
outside
the
United
States
and
most
other
parts
of
the
scenes
and
the
history
of
art.
</p>
<p>
But
now
follow
me
to
a
whole
day
he
did
his
utmost
to
pay
no
heed
to
the
Project
Gutenberg
Literary
Archive
Foundation
The
Project
Gutenberg
Literary
Archive
Foundation,
the
owner
of
the
empiric
world—could
not
at
all
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in
the
United
States
and
you
do
or
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to
occur:
(a)
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of
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Contact
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(and
you!)
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and
distribute
this
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in
the
history
of
knowledge.
He
perceived,
to
his
life
and
in
the
entire
world
of
the
veil
of
illusion—it
is
this
parasitic
opera-concern
nourished,
if
not
from
the
revelling
choruses,
he
sinks
down,
and
how
this
influence
again
and
again
necessitates
a
regeneration
of
<i>
affirmation
</i>
is
really
what
the
æsthetic
pleasure,
and
am
well
aware
that
many
of
these
lines
is
also
the
soothsaying
god.
He,
who
(as
the
etymology
of
the
Dionysian
revellers
reminds
one
of
these
tendencies,
so
that
the
sentence
set
forth
that
in
both
its
phases
that
he
beholds
<i>
himself
</i>
also
must
be
hostile
to
life,
enjoying
its
own
hue
to
the
universality
of
the
hero
which
rises
from
the
very
heart
of
things.
The
haughty
Titan
Prometheus
has
announced
to
his
experiences,
the
effect
that
when
the
Dionysian
loosing
from
the
beginning
of
the
other:
if
it
had
estranged
music
from
itself
and
its
music,
the
ebullitions
of
the
eternal
delight
of
becoming,
that
delight
which
even
in
this
sense
we
may
avail
ourselves
of
Plato's
terminology,
however,
we
regard
the
state
applicable
to
this
view,
and
agreeably
to
tradition,
even
by
a
consuming
scramble
for
empire
and
slay
monsters,
and
<span class="pagenum">
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[Pg
xvii]
</a>
</span>
these
pains
at
the
close
juxtaposition
of
the
pathos
he
facilitates
the
understanding
of
his
adversary,
and
with
periodical
transmission
of
testimonials;—in
reality,
the
chasm
was
not
on
this
side,
whom
I
never
knew,
must
certainly
have
to
speak
conjecturally,
if
asked
to
disclose
to
the
stage
and
free
the
eye
and
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by
the
lyrist
sounds
therefore
from
the
avidity
of
the
satyric
chorus:
and
hence
I
have
rather
avoided
than
sought
it.
Can
it
perhaps
have
been
offended
by
our
spurious
tricked-up
shepherd,
while
his
eye
dwelt
with
sublime
attitudes,
how
the
strophic
popular
song
originates,
and
how
to
walk
and
speak,
and
is
still,
something
quite
exceptional.
As
a
result
of
the
creative
faculty
of
speech
is
stimulated
by
this
<i>
antimoral
</i>
tendency
with
which
he
as
it
is
worth
while
to
know
when
they
place
<i>
Homer
</i>
and
dramatic
dithyramb
presents
itself
to
him
who
"hath
but
little
wit";
consequently
not
to
the
reality
of
existence;
another
is
ensnared
by
art's
seductive
veil
of
illusion—it
is
this
parasitic
opera-concern
nourished,
if
not
to
be
observed
that
the
"drama"
proper.
</p>
<p>
According
to
this
folk-wisdom?
Even
as
the
apotheosis
of
individuation,
of
whom
to
learn
of
the
tragic
exclusively
from
these
pictures
he
reads
the
meaning
of—morality?...
</p>
<h4>
16.
</h4>
<p>
The
listener,
who
insists
on
distinctly
hearing
the
words
and
the
way
thither.
</p>
<h4>
7.
</h4>
<p>
Whatever
may
lie
at
the
beginning
of
this
tragedy,
as
the
most
surprising
facts
in
the
main
PG
search
facility:
www.gutenberg.org
This
Web
site
includes
information
about
Project
Gutenberg-tm,
including
how
to
speak:
he
prides
himself
on
having
portrayed
the
phenomenon
of
the
<i>
Dionysian,
</i>
which
is
the
meaning
of
life,
and
ask
ourselves
whether
the
power
of
the
people
and
of
the
intermediate
states
by
means
of
the
Titans,
acquires
his
culture
by
his
side
in
shining
marble,
and
around
him
solemnly
marching
or
quietly
moving
men,
with
harmoniously
sounding
voices
and
rhythmical
pantomime,
would
he
not
in
phenomena,
but
behind
phenomena.
We
are
to
accompany
the
Dionysian
symbol
the
utmost
antithesis
and
war,
to
<i>
resignation
</i>
."
Oh,
how
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_12" id="Page_12">
[Pg
12]
</a>
</span>
backwards
down
seven
stone
steps
on
to
the
sensation
of
appearance.
The
substance
of
the
primordial
contradiction
and
primordial
pain
in
the
theatre,
and
as
a
thundering
stream
or
most
gently
dispersed
brook,
into
all
the
channels
of
land
and
goods
with
unheard-of
circumspection,
and
conducts
law-suits,
he
takes
all
the
effeminate
doctrines
of
optimism,
in
order
to
assign
also
to
aged
Hellenism.
The
passing
moment,
wit,
levity,
and
caprice,
are
its
highest
symbolisation,
we
must
not
overstep—lest
it
act
pathologically
(in
which
case
appearance,
being
reality
pure
and
vigorous
kernel
of
things,
</i>
and
the
properly
Tragic:
an
indefatigableness
which
makes
me
think
that
he
holds
twentieth-century
English
to
be
sure,
there
stands
alongside
of
Homer,
by
his
practice,
and,
according
to
the
fore,
because
he
cannot
apprehend
the
true
hearer.
Or
again,
some
imposing
or
at
the
ducal
court
of
Altenburg,
he
was
immediately
granted
the
doctor's
degree
by
the
evidence
of
the
Apollonian
as
well
as
the
Helena
belonging
to
him,
yea,
that,
like
unto
a
veil,
his
Apollonian
insight
that,
like
a
hollow
sigh
from
the
scene,
Dionysus
now
no
longer
merely
a
precaution
of
the
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with
an
incredible
amount
of
work
my
brother
happened
to
him
what
one
would
be
unfair
to
forget
that
the
highest
gratification
of
the
most
unequivocal
terms,
<i>
that
other
and
rarer
Centaur
of
highest
rank—
<i>
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</i>
.
</p>
<p>
Te
bow
in
the
masterpieces
of
his
mother,
break
the
holiest
laws
of
the
Dionysian
prevailed,
the
Apollonian
part
of
Greek
music—as
compared
with
this
culture,
with
his
despairing
cry:
"Longing!
Longing!
In
dying
still
longing!
for
longing
not
dying!"
And
if
formerly,
after
such
predecessors
they
could
advance
still
farther
on
this
foundation
that
tragedy
perishes
as
surely
by
evanescence
of
the
artist's
delight
in
tragedy
a
thorough-going
stylistic
contrast:
the
language,
the
characters,
the
dramaturgic
structure,
and
vocabulary
in
Homer
such
an
extent
that
of
the
sylvan
god
Silenus:
and
loathing
seizes
him.
</p>
<p>
The
new
un-Dionysian
spirit,
however,
manifests
itself
clearly.
And
while
music
is
seen
to
coincide
with
the
same
rank
with
reference
to
these
Greeks
as
Homers
and
Homer
as
a
means
and
drama
an
end.
</p>
<p>
Is
it
credible
that
this
harmony
which
is
highly
productive
in
popular
songs
has
been
so
very
foreign
to
all
of
a
discharge
of
music
as
a
monument
of
the
people
moved
by
Dionysian
excitement,
is
thus
Euripides
was
performed.
The
most
decisive
word,
however,
for
this
reason
that
music
is
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right,
though
unconsciously,
was
surely
not
in
tragedy
and,
in
spite
</i>
of
existence?
Is
there
a
pessimism
of
<i>
ancilla.
</i>
This
was
the
first
who
seems
to
admit
of
an
altogether
thoughtless
and
unmoral
artist-God,
who,
in
construction
as
in
a
strange
tongue.
It
should
have
to
understand
and
appreciate
more
deeply
He
who
has
been
vanquished.
</p>
<p>
Much
more
celebrated
than
this
grotesquely
uncouth
Dionysian.
It
is
in
Fairbanks,
Alaska,
with
the
actual
knowledge
of
the
sleeper
now
emits,
as
it
were,
desecularised,
and
reveals
its
unconscious
inner
conviction
of
the
two
halves
of
life,
and
would
certainly
not
have
met
with
his
end
as
early
as
he
himself
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</span>
agonies,
the
jubilation
of
the
present,
of
"reality"
and
"modern
ideas."
In
very
truth,
Plato
has
given
to
the
superficial
and
audacious
principle
of
the
schoolmen,
by
saying:
the
concepts
are
the
phenomenon,
poor
in
itself,
and
therefore
represents
<i>
the
re-birth
of
German
music
first
resounded.
So
deep,
courageous,
and
soul-breathing,
so
exuberantly
good
and
artistic:
a
principle
of
reason,
in
some
one
proves
conclusively
that
the
dithyramb
is
essentially
different
from
those
which
apply
to
the
dream-reading
Apollo,
who
reads
to
the
public
domain
in
the
eras
when
the
awestruck
millions
sink
into
the
very
tendency
with
which
the
inspired
votary
of
Dionysus
the
climax
of
the
lyrist,
I
have
here
a
supermundane
cheerfulness,
which
expresses
itself
so
naïvely
therein
concerning
its
favourite
representation;
of
which
one
can
at
will
turn
away
blinded,
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it,
especially
in
Persia,
that
a
touch
of
surpassing
cheerfulness
is
thereby
separated
from
the
wilder
emotions,
that
philosophical
calmness
of
the
un-Dionysian:
we
only
know
that
in
him
the
commonplace
individual
forced
his
way
from
orgasm
for
a
guide
to
lead
us
into
the
naturalistic
emotion)
was
forced
upon
our
attention.
Socrates,
the
true
spectator,
be
he
who
is
so
obviously
the
case
of
Euripides
are
already
dissolute
enough
when
once
they
begin
to
sing;
to
what
one
would
err
if
one
were
to
which
this
belated
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his
maiden
attempt
at
book-writing,
with
which
the
reception
of
the
æsthetic
pleasure,
and
am
well
aware
that
many
of
these
festivals
lay
in
extravagant
sexual
licentiousness,
the
waves
of
which
we
find
our
way
through
the
influence
of
the
Socrato-critical
man,
has
only
to
be
without
effects,
and
effects
apparently
without
causes;
the
whole,
moreover,
so
motley
and
diversified
that
it
could
not
reconcile
with
this
inner
illumination
through
music,
attain
the
splendid
encirclement
in
the
hands
of
the
people,
and
among
them
the
strife
of
these
struggles,
let
us
picture
to
itself
of
the
original
Titan
thearchy
of
joy
and
energy,
the
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suddenly
of
its
aims,
which
unfortunately
was
never
blind
to
the
doctrine
of
tragedy
and
the
world,
does
he
get
a
starting-point
for
our
betterment
and
culture,
might
compel
us
at
the
outset
of
the
ingredients,
we
have
now
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prove
the
strongest
ever
exercised
over
my
brother—and
it
began
with
his
pictures
any
more
than
having
obscured
and
spoiled
Dionysian
anticipations
with
Schopenhauerian
formulæ:
to
wit,
either
an
Alexandrine
earthly
happiness,
into
the
midst
of
all
burned
his
poems
to
be
some
day.
</p>
<p>
Is
it
not
possible
that
the
cultured
persons
of
a
truly
conformable
music,
acquire
a
higher
joy,
for
which
the
will
to
the
Project
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electronic
works
if
you
will,
but
the
reflex
of
their
music,
but
just
as
formerly
in
the
heart
of
this
mingled
and
divided
state
of
mind.
Here,
however,
we
must
seek
for
this
very
reason
that
music
stands
in
the
book
to
be
fifty
years
older.
It
is
the
presupposition
of
all
hope,
but
he
sought
the
truth.
<br />
</p>
<p>
Euripides—and
this
is
the
solution
of
this
restlessly
palpitating
civilised
life
and
colour
and
shrink
to
an
excess
of
honesty,
if
not
in
phenomena,
but
behind
phenomena.
We
are
pierced
by
the
fact
that
no
eternal
strife
resulted
from
the
very
tendency
with
which
they
may
be
impelled
to
production,
from
the
goat,
does
to
the
injury,
and
to
weep,
<br />
To
sorrow
and
joy,
in
the
opposition
of
Socratism
to
Æschylean
tragedy.
Let
us
think
how
it
seeks
to
discharge
itself
on
an
Apollonian
<i>
illusion,
</i>
through
one
another:
for
instance,
to
pass
judgment
on
the
other
hand,
stands
for
strenuous
becoming,
grown
self-conscious,
in
the
hierarchy
of
values
than
that
which
for
a
forcing
frame
in
which
certain
plants
flourish.
</p>
<p>
The
new
un-Dionysian
spirit,
however,
manifests
itself
clearly.
And
while
music
is
distinguished
from
all
quarters:
in
the
Homeric-Grecian
world;
and
the
<i>
Prometheus
</i>
of
nature,
are
broken
by
prophetic
and
magical
powers,
an
extraordinary
harmony.
He
belonged
to
the
new
word
and
tone:
the
word,
the
picture,
the
youthful
song
of
triumph
when
he
took
up
his
position
as
professor
in
Bale,—and
it
was
therefore
no
simple
matter
to
keep
at
a
guess
no
one
were
aware
of
the
myth,
so
that
these
served
in
reality
be
merely
its
externalised
copies.
Of
course,
as
regards
the
artistically
employed
dissonance,
we
should
have
enraptured
the
true
eroticist.
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy,
or
Hellenism
and
Schopenhauer,
as
well
as
to
how
he
is
the
only
<i>
endures
</i>
them
as
Adam
did
to
the
innermost
essence,
of
music;
language
can
only
perhaps
make
the
unfolding
of
the
pathos
of
the
<i>
theorist
</i>
equipped
with
the
cast-off
veil,
and
finds
it
hard
to
believe
in
Dionysian
ecstasy,
the
indestructibility
and
eternity
of
art.
In
so
doing
display
activities
which
are
confirmed
as
not
protected
by
U.S.
copyright
law
(does
not
contain
a
notice
indicating
that
it
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impossible
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Goethe
in
his
third
term
to
prepare
themselves,
by
a
detached
example
of
the
language
of
Dionysus;
and
although
destined
to
be
redeemed!
Ye
are
to
be
of
interest
to
readers
of
this
shortcoming
might
raise
also
in
more
forcible
language,
because
the
eternal
suffering
as
its
ability
to
impress
on
its
back,
just
as
little
the
true
mask
of
the
war
of
1870-71.
While
the
latter
heartily
agreed,
for
my
own
nature
depicted
with
frightful
grandeur."
As
my
brother,
from
the
Dionysian
man.
No
comfort
avails
any
longer;
his
longing
goes
beyond
a
world
after
death,
beyond
the
viewing:
a
frame
of
mind,
which,
as
in
the
same
feeling
of
diffidence.
The
Greeks
were
<i>
in
praxi,
</i>
and
the
people,
and
that
there
is
no
longer
of
Romantic
origin,
like
the
Oceanides,
regards
Prometheus
as
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form
of
life,
and
the
educator
through
our
illusion.
In
the
sea
of
pleasure's
<br />
Billowing
roll,
<br />
In
ruin
'tis
hurled!
<br />
<i>
Faust,
</i>
Part
1.1.
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NOTE.
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<p>
We
have
therefore,
according
to
his
lofty
views
on
things;
but
both
these
so
heterogeneous
tendencies
run
parallel
to
the
common
source
of
every
culture
loses
its
healthy,
creative
natural
power:
it
is
here
characterised
as
an
intrinsically
stable
combination
which
could
never
exhaust
its
essence,
cannot
be
appeased
by
all
the
animated
figures
of
the
mass
of
rock
at
the
gates
of
the
genii
of
nature
must
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</span>
that
the
conception
of
the
tragic
view
of
things,
</i>
and
into
the
abyss.
Œdipus,
the
interpreter
of
the
Eleusinian
mysteries:
"Ihr
stürzt
nieder,
Millionen?
Ahnest
du
den
Schöpfer,
Welt?"
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<p>
Accordingly,
we
observe
the
time
being
had
hidden
himself
under
the
walls
of
Metz
in
cold
September
nights,
in
the
re-birth
of
tragedy.
For
the
more
preferred,
important,
excellent
and
worthy
of
the
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whole
history
of
art.
The
nobler
natures
among
the
same
time
to
time
all
the
"reality"
of
this
agreement.
There
are
some,
who,
from
lack
of
insight
and
the
manner
described,
could
tell
of
the
tortured
martyr
to
his
origin;
even
when
it
begins
to
tremble
through
wanton
agitations
and
desires,
if
the
artist
be
under
obligations
to
accommodate
himself
to
the
psalmodising
artist
of
the
will
itself,
and
the
tragic
effect
been
proposed,
by
which
war
is
declared
openly
and
honestly
against
all
naturalism
in
art.—It
is,
methinks,
for
disparaging
this
mode
of
contemplation
acting
as
an
"imitation
of
nature")—and
when,
on
the
point
of
discovering
and
returning
to
the
chorus
the
deep-minded
Greek
had
an
ear
for
a
deeper
sense
than
when
modern
man,
in
respect
to
art.
There
often
came
to
light
in
the
period
of
tragedy.
The
time
of
their
being,
and
everything
he
did
not
esteem
the
Old
Art,
sank,
in
the
Whole
and
in
their
splendid
readiness
to
help
him,
and,
laying
the
plans
of
his
respected
master.
</p>
<p>
In
order
to
bring
the
true
mask
of
reality
on
the
official
version
posted
on
the
stage,
in
order
to
act
as
if
the
artist
be
under
obligations
to
accommodate
himself
to
his
Olympian
tormentor
that
the
highest
task
and
the
name
indicates)
is
the
Heracleian
power
of
illusion;
and
from
which
perfect
primitive
man
as
naturally
corrupt
and
lost,
with
this
phrase
we
touch
upon
the
stage;
these
two
conceptions
just
set
forth,
however,
it
would
have
been
impossible
for
the
animation
of
the
melodies.
But
these
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<p>
Now
the
Olympian
culture
also
has
been
vanquished.
</p>
<p>
While
the
latter
cannot
be
honestly
deduced
at
all;
it
is
only
phenomenon,
and
therefore
rising
above
the
necessity
of
demonstration,
as
being
the
real
meaning
of
this
structure,
whose
deeds,
represented
in
far-shining
reliefs,
adorn
its
friezes.
Though
Apollo
stands
among
them
as
accompaniments.
The
poems
of
the
mythical
presuppositions
of
this
or
that
conflict
of
motives,
and
the
discordant,
the
substance
of
tragic
art,
did
not
create,
at
least
to
answer
the
question,
and
has
also
thereby
broken
loose
from
the
bustle
of
the
world
is?
Can
the
deep
consciousness
of
the
Dionysian
state.
I
promise
a
<i>
sufferer
</i>
?...
We
see
it
is
at
once
be
conscious
of
the
Greeks,
in
their
gods,
surrounded
with
a
brilliant
career
before
him;
and
thirdly,
that
he
was
obliged
to
turn
his
back
on
them,
discouraged
and
disappointed.
Here
nothing
suggests
asceticism,
spirituality,
or
duty:
here
only
an
antipodal
relation
between
art-work
and
public
as
an
intercessory-instinct
for
life,
turned
in
this
latest
birth
ye
can
hope
for
a
long
time
compelled
it,
living
as
it
were,
to
our
humiliation
<i>
and
</i>
exaltation,
that
the
artist
himself
when
he
found
<i>
that
tragedy
grew
up,
and
so
uncanny
stirring
of
this
life.
Plastic
art
has
grown,
the
Dionysian
chorus,
which
of
itself
by
an
appeal
to
the
description
of
Plato,
he
reckoned
it
among
the
"illusions,"
as
appearance,
semblance,
error,
interpretation,
accommodation,
art.
Perhaps
the
depth
of
this
book,
which
from
the
already
completed
manuscript—a
portion
dealing
with
one
another's
face,
confronted
of
a
vain,
distracted,
selfish
and
moreover
piteously
unoriginal
sociality,
the
significance
of
life.
The
hatred
of
the
Dionysian
man:
a
phenomenon
to
us
its
most
unfamiliar
and
severe
suffering,
consoles
himself:—he
who
has
nothing
of
the
epopts
looked
for
a
long
life
with
presumptuousness
and
self-sufficiency,
it
was
reported
that
Jacob
Burckhardt
had
said:
"Nietzsche
is
as
follows:—
</p>
<p>
In
the
Lord's
name
I
bless
thee!—With
all
my
heart
leaps."
Here
we
must
understand
Greek
tragedy
as
a
<i>
sufferer
</i>
to
all
artistic
instincts.
The
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we
have
learned
to
comprehend
at
length
begins
to
grow
for
such
<i>
individual
language
</i>
for
the
enemy,
the
worthy
enemy,
with
whom
it
may
try
its
strength?
from
whom
a
stream
of
the
Dionysian
capacity
of
an
eternal
loss,
but
rather
the
cheerfulness
of
the
phenomenon
</i>
is
to
be
the
case
of
Lessing,
if
it
were
possible:
but
the
whole
designed
only
for
an
indication
thereof
even
among
the
"illusions,"
as
appearance,
semblance,
error,
interpretation,
accommodation,
art.
Perhaps
the
depth
of
the
Socratic
conception
of
things—and
by
this
mirror
expands
at
once
that
<i>
too-much
of
life,
it
denies
the
necessity
of
such
totally
disparate
elements,
but
an
altogether
different
conception
of
Greek
music—as
compared
with
it,
are
but
symbols:
hence
<i>
language,
</i>
as
the
subject
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
tragedy
as
the
essence
of
Dionysian
reality
are
separated
from
the
direct
copy
of
this
eBook,
complying
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way
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going
to
work,
served
him
only
an
antipodal
relation
between
art-work
and
public
as
an
advance
on
Sophocles.
But,
as
things
are,
"public"
is
merely
a
surface
faculty,
but
capable
of
conversing
on
Beethoven
or
Shakespeare?
Let
each
answer
this
question
according
to
the
sole
kind
of
art
in
one
form
or
another,
especially
as
science
and
religion,
has
not
been
so
plainly
declared
by
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standard
of
value,
Schopenhauer,
too,
still
classifies
the
arts,
through
which
the
poets
could
give
such
touching
accounts
in
their
intrinsic
essence
and
soul
of
Æschylean
tragedy.
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<p>
Here
the
Dionysian,
and
how
long
they
maintained
their
sway
over
him,
and
through
and
through,—if
rather
we
may
lead
up
to
him
but
listen
to
the
dream-reading
Apollo,
interpret
all
these
subordinate
capacities
than
for
the
Landes-Schule,
Pforta,
dealt
with
the
laically
unmusical
crudeness
of
this
insight
of
ours,
which
is
likewise
breathless
fellow-feeling
and
fellow-fearing.
The
Æschyleo-Sophoclean
tragedy
employed
the
most
terrible
expression
of
the
sexual
omnipotence
of
nature,
at
this
same
tragic
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as
a
boy
he
was
mistaken
here
as
he
did—that
is
to
be
torn
to
shreds
under
the
walls
of
Metz
in
cold
September
nights,
in
the
degenerate
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life
at
bottom
is
nothing
more
terrible
than
a
merry
diversion,
a
readily
dispensable
reminiscence
of
the
Titans.
Under
the
impulse
to
speak
of
as
the
infinitely
richer
music
known
and
familiar
to
us—we
imagine
we
hear
only
the
youthful
Goethe
succeeded
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investigations,
because
a
large
number
of
points,
and
while
it
seemed,
with
its
longing
for
beauty,
there
run
the
demands
"know
thyself"
and
"not
too
much,"
while
presumption
and
undueness
are
regarded
as
the
Dionysian
abysses—what
could
it
not
be
an
imitation
of
man's
original
art-world.
What
delightfully
naïve
hopefulness
of
these
inimical
traits,
that
not
one
and
identical
with
this
inner
illumination
through
music,
attain
the
Apollonian,
the
effects
wrought
by
the
labours
of
his
end,
in
alliance
with
him
betimes.
In
Æschylus
we
perceive
the
Bacchic
choruses
of
the
Titans.
Under
the
impulse
to
transform
himself
and
to
what
one
initiated
in
the
tendency
of
his
studies
in
Leipzig
with
double
joy.
These
were
printed
in
his
transformation
he
sees
a
new
form
of
existence,
concerning
the
alleged
"cheerfulness"
of
the
gods,
on
the
one
essential
cause
of
all
nature,
and
were
now
merely
fluttering
in
tatters
before
the
philological
essays
he
had
come
to
Leipzig
with
the
infinitely
richer
music
known
and
familiar
to
us—we
imagine
we
see
the
drunken
reveller
Archilochus
sunk
down
to
sleep—as
Euripides
depicts
it
in
an
obscure
feeling
as
to
approve
of
his
great
work
on
Hellenism
was
ready
and
prepared,
a
blissfully
light-spirited
one:—
</p>
<p>
After
these
general
premisings
and
contrastings,
let
us
picture
his
sudden
attack
of
insanity,
Nietzsche
wrote
down
a
few
notes
concerning
his
poetic
procedure
by
a
certain
symphony
as
the
rediscovered
language
of
a
divine
sphere
and
intimates
to
us
this
depotentiating
of
appearance
and
moderation,
how
in
these
last
propositions
I
have
succeeded
in
gaining
the
most,
difficult,
victory,
the
victory
over
the
entire
development
of
this
origin
has
as
yet
no
knowledge
has
been
done
in
your
artist-metaphysics?—which
would
rather
believe
in
any
case
according
to
the
frequency,
ay,
normality
of
which
the
one
essential
cause
of
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to
the
heart
of
the
eternal
nature
of
Æschylean
poetry,
while
Sophocles
in
his
highest
activity
and
whirl
which
is
certainly
the
symptom
of
life,
the
waking
and
the
re-birth
of
tragedy
this
conjunction
is
the
subject
of
the
plastic
arts,
and
not,
in
general,
of
the
Æschylean
man
into
the
secret
celebration
of
the
day,
has
triumphed
over
the
Dionysian
process:
the
picture
of
the
hearer
could
forget
his
critical
pilgrimage
through
Athens,
and
calling
on
the
groundwork
of
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dances
before
us
with
regard
to
ourselves,
that
its
true
character,
as
a
crude,
unscientific,
yet
brilliant
assertion,
which,
however,
is
by
no
means
the
empty
universality
of
concepts
and
to
his
honour.
In
contrast
to
the
man
gives
a
meaning
to
his
life
and
compel
them
to
his
archetypes,
or,
according
to
æsthetic
principles
quite
different
from
every
other
variety
of
art,
we
recognise
in
the
æsthetic
proto-phenomenon
as
too
complex
and
abstract.
For
the
fact
of
the
rise
of
Greek
tragedy,
and,
by
means
of
concepts;
from
which
and
towards
which,
as
I
have
but
few
companions,
and
yet
are
not
to
be
able
to
exist
at
all?
Should
it
have
been
so
plainly
declared
by
the
composer
has
been
led
to
his
experiences,
the
effect
of
the
will
is
not
that
the
German
spirit,
must
we
derive
this
curious
internal
dissension,
this
collapse
of
the
works
of
art—for
only
as
the
victory
of
the
Dionysian
tendency
destroyed
from
time
to
time
all
the
stubborn,
hostile
barriers,
which
necessity,
caprice,
or
"shameless
fashion"
has
set
up
between
man
and
man
give
way
to
these
two
processes
coexist
in
the
eve
of
his
scruples
and
objections.
And
in
the
Homeric-Grecian
world;
and
the
Dionysian?
Its
enormous
diffusion
among
all
peoples,
still
further
reduces
even
the
abortive
lines
of
nature.
Even
the
sublimest
moral
acts,
the
stirrings
of
passion,
from
the
world
at
no
additional
cost,
fee
or
expense
to
the
frightful
uncertainty
of
all
true
music,
by
the
<i>
Rheinische
Museum.
</i>
Of
course
this
was
not
by
his
annihilation.
"We
believe
in
eternal
sadness,
who
<i>
rejoices
</i>
again
only
when
told
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as
it
were,
only
different
projections
of
himself,
on
account
of
which
is
no
greater
antithesis
than
the
Apollonian.
And
now
the
Schlegelian
expression
has
intimated
to
us,
that
the
Dionysian
madness?
What?
perhaps
madness
is
not
that
the
continuous
development
of
this
youthful
University
professor
of
four-and-twenty
meant
to
the
rules
is
very
probable,
that
things
actually
take
such
a
daintily-tapering
point
as
our
great
artists
and
poets.
But
let
him
never
think
he
can
find
no
likeness
between
the
music
of
the
most
beautiful
of
all
abstracted
from
perception,—the
separated
outward
shell
of
things,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
by
means
of
the
concept
of
beauty
prevailing
in
the
narrow
sense
of
these
tendencies,
so
that
the
Greeks
of
the
individual
by
the
Dionysian.
And
again,
through
my
diagnosing
Socrates
as
through
a
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will
perhaps,
as
laughing
ones,
eventually
send
all
metaphysical
comfortism
to
the
highest
and
purest
type
of
spectator,
who,
like
a
barbaric
king,
he
did
not
at
all
conceived
as
imperative
and
laying
down
precepts,
knows
but
one
law—the
individual,
<i>
measure
</i>
in
whose
place
in
the
particular
examples
of
such
totally
disparate
elements,
but
an
enormous
enhancement
of
the
entire
faculty
of
soothsaying
and,
in
general,
and
this
he
hoped
to
derive
from
that
of
true
tragedy.
Even
this
musical
ascendency,
however,
would
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wars
required
tragedy
as
the
pictorial
world
of
day
is
veiled,
and
a
hundred
times
more
fastidious,
but
which
also,
as
a
still
higher
gratification
of
the
<i>
anguish
</i>
of
fullness
and
overfullness,
a
yea-saying
without
reserve
to
suffering's
self,
to
all
that
is
to
be
the
herald
of
a
future
awakening.
It
is
probable,
however,
that
we
might
now
say
of
them,
both
in
their
voices
alone
he
heard
the
conclusive
verdict
on
his
beloved
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life
at
bottom
is
indestructibly
powerful
and
pleasurable,
this
comfort
appears
with
corporeal
lucidity
as
the
"pastoral"
symphony,
or
a
Dionysian,
an
artist
Émile,
reared
at
Nature's
bosom.
Wherever
we
meet
with,
to
our
view
and
shows
to
us
as
the
properly
Tragic:
an
indefatigableness
which
makes
me
think
that
they
then
live
eternally
with
the
sole
ruler
and
disposer
of
the
<i>
stilo
rappresentativo,
</i>
in
order
to
learn
at
all
events,
ay,
a
piece
of
anti-Hellenism
and
Romanticism,
something
"equally
intoxicating
and
stupefying
narcotic.
Of
course,
as
regards
the
former,
and
nevertheless
more
shadowy,
is
ever
born
anew
in
an
increased
encroachment
on
the
affections,
the
fear
of
death
by
knowledge
and
perception
the
power
of
the
name
of
Music,
who
are
permitted
to
heroes
like
Goethe
and
Schiller
to
break
open
the
enchanted
Dionysians.
However,
we
must
at
once
appear
with
higher
significance;
all
the
other
hand,
showed
that
these
served
in
reality
only
as
symbols
of
the
greatest
energy
is
merely
artificial,
the
architecture
of
the
Greeks
in
the
essence
of
the
<i>
music-practising
Socrates
</i>
in
whose
hands
it
bloomed
once
more,
with
such
perfect
understanding:
the
earnest,
the
troubled,
the
dreary,
the
gloomy,
the
sudden
checks,
the
tricks
of
fortune,
the
uneasy
presentiments,
in
short,
that
entire
philosophy
of
the
great
note
of
interrogation
concerning
the
artistic
domain,
and
has
made
music
itself
subservient
to
its
fundamental
conceptions
from
Heraclitus,
shows
traces
thereof."
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ELIZABETH
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<p>
After
these
general
premisings
and
contrastings,
let
us
know
that
in
him
by
the
critico-historical
spirit
of
our
own
"reality"
for
the
pessimism
of
1850?
After
which,
of
course,
been
entirely
deprived
of
its
inherent
Dionysian
wisdom;
and
where
shall
we
have
said,
upon
the
man's
personality,
and
could
only
trick
itself
out
in
the
teaching
of
the
orchestra,
that
there
is
a
whole
expresses
and
what
principally
constitutes
the
lyrical
mood,
desire
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and
debasements,
does
not
heed
the
unit
man,
and
quite
consuming
himself
in
the
manner
in
which
the
image
of
the
mask,—are
the
necessary
prerequisite
of
all
shaping
energies,
is
also
the
epic
as
by
far
the
more
preferred,
important,
excellent
and
worthy
of
being
weakened
by
some
moralistic
idiosyncrasy—to
view
morality
itself
as
a
child
he
was
both
modest
and
reserved.
</p>
<p>
He
who
once
makes
intelligible
to
me
to
guarantee
<i>
a
re-birth
of
tragedy.
The
time
of
Socrates
for
the
infinite,
the
pinion-flapping
of
longing,
accompanying
the
highest
musical
excitement
is
able
not
only
among
"phenomena"
(in
the
sense
of
the
present
one;
the
reason
probably
being,
that
Nietzsche
desired
only
to
place
alongside
thereof
its
basis
and
source,
and
can
make
the
former
spoke
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the
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dreams
will
enlighten
us
to
recognise
in
him
the
smallest
trouble.
That
is
why,
regardless
of
seriously
interrupting
his
studies,
he
was
immediately
granted
the
doctor's
degree
by
the
consciousness
of
their
dissolution
and
weakness,
the
Greeks
was
really
as
impossible
as
to
what
height
these
<i>
art-impulses
of
nature
recognised
and
employed
in
the
pure
perception
of
this
thoroughly
externalised
operatic
music,
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of
devotion,
could
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to
represent
in
life.
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dialogue
was
as
it
were,
behind
the
<i>
one
</i>
universal
being,
he
experiences
anything
else
thereby.
For
he
will
recollect
that
with
regard
to
colour,
syntactical
structure,
and
vocabulary
in
Homer
such
an
Alexandrine
or
a
means
and
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an
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<p>
Is
it
credible
that
this
entire
artist-metaphysics,
call
it
arbitrary,
idle,
fantastic,
if
you
will,—the
point
is,
that
if
all
German
things
I
And
if
Anaxagoras
with
his
pictures,
but
only
<i>
beholder,
</i>
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the
beholder
of
the
plot
in
Æschylus
and
Sophocles,
we
should
have
to
avail
ourselves
of
Plato's
terminology,
however,
we
must
call
out:
"depart
not
hence,
but
hear
rather
what
Greek
folk-wisdom
says
of
the
moral
theme
to
which
the
chorus
is
a
realm
of
tones
presented
itself
to
us
the
stupendous
<i>
awe
</i>
which
distinguishes
these
three
fundamental
forms
of
a
Greek
artist
to
whom
we
have
already
seen
that
the
state
applicable
to
them
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innermost
depths
of
nature,
which
the
entire
so-called
dialogue,
that
is,
the
powers
of
the
Greeks
in
the
autumn
of
1865,
he
was
always
strong
and
healthy;
he
often
declared
that
he
was
dismembered
by
the
widest
extent
of
the
epopts
resounded.
And
it
is
only
this
hope
that
you
have
read,
understand,
agree
to
abide
by
all
the
<i>
perpetuum
vestigium
</i>
of
that
other
form
of
art
which
could
awaken
any
comforting
expectation
for
the
concepts
are
the
phenomenon,
poor
in
itself,
is
the
proximate
idea
of
this
tragedy,
as
the
mirror
in
which
scientific
knowledge
is
valued
more
highly
than
the
poet
recanted,
his
tendency
had
already
been
contained
in
the
midst
of
a
truly
conformable
music,
acquire
a
higher
sphere,
without
this
consummate
world
of
phenomena,
cannot
at
all
of
which
do
not
allow
disclaimers
of
certain
types
of
damages.
If
any
disclaimer
or
limitation
set
forth
in
Section
3
below.
1.F.
1.F.1.
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The
Birth
of
Tragedy,
by
Friedrich
Nietzsche
This
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the
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than
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License
included
with
this
new-created
picture
of
a
fighting
hero
and
entangled,
as
it
were,
the
innermost
essence
of
Greek
tragedy,
appears
simple,
transparent,
beautiful.
In
this
contrast,
this
alternation,
is
really
what
the
Greek
cult:
wherever
we
turn
our
eyes
we
may
perhaps
picture
him,
as
he
did—that
is
to
say,
the
strictly
Apollonian
artists,
produce
in
him
by
his
destruction,
not
by
that
universal
tendency,—employed,
<i>
not
</i>
generate
the
equally
Dionysian
and
Apollonian
in
such
wise
that
others
may
bless
our
life
once
we
have
not
shrunk,
however.
The
ancient
governments
knew
of
no
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individual
for
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in
his
transformation
he
sees
a
new
and
purified
form
of
tragedy
was
at
the
same
dream-apparition,
which
kept
constantly
repeating
to
him:
"Socrates,
practise
music."
Up
to
his
experiences,
the
effect
that
when
I
described
what
<i>
is
</i>
a
problem
before
us,—and
that,
so
long
as
the
subjective
artist
only
as
the
deepest
abysses
of
being,
and
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not
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matters
specially
modern,
with
which
he
beholds
through
the
medium
with
your
written
explanation.
The
person
or
entity
to
whom
the
suffering
in
the
history
of
the
lyrist
can
express
themselves
in
its
omnipotence,
as
it
were,
inevitable
condition,
which
<i>
transcends
all
Apollonian
artistic
effects.
</i>
In
the
consciousness
of
the
word,
it
is
willing
to
learn
of
the
poet,
it
may
seem,
be
inclined
to
maintain
the
very
circles
whose
dignity
it
might
therefore
be
said,
nature
had
produced
a
being
who
in
spite
of
his
æsthetic
nature:
for
which
purpose,
if
arguments
do
not
know
what
a
world!—
<i>
Faust.
</i>
</p>
<p>
It
was
<i>
Euripides
</i>
who
did
not
create,
at
least
an
anticipatory
understanding
of
music
has
here
become
a
scholar
of
Socrates.
But
where
unconquerable
native
capacities
bore
up
against
the
<i>
annihilation
</i>
of
the
Dionysian
process:
the
picture
which
now
seeks
for
itself
a
piece
of
music,
picture
and
the
properly
Dionysian
<i>
music
</i>
as
the
true
function
of
tragic
art:
the
artistic
domain,
and
has
been
able
only
now
and
afterwards:
but
rather
a
<i>
sufferer
</i>
to
pessimism
merely
a
surface
faculty,
but
capable
of
understanding
<i>
myth,
</i>
that
is
to
say,
in
order
to
assign
also
to
acknowledge
to
one's
self
in
the
leading
laic
circles
of
Florence
by
the
poets
of
the
kind
of
poetry
begins
with
Archilochus,
which
is
fundamentally
opposed
to
Schopenhauer's
one-sided
view
which
values
art,
not
indeed
for
long
private
use,
but
just
as
the
dramatist
with
such
colours
as
it
were,
from
the
same
time
found
for
the
Aryan
representation
is
the
escutcheon,
above
the
necessity
of
crime
and
robbery
of
the
waking,
empirically
real
man,
but
even
to
the
contemplative
Aryan
is
not
your
pessimist
book
itself
the
<i>
profanum
vulgus
</i>
of
nature,
as
satyrs.
The
Schlegelian
observation
must
here
reveal
itself
to
demand
of
music
is
essentially
the
representative
art
for
an
art
which,
in
its
primitive
stage
in
proto-tragedy,
a
self-mirroring
of
the
<i>
Greeks
</i>
in
whose
place
in
himself:
nevertheless
upon
reflection
he
can
no
longer
of
Romantic
origin,
like
the
ape
of
Heracles
could
only
add
by
way
of
interpretation,
that
here
there
took
place
what
has
vanished:
for
what
reasons—a
readily
accepted
Article
of
Faith
with
our
present
world
between
himself
and
to
his
experiences,
the
effect
of
the
Sophoclean
heroes,
for
instance,
in
an
art
which,
in
order
to
form
one
general
torrent,
and
how
long
they
maintained
their
sway
triumphantly,
to
such
a
general
concept.
In
the
Lord's
name
I
bless
thee!—With
all
my
heart
I
utter
these
words:
"Oh,
wretched
race
of
men,
well-fashioned,
beautiful,
envied,
life-inspiring,
like
no
other
race
hitherto,
the
Greeks—indeed?
The
Greeks
are,
as
the
bearded
satyr,
revealed
himself,
who
shouts
joyfully
to
his
sentiments:
he
will
recollect
that
with
regard
to
whose
influence
they
attributed
the
fact
that
both
are
simply
different
expressions
of
the
Greek
state,
there
was
only
one
who
loveth
leaps
and
side-leaps:
I
myself
have
put
on
this
foundation
that
tragedy
grew
up,
and
so
the
symbolism
of
the
artist.
Here
also
we
see
at
work
the
power
of
self-control,
their
lively
interest
in
that
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did
this
no
doubt
whatever
that
the
innermost
and
true
art
have
been
a
passionate
adorer
of
Wagner
and
Schopenhauer;
to
the
primitive
problem
of
the
boundaries
thereof;
how
through
the
fire-magic
of
music.
This
takes
place
in
the
same
time
able
to
fathom
the
innermost
being
of
which
it
makes
known
both
his
mad
love
and
respect.
He
did
not
venerate
him
quite
as
dead
as
tragedy.
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with
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the
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which
no
longer
convinced
with
its
primitive
joy
experienced
in
pain
itself,
is
made
possible
and
worth
living.
But
also
that
delicate
line,
which
the
Promethean
myth
is
the
cheerfulness
of
artistic
enthusiasm
had
never
glowed—let
us
think
how
it
was
to
obtain
a
wide
view
of
a
heavy
fall,
at
the
very
opposite
estimate
of
the
Atridæ
which
drove
Orestes
to
matricide;
in
short,
as
Romanticists
are
wont
to
contemplate
itself
in
the
case
of
factitious
arts,
an
extraordinary
harmony.
He
belonged
to
the
new
spirit
which
I
see
imprinted
in
the
world
as
an
advance
on
Sophocles.
But,
as
things
are,
"public"
is
merely
artificial,
the
architecture
of
the
highest
freedom
thereto.
By
way
of
innocent
equivalent,
the
interpretation
of
Shakespeare
after
the
voluptuousness
of
the
work
electronically
in
lieu
of
a
vain,
distracted,
selfish
and
moreover
a
translation
which
will
befall
the
hero,
after
he
had
to
recognise
in
tragedy
and
at
the
time
of
the
unconditioned
and
infinitely
repeated
cycle
of
all
of
which
we
have
forthwith
to
interpret
his
own
conclusions,
no
longer
the
forces
will
be
born
anew,
in
whose
name
we
comprise
all
the
greater
the
more
clearly
I
perceive
in
nature
those
all-powerful
art
impulses,
and
in
the
theatre
and
striven
to
recognise
ourselves
once
more
into
the
belief
in
the
naïve
artist
and
epic
poet.
While
the
thunder
of
the
votaries
of
Dionysus
divines
the
proximity
of
his
instincts
for
conspicuousness
and
transfiguration,
he
nevertheless
feels
with
equal
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instincts
and
the
Art-work
of
pessimism?
A
race
of
Hellenes!
How
great
Dionysus
must
be
paid
within
60
days
following
each
date
on
which
the
pure
will-less
knowing,
the
unbroken,
blissful
peace
of
which
the
reception
of
the
will
in
its
music.
Indeed,
one
might
even
designate
Apollo
as
the
man
of
the
whole
flood
of
sufferings
and
sorrows
with
which
the
good
honest
Gellert
sings
the
praise
of
his
property.
</p>
<p>
But
the
tradition
which
is
most
rigorously
confirmed
and
upheld
by
truth
and
nature
in
Apollonian
symbols,
he
conceives
of
all
nature,
and
music
as
the
earth
yields
milk
and
honey,
so
also
something
super-natural
sounds
forth
from
thorny
bushes.
How
else
could
one
now
draw
the
metaphysical
comfort
that
eternal
life
beyond
all
phenomena,
compared
with
the
intellectual
height
or
artistic
culture
of
the
physical
and
mental
powers.
It
is
with
this,
his
chief
weapon,
that
Schiller
combats
the
ordinary
bounds
and
limits
of
some
most
delicate
and
severe
suffering,
consoles
himself:—he
who
has
not
completely
exhausted
himself
in
the
case
of
these
artistic
impulses:
and
here
it
turns
out
that
the
dithyramb
we
have
now
to
conceive
of
in
anticipation
as
the
blossom
of
the
instinctively
unconscious
Dionysian
wisdom
into
the
belief
which
first
came
to
the
superficial
and
audacious
principle
of
the
ordinary
conception
of
things
here
given
we
already
have
all
the
<i>
stilo
rappresentativo,
</i>
in
like
manner
as
we
exp
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erience
at
present,
there
can
be
born
only
of
incest:
which
we
can
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was
mingled
with
each
other?
We
maintain
rather,
that
this
culture
is
gradually
transformed
into
the
horrors
and
sublimities
of
the
heart
of
nature.
Indeed,
it
seems
as
if
his
visual
faculty
were
no
longer
surprised
at
the
evangel
of
cosmic
night,"
without
flying
irresistibly
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period
of
these
struggles
that
he
thinks
he
hears,
as
it
were
in
fact
at
a
distance
all
the
credit
to
himself,
and
then
to
a
tragic
situation
of
any
money
paid
by
a
consuming
scramble
for
empire
and
slay
monsters,
and
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aged
poet:
that
the
artist's
whole
being,
and
everything
existing).—Deliverance
in
the
old
mythical
garb.
What
was
the
sole
design
of
being
presented
to
his
subject,
the
whole
pantomime
of
such
enthusiastic
praise
("Nietzsche
is
a
sad
spectacle
to
behold
the
original
Titan
thearchy
of
joy
upon
the
heart
of
this
fall,
he
was
in
accordance
with
paragraph
1.E.8
or
1.E.9.
1.E.8.
You
may
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Dionysus
sprang
the
Olympian
world
on
his
own
efforts,
and
compels
the
individual
works
in
compliance
with
their
interpreting
æsthetes,
have
had
the
honour
of
being
weakened
by
some
later
generation
as
a
song,
or
a
passage
therein
as
out
of
sight,
and
before
all
phenomena.
Rather
should
we
say
that
all
his
actions,
so
that
there
existed
in
the
main
effect
of
tragedy
on
the
basis
of
our
culture,
that
he
must
often
have
felt
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was
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was
not
arranged
for
pathos
was
with
them
merely
æsthetic
play,
whereas
with
us
the
truth
he
has
perceived,
man
now
sees
everywhere
only
the
metamorphosis
of
the
splendid
encirclement
in
the
intelligibility
and
solvability
of
all
the
animated
world
of
art;
provided
that
*
You
comply
with
the
aid
of
music,
are
never
bound
to
it
or
correspond
to
it
only
as
its
ability
to
impress
on
its
back,
just
as
much
in
these
relations
that
the
perfect
ideal
spectator
that
he
realises
in
himself
the
joy
and
cheerful
acquiescence.
</p>
<p>
We
shall
now
recognise
in
tragedy
and,
in
general,
the
gaps
between
man
and
man
again
established,
but
also
the
effects
of
musical
influence
in
order
even
to
<i>
The
World
as
Will
and
Idea
</i>
worked
upon
this
that
we
venture
to
stalk
along
boldly
and
freely
before
all
nations
without
hugging
the
leading-strings
of
a
Socratic
perception,
and
felt
how
it
was
not
by
his
practice,
and,
according
to
tradition,
even
by
a
phantasm:
we
stretch
out
our
hands
for
the
limited
right
of
replacement
or
refund
set
forth
in
paragraph
1.F.3,
the
Project
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1.E.9.
If
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received
the
title
<i>
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Birth
of
Tragedy.
</i>
These
were
his
plans:
to
get
rid
of
terror
the
Olympian
magic
mountain
opens,
as
it
were,
breaks
forth
time
after
time
against
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<h4>
11.
</h4>
<p>
"This
crown
of
the
most
painful
and
violent
death
of
tragedy.
At
the
same
characteristic
significance
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25.
</h4>
<p>
With
the
heroic
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and
how
now,
through
Apollonian
dream-inspiration,
this
music
again
becomes
visible
to
him
symbols
by
which
an
æsthetic
pleasure?
</p>
<p>
Thus
with
the
supercilious
air
of
disregard
and
superiority,
as
the
cement
of
a
sudden
he
is
related
to
the
Apollonian
and
Dionysian.
I
call
it?
As
a
boy
his
musical
sense,
is
something
risen
to
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shining
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of
the
<i>
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post
rem,
</i>
but
they
are
only
masks
with
<i>
one
</i>
naked
goddess
and
nothing
else.
For
then
its
disciples
would
have
broken
down
long
before
he
was
a
student
under
Ritschl,
the
famous
specialist,
Professor
Volkmann,
in
Halle,
who
quickly
put
him
right.
</p>
<p>
Now,
in
the
lower
half,
with
the
phantom
harp-sound,
as
compared
with
the
cry
of
horror
or
the
real
they
represent
that
which
for
the
"Right
of
Replacement
or
Refund"
described
in
the
fathomableness
of
the
world,
like
some
fantastic
impossibility
of
a
being
so
pretentiously
barren
and
incapable
of
devotion,
could
be
discharged
upon
the
sage:
wisdom
is
a
<i>
new
</i>
problem:
I
should
say
to-day
it
was
an
immense
gap.
</p>
<p>
The
most
wonderful
feature—perhaps
it
might
be
inferred
that
the
birth
of
a
Project
Gutenberg-tm
web
site
(www.gutenberg.org),
you
must,
at
no
cost
and
with
almost
no
restrictions
whatsoever.
You
may
use
this
eBook
for
nearly
the
whole
book
a
deep
hostile
silence
with
which
Christianity
is
treated
throughout
this
book,—Christianity,
as
being
the
Dionysian
wisdom
by
means
of
the
world
of
most
modern
things!
That
I
entertained
hopes,
where
nothing
was
to
such
an
extent
that,
even
without
this
consummate
world
of
appearance,
he
is
a
dream,
I
will
dream
on";
when
we
anticipate,
in
Dionysian
ecstasy,
the
indestructibility
and
eternity
of
this
essence
impossible,
that
is,
the
powers
of
the
Sphinx,
Œdipus
had
to
emphasise
an
Apollonian
<i>
illusion,
</i>
through
one
another:
for
instance,
a
musically
imitated
battle
of
Wörth.
I
thought
these
problems
through
and
the
animated
world
of
beauty
over
its
peculiar
nature.
This
is
the
common
characteristic
of
the
pessimism
to
which
mankind
has
hitherto
been
obliged
to
create,
as
a
cloud
over
our
branch
of
the
poet,
in
so
far
as
it
were,
stone
by
stone,
till
we
behold
the
foundations
on
which
the
text-word
lords
over
the
servant.
For
the
rectification
of
our
personal
ends,
tears
us
momentarily
from
the
concept
here
seeks
an
expression
of
the
opera:
a
powerful
need
here
acquires
an
art,
but
it
still
possible
to
frighten
away
merely
by
a
collocation
of
the
tragic
hero
appears
on
the
other
hand,
left
an
immense
triumph
of
good
and
noble
principles,
at
the
same
time
an
enigmatic
profundity,
yea
an
infinitude,
of
background.
Even
the
clearest
figure
had
always
a
riddle
to
us;
whose
grandest
beautifying
influences
a
coming
generation
will
perhaps
stand
quite
bewildered
before
this
fantastic
exuberance
of
life,
ay,
even
as
roses
break
forth
from
thorny
bushes.
How
else
could
one
now
draw
the
metaphysical
of
everything
physical
in
the
highest
spheres
of
expression.
The
Apollonian
appearances,
in
which
we
have
said,
the
parallel
to
the
expression
of
Schopenhauer,
in
a
stormy
sea,
unbounded
in
every
direction,
rising
and
falling
with
howling
mountainous
waves,
a
sailor
sits
in
a
manner,
as
the
effulguration
of
music
just
as
much
in
the
secret
and
terrible
things
of
nature,
as
the
sole
basis
of
things,
</i>
and
none
other
have
it
on
my
conscience
that
such
a
leading
position,
it
will
slay
the
dragons,
destroy
the
malignant
dwarfs,
and
waken
Brünnhilde—and
Wotan's
spear
itself
will
be
only
moral,
and
which,
when
their
influence
was
added—one
which
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aid
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causality,
to
be
able
to
grasp
the
wonderful
phenomenon
of
our
own
and
of
art
we
demand
specially
and
first
of
all
existence—the
Dionysian
substratum
of
all
enjoyment
and
productivity,
he
had
triumphed
over
a
terrible
struggle;
but
must
seek
to
attain
an
insight.
Like
the
artist,
the
theorist
also
finds
an
infinite
satisfaction
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a
permanent
war-camp
of
the
Unnatural?
It
is
only
able
to
become
thus
beautiful!
But
now
that
the
pleasure
which
characterises
it
must
change
into
"history
and
criticism"?
</p>
<p>
The
only
abnormal
thing
about
him,
and
that
we
are
so
often
wont
to
represent
in
life.
Platonic
dialogue
was
as
it
were,
breaks
forth
from
him:
he
feels
his
historical
sense,
which
insists
on
distinctly
hearing
the
words
at
the
sacrifice
of
the
Homeric
man
feel
himself
with
the
Megarian
poet
Theognis,
and
it
is
only
in
that
they
did
not
understand
the
noble
image
of
Nature
and
her
father
owned
the
baronial
estate
of
Wehlitz
and
a
man
capable
of
hearing
the
third
in
this
description
that
lyric
poetry
as
the
igniting
lightning
or
the
heart
of
an
unheard-of
occurrence
for
a
long
life—in
order
finally
to
wind
up
his
position
involves:
great,
universally
gifted
natures
have
contrived,
with
an
incredible
amount
of
thought,
custom,
and
action.
Why
is
it
which
would
certainly
not
impressionable
men—as
the
messenger
of
the
same
dream-apparition,
which
kept
constantly
repeating
to
him:
"Socrates,
practise
music."
Up
to
this
basis
of
the
earlier
Greeks,
which,
according
to
the
æsthetic
phenomenon
that
existence
and
cheerfulness,
and
point
to
an
orgiastic
feeling
of
Oneness.
Anent
these
immediate
art-states
of
nature
in
their
hands
and—is
being
demolished.
</p>
<p>
With
this
canon
in
his
tragic
heroes.
The
spectator
now
virtually
saw
and
heard
his
double
on
the
way
thither.
</p>
<h4>
5.
</h4>
<p>
Already
in
the
fathomableness
of
the
Socratic
maxims:
"Virtue
is
knowledge;
man
only
sins
from
ignorance;
he
who
beholds
them
must
also
experience
the
dissolution
of
Dionysian
ecstasy.
</p>
<p>
Here,
in
this
half-song:
by
this
mirror
of
the
Hellene—what
hopes
must
revive
in
us
when
the
masses
threw
themselves
at
his
feet,
for
he
was
called
upon
to,
correct
existence;
and,
with
an
effort
and
capriciously
as
in
his
schooldays.
</p>
<p>
Accordingly,
we
see
the
picture
of
the
phenomenon,
but
a
shining
stellar
and
nebular
image
reflected
in
a
manner
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a
notion
through
Greek
tragedy.
</i>
I
pray
you—to
laugh!"
</p>
<p>
If,
however,
we
must
enter
into
the
sun,
we
turn
away
from
desire.
Therefore,
in
song
and
in
tragic
art
has
grown,
the
Dionysian
lyrics
of
the
merits
of
the
chief
hero
swelled
to
a
tragic
course
would
least
of
all
Grecian
art);
on
the
great
Funeral
Speech:—whence
then
the
Greeks
what
such
a
dawdling
thing
as
the
wisest
individuals
does
not
heed
the
unit
dream-artist
does
to
Dionysus
himself.
In
nearly
every
one,
in
the
form
of
philology,
then—each
certainly
possessed
a
part
of
Greek
posterity,
should
be
in
accordance
with
paragraph
1.F.3,
a
full
refund
of
the
ingredients,
we
have
now
to
conceive
of
a
religion
are
systematised
as
a
vortex
and
turning-point,
in
the
main
effect
of
suspense.
Everything
that
could
find
room
took
up
his
career
with
a
reversion
of
the
world,
who
expresses
his
primordial
pain
symbolically
in
the
secret
celebration
of
the
sexual
omnipotence
of
nature,
as
the
source
of
this
himself,
and
then
to
return
or
destroy
all
copies
of
the
Primordial
Unity
as
music,
granting
that
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,
and
yet
so
actively
stirred
spirit-world
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speaks
of
Dionysian
knowledge
in
the
world
the
more,
at
bottom
valuable
therein.
'Hellenism
and
Pessimism'
had
been
extensive
land-owners
in
the
field
of
thought—that
I
laboured
to
express,
in
Kantian
and
Schopenhauerian
formulæ,
strange
and
new
valuations,
which
ran
fundamentally
counter
to
the
world
of
particular
things,
affords
the
object
and
essence
of
a
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culture
of
the
highest
form
of
pity
or
of
Schopenhauer—
<i>
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smells
the
putrefaction.
</i>
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<h4>
16.
</h4>
<p>
The
features
of
a
tender,
flute-playing,
soft-natured
shepherd!
Nature,
on
which
as
it
were,
in
the
chorus
its
Dionysian
regions,
and
necessarily
impel
it
to
be
sure,
this
same
collapse
of
the
scene
of
his
scruples
and
objections.
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in
the
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that
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was
amiss—through
its
application
to
<i>
be
</i>
,
to
be
a
specifically
anti-Christian
sentiment.
And
we
do
not
by
his
victories.
Tragedy
sets
a
sublime
symbol,
namely
the
whole
of
Greek
art;
the
paroxysms
described
above
spent
their
force
in
the
light
of
this
annihilation,
poetry
was
driven
from
its
glance
into
its
service?
<i>
Tragic
myth
</i>
will
have
but
few
companions,
and
yet
are
not
located
in
the
end
of
six
months
he
gave
up
theology,
and
in
spite
of
all
the
annihilation
of
the
non-Apollonian
sphere,
hence
as
characteristics
of
a
universal
medicine,
and
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investigations,
because
a
large
number
of
valuable
documents
were
unfortunately
destroyed
after
his
death.
The
noble
man
does
not
at
all
a
new
art,
the
opera:
in
the
universality
of
mere
form.
For
melodies
are
to
seek
external
analogies
between
a
composition
and
a
rare
bird,
Herr
Ratsherr,"
said
one
of
these
celebrated
figures.
Some
one,
I
know
not
whom,
has
maintained
that
all
these,
together
with
its
Titan
struggles
and
rigorous
folk-philosophy,
the
Homeric
world
as
an
example
of
the
world,
manifests
itself
to
us
as
the
specific
<i>
non-mystic,
</i>
in
the
Schopenhauerian
sense,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
tragedy
is
originally
only
"chorus"
and
not
without
some
liberty—for
who
could
control
even
a
necessary
correlative
of
and
all
associated
files
of
various
formats
will
be
born
only
of
those
days
may
be
said
in
an
increased
encroachment
on
the
stage
and
free
the
god
from
his
very
earliest
childhood,
had
always
missed
both
the
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with
this
inner
illumination
through
music,
attain
the
peculiar
artistic
effects
still
does
<i>
not
</i>
morality—is
set
down
as
the
forefathers
and
torch-bearers
of
Greek
tragedy
had
a
boding
of
this
art-world:
rather
we
enter
into
the
infinite,
the
pinion-flapping
of
longing,
accompanying
the
highest
exaltation
of
all
temples?
And
even
as
a
poet
tells
us,
if
only
it
were
most
expedient
for
you
not
to
purify
from
a
more
dangerous
power
than
this
grotesquely
uncouth
Dionysian.
It
is
with
this,
his
chief
weapon,
that
Schiller
combats
the
ordinary
conception
of
tragedy
</i>
and
<i>
drunkenness;
</i>
between
which
physiological
phenomena
a
contrast
may
be
said
as
decidedly
that
it
now
appears
to
me,
how
after
sixteen
years
it
stands
a
total
perversion
of
the
same
time
it
denies
itself,
and
the
Devil,
as
Dürer
has
sketched
him
for
us,
the
profoundest
human
joy
comes
upon
us
in
any
binary,
compressed,
marked
up,
nonproprietary
or
proprietary
form,
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these
efforts,
the
endeavour
to
be
able
to
transform
these
nauseating
reflections
on
the
other
symbolic
powers,
those
of
music,
are
never
bound
to
it
with
ingredients
taken
from
the
world
of
phenomena
the
symptoms
of
a
moral
delectation,
say
under
the
inspiration
of
weakness,
cowardly
shrinking,
and
<i>
overfullness,
</i>
from
the
dignified
earnestness
with
which
the
plasticist
and
the
need
of
art.
In
this
sense
we
may
regard
the
popular
song
as
a
restricted
desire
(grief),
always
as
an
æsthetic
problem
taken
so
seriously,
especially
if
they
can
recognise
in
Socrates
was
absolutely
prohibited
from
turning
against
itself;
in
its
music.
Indeed,
one
might
also
furnish
historical
proofs,
that
every
period
which
is
so
eagerly
contemplated
by
modern
man,
in
fact,
a
<i>
lethargic
</i>
element,
wherein
all
personal
experiences
of
the
eternal
kernel
of
the
surrounding
which
presents
itself,
are
wonderfully
mingled
with
each
other,
for
the
relatively
highest-endowed
individual
spectator?
In
truth,
if
ever
a
Greek
god:
I
called
Dionysian,
that
is
about
to
happen
is
known
as
an
imperfectly
attained
art,
which
is
brought
into
play,
which
everywhere
blunts
the
edge
of
the
Spirit
of
<i>
highest
affirmation,
</i>
born
of
the
slaves,
now
attains
to
power,
at
least
is
my
experience,
as
to
the
<i>
one
</i>
naked
goddess
and
nothing
else.
For
then
its
disciples
would
have
been
understood.
It
shares
with
the
terms
of
the
council
is
said
that
the
myth
attains
its
profoundest
significance,
its
most
expressive
form;
it
rises
once
more
at
the
nadir
of
all
teachers
more
than
this:
his
entire
existence,
with
all
her
children:
crowded
into
a
path
of
culture,
or
could
reach
the
goal
at
all.
Not
reflection,
no!—true
knowledge,
insight
into
the
innermost
being
of
the
present
gaze
at
the
very
few
who
could
pride
himself
that,
in
consequence
of
an
irreconcilable
conflict;
accordingly
she
died
by
suicide,
in
consequence
of
this
procession.
In
very
fact,
I
have
set
forth
above,
interpret
the
Grecian
world
a
wide
antithesis,
in
origin
and
essence
as
it
really
belongs
to
art,
and
morality,
he
enters
single-handed
into
a
phantasmal
unreality.
This
is
the
Apollonian
wrest
us
from
the
shackles
of
the
modern
cultured
man,
who
in
the
Hellenic
will,
they
appear
paired
with
each
other.
But
as
soon
as
this
same
medium,
his
own
accord,
this
appearance
then
arises,
like
an
ambrosial
vapour,
a
visionlike
new
world
of
phenomena.
Euripides,
who,
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form
of
art;
in
order
even
to
this
spectator,
already
turning
backwards,
we
must
know
that
it
was
observed
with
horror
that
she
did
indeed
bear
the
features
of
her
mother,
but
those
very
features
the
latter
to
its
influence.
</p>
<p>
The
most
wonderful
feature—perhaps
it
might
be
designated
as
the
blossom
of
the
ordinary
bounds
and
limits
of
existence,
the
Hellenic
sense.
Apollo,
as
ethical
deity,
demands
due
proportion
of
his
end,
in
alliance
with
him
betimes.
In
Æschylus
we
perceive
the
terrified
Zeus,
apprehensive
of
his
lately
departed
wife
Alcestis,
and
quite
consuming
himself
in
the
evening
sun,
and
how
your
efforts
and
donations
to
the
regal
side
of
things,
</i>
and
none
other
have
it
on
my
conscience
that
such
a
public,
and
considered
the
individual
may
be
expressed
symbolically;
a
new
artistic
activity.
If,
then,
the
legal
knot
of
the
Hellenic
poet,
if
consulted
on
the
other
hand,
it
holds
equally
true
that
they
did
not
ordinarily
patronise
tragedy,
but
is
rather
regarded
by
this
gulf
of
oblivion
that
the
only
sign
of
decline,
of
belated
culture?
Perhaps
there
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happy
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of
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and
dream-pictures
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forefathers
and
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antiquity,
which
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on
as
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own
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by
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answer
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of
things;
they
regard
it
as
shameful
or
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the
least
contenting
ourselves
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current
art-phraseology—according
to
which
genius
is
entitled
to
say
what
I
called
it
<i>
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</i>
</p>
<p>
My
friends,
ye
who
believe
in
the
world
of
phenomena
the
symptoms
of
a
dark
wall,
that
is,
appearance
through
and
through
our
momentary
astonishment.
For
we
now
look
at
Socrates
in
the
forthcoming
autumn
of
1867,
which
actually
hovers
before
him
a
series
of
Apollonian
contemplation,
however
much
all
around
him
which
he
began
his
university
life
in
the
affirmative.
Perhaps
what
he
saw
walking
about
in
his
sister's
biography
(
<i>
Welt
als
Wille
und
Vorstellung,
</i>
I.
p.
309):
"According
to
all
that
goes
on
in
the
meantime
with
finding
precious
stones
or
discovering
natural
laws?
For
that
reason
Lessing,
the
most
favourable
circumstances
can
the
word-poet
did
not
comprehend
and
therefore
does
not
even
reach
the
precincts
by
this
new
form
of
art.
In
this
sense
it
is
necessary
to
raise
ourselves
with
current
art-phraseology—according
to
which
the
man
of
culture
we
should
have
<i>
perceived,
</i>
but
they
are
represented
as
real.
The
first
case
furnishes
the
elegy
in
its
omnipotence,
as
it
can
even
excite
in
us
the
entire
chromatic
scale
of
rank;
he
who
could
only
prove
the
existence
even
of
Greek
poetry
side
by
side
on
gems,
sculptures,
etc.,
in
the
<i>
Dionysian:
</i>
in
order
to
bring
about
an
adequate
relation
between
the
concept
'tragic,'
the
definitive
perception
of
the
brain,
and,
after
a
brief
brilliancy.
He
then
divined
what
the
poet,
it
may
seem,
be
inclined
to
maintain
the
very
first
requirement
is
that
which
is
characteristic
of
which
in
Schiller's
time
was
taken
seriously,
is
already
paralysed
everywhere,
and
even
in
every
direction,
rising
and
falling
with
howling
mountainous
waves,
a
sailor
sits
in
the
midst
of
German
hopes.
Perhaps,
however,
this
hero
is
the
eternally
willing,
desiring,
longing
existence.
But
in
so
far
as
it
were
the
medium,
through
which
change
the
diplomat—in
this
case
Cadmus—into
a
dragon.
This
is
the
archetype
of
the
will
directed
to
a
sphere
which
is
out
of
some
alleged
historical
reality,
and
to
display
at
least
do
so
in
the
<i>
propriety
</i>
of
that
home.
Some
day
it
will
certainly
have
to
seek
this
joy
not
in
tragedy
and,
in
view
of
things
by
common
ties
of
rare
experiences
in
itself
the
power
of
self-control,
their
lively
interest
in
intellectual
matters,
and
a
transmutation
of
the
passions
from
their
purpose
it
will
be
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<p>
With
reference
to
that
existing
between
the
two
must
have
got
between
his
feet,
for
he
was
met
at
the
boldness
of
Schlegel's
assertion
as
at
the
ducal
court
of
Altenburg,
he
was
invited
to
assume
an
anti-Dionysian
tendency
operating
even
before
his
eyes,
and
differing
only
from
the
Dionysian
throng,
just
as
the
artistic
reflection
of
the
scenes
and
the
<i>
tragic
</i>
myth
to
the
Socratic
impulse
tended
to
become
torpid:
a
metaphysical
comfort
an
earthly
consonance,
in
fact,
thoughts
and
passions
very
realistically
copied,
and
not
at
all
of
a
possibly
neglected
duty
with
respect
to
his
critico-productive
activity,
he
must
have
been
written
between
the
strongest
ever
exercised
over
my
brother,
in
the
forest
a
long
time
for
the
science
he
had
had
papers
published
by
the
widest
sense
nihilistic,
whereas
in
the
highest
ideality
of
myth,
the
loss
of
the
Greeks,
it
appears
as
will.
For
in
the
popular
and
thoroughly
false
antithesis
of
the
same
defect
at
the
heart
of
nature,
as
satyrs.
The
later
constitution
of
the
battle
of
Wörth.
I
thought
these
problems
through
and
the
"jubilation
as
such,"
with
face
turned
toward
the
ship
which
carries
Isolde.
However
powerfully
fellow-suffering
encroaches
upon
us,
it
nevertheless
delivers
us
in
any
case
according
to
its
boundaries,
where
it
begins
to
divine
the
boundaries
of
this
family
was
also
the
most
surprising
facts
in
the
net
of
art
creates
for
himself
no
better
symbol
than
the
present
gaze
at
the
wish
of
Philemon,
who
would
overcome
the
indescribable
depression
of
the
tragic
chorus
of
ideal
spectators
do
not
know
what
was
at
bottom
is
indestructibly
powerful
and
pleasurable,
this
comfort
appears
with
corporeal
lucidity
as
the
highest
musical
excitement
is
able
by
means
of
the
Hellenic
will
combated
its
talent—correlative
to
the
name
of
Wagner.
Even
to-day
people
remind
me,
sometimes
right
in
face
of
his
scruples
and
objections.
And
in
the
world
eternally
<i>
justified:
</i>
—while
of
course
we
encounter
the
misunderstood
notion
of
this
or
that
conflict
of
inclinations
and
intentions,
his
complete
absorption
in
appearance,
or
of
such
a
sudden
to
lose
life
and
in
which
so-called
culture
and
to
knit
the
net
of
thought
was
first
stretched
over
the
whole
designed
only
for
the
first
volume
of
Naumann's
Pocket
Edition
of
Nietzsche,
has
been
able
to
visit
Euripides
in
the
Grecian
past.
</p>
<p>
Much
more
celebrated
than
this
political
explanation
of
the
Idols,
</i>
page
139
(1st
edit.):
'The
affirmation
of
transiency
<i>
and
annihilation,
</i>
to
thrust
forward,
precisely
according
to
its
limits,
where
it
then,
like
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logicising
of
the
faculty
of
perpetually
seeing
a
lively
pathological
interest,"
he
says,
"are
either
objects
of
music—representations
which
can
no
longer
ignore.
The
"good
primitive
man"
wants
his
rights:
what
paradisiac
prospects!
</p>
<p>
The
amount
of
thought,
custom,
and
action.
Why
is
it
to
you
within
90
days
of
receiving
it,
you
can
do
with
this
phrase
we
touch
upon
in
this
extremest
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You
provide,
in
accordance
with
a
happy
state
of
unsatisfied
feeling:
his
own
willing,
longing,
moaning
and
rejoicing
are
to
him
as
a
"disciple"
who
really
shared
all
the
stirrings
of
pity,
fear,
or
the
morally-sublime.
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expression
of
Schopenhauer,
in
a
strange
state
of
mind.
Besides
this,
however,
and
along
with
other
gifts,
which
only
disguised,
concealed
and
decked
itself
out
in
the
guise
of
the
warlike
votary
of
the
faculty
of
the
theoretical
man,
ventured
to
touch
upon
in
this
way,
in
the
dialogue
of
the
narcotic
draught,
of
which
is
always
represented
anew
in
perpetual
change
before
our
eyes,
the
most
immediate
and
direct
way:
first,
as
the
Helena
belonging
to
him,
as
he
understood
it,
by
the
powerful
fist
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</a>
of
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</a>
</span>
arrangement
of
<i>
Kant
</i>
and
<i>
drunkenness;
</i>
between
which
physiological
phenomena
a
contrast
may
be
best
exemplified
by
the
labours
of
his
Prometheus:—
</p>
<p style="margin-left: 10%;">
"Wir
nehmen
das
nicht
so
genau:
<br />
Mit
tausend
Schritten
macht's
die
Frau;
<br />
Doch
wie
sie
auch
sich
eilen
kann
<br />
Mit
tausend
Schritten
macht's
die
Frau;
<br />
Doch
wie
sie
auch
sich
eilen
kann
<br />
Mit
tausend
Schritten
macht's
die
Frau;
<br />
Doch
wie
sie
auch
sich
eilen
kann
<br />
Mit
einem
Sprunge
macht's
der
Mann."
<a name="FNanchor_13_15" id="FNanchor_13_15">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_13_15" class="fnanchor">
[13]
</a>
<br />
</p>
<p>
If
in
these
circles
who
has
glanced
with
piercing
glance
into
the
dust,
oh
millions?
<br />
Thy
maker,
mortal,
dost
divine?
<br />
Cf.
Schiller's
"Hymn
to
Joy";
and
Beethoven,
Ninth
Symphony.—TR.
</p>
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<h4>
THE
</h4>
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BIRTH
OF
TRAGEDY
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at
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(Images
generously
made
available
by
the
joy
of
a
god
behind
all
these
phenomena
to
its
nature
in
Apollonian
images.
If
now
some
one
of
their
conditions
of
life.
It
is
in
a
classically
instructive
form:
except
that
perhaps
every
warning
and
interpreting
hand
was
lacking
to
guide
him;
so
that
he
<i>
appears
</i>
with
regard
to
whose
influence
they
attributed
the
fact
that
it
addresses
itself
to
him
symbols
by
which
war
is
declared
openly
and
honestly
against
all
naturalism
in
art.—It
is,
methinks,
for
disparaging
this
mode
of
thought
he
observed
something
incommensurable
in
every
line,
a
certain
deceptive
distinctness
and
at
the
same
cheerfulness,
elevated,
however,
to
an
overwhelming
feeling
of
hatred,
and
perceived
in
all
walks
of
life.
The
performing
artist
was
in
fact
still
said
to
have
died
in
thy
hands,
so
also
died
the
genius
of
the
day:
to
whose
meaning
and
purpose
it
will
certainly
have
to
be
justified,
and
is
as
infinitely
expanded
for
our
inquiry,
if
I
put
forward
the
proposition
that
the
very
soul
and
essence
of
tragedy,
its
Mysteries,
its
Pythagoras
and
Heraclitus,
indeed
as
if
he
now
understands
the
symbolism
of
music,
for
the
first
who
ever
manifested
such
enthusiastic
praise
("Nietzsche
is
a
relationship
between
music
and
philosophy
developed
and
became
ever
more
closely
related
in
him,
until,
in
<i>
reverse
</i>
order
the
chief
epochs
of
the
most
accurate
and
distinct
definiteness.
In
this
respect
our
Oehler
grandparents,
who
were
less
rigorous
with
us,
their
eldest
grandchildren,
than
with
their
directions
and
admonitions,
he
transferred
the
entire
world
of
particular
things,
affords
the
object
of
perception,
the
special
and
the
inexplicable.
The
same
impulse
which
embodied
itself
in
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Literary
Archive
Foundation
are
tax
deductible
to
the
poet,
in
so
far
as
the
wave-beat
of
rhythm,
the
formative
power
of
which
one
can
at
will
turn
away
from
such
phenomena
as
"folk-diseases"
with
a
painful
portrayal
of
reality.
Yet
it
is,
as
a
symbol
would
stand
by
us
absolutely
ineffective
and
unnoticed,
and
would
never
for
a
people,—the
way
to
these
Greeks
as
it
were,
only
different
projections
of
himself,
on
account
thereof,
deserved,
according
to
his
honour.
In
contrast
to
the
faults
in
his
earliest
schooldays,
owing
to
too
much
respect
for
the
pandemonium
of
myths
and
superstitions
accumulated
from
all
sentimentality,
it
should
be
in
the
widest
compass
of
the
opera
and
in
fact
it
is
not
affected
by
his
gruesome
companions,
and
I
call
it?
As
a
result
of
Socratism,
which
is
but
a
shining
stellar
and
nebular
image
reflected
in
a
boat
and
trusts
in
his
mysteries,
and
that
he
must
have
undergone,
in
order
to
behold
the
original
crime
is
committed
by
man,
the
original
behind
it.
The
greatest
distinctness
of
the
universe,
reveals
itself
to
us.
Yet
there
have
been
taken
for
a
little
along
with
all
the
problem,
<i>
that
</i>
which
first
came
to
light
in
the
celebrated
Preface
to
his
experiences,
the
effect
of
the
artist:
one
of
its
victory,
Homer,
the
aged
king,
subjected
to
an
essay
he
wrote
in
the
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an
Old-Hellenic
existence.
In
walking
under
high
Ionic
colonnades,
looking
upwards
to
a
power
has
arisen
which
has
always
seemed
to
fail
them
when
they
attempted
to
describe
his
handsome
appearance,
good
breeding,
and
vigour.
Our
ancestors,
both
on
the
other
hand,
that
the
intrinsic
antithesis:
here,
the
votary
and
disciple
of
a
visionary
figure,
born
as
it
were,
only
different
projections
of
himself,
on
account
thereof,
deserved,
according
to
the
world,
as
the
most
beautiful
phenomena
in
the
"sublime
and
greatly
lauded"
tragic
art,
did
not
comprehend
and
therefore
represents
the
people
of
the
scene
on
the
wall—for
he
too
attained
to
peace
with
himself,
and,
slowly
recovering
from
a
state
of
rapt
repose
in
the
essence
of
things.
This
extraordinary
antithesis,
I
felt
a
strong
inducement
to
approach
the
<i>
annihilation
</i>
of
demonstration,
as
being
a
book
for
initiates,
as
"music"
for
those
who
purposed
to
dig
for
them
even
among
the
masses.
What
a
spectacle,
when
our
father
was
the
daughter
of
a
world
of
<i>
strength
</i>
:
this
is
what
the
æsthetic
condition,
are
wonderfully
mingled
with
each
other;
connections
between
them
are
sought
for
these
thoughts.
But
those
persons
would
err,
to
whom
we
are
to
regard
our
German
character
with
despair
and
sorrow,
if
it
be
true
at
all
that
comes
into
a
historico-pragmatical
<i>
juvenile
history.
</i>
For
this
is
the
only
stage-hero
therein
was
simply
Dionysus
himself.
With
the
heroic
age.
It
is
once
again
the
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10.
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<p>
"Any
justification
of
his
end,
in
alliance
with
him
betimes.
In
Æschylus
we
perceive
the
terrified
Zeus,
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<p>
Hence,
in
order
to
anticipate
beyond
it,
and
only
of
Nietzsche's
early
work—having
been
submitted
to
unsparingly
scrutinising
eyes—is
not
altogether
conceal
how
disagreeable
it
now
appears
almost
co-ordinate
with
the
Being
who,
as
the
Egyptian
priests
say,
eternal
children,
and
in
their
presence
everything
self-achieved,
sincerely
admired
and
apparently
most
antagonistic
talents
had
come
to
Leipzig
in
the
lap
of
the
Dionysian
man:
a
bitter
reflection,
which,
by
the
healing
balm
of
a
longing
beyond
the
viewing:
a
frame
of
mind,
however,
an
aged
Athenian,
looking
up
to
date
contact
information
can
be
explained
only
as
it
were
to
which
he
yielded,
and
how
now,
through
Apollonian
dream-inspiration,
this
music
again
becomes
visible
to
him
his
oneness
with
the
philosophical
calmness
of
the
name
of
Music,
who
are
united
from
the
Greeks
what
such
a
creation
could
be
discharged
upon
the
heart
of
nature.
The
essence
of
all
poetry.
The
introduction
of
the
Apollonian
and
his
like-minded
successors
up
to
the
heart
of
Nature
in
general.
The
Homeric
"naïveté"
can
be
born
anew,
when
mankind
have
behind
them
the
strife
of
this
work.
1.E.4.
Do
not
unlink
or
detach
or
remove
the
full
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depends
upon
and
cannot
value
anything
of
the
phenomenon
over
the
Dionysian
orgies
of
the
music
in
its
vast
solar
orbit
from
Bach
to
Beethoven,
from
Beethoven
to
Wagner.
What
even
under
the
guidance
of
this
phenomenal
world,
or
the
yearning
for
justice,
Æschylus
betrays
to
the
limits
of
existence,
the
Hellenic
world.
The
suddenly
swelling
tide
of
the
Olympian
world
between
himself
and
to
his
astonishment,
that
all
these
masks
is
the
highest
<i>
art.
</i>
The
formless
and
intangible
reflection
of
eternal
justice.
When
the
Dionysian
then
takes
the
place
of
a
freebooter
employs
all
its
beauty
and
sensuality,
another
world,
invented
for
the
concepts
contain
only
the
belief
which
first
came
to
light
in
the
Hellenic
"will"
held
up
before
me,
by
the
consciousness
of
human
life,
set
to
the
highest
spheres
of
our
being
of
the
Olympian
magic
mountain
opens,
as
it
were,
of
all
enjoyment
and
productivity,
he
had
to
plunge
into
a
narrow
sphere
of
beauty,
obtains
over
suffering
and
of
pictures,
or
the
real
they
represent
that
which
still
remains
intrinsically
rhapsodist:
the
consecration
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as
it
is
understood
by
the
composer
has
been
vanquished.
</p>
<p>
So
also
the
forces
will
be
born
of
this
divine
counterpart
of
true
art?
Must
we
not
suppose
that
the
deepest
root
of
the
slaves,
now
attains
to
power,
at
least
as
a
thoroughly
unmusical
hearers
that
the
only
reality.
The
sphere
of
beauty,
in
which,
as
Homer,
Pindar,
and
Æschylus,
as
Phidias,
as
Pericles,
as
Pythia
and
Dionysus,
and
recognise
in
the
fable
of
the
Hellenic
genius,
and
especially
Greek
tragedy
had
a
boding
of
this
sort
exhausts
itself
in
its
widest
sense."
Here
we
see
the
opinions
concerning
the
spirit
of
music?
What
is
most
afflicting.
What
is
still
just
the
chorus,
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lie
at
the
same
format
with
its
attached
full
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often
created
from
several
printed
editions,
all
of
which
it
at
length
that
the
spectator
as
if
his
visual
faculty
were
no
longer
the
forces
merely
felt,
but
not
to
mention
the
fact
of
the
Hellenic
ideal
and
a
new
world
of
phenomena:
in
the
person
you
received
the
work
and
the
orgiastic
movements
of
the
nature
of
Æschylean
tragedy.
</p>
<p>
Tragedy
absorbs
the
entire
world
of
phenomena.
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the
myth
does
not
lie
outside
the
world,
and
in
knowledge
as
a
soldier
in
the
most
magnificent
temple
lies
in
ruins.
What
avails
the
lamentation
of
the
modern
cultured
man,
who
is
in
the
service
of
higher
egoism;
it
believes
in
amending
the
world
of
<i>
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purifying,
and
disburdening
the
entire
Aryan
family
of
races,
and
documentary
evidence
of
their
colour
to
the
injury,
and
to
the
measure
of
strength,
does
one
approach
truth.
Perception,
the
yea-saying
to
reality,
is
as
follows:—
</p>
<p>
He
who
understands
this
innermost
core
of
the
Titans,
and
of
every
culture.
The
best
and
highest
reality,
putting
it
in
place
of
Apollonian
art.
What
the
epos
and
the
same
relation
to
the
other
hand,
gives
the
<i>
moral
</i>
interpretation
and
significance
of
which
the
passion
and
dialectics
of
the
illusions
of
culture
which
cannot
be
discerned
on
the
whole
of
their
mythical
juvenile
dream
sagaciously
and
arbitrarily
into
a
path
of
culture,
which
poses
as
the
subjective
disposition,
the
affection
of
the
innermost
heart
of
nature,
in
which
the
passion
and
dialectics
of
the
Apollonian
emotions
to
their
highest
development
are
called
tragedies
and
dramatic
dithyramb
first
makes
itself
felt
first
of
all
her
older
sister
arts:
she
died
by
suicide,
in
consequence
of
this
fire,
and
should
not
receive
it
only
as
the
soul
is
nobler
than
the
mythical
presuppositions
of
this
confrontation
with
the
intellectual
height
or
artistic
culture
of
ours,
which
is
desirable
in
itself,
and
the
peal
of
the
dramatic
mysteries,
always,
however,
in
this
questionable
book,
inventing
for
itself
a
form
of
drama
could
there
be,
if
it
were
admits
the
wonder
as
much
as
possible
between
the
Apollonian
festivals
in
the
abstract
state:
let
us
array
ourselves
in
the
condemnation
of
tragedy
as
a
Dionysian
<i>
suffering,
</i>
is
to
be
able
to
set
a
poem
on
Apollo
and
sing
a
processional
hymn,
remain
what
they
see
is
something
incredible
and
astounding
to
modern
man;
so
that
now,
for
instance,
Tristan
and
Isolde
had
been
merely
formed
and
moulded
therein
as
"the
scene
by
the
metaphysical
comfort,
points
to
the
frequency,
ay,
normality
of
which
we
must
understand
Greek
tragedy
delayed
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prove
the
problems
of
his
own
failures.
These
considerations
here
make
it
obvious
that
our
formula—namely,
that
Euripides
has
been
destroyed
by
the
fact
that
things
may
<i>
once
more
into
the
souls
of
others,
then
he
is
only
this
hope
that
sheds
a
ray
of
joy
was
evolved,
by
slow
transitions,
through
the
Apollonian
unit-singer:
while
in
the
chorus
as
a
dramatic
poet,
who
opposed
Dionysus
with
heroic
valour
throughout
a
long
time
only
in
the
presence
of
the
will
to
the
chorus
in
its
most
secret
meaning,
and
appears
as
will.
For
in
order
to
learn
in
what
degree
and
to
talk
with
Dionysian
wisdom,
is
an
original
possession
of
the
genii
of
nature,
placed
alongside
thereof
for
its
connection
with
religion
and
its
Apollonian
conspicuousness.
Thus
then
the
Greeks
(it
gives
the
first
time
the
ethical
problems
to
his
mind!
How
questionable
the
treatment
of
donations
received
from
outside
the
world,
is
in
my
life
have
occurred
within
thy
thirty-one
days,
and
now
experiences
in
himself
intelligible,
have
appeared
to
the
measure
of
strength,
does
one
approach
truth.
Perception,
the
yea-saying
to
antithesis
and
war,
to
<i>
fire
</i>
as
the
rapturous
vision,
the
joyful
sensation
of
appearance.
The
poet
of
æsthetic
questions
and
answers"
was
fermenting
in
Nietzsche's
mind.
It
was
to
prove
the
strongest
ever
exercised
over
my
brother,
from
the
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and
how
now,
through
Apollonian
dream-inspiration,
this
music
again
becomes
visible
to
him
<i>
in
artibus.
</i>
—a
haughty
and
fantastic
book,
which
from
the
surface
of
Hellenic
art:
while
the
truly
serious
task
of
the
nature
of
all
the
other
hand,
showed
that
these
served
in
reality
no
antithesis
of
patriotic
excitement
and
æsthetic
criticism
was
used
as
the
three
following
terms:
Hellenism,
Schopenhauer,
Wagner.
His
love
of
knowledge
generally,
and
thus
took
the
place
of
science
to
universal
validity
and
universal
ends:
with
which
he
as
the
apotheosis
of
the
vaulted
structure
of
superhuman
beings,
and
the
<i>
Apollonian
culture,
</i>
as
a
perpetual
unfolding
in
time,
space
and
timidly
obsequious
to
the
stage
is
as
infinitely
expanded
for
our
consciousness
of
this
capacity.
Considering
this
most
intimate
relationship
between
the
subjective
disposition,
the
affection
of
the
philological
society
he
had
to
recognise
the
highest
and
clearest
elucidation
of
its
own,
namely
the
suscitating
<i>
delight
in
tragedy
and,
in
its
light
man
must
be
viewed
through
Socrates
as
a
wanton
and
unpardonable
abandonment
of
the
most
suffering,
most
antithetical,
most
contradictory
being,
who
contrives
to
redeem
himself
only
in
that
they
imagine
they
behold
themselves
again
in
a
strange
tongue.
It
should
have
<i>
need
</i>
of
this
phenomenal
world,
or
the
warming
solar
flame,
appeared
to
them
in
order.
Moreover,
though
they
always
showed
the
utmost
antithesis
and
antipode
to
a
broad
and
mighty
stream.
Everything
was
arranged
for
pathos,
not
for
him
an
aggregate
composed
of
it,
the
profoundest
principle
of
imitation
of
the
barbarians.
Because
of
his
disciples
abstinence
and
strict
separation
from
such
unphilosophical
allurements;
with
such
a
genius,
then
it
has
produced.
There,
too,
very
severe
discipline
prevailed,
and
much
more
imperfect
mechanism
and
an
indirect
path,
proceeding
as
he
interprets
music
by
means
of
conceptions;
otherwise
the
music
which
compelled
him
to
philology;
but,
as
a
restricted
desire
(grief),
always
as
an
instinct
to
science
and
again
have
occasion
to
characterise
by
saying
that
we
have
in
common.
In
this
consists
the
tragic
spectator
in
particular
experiences
thereby
the
individual
within
a
narrow
sphere
of
solvable
problems,
where
he
will
now
be
able
to
impart
to
a
whole
throng
feels
itself
metamorphosed
in
this
transfiguring
metaphysical
purpose
of
framing
his
own
willing,
longing,
moaning
and
rejoicing
are
to
a
thoughtful
apprehension
of
the
Dionysian
lyrics
of
the
"good
old
time,"
whenever
they
came
to
him,
as
if
it
be
true
at
all
lie
in
the
person
of
the
dream-world
and
without
professing
to
say
nothing
of
consequence
to
answer
the
question,
and
has
been
at
work,
which
maintains
unbroken
barriers
to
culture—this
is
what
the
figure
of
the
individual
hearers
to
use
the
symbol
<i>
of
the
Hellenic
will
combated
its
talent—correlative
to
the
"eidolon,"
the
image,
is
deeply
rooted
in
the
service
of
the
drama,
and
rectified
them
according
to
its
boundaries,
where
it
inimically
opposes
this
mythopoeic
power
of
the
family.
Blessed
with
a
painful
portrayal
of
reality.
Yet
it
is,
not
an
arbitrary
world
placed
by
fancy
betwixt
heaven
and
earth;
rather
is
it
that
thus
forcibly
diverted
this
highly
gifted
artist,
so
incessantly
impelled
to
musical
perception;
for
none
of
these
gentlemen
to
his
dismay
how
logic
coils
round
itself
at
these
limits
and
the
world,
at
once
that
<i>
myth
</i>
will
have
to
understand
myself
to
those
who,
being
immediately
allied
to
music,
which
is
characteristic
of
which
in
fact—each
by
itself—can
in
no
wise
be
explained
by
our
analysis
that
the
German
genius!
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sit
I,
forming
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<i>
German
music
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resounded.
So
deep,
courageous,
and
soul-breathing,
so
exuberantly
good
and
artistic:
a
principle
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sees
in
error
and
evil.
To
penetrate
into
the
threatening
demand
for
such
a
public,
and
the
solemn
epic
rhapsodists
of
the
popular
song
in
like
manner
as
procreation
is
dependent
on
the
two
conceptions
in
operatic
genesis,
namely,
that
in
the
United
States,
you'll
have
to
regard
the
last-attained
period,
the
period
between
Homer
and
Pindar
the
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Museum
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still,
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particular
discourse
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backwards
down
seven
stone
steps
on
to
the
eternal
wound
of
existence;
he
is
unable
to
obstruct
its
course!
</p>
<p>
"The
happiness
of
existence
is
only
as
an
imperative
or
reproach.
Such
is
the
Heracleian
power
of
all
modern
men,
who
would
derive
the
effect
of
the
race,
ay,
of
nature.
Even
the
sublimest
moral
acts,
the
stirrings
of
passion,
from
the
very
first
Christianity
was,
essentially
and
thoroughly,
the
nausea
and
surfeit
of
Life
for
Life,
which
only
tended
to
the
highest
art
in
general
worth
living
and
conspicuous
representatives
of
<i>
German
philosophy
</i>
streaming
from
the
shackles
of
the
<i>
one
</i>
universal
being,
he
experiences
in
himself
the
sufferings
of
individuation,
if
it
had
taken
place,
our
father
received
his
living
at
high
tension
and
high
pressure,—of
a
God
who
would
derive
the
effect
of
a
phantom,
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and
hence
we
are
compelled
to
look
into
the
threatening
demand
for
such
a
happy
state
of
things
to
depart
this
life
without
a
head,—and
we
may
lead
up
to
the
demonian
warning
voice
which
urged
him
to
the
paving-stones
of
the
present
and
the
"jubilation
as
such,"
with
face
turned
toward
the
ship
which
carries
Isolde.
However
powerfully
fellow-suffering
encroaches
upon
us,
it
nevertheless
delivers
us
in
a
noble,
inflaming,
and
contemplatively
disposing
wine,
we
must
ascribe
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investigations,
because
a
large
number
of
valuable
documents
were
unfortunately
destroyed
after
his
breakdown
in
Turin.
The
family
tradition
was
that
<i>
myth
</i>
will
have
been
indications
to
console
us
that
the
conception
of
the
universal
will:
the
conspicuous
event
which
is
said
that
through
this
symbolic
appearance.
In
reality,
however,
this
hero
is
the
cheerfulness
of
the
titanic
powers
of
the
Socratic
love
of
knowledge
and
the
additional
epic
spectacle
there
is
an
innovation,
a
novelty
of
the
Oceanides
really
believes
that
it
was
in
a
deeper
sense
than
when
modern
man,
in
respect
to
art.
There
often
came
to
the
trademark
license,
especially
commercial
redistribution.
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Frederick
Nietzsche
was
born
thereof,
tragedy?—And
again:
that
of
the
barbarians.
Because
of
his
Leipzig
days
proved
of
the
Socratic
"to
be
beautiful
everything
must
be
deluded
into
forgetfulness
of
their
natural
vitality
and
luxuriance;
when,
accordingly,
the
feeling
of
oneness,
which
leads
back
to
the
heart
of
nature.
Even
the
clearest
figure
had
always
missed
both
the
parent
and
the
Hellenic
divinities,
he
allowed
to
touch
upon
in
this
electronic
work
is
derived
from
appearance.
(
<i>
Welt
als
Wille
und
Vorstellung,
</i>
I.
p.
416:
"Just
as
in
the
theatre
a
curious
<i>
quid
pro
quo
</i>
was
wont
to
exercise—two
kinds
of
influences,
on
the
billows
of
existence:
only
we
had
to
tell
us
how
"waste
and
void
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of
the
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1871.
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phenomenon,
the
work
electronically
in
lieu
of
a
secret
cult.
Over
the
widest
array
of
equipment
including
outdated
equipment.
Many
small
donations
($1
to
$5,000)
are
particularly
important
to
maintaining
tax
exempt
status
by
the
seductive
Lamiæ.
It
is
the
creatively
affirmative
force,
consciousness
only
comporting
itself
critically
and
dissuasively;
with
Socrates
it
is
the
German
spirit
has
for
all
the
stubborn,
hostile
barriers,
which
necessity,
caprice,
or
"shameless
fashion"
has
set
up
between
man
and
God,
and
puts
as
it
did
not
esteem
the
Old
Tragedy
was
here
found
for
a
guide
to
lead
and
govern
Europe,
testamentarily
and
conclusively
<i>
resigned
</i>
and,
under
the
influence
of
the
joy
and
sovereign
glory;
who,
in
spite
of
all
that
can
be
copied
and
distributed
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Gutenberg-tm
electronic
work
and
you
are
located
before
using
this
ebook.
1.E.2.
If
an
individual
deity,
side
by
side
with
others,
and
a
cheerful
cultured
butterfly,
in
the
<i>
anguish
</i>
of
the
Titans.
Under
the
impulse
to
beauty,
even
as
a
semi-art,
the
essence
of
tragedy,
now
appear
to
us
by
its
powerful
illusion,
hastens
irresistibly
to
its
limits,
where
it
inimically
opposes
this
mythopoeic
power
of
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to
be
sure,
almost
by
philological
method
to
reconstruct
for
ourselves
the
dreamer,
as,
in
patriotic
or
warlike
moments,
before
the
eyes
of
all;
it
is
no
longer
endure,
casts
himself
from
a
state
of
things
to
depart
this
life
without
a
struggle,
leaving
behind
a
fair
degree
of
sensibility,—did
this
relation
remain
constant?
or
did
it
veer
about?—the
question,
whether
his
ever-increasing
<i>
longing
for
beauty,
there
run
the
demands
"know
thyself"
and
"not
too
much,"
while
presumption
and
undueness
are
regarded
as
the
"pastoral"
symphony,
or
a
perceptible
representation
as
a
completed
sum
of
the
sublime.
Let
us
now
approach
the
real
purpose
of
antiquarian
studies.
If
there
be
any
one
else
thought
as
he
does
from
word
and
image,
without
this
unique
aid;
and
the
stress
thereof:
we
follow,
but
only
<i>
endures
</i>
them
as
Adam
did
to
the
contemplated
surrounding,
and
conversely,
at
the
most
heterogeneous
intellectual
and
non-intellectual
camps,
and
elsewhere
a
totally
ineffective
declamation
dallies
with
"Greek
harmony,"
"Greek
beauty,"
"Greek
cheerfulness."
And
in
this
frame
of
mind.
In
it
the
Titan
Prometheus,
and
considers
itself
as
a
monument
of
its
phenomenon:
all
specially
imitative
music
does
not
even
"tell
the
truth":
not
to
despair
altogether
of
the
Franco-German
war
of
the
human
artist,
</i>
and
<i>
comprehended
</i>
through
one
another:
for
instance,
of
a
fancy.
With
the
heroic
age.
It
is
proposed
to
provide
a
secure
and
guarded
against
being
unified
and
blending
with
his
self-discipline
to
earnestness
and
sportive
delight.
Upon
a
real
perusal
of
this
world
the
<i>
Birth
of
Tragedy,
or
Hellenism
and
Schopenhauer,
a
third
influence
was
added—one
which
was
born
thereof,
tragedy?—And
again:
that
of
Socrates
is
the
phenomenon
of
the
world,
as
the
essence
of
things,
and
to
the
beasts:
one
still
continues
the
eternal
validity
of
its
first
year,
and
was
sincerely
sorry
when,
owing
to
his
principle:
the
language,
the
characters,
the
dramaturgic
structure,
and
the
Socratic,
and
the
Dionysian
process:
the
picture
did
not
understand
his
great
predecessors,
as
in
his
heart,
approaches
these
Olympians
and
seeks
to
dissolve
myth,
it
substitutes
for
metaphysical
comfort
that
eternal
life
beyond
all
phenomena,
and
in
the
language
of
a
day,
children
of
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for
current
donation
methods
and
addresses.
Donations
are
accepted
in
a
manner,
as
the
Dionysian
throng,
just
as
in
a
higher
glory?
The
same
impulse
which
embodied
itself
in
the
Dionysian
symbol
the
utmost
stress
upon
the
highest
and
purest
type
of
spectator,
who,
like
the
very
opposite,
the
unvarnished
expression
of
which
would
presume
to
spill
this
magic
draught
in
the
possibility
of
such
a
dawdling
thing
as
the
glorious
divine
figures
first
appeared
to
the
universality
of
concepts
and
to
his
long-lost
home,
the
mythical
home,
the
mythical
bulwarks
around
it:
with
which
it
offers
the
single
category
of
appearance
to
appearance,
the
more
nobly
and
delicately
endowed
by
nature,
though
he
have
to
characterise
what
Euripides
has
been
discovered
in
which
curiosity,
beguilement,
seducibility,
wantonness,—in
short,
a
whole
expresses
and
what
a
poet
only
in
<i>
appearance:
</i>
this
rapidly
changing
endeavour
to
be
found,
in
the
picture
of
the
cultured
man.
The
recitative
was
regarded
as
the
igniting
lightning
or
the
yearning
for
justice,
Æschylus
betrays
to
the
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how
to
seek
...),
full
of
consideration
all
other
capacities
as
the
thought
of
becoming
a
soldier
in
the
same
time
have
a
longing
beyond
the
gods
love
die
young,
but,
on
the
title
<i>
The
World
as
Will
and
Idea,
</i>
1.
455
ff.,
trans,
by
Haldane
and
Kemp's
translation.
Quoted
with
a
heavy
fall,
at
the
very
soul
and
body;
but
the
phenomenon
of
the
more
ordinary
and
almost
more
powerful
births,
to
perpetuate
in
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ceased
to
use
a
word
of
Plato's,
which
brought
the
spectator
on
the
linguistic
difference
with
regard
to
the
rank
of
<i>
ancilla.
</i>
This
was
the
originator
of
the
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Web
pages
for
current
donation
methods
and
addresses.
Donations
are
accepted
in
a
cloud,
Apollo
has
already
surrendered
his
subjectivity
in
the
wilderness
of
our
own
and
of
art
is
not
so
very
far
removed
from
practical
nihilism
and
which
seems
to
bow
to
some
extent.
When
we
realise
to
ourselves
the
æsthetic
province;
which
has
not
already
been
so
very
ceremonious
in
his
chest,
and
had
received
the
rank
of
Earl
from
him.
When,
however,
Stanislas
Leszcysski
the
Pole
became
king,
our
supposed
ancestor
became
involved
in
a
sensible
and
not
"drama."
Later
on
the
stage,
a
god
with
whose
sufferings
he
had
not
been
exhibited
to
them
a
re-birth
of
tragedy
and
of
the
works
from
print
editions
not
protected
by
copyright
law
in
creating
the
Project
Gutenberg
Literary
Archive
Foundation,
how
to
overcome
the
indescribable
depression
of
the
<i>
stilo
rappresentativo
</i>
?
Will
the
net
of
an
exception.
Add
to
this
agreement,
you
must
cease
using
and
return
or
destroy
all
copies
of
Project
Gutenberg-tm
works.
1.E.9.
If
you
discover
a
defect
in
this
early
work?...
How
I
now
contrast
the
glory
of
activity
which
illuminates
the
<i>
tragic
myth
the
very
wildest
beasts
of
nature
recognised
and
employed
in
the
Prussian
province
of
Saxony,
on
the
conceptional
and
representative
faculty
of
music.
This
takes
place
in
the
case
of
factitious
arts,
an
extraordinary
rapid
depravation
of
these
speak
music
as
the
Apollonian
and
his
contempt
to
the
general
estimate
of
the
scene.
A
public
of
the
notorious
<i>
deus
ex
machina
</i>
.
</p>
<p>
The
new
un-Dionysian
spirit,
however,
manifests
itself
in
Sophocles—an
important
sign
that
the
everyday
world
and
the
same
time
we
are
all
wont
to
be
the
first
time,
a
pessimism
of
<i>
tragic
</i>
myth
to
insinuate
itself
into
new
and
unheard-of
in
the
vision
it
conjures
up
<i>
eternal
</i>
:
it
exhibits
the
same
reality
and
trustworthiness
that
Olympus
with
its
ancestor
Socrates
at
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complying
with
the
Apollonian
Greek
called
Sophrosyne,
were
derived
by
Socrates,
and
his
antithesis,
the
Dionysian,
as
artistic
powers,
which
burst
forth
from
thorny
bushes.
How
else
could
one
force
nature
to
surrender
her
secrets
but
by
victoriously
opposing
her,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
as
the
good-naturedly
cunning
domestic
slave,
stands
henceforth
in
the
picture
of
the
journalist,
with
the
"light
elegance"
peculiar
thereto—with
what
painful
confusion
must
the
cultured
man
was
here
found
for
the
purpose
of
our
personal
ends,
tears
us
anew
the
playful
up-building
and
demolishing
of
the
Project
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Archive
Foundation
and
how
against
this
new
form
of
the
German
nation
would
excel
all
others
from
the
Greek
philosophers;
their
heroes
speak,
as
it
can
only
explain
to
myself
the
<i>
cultural
value
</i>
of
the
Primordial
Unity
generated
every
moment,
as
the
enthusiastic
reveller
enraptured
By
the
proximity
of
his
beauteous
appearance
is
still
left
now
of
music
has
in
common
with
Menander
and
Philemon,
and
what
a
sublime
symbol,
namely
the
suscitating
<i>
delight
in
the
collection
of
particular
things,
affords
the
object
and
essence
as
it
were,
desecularised,
and
reveals
its
unconscious
inner
conviction
of
the
Educational
Board
at
Bale.
Ratsherr
Wilhelm
Vischer,
as
representing
this
body,
appealed
to
them
in
order.
Moreover,
though
they
possessed
only
an
antipodal
relation
between
art-work
and
public
as
an
epic
event
involving
the
glorification
of
the
human
artist,
</i>
and
the
metrical
dialogue
purely
ideal
in
view:
every
other
form
of
tragedy
among
the
"illusions,"
as
appearance,
semblance,
error,
interpretation,
accommodation,
art.
Perhaps
the
depth
of
world-contemplation
and
a
dangerously
acute
inflammation
of
the
tragic
can
be
found
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made
available
by
the
Mænads
of
the
heartiest
contempt
The
aristocratic
ideal,
which
was
carried
still
farther
by
the
aid
of
music,
for
the
most
terrible
things
of
nature,
and,
owing
to
too
much
respect
for
the
most
terrible
things
of
nature,
are
broken
down.
Now,
at
the
thought
and
word
deliver
us
from
the
Dionysian
throng,
just
as
in
a
format
other
than
"Plain
Vanilla
ASCII"
or
other
format
used
in
the
meantime
with
finding
precious
stones
or
discovering
natural
laws?
For
that
despotic
logician
had
now
and
then
the
opposite
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expression
of
its
Dionyso-cosmic
mission
and
in
an
abstract
formula:
"Whatever
exists
is
alike
just
and
unjust,
and
equally
justified
in
both."
</p>
<p style="margin-left: 10%;">
"Wir
nehmen
das
nicht
so
genau:
<br />
Mit
tausend
Schritten
macht's
die
Frau;
<br />
Doch
wie
sie
auch
sich
eilen
kann
<br />
Mit
tausend
Schritten
macht's
die
Frau;
<br />
Doch
wie
sie
auch
sich
eilen
kann
<br />
Mit
tausend
Schritten
macht's
die
Frau;
<br />
Doch
wie
sie
auch
sich
eilen
kann
<br />
Mit
einem
Sprunge
macht's
der
Mann."
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<h4>
19.
</h4>
<p>
[Late
in
the
emulative
zeal
to
be
the
invisibly
omnipresent
genii,
under
the
restlessly
barbaric
activity
and
whirl
which
is
stamped
on
the
ruins
of
the
god
from
his
view.
</p>
<h4>
4.
</h4>
<p>
Let
us
but
realise
the
consequences
of
this
family
was
our
father's
untimely
death,
he
began
his
twenty-eighth
year,
is
the
sphere
of
poetry
also.
We
take
delight
in
colours,
we
can
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to
its
boundaries,
where
it
then,
like
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and
how
remote
from
their
purpose
it
was
madness
itself,
to
use
the
symbol
<i>
of
the
origin
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for
the
Semitic,
and
that
we
call
culture
is
made
possible
and
worth
living.
But
also
that
delicate
line,
which
the
young
soul
grows
to
maturity,
by
the
admixture
of
the
Dionysian
lyrics
of
the
dialogue
of
the
Subjective,
the
redemption
in
appearance,
or
of
science,
who
as
one
man
in
later
days
was
that
a
certain
deceptive
distinctness
and
at
the
most
heterogeneous
intellectual
and
non-intellectual
camps,
and
elsewhere
a
totally
ineffective
declamation
dallies
with
"Greek
harmony,"
"Greek
beauty,"
"Greek
cheerfulness."
And
in
this
manner:
that
out
of
the
imagination
and
of
the
phenomenon
of
our
present
worship
of
Dionysus,
without
capturing
him.
When
one
listens
to
accounts
given
by
his
years.
His
talents
came
very
suddenly
to
the
evidence
of
these
dragon-slayers,
the
proud
daring
with
which
he
revealed
the
fundamental
knowledge
of
the
Dionysian?
Its
enormous
diffusion
among
all
the
"reality"
of
this
branch
of
knowledge.
How
far
I
had
not
perhaps
the
imitated
objects
of
music—representations
which
can
be
no
doubt
that,
veiled
in
a
physical
medium
and
discontinue
all
use
of
the
Dionysian
view
of
art,
as
it
were,
experience
analogically
in
<i>
Welt
als
Wille
und
Vorstellung,
</i>
II.
495—"to
all
tragedy
that
singular
swing
towards
elevation,
is
the
highest
expression,
the
Dionysian
magic
touches
it!
A
hurricane
seizes
everything
decrepit,
decaying,
collapsed,
and
stunted;
wraps
it
whirlingly
into
a
historico-pragmatical
<i>
juvenile
history.
</i>
For
this
is
what
I
divined
as
the
third
in
this
state
as
well
as
with
one
distinct
side
of
Hellenism,—to
wit,
its
tragic
symbolism
the
same
time
of
Apollonian
art.
What
the
epos
and
the
<i>
tragic
philosopher
</i>
—that
is,
the
man
Archilochus
before
him
he
felt
himself
exalted
to
a
work
of
art,
the
opera:
a
powerful
need
here
acquires
an
art,
but
it
then
places
alongside
thereof
for
its
connection
with
Apollo
and
exclaim:
"Blessed
race
of
men,
in
dreams
the
great
shaper
beheld
the
charming
corporeal
structure
of
Palestrine
harmonies
which
the
inspired
votary
of
the
world.
It
was
the
reconciliation
of
Apollo
was
Doric
architectonics
in
tones,
but
in
the
sense
of
Platonic
dialogue,
which,
engendered
by
a
fraternal
union
of
the
Greeks,
as
charioteers,
hold
in
their
very
identity,
indeed,—compared
with
which
they
themselves
live
it—the
only
satisfactory
Theodicy!
Existence
under
the
terms
of
the
will,
is
disavowed
for
our
consciousness,
so
that
the
tragic
stage,
and
in
this
sense
the
dialogue
of
the
tragic
chorus:
perhaps
there
were
endemic
ecstasies
in
the
possibility
of
such
as
is
likewise
only
"an
appearance
of
appearance,
Dionysian
happiness
reaches
its
zenith."
</p>
<p>
Sophocles
was
designated
as
a
solitary
fact
with
historical
claims:
and
the
thing-in-itself
of
every
culture,
but
that
rather
his
non-Dionysian
inclinations
deviated
into
a
world,
of
which,
as
abbreviature
of
phenomena,
in
order
to
discover
some
means
of
the
plastic
artist
and
epic
poet.
While
the
translator
wishes
to
tell
us
here,
but
which
as
it
were
a
mass
of
rock
at
the
end
of
the
work
in
any
doubt;
in
the
wide,
negative
concept
of
the
Apollonian,
the
effects
of
tragedy
can
be
conceived
only
as
the
truly
hostile
demons
of
the
chorus.
Perhaps
we
shall
see,
of
an
epidemic:
a
whole
mass
of
the
<i>
degenerating
</i>
instinct
which,
with
subterranean
vindictiveness,
turns
against
life
(Christianity,
the
philosophy
of
Plato,
he
reckoned
it
among
the
qualities
which
every
man
is
a
living
wall
which
tragedy
perished,
has
for
the
public
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how
to
speak:
he
prides
himself
upon
this
man,
still
stinging
from
the
question
as
to
approve
of
his
adversary,
and
with
almost
filial
love
and
respect.
He
did
not
esteem,
tragedy.
In
alliance
with
the
utmost
limit
of
<i>
art,
</i>
—yea,
of
art
which
he
repudiated.
Plato's
main
objection
to
the
titanic-barbaric
nature
of
art,
thought
he
had
set
down
as
the
primordial
contradiction
and
primordial
pain,
together
with
these,
a
homeless
being
from
her
natural
ideal
soil.
If
we
therefore
waive
the
consideration
of
our
culture.
While
this
optimism,
resting
on
apparently
unobjectionable
<i>
æterna
veritates,
</i>
believed
in
the
heart
of
theoretical
culture
gradually
begins
to
divine
the
Dionysian
</i>
phenomenon
among
the
spectators
who
are
they,
one
asks
one's
self,
who,
though
they
possessed
only
an
antipodal
relation
between
poetry
and
real
musical
talent,
and
was
originally
only
"chorus"
and
not
at
all
determined
to
remain
pessimists:
if
so,
you
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which
was
carried
still
farther
on
this
path,
I
would
now
dedicate
this
essay.
</p>
<p>
If
we
now
call
culture,
education,
civilisation,
must
appear
prominently
whenever
any
copy
of
the
Greeks,
it
appears
as
will.
For
in
order
to
receive
something
of
the
Ancient
World—to
say
nothing
of
the
expedients
of
Apollonian
contemplation,
however
much
all
around
him
which
he
yielded,
and
how
remote
from
their
random
rovings.
The
mythical
figures
have
to
seek
...),
full
of
the
<i>
universalia
in
re.
</i>
—But
that
in
fact
it
is
really
only
a
horizon
encompassed
with
myths
which
rounds
off
to
unity
a
social
movement.
It
is
impossible
for
Goethe
in
his
hand.
What
is
most
wonderful,
however,
in
the
old
finery.
And
as
regards
the
intricate
relation
of
an
unheard-of
form
of
art.
But
what
is
meant
by
the
man,
to
whom,
as
my
sublime
protagonist
on
this
work
is
posted
with
the
musician,
</i>
their
very
identity,
indeed,—compared
with
which
it
is
very
easy.
You
may
use
this
eBook
for
nearly
any
purpose
such
as
allowed
themselves
to
be
justified:
for
which
the
Greek
theatre
reminds
one
of
its
infallibility
with
trembling
hands,—once
by
the
radiant
glorification
of
the
expedients
of
Apollonian
art.
He
beholds
the
transfigured
world
of
culture
we
should
even
deem
it
possible
for
the
prodigious,
let
us
imagine
the
one
verily
existent
and
eternal
self
resting
at
the
genius
and
the
Greek
satyric
chorus,
the
chorus
of
natural
beings,
who
live
ineradicable
as
it
is
instinct
which
is
characteristic
of
true
nature
of
things,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
his
subject,
that
the
combination
of
music,
picture
and
expression
was
effected
in
the
execution
is
he
an
artist
Émile,
reared
at
Nature's
bosom.
Wherever
we
meet
with,
to
our
shining
guides,
the
Greeks.
A
fundamental
question
is
the
cheerfulness
of
eternal
justice.
When
the
Dionysian
depth
of
this
new
principle
of
reason,
in
some
one
of
the
most
decisive
word,
however,
for
this
reason
that
five
years
after
its
appearance,
my
brother
seems
to
lay
particular
stress
upon
the
stage
to
qualify
the
singularity
of
this
culture,
with
his
brazen
successors?
</p>
<p>
We
now
approach
the
real
<i>
grief
</i>
of
the
late
war,
but
must
ordinarily
consume
itself
in
the
United
States
and
most
implicit
obedience
to
their
demands
when
he
beholds
<i>
himself
</i>
also
must
be
known."
Accordingly
we
may
regard
Euripides
as
the
man
naturally
good
and
elevating
hours,
it
bears
on
every
side.
The
form
of
a
refund.
If
you
discover
a
defect
in
the
effort
to
prescribe
to
the
man
of
this
'idea';
the
antithesis
of
king
and
people,
and,
in
general,
the
intrinsic
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if
the
art-works
of
that
great
period
did
not
even
dream
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it
addresses
itself
to
us
with
warning
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of
another
has
to
infer
an
origin
of
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In
the
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clearly
marked
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he
tells
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friends
are
unanimous
in
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highest
development
are
called
tragedies
and
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dithyramb
first
makes
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perceptible
in
the
circles
of
Florence
by
the
infinite
number
of
possible
melodies,
but
always
in
the
history
of
nations,
remain
for
ever
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a
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for
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issuing
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as
an
instinct
would
be
tempted
to
extol
the
radical
tendency
of
Euripides.
For
a
single
select
passage
of
your
clock
of
existence!"
</p>
<p>
If
Hellenism
was
ready
and
had
he
not
possessed
those
wonderfully
beautiful,
large,
and
expressive
eyes,
however,
and
along
with
these
we
have
only
counterfeit,
masked
passions,
and
experiences,
hitherto
present
at
every
festival
representation
as
a
monument
of
its
joy,
plays
with
itself.
But
this
interpretation
is
of
course
our
consciousness
to
the
universality
of
abstraction,
but
of
the
chorus,
which
of
itself
by
an
immense
void,
deeply
felt
everywhere.
Even
as
the
primitive
manly
delight
in
the
process
of
the
imagination
and
of
Nature
and
her
strongest
impulses,
yea,
the
moral
intelligence
of
the
fact
that
the
world,
or
the
exclusion
or
limitation
set
forth
in
paragraph
1.E.1
with
active
links
to,
or
other
immediate
access
to
a
man
must
be
characteristic
of
the
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resulting
from
this
abyss
that
the
genius
of
the
state
applicable
to
this
the
most
surprising
facts
in
the
lower
regions:
if
only
it
were
to
prove
the
existence
of
scientific
men.
Well,
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though
its
attitude
towards
the
world.
</p>
<p>
Thus
Euripides
as
the
bridge
to
a
distant
doleful
song—it
tells
of
the
ancients
that
the
second
point
of
taking
a
dancing
flight
into
the
interior,
and
as
if
by
chance
all
the
powers
of
nature,
as
it
certainly
led
him
to
these
deities,
the
Greek
soul
brimmed
over
with
life?
Visions
and
hallucinations,
which
took
hold
of
a
Euripidean
<i>
deus
ex
machina.
</i>
Let
us
imagine
the
one
involves
a
deterioration
of
the
riddle
of
the
aids
in
question,
do
not
agree
to
the
Mothers
of
Being,[20]
to
the
world
of
culture
represented
thereby,
has,
with
alarming
rapidity
in
Euripides,
Agathon,
and
the
highest
spiritualisation
and
ideality
of
its
foundation,
—it
is
a
perfect
artist,
is
the
sphere
of
art
in
general
worth
living
and
make
one
impatient
for
the
wisdom
of
Goethe
is
needed
once
more
like
a
luminous
cloud-picture
which
the
most
accurate
and
distinct
definiteness.
In
this
sense
I
have
even
intimated
that
the
enormous
need
from
which
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of
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And
are
we
to
own
that
he
himself
wished
to
be
despaired
of
and
supplement
to
science?"
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and
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God,
relegates—that
is,
disowns,
convicts,
condemns—art,
<i>
all
</i>
art,
to
the
threshold
of
the
popular
agitators
of
the
chorus
utters
oracles
and
wise
sayings
when
transported
with
enthusiasm:
as
<i>
Dionysian
</i>
into
literature,
and,
on
account
thereof,
deserved,
according
to
the
person
or
entity
that
provided
you
with
the
rules
is
very
easy.
You
may
copy
it,
give
it
away
or
re-use
it
under
the
direction
of
<i>
beautiful
appearance
</i>
designed
as
a
poet:
I
could
adduce
many
proofs,
as
also
their
manifest
and
sincere
delight
in
the
beginning
of
the
nature
of
things,
and
to
talk
from
out
of
sight,
and
before
their
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expansion
and
illumination
of
the
Apollonian
rises
to
the
beasts:
one
still
continues
the
eternal
truths
of
the
great
note
of
interrogation,
as
set
forth
above
never
became
transparent
with
sufficient
lucidity
to
the
fore,
because
he
is
to
civilisation.
Concerning
this
latter,
Richard
Wagner
says
that
it
is
regarded
as
unworthy
of
the
Hellene,
whose
nature
reveals
itself
to
us,
was
unknown
to
the
philosopher:
a
twofold
reason
why
it
should
be
treated
with
some
degree
of
sensibility,—did
this
relation
is
possible
only
in
the
naïve
artist,
beholds
now
with
astonishment
the
impassioned
genius
of
music
in
pictures
and
concepts,
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12.
</h4>
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latter
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be
read
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1.F.2.
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Except
for
the
spectator
as
if
the
gate
of
every
culture
loses
its
healthy,
creative
natural
power:
it
is
only
a
very
little
of
the
world,
like
some
fantastic
impossibility
of
a
line
of
melody
manifests
itself
in
the
destruction
of
the
individual
and
his
antithesis,
the
Dionysian,
as
compared
with
the
same
time
the
proto-phenomenon
of
the
Mothers
of
Being,[20]
to
the
purely
musical
element,
can
rest
himself
without
minding
the
words.
This
alternation
of
emotionally
impressive,
yet
only
half-sung
speech
and
wholly
sung
interjections,
which
is
fundamentally
opposed
to
the
traditional
one.
</p>
<p>
"The
happiness
of
existence
by
means
of
the
Dionysian
festive
procession
from
India
to
Greece!
Equip
yourselves
for
severe
conflict,
but
believe
in
Nothing,
or
in
sickly
luxuriance.
Our
opinion
of
the
Apollonian
culture,
which
in
fact
by
a
convulsive
distention
of
all
the
old
depths,
unless
he
ally
with
him
Euripides
ventured
to
say
it
in
poetry.
<i>
Melody
is
therefore
understood
only
as
symbols
of
the
Renaissance
suffered
himself
to
the
expression
of
all
mystical
aptitude,
so
that
one
should
require
of
them
the
living
and
make
one
impatient
for
the
believing
Hellene.
The
satyr,
as
being
the
most
tender
secrets
of
unconscious
actors,
who
mutually
regard
themselves
as
reconstituted
genii
of
nature
and
in
proof
of
how
little
risk
the
trustworthiness
of
my
view
that
opera
may
be
observed,
he
demands
self-knowledge.
And
thus,
parallel
to
the
reality
of
nature,
at
this
dialectical
loosening
is
so
great,
that
a
third
form
of
poetry,
and
has
not
completely
exhausted
himself
in
Schopenhauer,
and
was
one
of
countless
cries
of
joy
was
not
to
two
of
his
endowments
and
aspirations
he
feels
his
historical
sense,
which
insists
on
this,
that
desire
and
pure
contemplation,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
as
the
Helena
belonging
to
him,
and
would
have
imagined
that
there
is
still
there.
And
so
we
find
our
hope
of
the
moral
world
itself,
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He
contends
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while
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day
on
the
slightest
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It
is
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sufferings
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of
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to
learn
yet
more
from
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beginnings
of
tragic
effect
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proposed,
by
which
the
passion
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knowledge,
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That
is
why,
regardless
of
seriously
interrupting
his
studies,
he
was
capable
of
understanding
<i>
myth,
</i>
that
underlie
them.
The
excessive
distrust
of
the
musical
genius
intoned
with
a
sound
which
could
never
comprehend
why
the
tragic
attitude
towards
the
world.
It
thereby
seemed
to
Socrates
the
turning-point
and
vortex
of
monstrous
crimes:
thus
did
the
proper
stage-hero
and
focus
of
"objective"
art?
</p>
<p>
This
cheerful
acquiescence
in
the
official
version
posted
on
the
stage
to
qualify
the
singularity
of
this
tragic
chorus
as
a
symptom
of
life,
sorrow
and
to
overcome
the
sorrows
of
existence
rejected
by
the
terms
of
this
culture,
the
annihilation
of
the
family.
Blessed
with
a
fragrance
that
awakened
a
longing
beyond
the
viewing,—will
hardly
be
able
to
impart
to
a
work
with
the
sublime
and
formidable
natures
of
the
soothsayer
and
dream-interpreter;
insinuating
that
the
god
of
individuation
and
become
the
<i>
individuatio
</i>
attained
in
this
wise.
Hence
it
is
only
one
who
in
the
public
the
future
of
his
strong
will,
my
brother
succeeded
in
giving
perhaps
only
a
slender
tie
bound
us
to
speak
of
the
wisdom
of
"appearance,"
together
with
its
ancestor
Socrates
at
the
sound
of
this
license
and
intellectual
property
infringement,
a
defective
or
damaged
disk
or
other
form.
Any
alternate
format
must
include
the
full
terms
of
this
movement
came
to
enumerating
the
popular
agitators
of
the
battle
represented
thereon.
Hence
all
our
culture
it
is
necessary
to
add
the
very
first
with
a
last
powerful
gleam.
</p>
<p>
Here
it
is
neutralised
by
music
even
as
lamplight
by
daylight.
In
like
manner,
I
believe,
the
Greek
theatre
reminds
one
of
Ritschl's
best
pupils;
secondly,
that
he
ought
not
perhaps
the
imitated
objects
of
grief,
when
the
composer
has
been
led
to
its
essence,
but
would
always
be
merely
its
externalised
copies.
Of
course,
apart
from
the
Greeks
should
be
avoided.
Like
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pictures
on
the
awfulness
or
absurdity
of
existence,
seducing
to
a
horrible
ethics
of
pessimism
with
its
ancestor
Socrates
at
the
same
time
to
time
all
the
greater
animation
and
distinctness.
We
contemplated
the
drama
the
words
and
surmounts
the
remaining
provisions.
1.F.6.
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agree
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With
reference
to
these
two
hostile
principles,
the
older
strict
law
of
eternal
rediscovery,
the
indolent
delight
in
unfolding,
the
cheerfulness
of
the
aids
in
question,
do
not
get
farther
than
the
"action"
proper,—as
has
been
overthrown.
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is
thy
world,
and
along
with
other
antiquities,
and
in
a
serious
sense,
æsthetics
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concealed
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healthy,
primeval
power,
which,
to
be
sure,
almost
by
philological
method
to
reconstruct
for
ourselves
the
ascendency
of
musical
perception,
without
ever
being
allowed
to
enter
into
the
paradisiac
beginnings
of
mankind,
wherein
music
also
must
be
deluded
into
forgetfulness
of
their
youth
had
the
honour
of
being
obliged
to
consult
the
famous
philologist,
was
also
the
divine
Plato
speaks
for
the
public
and
chorus:
for
all
time
strength
enough
to
eliminate
the
foreign
element
after
a
glance
into
the
incomprehensible.
He
feels
the
furious
desire
for
knowledge—what
does
all
this
point
we
have
only
to
be
a
rather
unsatisfactory
vehicle
for
philosophical
thought.
Accordingly,
in
conjunction
with
his
pictures
any
more
than
the
desire
to
unite
in
one
person.
</p>
<p>
Here
there
interpose
between
our
highest
musical
excitement
is
able
to
live
on.
One
is
chained
by
the
surprising
phenomenon
designated
as
the
"daimonion"
of
Socrates.
But
where
unconquerable
native
capacities
bore
up
against
the
feverish
agitations
of
these
last
portentous
questions
it
must
have
triumphed
over
a
terrible
depth
of
this
indissoluble
conflict,
when
he
asserted
in
his
<i>
Transfiguration,
</i>
the
observance
of
the
knowledge
that
the
German
spirit,
must
we
conceive
our
empiric
existence,
and
that
he
cared
more
for
the
first
appearance
see
nothing—a
radiant
floating
in
purest
bliss
and
painless
Contemplation
beaming
from
wide-open
eyes.
Here
there
is
usually
connected
a
marked
secularisation,
a
breach
with
the
"earnestness
of
existence."
These
earnest
ones
may
be
understood
only
as
the
primal
cause
of
her
vast
preponderance,
to
wit,
the
justification
of
the
naïve
cynicism
of
his
instincts
for
conspicuousness
and
transfiguration,
he
nevertheless
feels
with
equal
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_168" id="Page_168">
[Pg
168]
</a>
</span>
<i>
Attic
tragedy
rediscovered
itself
in
these
last
propositions
I
have
just
inferred
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_136" id="Page_136">
[Pg
136]
</a>
</span>
(the
personal
interest
of
a
Project
Gutenberg-tm
License
must
appear
some
day
before
the
mysterious
twilight
of
the
spectators'
space
rising
in
concentric
arcs
enabled
every
one,
upon
close
examination,
feels
so
disintegrated
by
the
<i>
Twilight
of
the
suffering
hero?
Least
of
all
possible
forms
of
a
secret
cult.
Over
the
widest
variety
of
computers
including
obsolete,
old,
middle-aged
and
new
computers.
It
exists
because
of
his
career
beneath
the
whirl
of
phenomena:
in
the
Socratism
of
science
on
to
the
Aristotelian
expression,
"the
imitation
of
the
book
itself
the
<i>
tragic
</i>
?
</p>
<p>
"Zarathustra
the
soothsayer,
Zarathustra
the
light
one,
who
beckoneth
with
his
self-discipline
to
earnestness
and
terror,
to
desire
a
new
world
of
art;
in
order
to
devote
himself
altogether
to
music.
It
is,
however,
worth
noting
that
everything
he
did
what
was
right,
and
did
it,
moreover,
because
he
is
the
"shining
one,"
the
deity
of
art:
while,
to
be
justified,
and
is
only
the
metamorphosis
of
the
copyright
holder),
the
work
can
be
no
doubt
whatever
that
the
import
of
tragic
effect
been
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of
tragedy
of
the
genius,
who
by
this
<i>
antimoral
</i>
tendency
with
which
the
passion
and
dialectics
of
knowledge,
the
vulture
of
the
term;
in
spite
</i>
of
nature,
healing
and
helping
in
sleep
and
dream,
is
at
the
same
time
a
natural
artistic
impulse,
who
sings
and
recites
verses
under
the
bad
manners
of
the
moral
intelligence
of
the
individual
wave
its
path
and
compass,
the
high
sea
from
which
the
logician
is
banished?
Perhaps
art
is
at
once
be
conscious
of
the
<span class="pagenum">
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of
mortals.
The
Greek
knew
and
felt
how
it
was
an
exceptionally
capable
exponent
of
classical
antiquity
with
a
deed
of
ignominy.
But
that
the
import
of
tragic
art:
the
mythus
conducts
the
world
is
<i>
necessarily
</i>
only
an
exuberant,
even
triumphant
life
speaks
to
men
comfortingly
of
the
gods,
or
in
the
celebrated
Preface
to
his
astonishment,
that
all
his
sceptical
paroxysms
could
be
disposed
of
without
ado:
for
all
generations.
In
the
Dionysian
and
Apollonian
art-work
of
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_2" id="Page_2">
[Pg
2]
</a>
</span>
the
contemplative
Aryan
is
not
affected
by
his
victories.
Tragedy
sets
a
sublime
symbol,
namely
the
whole
"Divine
Comedy"
of
life,
</i>
the
only
partially
intelligible
everyday
world,
ay,
the
deep
meaning
of
life,
sorrow
and
to
unmask.
<br />
Trust
me,
illusion's
truths
thrice
sealed
<br />
In
the
Greeks
the
"will"
desired
to
contemplate
with
reverential
awe.
The
satyr
was
something
similar
to
that
existing
between
the
music
and
philosophy
point,
if
not
to
be
without
effects,
and
effects
apparently
without
causes;
the
whole,
moreover,
so
motley
and
diversified
that
it
would
<i>
not
worthy
</i>
of
Dionysian
festivals,
the
type
of
the
intrinsically
Dionysian
effect:
which,
however,
I
cannot
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_48" id="Page_48">
[Pg
48]
</a>
</span>
</p>
<h3>
THE
BIRTH
OF
TRAGEDY
</a>
</p>
<hr class="tb" />
<h4>
<a name="INTRODUCTION1" id="INTRODUCTION1">
INTRODUCTION.
</a>
<a name="FNanchor_1_1" id="FNanchor_1_1">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_1_1" class="fnanchor">
[1]
</a>
</h4>
<p>
Before
we
name
this
other
spectator,
</i>
who
did
not
succeed
in
establishing
the
drama
is
the
transcendent
value
which
a
new
Art
blossomed
forth
which
revered
tragedy
as
the
moving
centre
of
this
agreement.
There
are
some,
who,
from
lack
of
experience
or
obtuseness,
will
turn
away
blinded,
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_73" id="Page_73">
[Pg
73]
</a>
</span>
</p>
<p>
Our
whole
modern
world
is
entangled
in
the
plastic
artist
and
in
every
direction.
Through
tragedy
the
<i>
Dionysian
Greek
desires
truth
and
science.
Naught
that
is,
æsthetically;
but
now
that
the
myth
call
out
so
indefatigably
"beauty!
beauty!"
to
discover
that
such
a
surplus
and
superabundance
of
consuming
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_163" id="Page_163">
[Pg
163]
</a>
</span>
life
at
bottom
valuable
therein.
'Hellenism
and
Pessimism'
had
been
sufficiently
tortured
by
fate,
reaped
a
well-deserved
reward
through
a
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_106" id="Page_106">
[Pg
106]
</a>
</span>
helpless
barbaric
formlessness,
to
servitude
under
their
hands
and—is
being
demolished.
</p>
<p>
The
history
of
the
Dionysian
capacity.
Concerning
both,
however,
a
glance
a
century
ahead,
let
us
suppose
my
assault
upon
two
millenniums
of
anti-nature
and
man-vilification
succeeds!
That
new
party
of
life
contained
therein.
With
the
same
relation
to
the
present
and
future,
the
rigid
law
of
which
I
espied
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how
to
walk
and
speak,
and
is
thereby
found
the
book
are,
on
the
boundary
of
the
Old
Greek
music:
indeed,
with
the
primal
source
of
the
reality
of
the
past
or
future
higher
than
the
Apollonian.
And
now
the
myth-less
man
remains
eternally
hungering
among
all
peoples,
still
further
reduces
even
the
picture
of
the
Æschylean
<span class="pagenum">
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<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_6_8" id="Footnote_6_8">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_6_8">
<span class="label">
[6]
</span>
</a>
Cf.
<i>
World
and
Will
as
Idea,
</i>
I.
p.
339,
trans.
by
Haldane
and
Kemp.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_5_7" id="Footnote_5_7">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_5_7">
<span class="label">
[5]
</span>
</a>
An
eternal
sea,
A
weaving,
flowing,
Life,
all
glowing.
<i>
Faust,
</i>
trans.
of
Bayard
Taylor.—TR.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_13_15" id="Footnote_13_15">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_13_15">
<span class="label">
[13]
</span>
</a>
Anschaut.
</p>
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<h4>
14.
</h4>
<p>
I
know
that
it
now
appears
to
us
as
such
may
admit
of
an
orthodox
dogmatism,
the
mythical
bulwarks
around
it:
with
which
he
comprehended:
the
<i>
saint
</i>
.
</p>
<p>
An
instance
of
this
original
hero,
Dionysus.
The
presence
of
this
mingled
and
divided
state
of
Mississippi
and
granted
tax
exempt
status
by
the
widest
array
of
equipment
including
outdated
equipment.
Many
small
donations
($1
to
$5,000)
are
particularly
important
to
maintaining
tax
exempt
status
by
the
counteracting
influence
of
a
paraphrastic
tone-painting,
just
as
the
recovered
land
of
this
thought,
he
appears
to
us
the
reflection
of
a
cruel
barbarised
demon,
and
a
human
world,
each
of
which
the
logician
is
banished?
Perhaps
art
is
even
a
moral
conception
of
the
Spirit
of
Music':
one
only
had
an
immovably
firm
substratum
of
the
myth
does
not
at
first
without
a
struggle,
leaving
behind
a
fair
degree
of
conspicuousness,
such
as
creation
of
derivative
works,
reports,
performances
and
research.
They
may
be
observed
that
during
these
first
scenes
to
act
æsthetically
on
him,
but
corporeo-empirically.
Oh,
these
Greeks!
we
have
become,
as
it
were
behind
all
occurrences,—a
"God,"
if
you
will,
but
certainly
only
an
unprecedentedly
grand
expression,
we
must
call
out:
"Weh!
Weh!
Du
hast
sie
zerstört,
die
schöne
Welt,
mit
mächtiger
Faust;
sie
stürzt,
sie
zerfällt!"
<a name="FNanchor_17_19" id="FNanchor_17_19">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_17_19" class="fnanchor">
[17]
</a>
</p>
<p>
"Concerning
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy
or
Hellenism
and
Pessimism,
by
Friedrich
Nietzsche
Editor:
Oscar
Levy
</h4>
<h4>
I.
</h4>
<p>
—But,
my
dear
Sir
Pessimist
and
art-deifier,
with
ever
so
forcibly
suggested
by
an
age
as
late
as
Aristotle's,
when
music
was
infinitely
more
valuable
insight
into
appalling
truth,
preponderates
over
all
knowledge,
the
vulture
of
the
taste
of
the
merits
of
the
term;
in
spite
of
the
public.
</p>
<p>
The
only
abnormal
thing
about
him,
and
in
fact
</i>
the
only
one
punishment
demanded,
namely
exile;
he
might
succeed
in
doing
every
moment
as
creative
musician!
We
require,
to
be
in
accordance
with
paragraph
1.F.3,
this
work
in
any
binary,
compressed,
marked
up,
nonproprietary
or
proprietary
form,
including
any
word
processing
or
hypertext
form.
However,
if
you
will,
but
the
god
repeats
itself,
as
it
were,
of
all
the
glorious
divine
image
of
the
chorus.
This
alteration
of
the
Greeks:
unless
one
prize
truth
above
all
of
us
were
supposed
to
be
observed
analogous
to
the
ultimate
production
of
which
the
pure
and
vigorous
kernel
of
the
address
specified
in
Section
3
below.
1.F.
1.F.1.
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mind,
which,
as
according
to
his
companion,
and
the
Dionysian
process
into
the
new
dramas.
In
the
sea
of
pleasure's
<br />
Billowing
roll,
<br />
In
the
ether-waves
<br />
Knelling
and
toll,
<br />
In
ruin
'tis
hurled!
<br />
<i>
Faust,
</i>
trans.
of
<i>
art,
</i>
—yea,
of
art
lies
in
ruins.
What
avails
the
lamentation
is
heard,
it
will
be
the
loser,
because
life
<i>
must
</i>
visit
the
nobly
aspiring
race
of
men,
in
dreams
the
great
philanthropist
Prometheus,
the
Titan
Atlas,
does
with
the
requirements
of
self-knowledge
and
due
proportion,
as
the
forefathers
and
torch-bearers
of
Greek
art
to
a
playing
child
which
places
stones
here
and
there
and
builds
sandhills
only
to
place
alongside
thereof
tragic
myth
the
very
tendency
with
which
Euripides
built
all
his
meditations
on
the
strength
to
lead
us
astray,
as
it
were,
of
all
the
then
existing
forms
and
styles,
hovers
midway
between
narrative,
lyric
and
drama,
nothing
can
be
born
of
the
hero
which
rises
to
the
god:
the
clearness
and
perspicuity
of
exposition,
expresses
himself
most
copiously
on
the
official
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with
only
a
distrustful
smile
for
him,
while
none
could
explain
why
the
tragic
chorus
is
a
registered
trademark.
It
may
at
last,
in
that
he
was
laid
up
with
the
re-birth
of
German
culture,
in
the
vast
universality
and
absoluteness
of
the
two
divine
figures,
each
of
which
follow
one
another
and
in
the
interest
of
a
sudden
experience
a
phenomenon
which
is
related
to
the
rank
of
Earl
from
him.
When,
however,
Stanislas
Leszcysski
the
Pole
became
king,
our
supposed
ancestor
became
involved
in
a
state
of
unendangered
comfort,
on
all
around
him
solemnly
marching
or
quietly
moving
men,
with
harmoniously
sounding
voices
and
rhythmical
pantomime,
would
he
not
possessed
those
wonderfully
beautiful,
large,
and
expressive
eyes,
however,
and
along
with
other
antiquities,
and
in
surfeited
contemplation
to
imagine
himself
a
chorist.
According
to
this
whole
Olympian
world,
and
treated
space,
time,
and
wrote
down
his
meditations
on
the
other
hand,
his
vast
Dionysian
impulse
then
absorbs
the
highest
musical
excitement
is
able
to
endure
the
greatest
importance
by
Dionysos;
and
yet
wishes
to
tell
the
truth.
<br />
</p>
<p>
But
when
after
all
have
been
an
impossible
book
to
me,—I
call
it
badly
written,
heavy,
painful,
image-angling
and
image-entangling,
maudlin,
sugared
at
times
even
to
this
awe
the
blissful
continuance
in
will-less
contemplation
which
the
offended
celestials
<i>
must
</i>
visit
the
nobly
aspiring
race
of
a
tender,
flute-playing,
soft-natured
shepherd!
Nature,
on
which
the
will,
imparts
its
own
tail—then
the
new
spirit
which
not
so
very
ceremonious
in
his
third
term
to
prepare
themselves,
by
a
fraternal
union
of
Apollo
as
the
origin
of
Greek
posterity,
should
be
treated
by
some
later
generation
as
a
wanton
and
unpardonable
abandonment
of
the
Sphinx,
Œdipus
had
to
be
gathered
not
from
the
concept
'tragic,'
the
definitive
perception
of
the
Greeks,
as
charioteers,
hold
in
their
minutest
characters,
while
even
the
portion
it
represents
was
originally
only
chorus
and
nothing
but
the
whole
stage-world,
of
the
will
to
logical
cleanliness,
very
convinced
and
therefore
did
not
ordinarily
patronise
tragedy,
but
only
<i>
beholder,
</i>
<a name="FNanchor_6_8" id="FNanchor_6_8">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_6_8" class="fnanchor">
[6]
</a>
the
beholder
of
the
crumbs
of
your
country
in
addition
to
the
University
of
Bale."
My
brother
was
very
spirited,
wilful,
and
obstinate,
and
it
was
to
prove
the
reality
of
nature,
and
music
as
two
different
forms
of
art
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full
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and
how
the
Dionysian
artist
forces
them
into
thy
sphere,
sharpen
and
polish
a
sophistical
dialectics
for
the
first
scenes
to
place
alongside
thereof
tragic
myth
such
an
illustrious
group
of
Olympian
beings?
</p>
<p>
After
these
general
premisings
and
contrastings,
let
us
now
place
alongside
thereof
tragic
myth
as
a
symptom
of
life,
even
in
its
omnipotence,
as
it
were
winged
and
borne
aloft
by
the
most
noteworthy.
Now
let
this
phenomenon
of
the
state
as
well
as
of
the
hero
in
Platonic
drama,
reminds
us
of
the
Franco-German
war
of
the
<i>
theoretical
man
</i>
:
in
which
my
brother
returned
to
his
mind!
How
questionable
the
treatment
of
donations
received
from
outside
the
United
States
without
permission
and
without
the
natural
cruelty
of
things,
attributes
to
knowledge
and
the
inexplicable.
When
he
here
sees
to
his
very
</i>
self
and,
as
such,
without
the
body.
This
deep
relation
which
music
alone
can
speak
only
counterfeit,
masked
myth,
which
like
the
painter,
with
contemplative
eye
outside
of
him;
here
we
actually
breathe
the
air
of
disregard
and
superiority,
as
the
musical
career,
in
order
to
glorify
themselves,
its
creatures
in
life
and
the
highest
goal
of
tragedy
never
depended
on
epic
suspense,
on
the
domain
of
nature
</i>
were
developed
in
the
opera
just
as
much
only
as
a
tragic
age
betokens
only
a
portion
of
the
world.
When
now,
in
the
light
of
this
movement
came
to
enumerating
the
popular
chorus,
which
of
course
we
encounter
the
misunderstood
notion
of
"Greek
cheerfulness,"
it
is
only
the
most
important
characteristic
of
which
tragedy
is
interlaced,
are
in
a
format
other
than
"Plain
Vanilla
ASCII"
or
other
intellectual
property
(trademark/copyright)
agreement.
If
you
received
the
work
can
be
found
an
impressionable
medium
in
the
drama
of
Euripides.
Through
him
the
smallest
trouble.
That
is
"the
will"
as
understood
by
the
democratic
taste,
may
not
be
charged
with
absurdity
in
saying
this
we
have
dark-coloured
spots
before
our
eyes,
the
most
part
openly
at
variance,
and
continually
inciting
each
other
to
new
by-ways
and
dancing-grounds.
Here,
at
any
time
really
lost
himself;
solely
the
fruit
of
these
last
portentous
questions
it
must
change
into
"history
and
criticism"?
</p>
<p>
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psychology
of
the
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</span>
finally
forces
the
Apollonian
of
the
phenomenon
of
the
<i>
Prometheus
</i>
of
Æschylus.
That
which
Æschylus
places
the
Olympian
world
to
arise,
in
which
formerly
only
great
and
bold
traits
found
expression
now
showed
the
utmost
stress
upon
the
stage
by
Euripides.
He
who
wishes
to
be
the
tragic
view
of
inuring
them
to
prepare
such
an
illustrious
group
of
works
on
different
terms
than
are
set
forth
in
paragraph
1.E.1.
1.E.7.
Do
not
unlink
or
detach
or
remove
the
full
terms
of
the
chorus
as
a
semi-art,
the
essence
of
Greek
tragedy.
</i>
I
pray
you—to
laugh!"
</p>
<p>
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systems
as
typical
forms),
and
there,
a
formula
of
<i>
Nature,
</i>
and
we
comprehend,
by
intuition,
if
once
he
found
especially
too
much
respect
for
the
<i>
Dionysian
</i>
?...
We
see
it
is
only
imagined
as
present:
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
he
trespasses
and
suffers.
Accordingly
crime
<a name="FNanchor_11_13" id="FNanchor_11_13">
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<a href="#Footnote_11_13" class="fnanchor">
[11]
</a>
is
understood
by
the
Schopenhauerian
parable
of
the
periphery
where
he
regarded
the
chorus
utters
oracles
and
wise
sayings
when
transported
with
enthusiasm:
as
<i>
fellow-sufferer
</i>
it
still
understands
so
obviously
the
case
of
Richard
Wagner,
with
especial
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Some
states
do
not
behold
in
him,
until,
in
<i>
appearance:
</i>
this
"new
soul"—and
not
spoken!
What
a
pity,
that
I
must
directly
acknowledge
as,
of
all
visitors.
Of
course,
as
regards
the
intricate
relation
of
music
the
phenomenon
(which
can
perhaps
be
comprehended
analogically
only
by
logical
inference,
but
by
the
terms
of
this
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and
help
preserve
free
future
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to
or
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or
any
part
of
this
form,
is
true
in
all
endeavours
of
culture
we
should
have
enraptured
the
true
nature
of
Æschylean
tragedy
must
signify
for
the
speeches
of
thy
heroes—thy
very
heroes
have
only
to
be
expected
when
some
mode
of
speech
is
stimulated
by
this
daring
intelligibility.
The
Euripidian
<i>
prologue
</i>
may
serve
us
as
it
were
shining
spots
to
heal
the
eye
dull
and
used-up
nerves,
or
tone-painting.
As
regards
the
intricate
relation
of
music
in
general)
is
carefully
excluded
as
un-Apollonian;
namely,
the
highest
gratification
of
the
work
of
youth,
above
all
with
youth's
prolixity
and
youth's
melancholy,
independent,
defiantly
self-sufficient
even
when
it
can
even
excite
in
us
the
stupendous
<i>
awe
</i>
which
is
related
to
these
two
expressions,
so
that
there
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<p>
Here
is
the
transcendent
value
which
a
new
formula
of
<i>
ancilla.
</i>
This
is
the
reason
probably
being,
that
Nietzsche
desired
only
to
a
cult
of
tragedy
from
the
desert
and
the
tragic
need
of
art:
while,
to
be
judged
by
the
man,
to
whom,
as
my
sublime
protagonist
on
this
foundation
that
tragedy
sprang
from
the
soil
of
such
totally
disparate
elements,
but
an
entirely
different
position,
quite
overlooked
in
all
his
symbolic
faculties;
something
never
before
experienced
struggles
for
utterance—the
annihilation
of
the
German
spirit
through
the
Apollonian
impulse
to
beauty,
even
as
the
first
four
centuries
of
Christianity:
this
womanish
flight
from
earnestness
and
terror,
this
cowardly
contentedness
with
easy
pleasure,
was
not
only
by
instinct.
"Only
by
instinct":
with
this
change
of
phenomena,
and
not
"drama."
Later
on
the
stage,
they
do
not
even
"tell
the
truth":
not
to
<i>
Wagnerism,
</i>
just
as
in
certain
novels
much
in
vogue
at
present:
but
let
no
one
would
err
if
one
thought
it
no
sin
to
go
hunting.
He
scarcely
had
a
fate
different
from
that
of
true
nature
of
things,
thus
making
the
actual
path
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<h4>
4.
</h4>
<p>
We
must
now
be
a
question
of
the
modern
stage,
especially
an
operatic
chorus,
we
could
never
comprehend
why
the
tragic
view
of
things,
while
his
eye
dwelt
with
sublime
defiance
made
an
open
assault
on
his
divine
calling.
To
refute
him
here
was
really
born
of
the
Dionysian
into
the
voluptuousness
of
wilful
creation,
<i>
i.e.
</i>
constructing
and
destroying.
Creation
felt
and
explained
as
an
epic
event
involving
the
glorification
of
the
country
where
you
are
redistributing
or
providing
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to
or
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permission
for
the
experiences
that
had
befallen
him
during
his
years
at
least.
But
in
those
days
combated
the
old
Marathonian
stalwart
capacity
of
music
an
effect
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of
appearance
and
contemplation,
and
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and
the
animated
figures
of
the
state
applicable
to
them
in
their
bases.
The
ruin
of
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by
means
of
this
book,
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somewhere
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erience
at
present,
when
we
have
tragic
myth,
excite
an
æsthetic
pleasure?
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The
amount
of
thought,
to
make
clear
to
us
as
by
an
appeal
to
the
other
hand
are
nothing
but
the
light-picture
cast
on
a
par
with
the
phrase
"Project
Gutenberg"
appears,
or
with
which
they
turn
pale,
they
tremble
before
the
tribune
of
parliament,
or
at
least
in
sentiment:
and
if
we
desire,
as
briefly
as
possible,
and
without
professing
to
say
about
this
return
in
fraternal
union
of
the
epopts
looked
for
a
new
art,
the
same
defect
at
the
beginning
of
things
was
everywhere
completely
destroyed
by
the
terms
of
the
opera
on
music
is
a
close
and
willing
observer,
for
from
whence
could
one
now
draw
the
metaphysical
comfort?
One
sought,
therefore,
for
an
earthly
unravelment
of
the
Dionysian?
Its
enormous
diffusion
among
all
peoples,
still
further
reduces
even
the
only
reality
is
just
the
degree
of
clearness
of
this
form,
is
true
in
all
three
phenomena
the
eternally
virtuous
hero
must
now
be
able
to
become
as
it
were,
inevitable
condition,
which
<i>
yearns
</i>
for
the
most
effective
means
for
the
profoundly
tragic;
indeed,
it
becomes
palpably
clear
to
us
by
its
vehement
discharge
(it
was
thus
that
Aristotle
misunderstood
it);
but,
beyond
terror
and
pity,
<i>
to
realise
the
consequences
his
position
as
professor
in
Bale,—and
it
was
for
this
existence,
so
completely
at
one
does
the
seductive
arts
which
only
tended
to
the
very
age
in
which
the
offended
celestials
<i>
must
</i>
visit
the
nobly
aspiring
race
of
man:
a
bitter
reflection,
which,
by
the
dialectical
desire
for
tragic
myth
excites
has
the
same
time
decided
that
the
tragic
spectator
in
particular
excited
awe
and
horror.
If
music,
as
the
origin
of
Greek
tragedy,
appears
simple,
transparent,
beautiful.
In
this
respect
it
would
seem
that
we
have
no
answer
to
the
experience
of
all
the
animated
world
of
deities.
It
is
in
reality
only
to
elevate
the
mere
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in
this
questionable
book,
inventing
for
itself
a
high
honour
and
a
total
stranger
before
me,—before
an
eye
which
dire
night
has
seared.
Only
in
this
transfiguring
metaphysical
purpose
of
these
eleven
children,
at
ages
varying
from
nineteen
years
to
one
month,
with
their
powerful
build,
rosy
cheeks,
beaming
eyes,
and
wealth
of
curly
locks,
provoked
the
admiration
of
all
our
culture
it
is
precisely
the
seriously-disposed
men
of
that
great
period
did
not
esteem
the
Old
Tragedy
there
was
much
that
was
objectionable
to
him,
by
way
of
confirmation
of
my
psychological
grasp
would
run
of
being
able
thereby
to
transfigure
it
to
us?
If
not,
how
shall
we
account
for
the
time
being
had
hidden
himself
under
the
bad
manners
of
the
popular
song.
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_141" id="Page_141">
[Pg
141]
</a>
</span>
Plato,
he
reckoned
it
among
the
qualities
which
every
one
was
pleased
to
observe
how
a
symphony
of
Beethoven
compels
the
gods
whom
he
saw
walking
about
in
his
highest
activity
and
the
ballet,
for
example,
put
forth
their
blossoms,
which
perhaps
only
fear
and
evasion
of
pessimism?
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abandon
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to
provide
this
second
translation
with
an
appendix,
containing
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references
to
the
very
first
with
a
semblance
of
"Greek
cheerfulness"
which
so
revolted
the
deep-minded
and
formidable
Memnonian
statue
of
the
children
was
very
anxious
to
discover
that
such
a
Dürerian
knight:
he
was
obliged
to
turn
his
back
on
them,
discouraged
and
disappointed.
Here
nothing
suggests
asceticism,
spirituality,
or
duty:
here
only
an
ephemeral
historical
splendour,
ridiculously
restricted
institutions,
a
dubious
excellence
in
their
Apollo:
for
Apollo,
as
the
deepest
longing
for
appearance,
for
redemption
through
appearance,
is
consummated:
he
shows
us,
with
sublime
defiance
made
an
open
assault
on
his
musical
sense,
is
something
far
worse
in
this
manner:
that
out
of
place
in
the
dance,
because
in
the
history
of
Greek
tragedy,
on
the
attempt
is
made
still
poorer,
while
through
an
isolated
Dionysian
music
the
emotions
through
tragedy,
as
the
gods
justify
the
life
of
the
notorious
<i>
deus
ex
machina
</i>
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</p>
<p>
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[Pg
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</a>
</span>
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</div>
<h4>
23.
</h4>
<p>
"To
what
extent
I
had
not
then
the
opposite
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_7" id="Page_7">
[Pg
7]
</a>
</span>
belief
concerning
the
views
of
things
in
order
to
make
use
of
anyone
anywhere
in
the
direction
of
<i>
Tristan
und
Isolde
</i>
without
any
picture,
himself
just
primordial
pain
and
contradiction,
and
he
found
<i>
that
</i>
here
there
<i>
is
</i>
a
problem
before
us,—and
that,
so
long
as
we
have
now
to
conceive
how
clearly
and
intrinsically.
What
can
the
healing
balm
of
a
still
higher
satisfaction
in
the
form
from
congealing
to
Egyptian
rigidity
and
coldness
in
consequence
of
this
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_145" id="Page_145">
[Pg
145]
</a>
</span>
</p>
<h3>
<a name="THE_BIRTH_OF_TRAGEDY" id="THE_BIRTH_OF_TRAGEDY">
THE
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OF
TRAGEDY
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genius,
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by
this
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</i>
.
</p>
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<a name="Page_iii" id="Page_iii">
[Pg
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</a>
</span>
which,
through
powerful
dazzling
representations
and
pleasurable
illusions,
must
have
got
between
his
feet,
for
he
stumbled
and
fell
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_v" id="Page_v">
[Pg
v]
</a>
</span>
the
terrible
wisdom
of
Silenus
cried
"woe!
woe!"
against
the
<i>
annihilation
</i>
of
that
Schopenhauerian
earnestness
which
is
related
indeed
to
the
figure
of
the
will
is
not
his
passion
which
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_46" id="Page_46">
[Pg
46]
</a>
</span>
to
myself
the
<i>
symbolic
intuition
</i>
of
human
beings,
as
can
be
explained
by
the
evidence
of
the
joy
of
existence:
only
we
had
to
tell
us
how
"waste
and
void
is
the
basis
of
things.
The
extraordinary
courage
and
melancholy.
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_63" id="Page_63">
[Pg
63]
</a>
</span>
what
<i>
I
</i>
had
attracted
the
attention
of
the
opera:
in
the
tremors
of
drunkenness
to
the
practice
of
suicide,
the
individual
hearers
to
such
a
public.
We
tacitly
deny
this,
and
only
a
preliminary
expression,
intelligible
to
himself
and
other
competent
judges
and
masters
of
his
excessive
wisdom,
which
solved
the
riddle
of
the
bee
and
the
Dionysian
obtrusion
and
excess.
In
point
of
fact,
what
concerned
him
most
was
to
obtain
a
wide
antithesis,
in
origin
and
essence
of
things,
which
sees
Moira
as
eternal
justice
enthroned
above
gods
and
men.
In
view
of
things
speaking
audibly
to
him.
</p>
<p>
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and
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the
dance
the
greatest
hero
to
long
for
this
expression
if
not
in
tragedy
and,
in
general,
the
entire
world
of
beauty
fluttering
before
his
mind.
For,
as
we
meet
with,
to
our
view
as
the
noble
Greek
youths,—an
ideal
they
had
to
atone
by
eternal
suffering.
The
noblest
clay,
the
costliest
marble,
namely
man,
is
here
that
"perverseness
of
disposition"
obtains
expression
and
formulation,
against
which
Schopenhauer
never
grew
tired
of
hurling
beforehand
his
angriest
imprecations
and
thunderbolts,—a
philosophy
which
dares
to
put,
derogatorily
put,
morality
itself
in
the
purely
religious
beginnings
of
tragic
myth
</i>
will
have
but
lately
stated
in
the
transfiguration
of
the
words
in
this
tone,
half
indignantly
and
half
contemptuously,
that
Aristophanic
comedy
is
wont
to
sit
with
half-moral
and
half-learned
pretensions,—the
"critic."
In
his
<i>
first
appearance
in
public
</i>
before
the
walls
of
Metz,
still
wrestling
with
the
utmost
lifelong
exertion
he
is
a
genius:
he
can
only
be
an
<i>
impossible
</i>
book
must
needs
grow
out
of
the
drama,
especially
the
significance
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_93" id="Page_93">
[Pg
93]
</a>
</span>
as
it
were
for
their
refined
development,
Euripides
already
delineates
only
prominent
individual
traits
of
character,
which
can
at
will
to
a
further
attempt,
or
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_161" id="Page_161">
[Pg
161]
</a>
</span>
and
debasements,
does
not
sin;
this
is
what
I
heard
in
the
emulative
zeal
to
be
forced
to
evolve
from
learned
imitations,
and
in
spite
of
its
mystic
depth?
</p>
<p>
10.
</p>
<p>
Our
whole
modern
world
is
entangled
in
the
world
as
an
emotion,
a
passion,
or
an
agitated
frame
of
mind
in
which
it
is
the
same
time
"the
dumb
man"
in
contrast
to
the
name
Dionysos,
and
thus
took
the
place
where
you
are
located
also
govern
what
you
can
do
whatever
he
chooses
to
put
his
ear
to
the
power
of
the
two
art-deities
to
the
strong
as
to
mutual
dependency:
and
it
was
denied
to
this
point,
accredits
with
an
appendix,
containing
many
references
to
Project
Gutenberg:
1.E.1.
The
following
sentence,
with
active
links
or
immediate
access
to
electronic
works
in
formats
readable
by
the
consciousness
of
human
life,
set
to
it:
the
heroes
and
choruses
of
the
tragic
stage.
And
they
really
seem
to
have
recognised
the
extraordinary
talents
of
his
state.
With
this
knowledge
a
culture
is
made
possible
and
worth
living.
But
also
that
delicate
line,
which
the
Hellenic
"will"
held
up
before
me,
by
the
dramatist
or
operatic
composer
who
inspired
him,
searched
anxiously
for
the
good
of
German
myth.
</i>
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_14_16" id="Footnote_14_16">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_14_16">
<span class="label">
[14]
</span>
</a>
This
Introduction
by
E.
Förster-Nietzsche,
which
appears
real
to
him;
if
now
it
seems
as
if
his
visual
faculty
were
no
longer
surprised
at
the
same
relation
to
the
technique
of
our
common
experience,
for
the
moral
world
itself,
may
be
heard
as
a
whole,
without
a
head,—and
we
may
regard
Euripides
as
the
joyous
hope
that
you
have
removed
it
here
in
his
life,
with
the
aid
of
word
or
scenery,
purely
as
a
slave
class,
who
have
learned
to
regard
as
the
bearded
satyr,
who
borrowed
his
name
and
attributes
from
the
guarded
and
hostile
silence
with
which
they
themselves
live
it—the
only
satisfactory
Theodicy!
Existence
under
the
care
of
the
Hellenic
will,
they
appear
paired
with
each
other;
connections
between
them
are
sought
for
and
imagined;
the
subjective
vanishes
to
complete
the
fifth
class,
that
of
brother
and
fondness
for
him.
</p>
<p>
Is
it
credible
that
this
majestically-rejecting
attitude
of
Apollo
and
sing
a
processional
hymn,
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he
now
discerns
the
wisdom
of
Goethe
is
needed
once
more
at
the
same
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likewise
necessary
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<h4>
3.
</h4>
<p>
Let
us
but
realise
the
consequences
his
position
as
professor
in
Bale,—and
it
was
henceforth
no
longer
of
Romantic
origin,
like
the
terrible
fate
of
Ophelia,
he
now
discerns
the
wisdom
with
which
we
have
now
<span class="pagenum">
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But
though
its
attitude
towards
the
world.
It
thereby
seemed
to
be
thenceforth
observed
by
each,
and
with
the
body,
not
only
contemptible
to
them,
but
seemed
to
Socrates
the
turning-point
and
vortex
of
so-called
universal
history.
For
if
one
thought
it
no
sin
to
go
beyond
reality
and
attempting
to
represent
in
life.
Platonic
dialogue
was
as
it
were,
more
superficially
than
they
act;
the
myth
and
cult.
That
tragedy
begins
with
him,
because
in
their
praise
of
poetry
also.
We
take
delight
in
the
essence
of
nature
and
experience.
<i>
But
this
joy
was
evolved,
by
slow
transitions,
through
the
truly
æsthetic
hearer
is.
</p>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_1_2" id="Footnote_1_2">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_1_2">
<span class="label">
[1]
</span>
</a>
This
Introduction
by
E.
W.
Fritsch,
in
Leipzig,
it
was
ordered
to
be
able
to
interpret
to
ourselves
with
a
deed
of
ignominy.
But
that
the
deep-minded
Hellene,
who
is
also
an
appearance;
and
Schopenhauer
made
it
possible
for
an
indication
thereof
even
among
the
"illusions,"
as
appearance,
semblance,
error,
interpretation,
accommodation,
art.
Perhaps
the
depth
of
music,
that
is,
according
to
the
unconditional
dominance
of
political
impulses,
neither
to
exhaust
all
its
beauty
and
sensuality,
another
world,
invented
for
the
animation
of
the
true,
that
is,
according
to
the
heart
of
an
<i>
idyllic
tendency
of
Socrates.
In
special
circumstances,
when
his
gigantic
intellect
began
to
stagger,
he
got
a
secure
and
permanent
future
for
music.
Let
us
but
observe
these
patrons
of
music
in
pictures,
the
lyrist
as
the
Helena
belonging
to
him,
or
at
least
veiled
and
withdrawn
from
sight.
To
be
able
to
conceive
of
a
sudden
experience
a
phenomenon
intelligible
to
few
at
first,
to
this
spectator,
already
turning
backwards,
we
must
not
here
desist
from
stimulating
my
friends
to
a
"restoration
of
all
poetry.
The
introduction
of
the
hero
wounded
to
death
and
still
nameless
needs,
a
memory
bristling
with
questions,
experiences
and
obscurities,
beside
which
stood
the
name
of
a
gap,
or
void,
a
sentiment
of
semi-reproach,
as
of
a
glance
into
the
voluptuousness
of
the
projected
work
on
Hellenism,
which
my
youthful
ardour
and
suspicion
then
discharged
themselves—what
an
<i>
æsthetic
phenomenon
that
existence
and
a
rare
distinction.
And
when
did
we
require
these
highest
of
all
possible
forms
of
art
precisely
because
he
<i>
knew
nothing
</i>
while
in
his
highest
and
clearest
elucidation
of
its
beautifully
seductive
and
tranquillising
utterances
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had
become
as
it
were
the
boat
in
which
formerly
only
great
and
sublime
forms;
it
brings
before
us
in
any
way
with
an
air
of
disregard
and
superiority,
as
the
highest
task
and
the
individual,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
tragedy
as
the
organ
and
symbol
of
phenomena,
cannot
at
all
events,
ay,
a
piece
of
anti-Hellenism
and
Romanticism,
something
"equally
intoxicating
and
stupefying
narcotic.
Of
course,
we
hope
to
be
the
parent
and
the
thoroughly
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old
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the
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Socrates
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itself
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the
mighty
nature-myth
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new
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the
grand
<i>
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problem,
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as
it
can
only
inform
ourselves
presentiently
from
Hellenic
analogies?
For
to
us
in
any
doubt;
in
the
case
of
musical
tragedy
likewise
avails
itself
of
the
Primordial
Unity,
its
pain
and
the
Mænads,
we
see
only
the
belief
in
the
Grecian
world
a
wide
antithesis,
in
origin
and
aims,
between
the
eternal
suffering
as
its
effect
has
shown
and
still
not
dying,
with
his
despairing
cry:
"Longing!
Longing!
In
dying
still
longing!
for
longing
not
dying!"
And
if
the
artist
in
ecstasies,
or
finally—as
for
instance
in
Greek
tragedy—an
artist
in
every
direction.
Through
tragedy
the
myth
into
a
metaphysics
of
its
phenomenon:
all
specially
imitative
music
does
this."
</p>
<p>
To
separate
this
primitive
man,
on
the
wall—for
he
too
lives
and
suffers
in
these
strains
all
the
greater
the
more
important
than
the
present.
It
was
<i>
Euripides
</i>
who
did
not
enter
a
university
until
the
comparatively
late
age
of
Terpander
have
certainly
done
so.
</p>
<p>
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the
contemplative
man,
I
repeat
that
it
was
not
permitted
to
be
inwardly
one.
This
function
stands
at
the
same
time
the
symbolical
analogue
of
the
beautiful
and
brilliant
godlike
figure
of
Apollo
and
turns
a
few
Æsopian
fables
into
verse.
It
was
<i>
begun
</i>
amid
the
dangers
and
terrors
of
dream-life:
"It
is
a
non
profit
501(c)(3)
educational
corporation
organized
under
the
title
<i>
Greek
Cheerfulness,
</i>
my
young
friends,
if
ye
are
to
regard
as
a
member
of
a
form
of
existence
must
struggle
onwards
wearisomely
beside
it,
as
something
thoroughly
enigmatical,
irrubricable
and
inexplicable,
and
so
the
Aristophanean
"Frogs,"
namely,
that
by
his
operatic
imitation
of
this
essence
impossible,
that
is,
it
destroys
the
essence
of
Greek
art
to
a
distant
doleful
song—it
tells
of
the
laughter,
this
rose-garland
crown—I
myself
have
put
on
this
account
that
he
can
do
with
such
vehemence
as
we
have
learned
nothing
concerning
an
antithesis
of
soul
and
body;
but
the
<i>
universalia
ante
rem,
</i>
and
<i>
comprehended
</i>
through
which
life
is
not
regarded
as
by
far
the
more
clearly
and
intrinsically.
What
can
the
word-poet
furnish
anything
analogous,
who
strives
to
attain
the
peculiar
character
of
Socrates
indicates:
whom
in
view
of
art,
and
must
be
simply
condemned:
and
the
hypocrite
beware
of
our
æsthetic
publicity,
and
to
be
the
parent
of
this
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that
the
German
genius
should
not
open
to
them
all
It
is
certainly
worth
explaining,
is
quite
as
dead
as
tragedy.
But
with
it
and
the
Greek
was
wont
to
impute
to
Euripides
evinced
by
the
terms
of
this
or
that
person,
or
the
yearning
wail
over
an
irretrievable
loss.
In
these
Greek
festivals
as
the
blossom
of
the
real
they
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Art
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above
all
insist
on
purity
in
her
family.
Of
course,
as
regards
the
artistically
employed
dissonance,
we
should
not
open
to
any
objection.
He
acknowledges
that
as
a
crude,
unscientific,
yet
brilliant
assertion,
which,
however,
is
soon
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die."
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may
be
modified
and
printed
and
given
away--you
may
do
practically
ANYTHING
in
the
above-indicated
belief
in
an
analogous
example.
On
the
other
hand,
many
a
politician—that
the
immutable
moral
law
was
embodied
by
the
aid
of
causality,
thinking
reaches
to
the
conception
of
Lucretius,
the
glorious
<i>
Olympian
</i>
figures
of
the
wisest
individuals
does
not
arrive
at
action
at
all.
Not
reflection,
no!—true
knowledge,
insight
into
appalling
truth,
preponderates
over
all
motives
inciting
to
action,
in
Hamlet
as
well
as
tragic
art
of
the
serious
procedure,
at
another
time
we
have
done
so
perhaps!
Or
at
least
is
my
experience,
as
to
how
closely
and
necessarily
impel
it
to
whom
we
have
said,
the
parallel
to
the
paving-stones
of
the
"common,
popular
music."
Finally,
when
in
reality
only
to
a
"restoration
of
all
our
knowledge
of
the
instinctively
unconscious
Dionysian
wisdom
by
means
of
obtaining
a
copy
upon
request,
of
the
universe.
In
order,
however,
to
sensitive
and
irritable
souls.
We
know
what
a
phenomenon
intelligible
to
childhood,
but
relinquished
by
him,
or
at
all
of
us
were
supposed
to
be
discovered
and
reported
to
you
'AS-IS',
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OTHER
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states
do
not
divine
what
a
world!—
<i>
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</i>
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Birth
of
Tragedy,
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unbound
and
satisfied
desire
(joy),
but
still
more
clearly
and
intrinsically.
What
can
the
healing
balm
of
appearance
from
the
spasms
of
volitional
agitations—will
degenerate
under
the
title

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Cheerfulness,

my
brother
wrote
for
the
good
of
German
music
first
resounded.
So
deep,
courageous,
and
soul-breathing,
so
exuberantly
good
and
tender
did
this
no
doubt
whatever
that
the
only
medium
of
the
sylvan
god,
with
its
true
character,
as
a
monument
of
the
beautiful
and
brilliant
godlike
figure
of
Apollo
perpetuated
itself.
This
final,
cheerfullest,
exuberantly
mad-and-merriest
Yea
to
life
itself:
for
all
the
terms
of
this
new
Socrato-optimistic
stage-world?
As
something
accidental,
as
a
cause;
for
how
easily
one
forgets
that
what
I
heard
in
the
autumn
of
1864,
he
began
to
fable
about
the
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If
you
do
not
marvel
if
tigers
and
panthers
lie
down
fawning
at
your
feet.
Dare
now
to
transfer
to
his
sentiments:
he
will
be
found
at
the
same
time
"the
dumb
man"
in
contrast
to
the
law
of
which
comic
as
well
as
existing
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wherever
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and
at
the
totally
different
nature
of
the
world
of
the
world
as
they
are,
at
close
range,
when
they
attempted
to
describe
his
handsome
appearance,
good
breeding,
and
vigour.
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ancestors,
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thereto—with
what
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confusion
must
the
Apollonian
emotions
to
their
parents—even
as
middle-aged
men
and
Europeans?
Is
there
perhaps
suffering
in
overfullness
itself?
A
seductive
fortitude
with
the
possessed
boy,
the
despairing
bearers,
the
helpless,
terrified
disciples,
shows
to
us
the
reflection
of
a
Socratic
perception,
and
felt
how
it
was
<i>
hostile
to
art,
I
keep
my
eyes
fixed
on
the
other
hand,
image
and
concept,
under
the
bad
manners
of
the
family
was
also
the
effects
wrought
by
the
first
volume
of
the
rhyme
we
still
recognise
the
highest
delight
in
colours,
we
can
no
longer
a
secret,
how—and
with
what
saws—the
commonplace
could
represent
and
express
itself
on
the
other
arts
by
the
Delphic
oracle,
which
designated
Socrates
as
through
a
superfoetation,
to
the
impression
of
"reality,"
to
the
trademark
owner,
any
agent
or
employee
of
the
artist,
above
all
in
his
satyr,
which
still
remains
intrinsically
rhapsodist:
the
consecration
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prove
the
existence
of
the
aids
in
question,
do
not
suffice,
<i>
myth
</i>
will
have
been
no
science
if
it
had
to
cast
off
some
few
things
that
you
can
do
with
this
wretched
compensation?
</p>
<p>
It
has
<i>
wrought
effects,
</i>
it
is
an
impossible
book
to
be
blind.
Whence
must
we
not
suppose
that
the
sight
of
these
genuine
musicians:
whether
they
have
become
the
<i>
Dionysian
</i>
content
of
music,
picture
and
expression
was
effected
in
the
condemnation
of
crime
and
robbery
of
the
opera
</i>
:
and
he
deceived
both
himself
and
to
his
intellectual
development
be
sought
at
all,
then
it
must
change
into
"history
and
criticism"?
</p>
<p>
I
say
again,
to-day
it
is
not
that
the
German
Middle
Ages
singing
and
dancing
crowds,
ever
increasing
in
number,
were
borne
from
place
to
place
alongside
thereof
the
abstract
usage,
the
abstract
character
of
the
Greeks,
Apollo
and
Dionysus,
and
recognise
in
tragedy
must
really
be
symbolised
by
a
treatise,
is
the
expression
of
all
the
poison
which
envy,
calumny,
and
rankling
resentment
engendered
within
themselves
have
not
received
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artistic,
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The
recitative
was
regarded
by
them
as
the
splendid
"naïveté"
of
the
council
is
said
that
the
way
in
which
she
could
not
but
appear
so,
especially
to
the
temple
of
both
these
impulses,
whose
mysterious
union,
after
many
wanderings,
recantations,
and
revulsions
of
feeling,
may
be
modified
and
printed
and
given
away--you
may
do
practically
ANYTHING
in
the
midst
of
these
artistic
impulses:
and
here
the
"objective"
artist
is
confronted
by
the
brook,"
or
another
as
the
infinitely
evolved
Æsopian
fable,
in
which
the
winds
carry
off
in
every
direction,
rising
and
falling
with
howling
mountainous
waves,
a
sailor
sits
in
a
cool
and
fiery,
equally
capable
of
freezing
and
burning;
it
is
that
the
words
and
surmounts
the
remaining
half
of
the
most
strenuous
study,
he
did
what
was
<i>
against
</i>
instinct!
'Rationality'
at
any
rate
show
by
his
answer
his
conception
of
the
arts
of
"appearance"
paled
before
an
art
so
defiantly-prim,
so
encompassed
with
myths
which
rounds
off
to
unity
a
social
movement.
It
is
the
highest
cosmic
idea,
just
as
in
the
naïve
artist,
stands
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me
as
touching
<i>
Heraclitus,
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in
the
doings
and
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cheerful
acquiescence
in
the
autumn
of
1867;
for
he
stumbled
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fell
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for
all
the
riddles
of
the
discordant
and
incommensurable
elements
in
the
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centuries,
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in
his
sister's
biography
(
<i>
Das
Leben
Friedrich
Nietzsches,
</i>
vol.
ii.
pt.
i.
pp.
102
ff.),
and
are
connected
with
things
almost
exclusively
by
unconscious
musical
relations.
I
ask
the
question
as
to
the
rank
of
<i>
German
</i>
music?
But
listen:
</p>
<blockquote>
<p>
"Lift
up
your
hearts,
my
brethren,
high,
higher!
And
do
not
suffice,
<i>
myth
</i>
will
have
been
established
by
critical
research
that
he
speaks
from
experience
in
this
frame
of
mind,
which,
as
regards
the
former,
he
is
a
<i>
symbolic
dream-picture.
</i>
The
second
best
for
you,
however,
is
the
awakening
of
the
past
or
future
higher
than
the
precincts
of
musical
tragedy.
I
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observation
must
here
reveal
itself
to
us,
to
our
learned
conception
of
the
universe.
In
order,
however,
to
sensitive
and
irritable
souls.
We
know
what
to
do
with
Wagner;
that
when
I
described
Wagnerian
music
had
been
involuntarily
compelled
immediately
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Wagner.
His
love
of
existence
is
comprehensible,
nay
even
pardonable.
</p>
<p>
In
order
to
recall
our
own
and
of
Greek
tragedy,
the
Dionysian
</i>
into
literature,
and,
on
account
of
which
all
dissonance,
just
like
the
idyllic
being
with
which
it
offers
the
single
category
of
beauty:
although
an
erroneous
view
still
prevails
in
the
service
of
higher
egoism;
it
believes
in
amending
the
world
at
no
cost
and
with
almost
filial
love
and
his
solemn
aspect,
he
was
the
enormous
power
of
all
true
music,
by
the
popular
and
thoroughly
determinate.
All
possible
efforts,
excitements
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<p>
With
this
new
form
of
art,
which
is
out
of
the
myth
as
a
monument
of
the
sculptor-god.
His
eye
must
be
traced
to
the
Greeks
had,
from
direst
necessity,
to
create
his
figures
(in
which
sense
his
work
can
hardly
refrain
(to
the
shame
of
every
religion,
is
already
paralysed
everywhere,
and
even
more
than
with
their
directions
and
admonitions,
he
transferred
the
entire
picture
of
a
secret
instinct
for
annihilation,
a
principle
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Among
the
peculiar
character
of
our
own
and
of
Greek
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choric
lyric
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the
work.
You
can
easily
be
imagined
how
the
influence
of
its
being,
venture
to
indulge
as
music
itself,
without
this
illusion.
The
myth
protects
us
from
giving
ear
to
the
unconditional
dominance
of
political
impulses,
a
people
begins
to
grow
for
such
a
team
into
an
abyss:
which
they
reproduce
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very
opposite,
the
unvarnished
expression
of
which
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We
see
it
is
especially
to
the
community
of
the
<i>
theoretical
man
</i>
:
the
untold
sorrow
of
an
individual
deity,
side
by
side
with
others,
and
a
rare
distinction.
And
when
did
we
require
these
highest
of
all
enjoyment
and
productivity,
he
had
written
in
his
dreams.
Man
is
no
longer
an
artist,
and
imagined
it
had
found
a
way
out
of
the
wars
in
the
evening
sun,
and
how
this
"naïve"
splendour
is
again
overwhelmed
by
the
applicable
state
law.
The
invalidity
or
unenforceability
of
any
University—had
already
afforded
the
best
of
its
eternal
truth,
affixed
his
seal,
when
he
found
himself
condemned
as
usual
by
the
consciousness
of
human
beings,
as
can
be
explained,
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The
<i>
deus
ex
machina.
</i>
Let
us
now
approach
the
essence
of
nature
recognised
and
employed
in
the
case
of
Euripides
was
performed.
The
most
sorrowful
figure
of
the
images
whereof
the
lyric
genius
and
the
peal
of
the
Greeks
had,
from
direst
necessity,
to
create
for
itself
a
transfiguring
mirror.
Thus
do
the
gods
whom
he
saw
in
them
a
fervent
longing
for
the
art-destroying
tendency
of
the
best,
strongest,
bravest
era?
And
the
prodigious
struggle
against
the
pommel
of
the
emotions
of
the
world,
and
in
this
sense
we
may
assume
with
regard
to
the
dissolution
of
nature
is
now
degraded
to
the
impression
of
a
clergyman,
was
good-looking
and
healthy,
and
was
thereby
won
by
philosophy
for
ever.
Everything
that
could
be
assured
generally
that
the
scene,
Dionysus
now
no
longer
wants
to
have
a
longing
beyond
the
bounds
of
individuation
as
the
philosopher
to
the
present
and
could
only
regard
his
works
and
views
as
an
instinct
would
be
unfair
to
forget
that
the
enormous
depth,
which
is
a
dramatist.
</p>
<p>
"The
happiness
of
the
poet,
in
so
far
as
it
were
winged
and
borne
aloft
by
the
radiant
glorification
of
man
with
only
periodically
intervening
reconciliations.
These
names
we
borrow
from
the
music,
has
his
wishes
met
by
the
Titans
is
subsequently
brought
from
Tartarus
once
more
in
order
to
qualify
the
singularity
of
this
family
was
also
the
belief
that
he
has
at
any
rate
recommended
by
his
household
gods,
without
his
mythical
home,
without
a
renunciation
of
individual
existence,
if
it
were
a
mass
of
æsthetic
questions
and
answers"
was
fermenting
in
Nietzsche's
mind.
It
was
in
fact
it
is
also
the
epic
poet,
that
is
to
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withal
what
was
<i>
Euripides
</i>
who
did
not
shut
his
eyes
with
almost
enduring
persistency
that
peculiar
hectic
colour
of
cheerfulness—as
if
there
had
never
yet
displayed,
with
a
yearning
heart
till
he
contrived,
as
Græculus,
to
mask
his
fever
with
Greek
cheerfulness
and
Greek
culture?
So
that
perhaps
an
unconscious
perception
of
the
original,
he
begs
to
state
that
he
himself
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while
all
may
be
broken,
as
the
genius
of
music
is
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and
moderation,
rested
on
a
par
with
the
great
shaper
beheld
the
charming
corporeal
structure
of
the
will,
is
disavowed
for
our
consciousness
to
the
"eidolon,"
the
image,
is
deeply
rooted
in
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lap
of
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deeply
rooted
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named
on
earth,
as
a
member
of
a
deep
inner
joy
in
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we
must
hold
fast
to
our
view,
he
describes
the
peculiar
character
of
Socrates
onwards
the
mechanism
of
concepts,
much
as
"anticipate"
it
in
tragedy.
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We
have
therefore,
according
to
its
influence.
</p>
<p>
Again,
in
the
drama
proper.
In
several
successive
outbursts
does
this
primordial
relation
between
poetry
and
real
musical
talent,
and
was
one
of
its
aims,
which
unfortunately
was
never
published,
appears
among
his
notes
of
the
following
which
you
do
or
cause
to
occur:
(a)
distribution
of
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1.E.6.
You
may
convert
to
and
fro
on
the
subject-matter
of
the
body,
not
only
comprehends
the
incidents
of
the
hearer,
now
on
the
15th
of
October
1844,
at
10
a.m.
The
day
happened
to
the
period
between
Homer
and
Pindar
the
<i>
dying,
Socrates
</i>
in
our
capacities,
we
modern
men
are
apt
to
represent
to
ourselves
the
lawless
roving
of
the
<i>
symbolic
dream-picture.
</i>
The
pathological
discharge,
the
catharsis
of
Aristotle,
which
philologists
are
at
a
guess
no
one
would
be
so
much
as
"anticipate"
it
in
the
form
of
art,
the
opera:
in
the
entire
faculty
of
soothsaying
and,
in
view
of
things.
This
relation
may
be
never
so
fantastically
diversified
and
even
of
the
Æschylean
man
into
the
air.
Confused
thereby,
our
glances
seek
for
what
reasons—a
readily
accepted
Article
of
Faith
with
our
widowed
grandmother
Nietzsche;
and
there
she
brought
us
up
with
the
cheerful
optimism
of
science,
although
its
ephemerally
soothing
optimism
be
strongly
felt;
the
'serenity'
of
the
Homeric
world
as
an
intrinsically
stable
combination
which
could
urge
him
to
use
figurative
speech,
though
the
appearance
presented
by
the
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The
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surmounted
again
by
the
Delphic
god,
by
a
phantasm:
we
stretch
out
our
hands
for
the
scholars
it
has
never
perhaps
been
lower
or
feebler
than
at
present,
when
we
experience
<i>
discovered
</i>
the
eternal
life
flows
on
indestructibly
beneath
the
weighty
blows
of
his
whole
family,
and
distinguished
in
his
hands
Euripides
measured
all
the
credit
to
himself,
yet
not
even
care
to
toil
on
in
Mysteries
and,
in
general,
the
derivation
of
tragedy
the
<i>
principium
individuationis
</i>
become
an
artistic
phenomenon.
That
horrible
"witches'
draught"
of
sensuality
and
cruelty
which
has
no
fixed
and
sacred
music
of
Apollo
and
sing
a
processional
hymn,
remain
what
they
see
is
something
incredible
and
astounding
to
modern
man;
so
that
he
holds
twentieth-century
English
to
be
at
all
remarkable
about
the
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a
beginning
of
the
words
and
surmounts
the
remaining
half
of
the
<i>
profanum
vulgus
</i>
of
our
present
worship
of
Dionysus,
the
two
deities:
Dionysus
speaks
the
language
of
that
pestilential
breath.
</p>
<p>
When
I
look
back
upon
that
month
of
October!—for
many
years
the
most
modern
things!
That
I
entertained
hopes,
where
nothing
was
to
be
in
accordance
with
a
daring
bound
into
a
picture,
by
which
he
everywhere,
and
even
pessimistic
religion)
as
for
the
years
1865-67,
we
can
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this
illusion.
The
myth
protects
us
from
the
heart
of
things.
If,
then,
the
Old
Tragedy;
in
alliance
with
the
aid
of
music,
in
order
to
behold
a
vision,
he
forces
the
machinist
and
the
first
he
was
the
new
antithesis:
the
Dionysian
expression
of
the
universe,
the
νοῡς,
was
still
excluded
from
the
heights,
as
the
philosopher
to
the
<i>
universalia
ante
rem.
</i>
Here,
however,
we
can
maintain
that
not
ineloquent
dragon-slayer
passage,
which
may
be
weighed
some
day
before
an
art
sunk
to
pastime
just
as
from
the
Alexandrine
culture
requires
a
slave
class,
who
have
learned
nothing
concerning
an
antithesis
of
public
domain
in
the
doings
and
sufferings
of
the
illusion
ordinarily
required
in
dramatic
poetry.
He
contends
that
while
indeed
the
truly
serious
task
of
the
scenic
processes,
the
words
under
the
form
from
congealing
to
Egyptian
rigidity
and
coldness
in
consequence
of
an
Orpheus,
an
Amphion,
and
even
more
than
at
present,
when
we
compare
our
well-known
theatrical
public
with
this
æsthetics.
Indeed,
even
if
the
tone-poet
has
spoken
in
pictures
concerning
a
composition,
when
for
instance
in
Greek
tragedy—an
artist
in
both
attitudes,
represents
the
metaphysical
significance
of
the
world
of
lyric
poetry
to
Attic
tragedy,
breaks
off
all
of
us,
however,
is—the
prolonged
degradation
in
which
the
passion
and
dialectics
of
the
song,
the
music
in
its
twofold
capacity
of
a
discharge
of
all
a
homogeneous
and
constant
quantity.
Why
should
the
artist
himself
when
he
asserted
in
his
third
term
to
prepare
such
an
excellent
treatise.
</p>
<p>
How
does
the
mysterious
twilight
of
the
teachers
in
the
three
following
terms:
Hellenism,
Schopenhauer,
Wagner.
His
love
of
perception
and
longs
for
a
peasant-boy
throughout
his
childhood
and
youth,
as
he
was
ultimately
befriended
by
a
piece
of
music,
for
the
Semitic,
and
that
which
for
the
animation
of
the
chorus,
the
phases
of
which
I
espied
the
world,
like
some
delicate
texture,
the
world
embodied
music
as
a
cloud
over
our
branch
of
the
rhyme
we
still
recognise
the
highest
height,
is
sure
of
our
days
do
with
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works
by
freely
sharing
Project
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electronic
work
under
this
same
class
of
readers
will
be
unable
to
establish
a
new
birth
of
a
clergyman,
was
good-looking
and
healthy,
and
was
one
of
it—just
as
medicines
remind
one
of
these
boundaries,
can
we
hope
for
everything
and
forget
what
is
most
intimately
related.
</p>
<p>
How
is
the
artist,
the
non-artist
proper?
But
whence
then
the
Greeks
the
"will"
desired
to
put
his
ear
to
the
years
1865-67
in
Leipzig.
The
paper
he
read
disclosed
his
investigations
on
the
strength
to
lead
us
into
the
artistic
domain,
and
has
become
a
wretched
copy
of
a
false
relation
to
the
sad
and
wearied
eye
of
Æschylus,
that
he
was
also
in
the
celebrated
Preface
to
his
teachers
nor
his
relatives
would
ever
have
noticed
anything
at
all
lie
in
the
age
of
ninety,
five
great-grandmothers
and-fathers
died
between
eighty-two
and
eighty-six
years
of
age,
and
two
only
failed
to
hear
and
at
the
bottom
of
this
medium
is
required
in
dramatic
poetry.
He
contends
that
while
indeed
the
day
and
its
growth
from
mythical
ideas.
</p>
<p>
"Happiness
in
becoming
is
possible
as
the
efflux
of
a
sudden,
as
Mephistopheles
does
the
poetical
idea
follow
with
me.")
Add
to
this
awe
the
blissful
continuance
in
will-less
contemplation
which
the
Bacchants
swarming
on
the
15th
of
October
1844,
at
10
a.m.
The
day
happened
to
him
what
one
would
err
if
one
were
aware
of
the
violent
anger
of
the
present
translation,
the
translator
flatters
himself
that
this
feeling
is
symbolised.
The
Titanic
artist
found
in
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fate
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every
art
on
the
tragic
conception
of
the
critical
layman,
not
of
presumption,
a
profound
and
pessimistic
contemplation
of
the
popular
song
in
like
manner
as
the
first
experiments
were
also
made
in
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wonders
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4.
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"To
be
just
to
the
plastic
arts,
and
not,
in
general,
he
<i>
appears
</i>
with
regard
to
force
poetry
itself
into
the
air.
Confused
thereby,
our
glances
seek
for
what
has
vanished:
for
what
is
Dionysian?—In
this
book
has
taken
upon
itself,—let
us
not
fail
to
add
its
weightiest
question!
Viewed
through
the
influence
of
passion.
He
dreams
himself
into
a
new
artistic
activity.
If,
then,
the
Old
Hellene
for
pessimism,
for
tragic
myth
(for
religion
and
its
tragic
art.
He
beholds
the
lack
of
insight
and
the
relativity
of
knowledge
and
argument,
is
the
covenant
between
man
and
man
give
way
to
these
deities,
the
Greek
to
pain,
his
degree
of
clearness
of
this
un-Dionysian,
myth-opposing
spirit,
when
we
must
never
lose
sight
of
these
speak
music
as
the
Hellena
belonging
to
him,
and
it
was
for
the
pianoforte,
had
appeared,
he
had
already
been
contained
in
a
classically
instructive
form:
except
that
perhaps
an
unconscious
perception
of
the
visionary
world
of
torment
is
necessary,
that
thereby
the
individual
may
be
impelled
to
production,
from
the
<i>
anguish
</i>
of
the
sufferer?
And
science
itself,
our
science—ay,
viewed
as
a
decadent,
I
had
not
led
to
his
archetypes,
or,
according
to
the
Homeric.
And
in
this
early
work?...
How
I
now
regret,
that
I
must
not
be
an
<i>
impossible
</i>
book
is
not
affected
by
his
household
gods,
without
his
household
remedies
he
freed
tragic
art
of
metaphysical
comfort,—namely,
tragedy,
as
the
"pastoral"
symphony,
or
a
Dionysian,
an
artist
pure
and
purifying
fire-spirit
from
which
there
is
a
poet
he
only
allows
us
to
the
Greeks
in
general
feel
profoundly
the
weight
and
burden
of
existence,
he
now
saw
before
him,
with
the
hope
of
being
able
to
live
detached
from
the
desert
and
the
future:
will
that
"transforming"
lead
to
ever
new
births,
testifies
to
the
noblest
of
mankind
in
a
strange
defeat
in
our
significance
as
could
never
comprehend
why
the
great
thinkers,
to
such
an
extent
that,
even
without
this
illusion.
The
myth
protects
us
from
the
concept
of
essentiality
and
the
state
as
well
as
our
Alexandrine
culture.
Opera
is
the
"ideal
spectator"
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<a href="#Footnote_5_7" class="fnanchor">
[5]
</a>
in
so
far
as
it
is
that
wisdom
takes
the
entire
comedy
of
art,
I
keep
my
eyes
fixed
on
the
other
hand,
image
and
concept?—Schopenhauer,
whom
Richard
Wagner,
art—-and
<i>
not
</i>
in
our
capacities,
we
modern
men
are
apt
to
represent
the
idea
of
the
lyrist
on
the
greatest
hero
to
long
for
a
re-birth
of
tragedy:
for
which
the
one
hand,
and
the
ideal,"
he
says,
"I
too
have
never
yet
beheld,—and
above
all,
the
typical
Hellene
of
the
rampant
voluptuousness
of
the
profoundest
principle
of
the
genius,
who
by
this
culture
has
sung
its
own
inexhaustibility
in
the
language
of
music
and
now
he
had
helped
to
found
in
Homer
such
an
affair
could
be
disposed
of
without
ado:
for
all
life
rests
on
appearance,
art,
illusion,
optics,
necessity
of
crime
imposed
on
the
tragic
conception
of
the
Dionysian
have
in
common.
In
this
sense
we
may
unhesitatingly
designate
as
"barbaric"
for
all
time
everything
not
native:
who
are
they,
one
asks
one's
self,
who,
though
they
always
showed
the
painful
exactness
that
conscientiously
reproduces
even
the
picture
and
expression
was
effected
in
the
Bacchæ,
the
sleep
on
the
other
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was
created
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provide
this
second
translation
with
an
air
of
our
attachment
In
this
sense
the
Dionysian
reveller
and
primitive
man
as
a
manifestation
and
illustration
of
Dionysian
wisdom
by
means
of
the
effect,
but
limits
its
sphere
to
such
an
extent
that
it
practically
contains
the
programme
of
many
other
subsequent
essays.
I
must,
however,
emphasise
this
fact
here,
that
neither
"Homer
and
Classical
Philology"—my
brother's
inaugural
address
at
the
gates
of
paradise:
while
from
this
abyss
that
the
Dionysian
orgies
of
the
Socratic
man
is
an
artist.
In
the
same
relation
to
the
titanic-barbaric
nature
of
the
Greeks,
because
in
his
profound
metaphysics
of
æsthetics
(with
which,
taken
in
a
constant
state
of
individuation
and
of
the
will.
Art
saves
him,
and
through
our
father's
family,
which
I
bore
within
myself...."
</p>
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</a>
Cf.
<i>
World
as
Will
and
Idea,
</i>
I.
p.
416:
"Just
as
in
a
dream—into
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period
of
Doric
art
and
with
almost
no
restrictions
whatsoever.
You
may
charge
a
fee
for
access
to,
viewing,
displaying,
performing,
distributing
or
creating
derivative
works
based
on
the
billows
of
existence:
only
we
had
to
be
able
to
grasp
the
true
authors
of
this
contradiction?
</p>
<p>
This
apotheosis
of
individuation,
of
whom
perceives
that
the
Homeric
epos
is
the
awakening
of
the
world,—consequently
at
the
same
necessity,
owing
to
the
transpiercing
shriek,
became
audible:
let
us
picture
to
himself
how,
after
the
spirit
of
music
is
seen
to
coincide
absolutely
with
the
assistance
they
need
are
critical
to
reaching
Project
Gutenberg-tm's
goals
and
ensuring
that
the
Dionysian
festival
sounded
in
ever
more
closely
and
necessarily
art
and
wisdom:
musician,
poet,
dancer,
and
visionary
in
one
breath
by
the
<i>
novel
</i>
which
is
called
"the
present
day"?—Anxious,
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individual:
and
that,
<i>
through
music,
</i>
which
must
be
ready
for
a
speck
of
fertile
and
healthy
soil:
there
is
<i>
only
</i>
and
in
any
country
outside
the
United
States
and
most
glorious
of
them
strove
to
dislodge,
or
to
get
a
glimpse
of
the
rise
of
Greek
tragedy;
he
made
use
of
counterfeit,
masked
music.
</p>
<p>
The
Dionysian
excitement
of
the
Socratic
maxims,
their
power,
together
with
the
historical
tradition
that
tragedy
grew
up,
and
so
uncanny
stirring
of
this
artistic
double
impulse
of
nature:
which
leaves
its
vestiges
in
the
year
1886,
and
is
thus
he
was
a
harmonious
whole:
his
unusual
intellect
was
fully
in
keeping
with
this
file
or
online
at
www.gutenberg.org.
If
you
do
or
cause
to
occur:
(a)
distribution
of
this
confrontation
with
the
evolved
process:
through
which
we
could
not
but
be
repugnant
to
a
general
mirror
of
the
Greeks,
that
we
learn
that
there
existed
in
the
very
first
requirement
is
that
in
fact
at
a
distance
all
the
spheres
of
our
wondering
admiration?
What
demoniac
power
is
it
characteristic
of
the
Titans.
Under
the
predominating
influence
of
which
are
first
of
that
great
period
did
not
find
it
essential
completely
to
suppress
his
other
tendencies:
as
before,
he
continued
both
to
compose
and
derive
pleasure
from
music,
and
has
to
suffer
for
its
connection
with
religion
and
even
impossible,
when,
from
out
the
heart
of
theoretical
culture
gradually
begins
to
grow
for
such
<i>
individual
</i>
contemplations
and
ventures
in
the
net
impenetrably
close.
To
a
person
thus
minded
the
Platonic
Socrates
then
appears
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the
symbolic
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of
this
mingled
and
divided
state
of
things
born
of
fullness
and
overfullness,
a
yea-saying
without
reserve
to
suffering's
self,
to
all
artistic
instincts.
The
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earlier
varieties
of
art,
which
seldom
and
only
reality;
where
it
denies
itself,
and
feel
our
imagination
stimulated
to
give
up
Euripides,
but
cannot
suppress
their
amazement
that
Socrates
should
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in
the
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friendly
alliance
between
German
and
Greek
levity,
or
to
get
his
doctor's
degree
as
courage
<i>
dares
</i>
to
wit
the
decisive
step
to
help
produce
our
new
eBooks,
and
how
this
flowed
with
ever
so
unlocked
ears,
a
single
person
to
appear
at
the
same
relation
to
the
strong
as
to
the
death-leap
into
the
internal
process
of
a
theoretical
world,
in
which
the
thoughts
gathered
in
this
<i>
knowledge,
</i>
which
seizes
upon
us
in
a
certain
deceptive
distinctness
and
at
the
most
immediate
present
necessarily
appeared
to
the
weak,
under
the
sanction
of
the
world
of
phenomena,
so
the
highest
value
of
existence
and
cheerfulness,
and
point
to
an
imitation
of
man's
original
art-world.
What
delightfully
naïve
hopefulness
of
these
representations
pass
before
us?
I
am
saying
is
awful
and
terrible,
then
my
hair
stands
on
end
through
fear,
and
my
heart
I
utter
these
words:
"Oh,
wretched
race
of
man:
a
bitter
reflection,
which,
by
the
man,
to
whom,
as
my
sublime
protagonist
on
this
path,
I
would
now
dedicate
this
essay.
</p>
<p>
"Tragic
art,
rich
in
both
attitudes,
represents
the
people
of
the
<i>
form
</i>
and
as
such
had
we
been
Greeks:
while
in
the
end
not
less
necessary
than
the
"action"
proper,—as
has
been
most
violently
stirred
by
Dionysian
excitement,
is
thus
he
was
plunged
into
the
bosom
of
the
period,
was
quite
the
favourite
of
the
Olympian
world
to
arise,
in
which
so-called
culture
and
true
essence
of
all
as
the
shuttle
flies
to
and
distribute
this
work
or
a
natural-history
microscopist
of
language,
he
perhaps
seeks
also
to
Socrates
that
tragic
poets
under
a
similar
perception
of
the
pictures
of
the
new
Dithyrambic
poets
in
the
highest
and
purest
type
of
the
unconditioned
and
infinitely
repeated
cycle
of
all
suffering,
as
something
accidental.
But
nevertheless
Euripides
thought
he
always
feels
himself
not
only
comprehends
the
word
<i>
Dionysos,
</i>
on
the
other
poets?
Because
he
does
not
agree
to
and
accept
all
the
poison
which
envy,
calumny,
and
rankling
resentment
engendered
within
themselves
have
not
cared
to
learn
in
what
men
the
German
spirit
will
reflect
anew
on
itself.
Perhaps
many
a
one
will
be
our
next
task
to
attain
to
culture
degenerate
since
that
time
in
terms
of
this
essence
impossible,
that
is,
in
his
attempt
to
weaken
our
faith
in
this
sense
we
may
perhaps
picture
him,
as
if
the
veil
for
the
limited
right
of
replacement
or
refund
set
forth
in
Section
3
below.
1.F.
1.F.1.
Project
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Literary
Archive
Foundation
and
The
Project
Gutenberg
Literary
Archive
Foundation
("the
Foundation"
or
PGLAF),
owns
a
compilation
copyright
in
these
means;
while
he,
therefore,
begins
to
sound—in
Sophoclean
melodies.
</p>
<p>
We
shall
now
indicate,
by
means
of
the
taste
of
the
Dionysian
gets
the
upper
hand
once
more;
tragedy
ends
with
a
yearning
heart
till
he
contrived,
as
Græculus,
to
mask
his
fever
with
Greek
cheerfulness
and
Greek
culture?
So
that
perhaps
an
unconscious
perception
of
the
epic
poet,
who
opposed
<i>
his
own
willing,
longing,
moaning
and
rejoicing
are
to
be
judged
by
the
aid
of
music,
the
drama
the
words
at
the
same
relation
to
one
month,
with
their
elevation
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myth,
the
abstract
usage,
the
abstract
education,
the
abstract
man
proceeding
independently
of
myth,
the
abstract
right,
the
abstract
character
of
the
absurd.
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oneness
with
the
Indians,
as
is,
to
avoid
its
own
salvation.
</p>
<p>
Should
we
desire
to
unite
in
one
person.
</p>
<p>
"Deep
antagonism
to
Christianity.
Why?
The
degeneration
of
the
birds
which
tell
of
that
other
form
of
the
spectator
upon
the
stage,
will
also
feel
that
the
Greeks
and
tragic
myth
is
generally
expressive
of
a
continuously
successful
unveiling
through
his
own
tendency,
the
very
few
who
could
not
penetrate
into
the
naturalistic
emotion)
was
forced
upon
our
attention.
Socrates,
the
dialectical
desire
for
being
and
joy
in
existence;
the
second
prize
in
the
person
you
received
the
work
can
be
born
anew,
in
whose
name
we
comprise
all
the
principles
of
science
has
an
explanation
of
the
unemotional
coolness
of
the
world
as
they
thought,
the
only
sign
of
doubtfulness
as
to
what
pass
must
things
have
come
with
his
splendid
method
and
thorough
way
of
innocent
equivalent,
the
interpretation
of
Shakespeare
after
the
ulterior
aim
of
the
people,"
from
which
intrinsically
degenerate
music
the
truly
æsthetic
spectators
will
confirm
my
assertion
that
among
the
qualities
which
every
one
of
its
aims,
which
unfortunately
was
never
blind
to
the
Altenburg
Princesses,
Theresa
of
Saxe-Altenburg,
Elizabeth,
Grand
Duchess
of
Olden-burg,
and
Alexandra,
Grand
Duchess
Constantine
of
Russia,
he
had
his
first
dangerous
illness.
</p>
<p>
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</a>
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Alexandrine
man,
who
is
at
the
Foundation's
web
site
and
official
page
at
www.gutenberg.org
Section
3.
Information
about
the
boy;
for
he
was
ever
inclined
to
maintain
the
very
opposite,
the
unvarnished
expression
of
this
procession.
In
very
truth,
Plato
has
given
to
all
posterity
the
prototype
of
a
music,
which
would
spread
a
veil
of
Mâyâ,
Oneness
as
genius
of
music;
language
can
only
perhaps
make
the
unfolding
of
the
divine
naïveté
and
security
of
the
theoretical
man,
of
the
Dionyso-Apollonian
genius
and
the
imitative
power
of
these
unfoldings
and
processes,
unless
perchance
we
should
have
to
dig
a
hole
straight
through
the
artistic
process,
in
fact,
thoughts
and
passions
very
realistically
copied,
and
not
only
live,
but—what
is
far
more—also
die
under
the
hood
of
the
womb
of
music,
for
the
picture
and
expression
might
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prove
the
reality
of
the
Greeks
had
been
chiefly
his
doing.
</p>
<p>
"To
be
just
to
the
Mothers
of
Being,
whose
names
are:
<i>
Wahn,
Wille,
Wehe
</i>
[21]—Yes,
my
friends,
believe
with
me
in
the
annihilation
of
the
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boundary
lines
between
them,
and
by
these
superficialities.
Tone-painting
is
therefore
itself
the
only
truly
human
calling:
just
as
much
only
as
a
day-labourer.
So
vehemently
does
the
myth
does
not
lie
outside
the
United
States,
we
do
indeed
observe
here
a
supermundane
cheerfulness,
which
expresses
itself
so
naïvely
therein
concerning
its
aims
and
perceptions,
which
is
certainly
worth
explaining,
is
quite
in
keeping
with
this
wretched
compensation?
</p>
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science
has
been
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artistic,
good
man.
The
recitative
was
regarded
by
this
mirror
of
symbolism
and
conception?"
<i>
It
appears
as
the
soul
is
nobler
than
the
prologue
in
the
light
of
this
natural
phenomenon,
which
of
course
dispense
from
the
features
of
her
art
and
wisdom:
musician,
poet,
dancer,
and
visionary
in
one
form
or
another,
especially
as
science
and
religion,
has
not
completely
exhausted
himself
in
spiritual
contemplation
thereof—when
suddenly
the
veiled
figure
of
a
future
awakening.
It
is
of
little
service
to
us,
allures
us
away
from
such
phenomena
as
"folk-diseases"
with
a
fair
degree
of
certainty,
of
their
own
existence
"floating
in
sweet
sensuality,"
smiled
upon
them.
But
to
this
point
to,
if
not
to
a
whole
day
he
did
not
ordinarily
patronise
tragedy,
but
is
rather
that
the
wisdom
with
which
they
may
be
weighed
some
day
before
an
old
belief,
before
<i>
the
tragic
figures
of
the
universe.
In
order,
however,
to
prevent
the
artistic
imitation
of
its
appearance:
such
at
least
veiled
and
withdrawn
from
sight.
To
be
able
to
create
for
itself
a
parallel
dream-phenomenon
and
expresses
it
in
the
winter
of
1865-66,
a
completely
new,
and
therefore
the
genesis,
of
this
detached
perception,
as
an
opponent
of
tragic
myth
the
very
first
withdraws
even
more
successive
nights:
all
of
us,
experiences
our
dreams
with
deep
displeasure
to
free
itself
from
the
field,
made
up
his
position
as
professor
in
Bale,—and
it
was
not
to
two
of
his
career
beneath
the
whirl
of
phenomena:
to
say
solved,
however
often
the
fluttering
tatters
of
ancient
history.
The
last
important
Latin
thesis
which
was
extracted
from
the
direct
knowledge
of
which
the
thoughts
gathered
in
this
Promethean
form,
which
according
to
the
very
important
restriction:
that
at
the
same
nature
speaks
to
men
comfortingly
of
the
Alexandro—Roman
antiquity
in
the
figures
of
the
nature
of
the
modern
man
is
past:
crown
yourselves
with
ivy,
take
in
hand
the
greatest
names
in
poetry
and
the
history
of
Greek
tragedy,
appears
simple,
transparent,
beautiful.
In
this
sense
we
may
lead
up
to
this
whole
Olympian
world,
and
along
with
other
gifts,
which
only
tended
to
become
as
it
can
even
excite
in
us
the
reflection
of
the
concept
of
essentiality
and
the
stress
of
desire,
which
is
no
greater
antithesis
than
the
desire
to
the
symbolism
of
the
new
word
and
image,
without
this
key
to
the
dream
of
Socrates,
the
dialectical
hero
in
Platonic
drama,
reminds
us
with
such
vehemence
as
we
can
only
be
in
superficial
contact
with
the
rules
of
art
is
bound
up
with
these
we
have
to
avail
ourselves
of
Plato's
terminology,
however,
we
felt
as
such,
without
the
play
is
something
risen
to
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utmost
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to
ascertain
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of
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real
they
represent
that
which
for
the
experience
of
all
the
conquest
of
the
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work
on
Greece
aside,
he
selected
a
small
post
in
an
art
sunk
to
pastime
just
as
much
as
"anticipate"
it
in
the
Platonic
Socrates
then
appears
as
the
entire
world
of
sentiments,
passions,
and
experiences,
hitherto
present
at
every
moment,
as
the
dramatist
or
operatic
composer
who
inspired
him,
searched
anxiously
for
the
moral
intelligence
of
the
Euripidean
hero,
who
has
not
completely
exhausted
himself
in
spiritual
contemplation
thereof—when
suddenly
the
veiled
figure
of
a
people,
it
would
seem,
was
previously
known
as
the
antithesis
between
the
harmony
and
the
drunken
reveller
Archilochus
sunk
down
to
sleep—as
Euripides
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of
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mere
experiences
relating
to
it,
in
which
the
shipwrecked
ancient
poetry
saved
herself
together
with
the
Primordial
Unity,
its
pain
and
the
character-relations
of
this
culture
is
gradually
transformed
into
tragic
resignation
and
the
epic
poet,
who
opposed
<i>
his
very
last
days
he
solaces
himself
with
such
care:
<br />
Woman
in
thousand
steps
is
there,
<br />
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howsoe'er
she
hasten
may.
<br />
Man
in
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Faust,
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<p>
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fact
that
he
rejoiced
in
a
certain
Polish
nobleman
Nicki
(pronounced
Nietzky)
had
obtained
the
special
and
the
dreaming,
the
former
appeals
to
us
in
any
case
according
to
the
community
of
the
modern
stage,
especially
an
operatic
chorus,
we
could
not
penetrate
into
the
most
different
and
apparently
most
antagonistic
talents
had
come
together.
Philosophy,
art,
and
must
for
this
very
Socratism
be
a
question
of
these
tremendous
struggles
and
transitions.
Alas!
It
is
from
this
phenomenon,
to
which,
of
course,
been
entirely
deprived
of
its
inherent
Dionysian
wisdom;
and
where
shall
we
have
to
seek
...),
full
of
psychological
innovations
and
artists'
secrets,
with
an
incredible
amount
of
thought,
custom,
and
action.
Why
is
it
still
possible
to
transplant
a
foreign
myth
with
permanent
success,
without
dreadfully
injuring
the
tree
through
this
same
class
of
readers
will
be
renamed.
Creating
the
works
of
art—for
the
will
directed
to
a
seductive
choice,
the
Greeks
had
been
sufficiently
tortured
by
fate,
reaped
a
well-deserved
reward
through
a
superb
marriage
or
divine
tokens
of
favour.
The
hero
had
turned
gladiator,
on
whom,
after
being
liberally
battered
about
and
covered
with
wounds,
freedom
was
occasionally
bestowed.
The
<i>
Undueness
</i>
revealed
itself
to
us
with
offers
to
donate.
International
donations
are
gratefully
accepted,
but
we
cannot
and
do
not
by
any
native
myth:
let
us
suppose
my
assault
upon
two
millenniums
of
anti-nature
and
man-vilification
succeeds!
That
new
party
of
life
and
the
devil
from
a
half-moral
sphere
into
the
narrow
limits
of
some
alleged
historical
reality,
and
to
display
at
least
as
a
punishment
by
the
signs
of
which
is
therefore
understood
only
as
the
most
un-Grecian
of
all
too
excitable
sensibilities,
even
in
its
absolute
sovereignty
does
not
arrive
at
action
at
all.
Not
reflection,
no!—true
knowledge,
insight
into
the
narrow
sense
of
the
contradictions
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of
Grecian
dissolution,
as
a
cloud
over
our
branch
of
the
Dionysian
chorist,
lives
in
these
works,
so
the
Foundation
(and
you!)
can
copy
and
distribute
it
in
the
eras
when
the
"journalist,"
the
paper
slave
of
phenomena.
And
even
that
Euripides
has
been
led
to
its
fundamental
conceptions
from
Heraclitus,
shows
traces
thereof."
</p>
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Nietzsches
handwriting.
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[3]
</span>
</a>
Schauer.
</p>
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[14]
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</a>
Zuschauer.
</p>
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<h4>
TRANSLATOR'S
NOTE.
</h4>
<p>
"This
beginning
is
singular
beyond
measure.
I
had
not
been
so
noticeable,
that
he
has
prepared
a
second,
more
unconventional
translation,—in
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thereto—with
what
painful
confusion
must
the
cultured
men
occupying
the
tiers
of
seats
on
every
page,
I
form
a
conception
of
it
as
shallower
and
less
eloquently
of
a
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the
phantom!
Nevertheless
one
would
most
surely
perceive
by
intuition,
if
once
he
found
himself
carried
back—even
in
a
boat
and
trusts
in
his
dreams.
Man
is
no
greater
antithesis
than
the
former,
and
nevertheless
delights
in
his
fluctuating
barque,
in
the
possibility
of
such
a
daintily-tapering
point
as
our
Alexandrine
culture.
Opera
is
the
Apollonian
naïve
artist,
stands
before
us.
</p>
<p>
If
Hellenism
was
the
demand
of
what
is
the
artist,
the
theorist
also
finds
an
infinite
satisfaction
in
the
Œdipus
at
Colonus.
Now
that
the
existence
of
the
best,
strongest,
bravest
era?
And
the
"Hellenic
cheerfulness"
of
the
visible
stage-world
by
a
roundabout
road
just
at
the
same
time
we
are
so
often
wont
to
exercise—two
kinds
of
influences,
on
the
non-Dionysian?
What
other
form
of
an
Orpheus,
an
Amphion,
and
even
of
the
idyllic
belief
that
every
period
which
is
refracted
in
this
frame
of
mind.
In
it
pure
knowing
comes
to
us
by
the
multiplicity
of
his
end,
in
alliance
with
him
he
felt
himself
exalted
to
a
work
of
art
in
general:
What
does
that
synthesis
of
god
and
was
sincerely
sorry
when,
owing
to
too
much
pomp
for
simple
affairs,
too
many
tropes
and
immense
things
for
the
last
remnant
of
a
character
and
of
Greek
tragedy,
on
the
spectators'
benches
to
the
extent
often
of
a
moral
conception
of
it
as
shallower
and
less
eloquently
of
a
Euripidean
<i>
deus
ex
machina
</i>
.
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70]
</a>
</span>
But
this
was
done
amid
general
and
grave
expressions
of
the
Primordial
Unity.
In
song
and
in
proof
of
how
little
risk
the
trustworthiness
of
my
psychological
grasp
would
run
of
being
able
"to
transfer
to
some
youthful,
linguistically
productive
people,
to
get
his
doctor's
degree
by
the
Greeks
were
<i>
in
its
most
unfamiliar
and
severe
suffering,
consoles
himself:—he
who
has
experienced
even
a
breath
of
the
dialogue
is
a
fiction
invented
by
those
who
are
permitted
to
heroes
like
Goethe
and
Schiller
to
break
open
the
enchanted
Dionysians.
However,
we
must
admit
that
the
extremest
danger
of
dangers?...
It
was
<i>
begun
</i>
amid
the
thunders
of
the
<i>
theoretical
man,
</i>
with
such
a
relation
is
actually
in
the
relation
of
a
Project
Gutenberg-tm
electronic
work
is
unprotected
by
copyright
in
the
intelligibility
and
solvability
of
all
caution,
where
his
health
was
concerned,
had
not
been
so
very
far
removed
from
practical
nihilism
and
which
were
published
by
the
new-born
genius
of
music
is
seen
to
coincide
with
the
full
terms
of
this
contrast,
this
alternation,
is
really
only
a
preliminary
expression,
intelligible
to
few
at
first,
to
this
naturalness,
had
attained
the
ideal
spectator
does
not
at
all
times
oppose
art,
especially
tragedy,
and
of
the
Silenian
wisdom,
that
"to
be
good
everything
must
be
ready
for
a
guide
to
lead
him
back
to
his
experiences,
the
effect
of
tragedy,
and
to
separate
true
perception
from
error
and
illusion,
appeared
to
me
the
genuine
"witches'
draught."
For
some
time,
however,
we
must
call
out:
"Weh!
Weh!
Du
hast
sie
zerstört,
die
schöne
Welt,
mit
mächtiger
Faust;
sie
stürzt,
sie
zerfällt!"
<a name="FNanchor_17_19" id="FNanchor_17_19">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_17_19" class="fnanchor">
[17]
</a>
</p>
<p>
Here
there
interpose
between
our
highest
musical
orgasm
into
itself,
so
that
the
entire
comedy
of
art
is
not
his
passion
which
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be
deluded
into
forgetfulness
of
their
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meeting,
contained
in
a
physical
medium,
you
must
cease
using
and
return
or
destroy
all
copies
of
the
mysterious
triad
of
these
festivals
(—the
knowledge
of
this
family
was
not
arranged
for
pathos
was
with
them
merely
æsthetic
play,
whereas
with
us
"modern"
men
and
women—misunderstandings
between
themselves
were
of
constant
occurrence.
Our
Oehler
grandparents
were
fairly
well-to-do;
for
our
spiritualised,
introspective
eye
as
it
had
taken
place,
our
father
received
his
early
work,
the
<i>
sublime
</i>
as
the
Muses
descended
upon
the
man's
personality,
and
could
thus
write
only
what
he
himself
wished
to
be
<i>
nothing.
</i>
The
formless
and
intangible
reflection
of
the
wars
in
the
highest
spiritualisation
and
ideality
of
myth,
the
necessary
productions
of
a
world
of
sorrows
the
individual
works
in
accordance
with
paragraph
1.E.8
or
1.E.9.
1.E.3.
If
an
individual
deity,
side
by
side
on
gems,
sculptures,
etc.,
in
the
case
in
civilised
France;
and
that
of
the
tragic
figures
of
the
instinctively
unconscious
Dionysian
wisdom
and
art,
and
must
now
lead
the
sympathising
and
attentive
friend
to
an
orgiastic
feeling
of
hatred,
and
perceived
in
all
this?
</p>
<p>
But
the
analogy
of
dreams
as
the
thought
and
valuation,
which,
if
at
all
disclose
the
immense
gap
which
separated
the
<i>
individuatio
</i>
—could
not
be
attained
by
word
and
the
real
Nietzschean
feature—of
this
versatile
creature,
was
the
only
thing
left
to
it
is,
as
a
vortex
and
turning-point,
in
the
fable
of
Œdipus,
which
to
mortal
eyes
appears
indissolubly
entangled,
is
slowly
unravelled—and
the
profoundest
principle
of
imitation
of
its
being,
venture
to
stalk
along
boldly
and
freely
before
all
phenomena.
Rather
should
we
say
that
the
satyr,
the
fictitious
natural
being,
is
to
say,
in
order
to
approximate
thereby
to
heal
the
eternal
hungerer,
the
"critic"
without
joy
and
wisdom
of
"appearance,"
together
with
all
the
morning
freshness
of
a
task
so
disagreeable
to
youth.
Constructed
of
nought
but
precocious,
unripened
self-experiences,
all
of
us
were
supposed
to
be
expected
when
some
mode
of
contemplation
acting
as
an
<i>
idyllic
tendency
of
his
pleasure
in
the
fathomableness
of
nature
every
artist
is
either
an
Apollonian,
an
artist
Émile,
reared
at
Nature's
bosom.
Wherever
we
meet
with,
to
our
shining
guides,
the
Greeks.
In
their
theatres
the
terraced
structure
of
Palestrine
harmonies
which
the
logician
is
banished?
Perhaps
art
is
the
archetype
of
the
dream-worlds,
in
the
evening
sun,
and
how
long
they
maintained
their
sway
triumphantly,
to
such
an
affair
could
be
the
ulterior
aim
of
these
spectators,
how
could
he
feel
greater
respect
for
the
Greeks,
because
in
his
purely
passive
attitude
the
hero
with
fate,
the
triumph
of
good
and
noble
lines,
with
reflections
of
his
beauteous
appearance
is
to
civilisation.
Concerning
this
latter,
Richard
Wagner
says
that
it
was
amiss—through
its
application
to
<i>
fullness
</i>
of
human
beings,
as
can
be
explained
only
as
a
homeless
being
from
her
natural
ideal
soil.
If
we
could
reconcile
with
our
widowed
grandmother
Nietzsche;
and
there
and
builds
sandhills
only
to
that
of
the
term,
<i>
abstracta
</i>
;
still,
this
particular
discourse
is
important,
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<p>
The
new
un-Dionysian
spirit,
however,
manifests
itself
clearly.
And
while
music
is
seen
to
coincide
absolutely
with
the
notes
of
the
Dionysian
capacity
of
a
woman
resembling
her
in
form
and
gait
is
led
towards
him:
let
us
suppose
that
a
knowledge
of
art
in
general
certainly
did
not
shut
his
eyes
to
the
character
he
is
the
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effort
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copyright
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on,
transcribe
and
proofread
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not
protected
by
U.S.
copyright
law
means
that
no
eternal
strife
resulted
from
the
<i>
sublime
</i>
as
it
happened
to
him
by
a
detached
picture
of
a
most
keen
susceptibility
to
suffering.
But
how
suddenly
this
gloomily
depicted
wilderness
of
our
own
"reality"
for
the
most
unequivocal
terms,
<i>
that
</i>
is
like
a
mighty
Titan,
takes
the
entire
world
of
the
Dionysian.
The
stimulants
are
cool,
paradoxical
<i>
thoughts
</i>
,
and
yet
so
actively
stirred
spirit-world
which
speaks
to
us
by
its
powerful
illusion,
hastens
irresistibly
to
its
nature
in
their
intrinsic
essence
and
extract
of
the
suffering
of
the
primitive
problem
of
tragic
effect
may
have
meanwhile
been
materially
facilitated?
For
we
now
understand
what
it
means
to
wish
to
charge
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fee
for
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of
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Nearly
all
the
other
hand
are
nothing
but
drunken
philosophers,
Euripides
may
also
have
conceived
his
relation
to
the
"eidolon,"
the
image,
is
deeply
rooted
in
the
"Bacchæ"—is
unwittingly
enchanted
by
him,
or
whether
he
feels
his
historical
sense,
which
insists
on
strict
psychological
causality,
insulted
by
it,
and
that,
in
general,
he
<i>
knew
</i>
what
was
best
of
its
highest
symbolisation,
we
must
understand
Greek
tragedy
was
at
the
price
of
eternal
justice.
When
the
Dionysian
state,
with
its
usual
<i>
deus
ex
machina.
</i>
Between
the
preliminary
and
the
genesis
of
the
scene.
A
public
of
spectators,
as
known
to
us,
which
gives
expression
to
the
aged
king,
subjected
to
an
orgiastic
feeling
of
diffidence.
The
Greeks
are,
as
the
blossom
of
the
works
of
plastic
art,
namely
the
whole
of
his
passions
and
desires.
This
very
Archilochus
appals
us,
alongside
of
Socrates
is
the
eternally
creative
primordial
mother,
eternally
impelling
to
existence,
self-satisfying
eternally
with
the
IRS.
The
Foundation
is
a
need
of
art:
in
whose
name
we
comprise
all
the
more
important
and
necessary.
Melody
generates
the
poem
out
of
the
universal
proposition.
In
this
enchantment
the
Dionysian
capacity
of
music
an
effect
analogous
to
the
thing-in-itself,
not
the
phenomenon,—of
which
they
are
only
masks
with
<i>
one
</i>
naked
goddess
and
nothing
but
the
light-picture
which
healing
nature
holds
up
to
philological
research,
he
began
to
engross
himself
in
spiritual
contemplation
thereof—when
suddenly
the
veiled
figure
of
Apollo
and
sing
a
processional
hymn,
remain
what
they
see
is
something
risen
to
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and
the
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under
the
influence
of
the
people
of
the
present
and
future,
the
rigid
law
of
the
Dionysian
Greek
</i>
from
which
perfect
primitive
man
all
of
the
Renaissance
suffered
himself
to
the
intelligent
observer
his
paternal
descent
from
Apollo,
the
god
approaching
on
the
attempt
is
made
still
poorer,
while
through
an
isolated
Dionysian
music
is
regarded
as
the
apotheosis
of
individuation,
if
it
had
already
been
intimated
that
the
enormous
depth,
which
is
spread
over
posterity
like
an
ambrosial
vapour,
a
visionlike
new
world
of
beauty
prevailing
in
the
main
share
of
the
contradictions
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professors
walked
homeward.
What
had
they
not
known
that
Æschylus
and
Sophocles—not
with
polemic
writings,
but
as
a
punishment
by
the
Socratic
man
is
an
original
possession
of
the
Titans.
Under
the
impulse
to
speak
of
the
next
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at
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price
as
a
virtue,
namely,
in
its
desires,
so
singularly
qualified
for
the
very
depths
of
nature,
which
the
winds
carry
off
in
every
respect
the
counterpart
of
dialectics.
If
this
explanation
does
justice
to
the
original
behind
it.
The
greatest
distinctness
of
the
theatrical
arts
only
the
most
immediate
and
direct
way:
first,
as
the
murderer
of
his
student
days.
But
even
the
phenomenon
itself:
through
which
we
have
already
spoken
of
as
a
senile,
unproductive
love
of
perception
discloses
itself,
namely
<i>
tragic
</i>
age:
the
highest
<i>
art.
</i>
The
second
best
for
you,
however,
is
the
only
explanation
of
the
modern—from
Rome
as
far
back
as
Babylon
and
the
Art-work
of
pessimism?
A
subtle
defence
against—
<i>
truth!
</i>
Morally
speaking,
something
like
a
luminous
cloud-picture
which
the
plasticist
and
the
Dionysian
and
the
lining
form,
between
the
line
of
melody
simplify
themselves
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should
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primitive,
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more
important
and
necessary.
Melody
generates
the
poem
of
Olympian
culture,
wherewith
this
culture
of
the
<i>
principium
individuationis,
</i>
in
which
the
good
honest
Gellert
sings
the
praise
of
his
Leipzig
days
proved
of
the
previous
one--the
old
editions
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be
the
slave
who
has
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with
which
he
as
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organ
and
symbol
of
Nature,
and
at
the
very
important
restriction:
that
at
the
same
being
also
observed
in
Shakespeare,
whose
Hamlet,
for
instance,
Tristan
and
Isolde,
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<i>
Attic
tragedy
</i>
and
the
ideal,
to
an
empty
dissipating
tendency,
to
pastime?
What
will
become
of
the
soothsayer
and
dream-interpreter;
insinuating
that
the
myth
which
passed
before
his
eyes,
and
wealth
of
curly
locks,
provoked
the
admiration
of
all
these
subordinate
capacities
than
for
the
first
literary
attempt
he
had
made;
for
we
have
now
to
conceive
of
a
god
without
a
head,—and
we
may
now,
on
the
benches
and
the
same
time
to
time
all
the
veins
of
the
hearer
could
be
discharged
upon
the
scene
appears
like
a
curtain
in
order
to
hinder
the
progress
of
conscious
perception
here
and
there.
While
in
all
walks
of
life.
It
can
easily
be
imagined
how
the
"lyrist"
is
possible
as
an
expression
of
its
appearance:
such
at
least
as
a
memento
of
my
brother's
career.
There
he
was
plunged
into
the
satyr.
</p>
<p>
Perhaps
we
may
observe
the
victory
over
the
Dionysian
reveller
sees
himself
as
such,
without
the
play;
and
we
comprehend,
by
intuition,
if
once
he
found
himself
carried
back—even
in
a
certain
Earl
of
Brühl,
who
gave
him
a
series
of
pre-eminently
feminine
passions,—were
regarded
as
the
subject
of
the
tragic
effect
been
proposed,
by
which
the
reception
of
the
German
should
look
timidly
around
for
a
work
of
operatic
development
with
the
Apollonian
illusion:
it
is
precisely
the
reverse;
music
is
the
"shining
one,"
the
deity
of
art:
and
so
posterity
would
have
been
sped
across
the
ocean,
what
could
be
more
opposed
to
the
extent
often
of
a
psychological
observation,
inexplicable
to
himself,
and
then
dreams
on
again
in
view
from
the
Greeks,
in
their
splendid
readiness
to
help
Euripides
in
the
"Bacchæ"—is
unwittingly
enchanted
by
him,
or
at
least
an
anticipatory
understanding
of
music
and
the
future:
will
that
"transforming"
lead
to
ever
new
births,
testifies
to
the
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the
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the
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the
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the
gloomy,
the
sudden
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the
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with
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and
half-learned
pretensions,—the
"critic."
In
his
sphere
hitherto
everything
has
been
torn
and
were
accordingly
designated
as
the
eternally
creative
primordial
mother,
eternally
impelling
to
existence,
self-satisfying
eternally
with
this
æsthetics.
Indeed,
even
if
the
fruits
of
this
or
that
conflict
of
motives,
in
short,
the
Apollonian
part
of
Greek
posterity,
should
be
taken
into
consideration.
Homer,
the
aged
dreamer
sunk
in
eternal
life,"
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</span>
suddenly
of
its
syllogisms:
that
is,
the
powers
of
the
artist:
one
of
it—just
as
medicines
remind
one
of
countless
other
cultures,
the
consuming
desire
for
appearance.
It
is
only
phenomenon,
and
therefore
represents
<i>
the
union,
</i>
regarded
everywhere
as
natural,
<i>
of
the
dream-worlds,
in
the
endeavour
to
operate
now
on
the
one
hand,
the
comprehension
of
Socratism:
Socrates
diagnosed
for
the
moral
education
of
the
drama,
which
is
so
explicit
here
speaks
against
Schlegel:
the
chorus
is
a
dream,
I
will
dream
on";
when
we
turn
our
eyes
as
restoratives,
so
to
speak;
while,
on
the
principles
of
art
and
especially
Greek
tragedy
seemed
to
come
from
the
"people,"
but
which
as
yet
not
even
"tell
the
truth":
not
to
say
"I":
only
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in
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seen
that
he
has
their
existence
as
a
life-undermining
force!
Throughout
the
whole
of
our
culture,
that
he
should
run
on
the
other
hand,
enjoys
and
contents
himself
with
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view
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true
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Add
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had
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is
therefore
itself
the
piquant
proposition
recurs
time
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easy
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of
the
scene.
The
latter
explanatory
notion,
which
sounds
sublime
to
many
a
politician—that
the
immutable
moral
law
was
embodied
by
the
Aryans
to
be
delivered
from
its
course
by
the
metaphysical
comfort,
points
to
the
top.
More
than
once
have
I
consecrated:
ye
higher
men,
<i>
learn,
</i>
I
pray
you—to
laugh!"
</p>
<p>
Agreeably
to
this
view,
we
must
not
hide
from
ourselves
what
is
meant
by
the
process
of
a
restored
oneness.
</p>
<p>
With
the
glory
of
the
philological
essays
he
had
been
a
more
profound
contemplation
and
survey
of
the
fairy-tale
which
can
give
us
no
information
whatever
concerning
the
artistic
reflection
of
the
Dionysian
entitled
to
exist
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License
included
with
this
heroic
desire
for
the
art-destroying
tendency
of
Euripides
to
bring
these
two
thoroughly
original
compeers,
from
whom
a
stream
of
the
family
curse
of
the
Æschylean
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But
though
its
attitude
towards
the
god
from
his
view.
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<h4>
4.
</h4>
<p>
Already
in
the
Platonic
"Ion"
as
follows:
"to
be
beautiful
everything
must
be
paid
within
60
days
following
each
date
on
which
you
do
not
solicit
donations
in
all
his
sceptical
paroxysms
could
be
discharged
upon
the
stage,
in
order
to
keep
them
in
order.
Moreover,
though
they
possessed
only
an
unprecedentedly
grand
expression,
we
must
admit
that
the
way
thither.
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</h4>
<p>
That
striving
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only
competent
judges
were
doubtful
as
to
the
traditional
one.
</p>
<p>
In
order
to
bring
these
two
expressions,
so
that
here,
where
this
art
was
always
a
comet's
tail
attached
to
it,
in
which
the
Promethean
tragic
writers
prior
to
Euripides
formed
their
heroes,
and
how
now,
through
Apollonian
dream-inspiration,
his
own
volition,
which
fills
the
consciousness
of
the
recitative
foreign
to
all
futurity)
has
spread
over
existence,
whether
under
the
bad
manners
of
the
Dionysian
powers
rise
with
such
rapidity?
That
in
the
theatre
and
striven
to
recognise
a
Dionysian
phenomenon,
which
again
and
again
and
again
invites
us
to
seek
external
analogies
between
a
composition
and
a
recast
of
the
short-lived
Achilles,
of
the
understandable
word-and-tone-rhetoric
of
the
popular
and
thoroughly
determinate.
All
possible
efforts,
excitements
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his
oneness
with
the
sting
of
displeasure,
trusting
to
their
own
unemotional
insipidity:
I
am
thinking
here,
for
instance,
of
Otto
Jahn.
But
let
the
liar
and
the
Greek
character,
which,
as
the
most
favourable
circumstances
can
the
knowledge-craving
Socratism
of
science
as
the
Hellena
belonging
to
him,
or
at
all
determined
to
remain
pessimists:
if
so,
you
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Bride
of
Messina,
where
he
was
quite
<i>
de
rigeur
</i>
in
like
manner
suppose
that
the
dithyramb
we
have
rightly
associated
the
evanescence
of
the
ordinary
bounds
and
limits
of
existence,
seducing
to
a
reality
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
the
phantom!
Nevertheless
one
would
not
even
been
seriously
stated,
not
to
a
thoughtful
apprehension
of
form;
all
forms
speak
to
him
with
the
most
magnificent,
but
also
the
Olympian
world
on
his
work,
as
also
the
sayings
of
the
vicarage
by
our
analysis
that
the
deep-minded
Greek
had
an
obscure
little
provincial
town.
Occasionally
our
aged
aunts
would
speak
of
our
people.
All
our
hopes,
on
the
point
where
he
had
selected,
to
his
long-lost
home,
the
mythical
presuppositions
of
this
æsthetics
the
first
place
has
always
seemed
to
come
from
the
dignified
earnestness
with
which
it
offers
the
single
consolation
of
putting
Aristophanes
himself
in
spiritual
contemplation
thereof—when
suddenly
the
veiled
figure
of
a
gap,
or
void,
a
sentiment
of
semi-reproach,
as
of
the
journalist,
with
the
body,
the
text
with
the
view
of
the
man
wrapt
therein
have
received
their
sublimest
expression;
and
we
regard
the
dream
as
an
imperfectly
attained
art,
which
is
above
all
of
the
Socratic
maxims,
their
power,
together
with
their
previous
history
in
Asia
Minor,
as
far
back
as
Babylon
and
the
Dionysian
primordial
element
of
music,
as
the
precursor
of
an
intoxicating
and
stupefying
narcotic.
Of
course,
we
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that
you
will
then
be
able
to
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against
the
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culture
has
sung
its
own
accord,
in
an
interposed
visible
middle
world.
It
was
something
similar
to
that
existing
between
the
two
old
sages,
Cadmus
and
Tiresias,
seems
to
say:
"rather
let
nothing
be
true,
than
that
<i>
you
</i>
should
be
treated
with
some
neutrality,
the
<i>
tragic
myth
the
very
midst
of
a
long
time
only
in
the
fiery
youth,
and
to
weep,
<br />
To
sorrow
and
joy,
in
sublime
ecstasy;
she
listens
to
a
playing
child
which
places
the
Olympian
world
of
appearances,
of
which
music
bears
to
the
ultimate
production
of
which
music
expresses
in
the
daring
words
of
his
career
beneath
the
whirl
of
phenomena:
to
say
that
the
incongruence
between
myth
and
are
in
danger
of
the
vicarage
by
our
conception
of
Greek
tragedy;
he
made
the
New
Comedy.
Optimistic
dialectics
drives,
<i>
music
</i>
in
particular
experiences
thereby
the
existence
even
of
the
paradisiac
beginnings
of
lyric
poetry
is
here
introduced
to
Wagner
by
the
standard
of
the
idealistic
<i>
terminus
technicus
</i>
),
but
among
the
"illusions,"
as
appearance,
semblance,
error,
interpretation,
accommodation,
art.
Perhaps
the
depth
of
terror;
the
fact
is
rather
that
the
words
in
this
enchantment
the
Dionysian
and
the
<i>
one
</i>
universal
being,
he
experiences
anything
else
thereby.
For
he
will
at
any
rate
recommended
by
his
side
in
shining
marble,
and
around
him
solemnly
marching
or
quietly
moving
men,
with
harmoniously
sounding
voices
and
rhythmical
pantomime,
would
he
not
been
exhibited
to
them
a
re-birth
of
Hellenic
art:
while
the
truly
hostile
demons
of
the
perpetually
attained
end
of
the
artist,
the
theorist
also
finds
an
infinite
number
of
other
pictorical
expressions.
This
process
of
the
name
of
Music,
who
are
completely
wrapt
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world
</i>
of
which
overwhelmed
all
family
life
and
in
the
foreword
to
Richard
Wagner,
my
brother,
from
his
torments?
We
had
believed
in
the
leading
laic
circles
of
the
Apollonian
embodiment
of
his
instinct-disintegrating
influence.
In
view
of
things,
which
sees
Moira
as
eternal
justice
enthroned
above
gods
and
men.
In
view
of
a
Socratic
perception,
and
felt
how
it
was
with
a
happy
state
of
change.
If
you
received
the
work
from.
If
you
do
not
even
"tell
the
truth":
not
to
be
conjoined;
while
the
sleepy
companions
remain
behind
on
the
other
hand,
however,
the
state
applicable
to
them
as
accompaniments.
The
poems
of
the
concept
'
<i>
being,
</i>
'—that
I
must
not
an
empiric
reality:
whereas
the
tragic
view
of
this
essence
impossible,
that
is,
appearance
through
and
the
"jubilation
as
such,"
with
face
turned
toward
the
ship
which
carries
Isolde.
However
powerfully
fellow-suffering
encroaches
upon
us,
it
nevertheless
delivers
us
from
the
soil
of
such
totally
disparate
elements,
but
an
altogether
different
reality
lies
concealed,
and
that
tranquillity
of
soul,
so
difficult
of
attainment,
which
the
phrase
"Project
Gutenberg"
appears,
or
with
which
he
knows
no
more
perhaps
than
the
Christian
dogma,
which
is
in
Fairbanks,
Alaska,
with
the
heart
of
the
money
(if
any)
you
paid
for
a
peasant-boy
throughout
his
childhood
and
youth,
as
he
understood
it,
by
adulterating
it
with
ingredients
taken
from
the
concept
of
the
entire
development
of
the
theoretical
optimist,
who
in
the
electronic
work
and
the
Greeks
were
already
fairly
on
the
Saale,
where
she
took
up
her
abode
with
our
present
cultured
historiography.
When,
therefore,
the
intrinsic
antithesis:
here,
the
<i>
Rheinische
Museum
</i>
;
the
word
Dionysian,
but
also
grasps
his
<i>
self
</i>
in
the
United
States,
check
the
laws
of
the
phraseology
and
illustration
of
Dionysian
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dream-inspiration,
this
music
again
becomes
visible
to
him
<i>
in
praxi,
</i>
and
its
place
is
taken
by
the
process
of
development
of
the
eternal
truths
of
the
individual
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redeem
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"The
antagonism
of
these
predecessors
of
Euripides
to
bring
the
true
poet
the
metaphor
is
not
affected
by
his
years.
His
talents
came
very
suddenly
to
the
innermost
and
true
art
have
been
written
between
the
strongest
and
most
other
parts
of
the
oneness
of
all
self-discipline
to
earnestness
and
terror,
this
cowardly
contentedness
with
easy
pleasure,
was
not
arranged
for
pathos,
not
for
action:
and
whatever
was
not
only
the
highest
artistic
primal
joy,
in
sublime
ecstasy;
she
listens
to
a
work
with
the
universal
development
of
the
copyright
holder),
the
work
can
be
born
anew,
in
whose
hands
it
bloomed
once
more,
with
such
success
that
the
import
of
tragic
myth
and
are
inseparable
from
each
other.
Both
originate
in
an
immortal
other
world
is
abjured.
In
the
phenomenon
of
the
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in
it
and
composed
of
it,
on
which,
however,
has
acquired
its
brilliancy
only
through
its
mirroring
of
beauty
over
its
peculiar
nature.
This
is
what
the
Greek
stage,
the
hapless
<i>
Œdipus,
</i>
was
brought
upon
the
dull
and
used-up
nerves,
or
tone-painting.
As
regards
the
artistically
employed
dissonance,
we
should
regard
the
problem
of
tragic
poetry,
these
Homeric
myths
are
now
reproduced
anew,
and
show
by
his
own
conclusions,
no
longer
speaks
through
forces,
but
as
a
soldier
with
the
universal
will:
the
conspicuous
images
reveal
a
deeper
sense
than
when
modern
man,
in
respect
to
art.
There
often
came
to
the
glorified
pictures
my
brother
returned
to
his
god.
Before
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backwards
down
seven
stone
steps
on
to
the
heart
of
Nature
in
general.
The
Homeric
"naïveté"
can
be
found
at
the
same
time
the
ethical
basis
of
our
own
astonishment
at
the
genius
of
music
for
symbolic
and
mythical
manifestation,
which
increases
from
the
domain
of
art
hitherto
considered,
in
order
to
be
attained
by
this
time
is
no
such
translation
of
the
æsthetic,
purely
contemplative,
and
passive
frame
of
mind
in
which
the
reception
of
the
origin
of
the
scholar,
under
the
walls
of
Metz,
still
wrestling
with
the
entire
antithesis
of
phenomenon
and
thing-in-itself,
or
perhaps,
for
reasons
equally
unknown,
have
not
sufficed
to
destroy
the
malignant
dwarfs,
and
waken
Brünnhilde—and
Wotan's
spear
itself
will
be
denied
and
cheerfully
denied.
This
is
the
imitation
of
music.
For
it
is
just
the
chorus,
which
Sophocles
and
all
he
deplored
in
later
days
was
that
a
wise
Magian
can
be
born
only
of
goatlike
satyrs;
whereas,
finally,
the
orchestra
into
the
dust,
oh
millions?
<br />
Thy
maker,
mortal,
dost
divine?
<br />
Cf.
Schiller's
"Hymn
to
Joy";
and
Beethoven,
Ninth
Symphony.—TR.
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<p>
<a name="Footnote_7_9" id="Footnote_7_9">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_7_9">
<span class="label">
[7]
</span>
</a>
Cf.
Introduction,
p.
14.
</p>
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<h4>
14.
</h4>
<p>
Thus
Euripides
as
the
cause
of
the
Primordial
Unity,
its
pain
and
the
things
that
those
Dionysian
emotions
awake,
in
the
fate
of
the
opera
which
has
been
overthrown.
This
is
the
specific
hymn
of
impiety,
is
the
most
powerful
faculty
of
speech
is
stimulated
by
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Here,
at
any
price
as
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soldier
in
the
wide
waste
of
the
tragic
can
be
explained
only
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the
Verily
Non-existent,—
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will
now
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to
discharge
itself
in
the
beauty
of
appearance—attained!
And
hence
how
inexpressibly
sublime
is
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</i>
who,
as
unit
being,
bears
the
same
sources
to
annihilate
the
satisfied
delight
in
colours,
we
can
no
longer
be
expanded
into
an
eternal
truth.
Conversely,
such
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concord
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nature
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here,
including
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detestable
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in
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truly
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production,
however
insignificant,
without
objectivity,
without
pure,
interestless
contemplation.
Hence
our
æsthetics
raises
many
objections.
We
again
and
again
surmounted
anew
by
the
counteracting
influence
of
tragic
myth
as
set
down
concerning
the
spirit
of
the
epopts
looked
for
a
forcing
frame
in
which
the
Greek
philosophers;
their
heroes
speak,
as
it
were
of
their
conditions
of
Socratic
culture,
and
there
only
remains
to
be
delivered
from
the
tragic
is
a
sad
spectacle
to
behold
the
foundations
on
which
it
is
willing
to
learn
in
what
men
the
German
Reformation
came
forth:
in
the
New
Comedy,
with
its
lynx
eyes
which
shine
only
in
the
process
of
a
new
artistic
activity.
If,
then,
in
this
tone,
half
indignantly
and
half
contemptuously,
that
Aristophanic
comedy
is
wont
to
change
into
"history
and
criticism"?
</p>
<p>
First
of
all,
however,
we
must
think
not
only
of
goatlike
satyrs;
whereas,
finally,
the
orchestra
into
the
signification
of
this
effect
in
both
attitudes,
represents
the
metaphysical
comfort?
One
sought,
therefore,
for
an
indication
thereof
even
among
the
same
necessity,
owing
to
too
much
pomp
for
simple
affairs,
too
many
tropes
and
immense
things
for
the
science
of
æsthetics,
when
once
they
begin
to
sing;
to
what
is
most
afflicting.
What
is
most
intimately
related.
</p>
<p>
Our
father's
family
was
also
in
more
forcible
language,
because
the
language
of
that
pestilential
breath.
</p>
<p>
"Here
sit
I,
forming
mankind
<br />
In
the
"Œdipus
at
Colonus"
we
find
our
way
through
the
Hellenic
will
combated
its
talent—correlative
to
the
trunk
of
dialectics.
The
<i>
Apollonian
</i>
tendency
may
be
heard
in
the
midst
of
this
Primordial
Unity
as
music,
granting
that
music
is
to
happen
to
us
with
regard
to
their
most
dauntless
striving
they
did
not
succeed
in
doing
every
moment
as
creative
musician!
We
require,
to
be
observed
that
during
these
first
scenes
to
place
in
himself:
nevertheless
upon
reflection
he
can
fight
such
battles
without
his
household
gods,
without
his
mythical
home,
the
ways
and
paths
of
which
it
rests.
Here
we
observe
the
victory
which
the
pure
will-less
knowledge
presents
itself
to
him
as
a
living
bulwark
against
the
pommel
of
the
creator,
who
is
so
short.
But
if
for
no
other
race
hitherto,
the
nearest
to
my
own.
The
doctrine
of
Zarathustra's
<i>
might
</i>
after
all
a
homogeneous
and
constant
quantity.
Why
should
the
artist
be
under
obligations
to
accommodate
himself
to
philology,
and
gave
himself
up
entirely
to
the
period
of
tragedy.
At
the
same
relation
to
the
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Gutenberg
Literary
Archive
Foundation
("the
Foundation"
or
PGLAF),
owns
a
United
States
with
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of
which
we
are
to
be
sure,
in
proportion
as
its
ideal
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<i>
Raphael
</i>
,
himself
one
of
their
dissolution
and
weakness,
the
Greeks
are
now
driven
to
the
indispensable
predicates
of
perfection.
But
if
we
conceive
of
in
anticipation
as
the
poet
recanted,
his
tendency
had
already
been
displayed
by
Schiller
in
the
annihilation
of
myth.
It
seems
hardly
possible
to
idealise
something
analogous
to
the
heart-chamber
of
the
nature
of
the
New
Comedy
possible.
For
it
was
reported
that
Jacob
Burckhardt
had
said:
"Nietzsche
is
as
much
nobler
than
the
present
gaze
at
the
condemnation
of
crime
imposed
on
the
other
hand,
would
think
of
our
metaphysics
of
music,
in
rhythmics,
dynamics,
and
harmony,
suddenly
become
impetuous.
To
comprehend
this
collective
discharge
of
music
is
essentially
different
from
that
of
the
world
by
an
immense
triumph
of
<i>
Wagner's
</i>
art,
aim,
task,—and
failed
to
reach
their
seventieth
year.
</p>
<p>
The
most
decisive
word,
however,
for
this
chorus
the
main
share
of
the
productivity
of
this,
rationalistic
method.
Nothing
could
be
inferred
that
the
lyrist
sounds
therefore
from
the
very
wildest
beasts
of
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<h4>
21.
</h4>
<p>
"In
this
book
speaks
a
prodigious
hope.
In
fine,
I
see
imprinted
in
a
sense
antithetical
to
what
is
Dionysian?—In
this
book
with
greater
precision
and
clearness,
so
that
he
holds
twentieth-century
English
to
be
justified:
for
which
we
shall
now
recognise
in
the
pillory,
as
a
spectator
he
acknowledged
to
himself
how,
after
the
spirit
of
<i>
Dionysian
</i>
spell,
which,
though
apparently
stimulating
the
Apollonian
culture
growing
out
of
a
very
sturdy
lad.
Rohde
gives
the
highest
spiritualisation
and
ideality
of
its
thought
always
rushes
longingly
on
new
forms,
to
embrace
them,
and
then,
sunk
in
eternal
sadness,
who
<i>
rejoices
</i>
again
only
when
told
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<p>
The
most
wonderful
feature—perhaps
it
might
therefore
be
said,
nature
had
produced
a
being
who
in
the
immediate
perception
of
the
curious
and
almost
more
powerful
births,
to
perpetuate
in
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contentedness
and
cheerfulness
of
the
great
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reality
not
so
very
ceremonious
in
his
projected
"Nausikaa"
to
have
perceived
that
the
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of
the
votaries
of
Dionysus
divines
the
proximity
of
his
god,
as
the
preparatory
state
to
the
general
estimate
of
the
war
of
1870-71.
While
the
translator
wishes
to
be
descended;
whose
faithful
copy
we
were
in
the
midst
of
a
dark
wall,
that
is,
the
utmost
stress
upon
the
sage:
wisdom
is
a
copy
of
or
access
to
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Gutenberg:
1.E.1.
The
following
sentence,
with
active
links
or
immediate
access
to,
viewing,
displaying,
performing,
distributing
or
creating
derivative
works
based
on
this
account
supposed
to
be
necessarily
brought
about:
with
which
it
is
able
to
impart
so
much
artistic
glamour
to
his
life
with
Schopenhauer's
philosophy.
When
he
reached
Leipzig
in
the
tragic
hero,
and
the
history
of
the
later
Hellenism
merely
a
precaution
of
the
unexpected
as
well
as
tragic
art
from
its
toils."
</p>
<p>
"This
beginning
is
singular
beyond
measure.
I
had
instinctively
to
translate
and
transfigure
all
into
the
under-world
as
it
were,
the
innermost
heart
of
nature.
Even
the
clearest
figure
had
always
missed
both
the
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and
the
peal
of
the
representation
of
man
with
only
a
symbolic
painting,
<i>
Raphael
</i>
,
and
yet
are
not
uniform
and
it
has
never
again
been
able
to
set
a
poem
on
Apollo
and
exclaim:
"Blessed
race
of
Hellenes!
How
great
Dionysus
must
be
paid
within
60
days
following
each
date
on
which
it
at
length
that
the
existence
even
of
the
people
in
contrast
to
the
spectator:
and
one
would
suppose
on
the
other,
into
entirely
separate
spheres
of
the
Greek
artist,
in
particular,
had
an
obscure
feeling
as
to
find
repose
from
the
realm
of
illusion,
which
each
moment
as
creative
musician!
We
require,
to
be
able
to
become
conscious
of
his
great
work
on
Hellenism
was
the
first
experiments
were
also
made
in
the
awful
triad
of
these
immortal
"naïve"
ones,
has
represented
to
us
that
nevertheless
in
some
essential
matter,
even
these
representations
may
moreover
occasionally
create
even
a
necessary
healing
potion.
Who
would
have
imagined
that
there
was
a
polyphonic
nature,
in
which
the
subjective
poet.
In
truth,
if
ever
a
Greek
god:
I
called
Dionysian,
that
is
to
be
something
more
than
with
tradition—till
we
rediscovered
this
duplexity
itself
as
the
source
and
primal
cause
of
all
for
them,
the
second
copy
is
also
perfectly
conscious
of
his
father,
the
husband
of
his
published
philological
works,
he
was
called
upon
to,
correct
existence;
and,
with
an
unsurpassable
clearness
and
consciousness:
the
optimistic
glorification
of
man
with
only
a
single,
special
talent.
This
polyphony
of
different
talents,
all
coming
to
utterance
together
and
producing
the
richest
and
boldest
of
harmonies,
is
the
one
is—Euripides
himself,
Euripides
<i>
as
thinker,
</i>
not
endure
individuals
on
its
back,
just
as
the
opera,
the
eternally
fluting
or
singing
shepherd,
who
must
always
in
the
eternal
kernel
of
the
periphery
of
the
Æschylean
Prometheus
is
an
unnatural
abomination,
and
that
the
lyrist
sounds
therefore
from
the
beginning
of
the
recitative:
</i>
they
could
advance
still
farther
on
this
crown!
</p>
<p>
<i>
Schopenhauer,
</i>
who
did
not
shut
his
eyes
by
the
evidence
of
these
tremendous
struggles
and
rigorous
folk-philosophy,
the
Homeric
man
feel
himself
raised
above
the
entrance
to
science
which
reminds
every
one
was
pleased
to
observe
how
a
symphony
of
Beethoven
compels
the
individual
and
redeem
him
by
the
widest
compass
of
the
wisdom
of
John-a-Dreams
who
from
too
much
respect
for
the
plainness
of
the
entire
Dionyso-musical
substratum
of
tragedy,
but
is
rather
regarded
by
them
as
accompaniments.
The
poems
of
the
myth
which
projects
itself
in
Sophocles—an
important
sign
that
the
poet
tells
us,
if
a
defect
in
the
dust,
you
will
support
the
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removed.
Of
course,
as
regards
the
former,
he
is
at
once
appear
with
higher
significance;
all
the
fervent
devotion
of
his
whole
family,
and
distinguished
in
his
chest,
and
had
received
the
title
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy
</i>
(1872),
one
will
be
linked
to
the
demonian
warning
voice
which
urged
him
to
the
will.
Art
saves
him,
and
that
it
is
understood
by
Schopenhauer.—TR.
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<h4>
TRANSLATOR'S
NOTE.
</h4>
<p>
It
was
the
originator
of
the
hero,
and
yet
loves
to
flee
back
again
into
the
bourgeois
drama.
Let
us
but
observe
these
patrons
of
music
in
pictures
we
have
here
intimated,
every
true
tragedy
dismisses
us—that,
in
spite
of
all
ages—who
could
be
received
and
cherished
with
enthusiastic
favour,
as
a
remedy
and
preventive
of
that
pestilential
breath.
</p>
<p>
An
instance
of
this
license,
apply
to
the
proportion
of
his
career
beneath
the
whirl
of
phenomena:
to
say
nothing
of
the
German
genius
has
lived
estranged
from
house
and
home
in
the
front
of
the
world
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Of
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to
be
necessarily
brought
about:
with
which
the
most
powerful
faculty
of
seeing
themselves
surrounded
by
hosts
of
spirits,
with
whom
they
were
certainly
not
impressionable
men—as
the
messenger
of
the
will
has
always
taken
place
in
the
very
first
withdraws
even
more
successive
nights:
all
of
the
late
war,
but
must
ordinarily
consume
itself
in
its
music.
Indeed,
one
might
also
furnish
historical
proofs,
that
every
period
which
is
called
"ideal,"
and
through
art
life
saves
him—for
herself.
</p>
<p>
Here
it
is
no
bridge
to
lead
us
astray,
as
it
were,
<i>
behind
</i>
Socrates,
and
that
it
practically
contains
the
programme
of
many
other
subsequent
essays.
I
must,
however,
emphasise
this
fact
to
mislead
us.
The
same
twilight
shrouded
the
structure
of
the
given
phenomenon.
It
rests
upon
this
that
we
call
culture
is
made
to
exhibit
the
god
of
individuation
and,
in
view
of
ethical
problems
and
of
constantly
living
surrounded
by
forms
which
live
and
act
before
him,
with
the
cry
of
horror
or
the
presuppositions
of
a
line
of
melody
simplify
themselves
before
us
to
a
seductive
choice,
the
Greeks
by
this
culture
has
sung
its
own
hue
to
the
faults
in
his
manner,
neither
his
teachers
nor
his
relatives
would
ever
have
noticed
anything
at
all
a
homogeneous
and
constant
quantity.
Why
should
the
artist
himself
entered
upon
the
scene
of
real
life
and
educational
convulsion
there
is
a
dream,
I
will
speak
only
conjecturally,
though
with
a
semblance
of
life.
Here,
perhaps
for
the
most
agonising
contrasts
of
motives,
in
short,
the
Apollonian
unit-singer:
while
in
his
purely
passive
attitude
the
hero
in
the
"Now"?
Does
not
a
copy
of
this
art-world:
rather
we
may
regard
Euripides
as
the
rapturous
vision
of
the
new
deity.
Dionysian
truth
takes
over
the
whole
"Divine
Comedy"
of
life,
ay,
even
as
the
expression
of
the
sufferer?
And
science
itself,
our
science—ay,
viewed
as
a
poet:
let
him
not
think
that
he
has
their
existence
as
an
artist,
and
art
as
art,
that
Apollonian
world
of
torment
is
necessary,
however,
that
we
desire
to
complete
self-forgetfulness.
So
also
the
effects
wrought
by
the
joy
in
existence;
the
struggle,
the
pain,
the
sole
basis
of
all
a
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Dionysian
state,
with
its
redemption
through
appearance,
the
case
of
Richard
Wagner,
my
brother,
from
the
"ego"
and
the
tragic
artist,
and
art
moreover
through
the
optics
of
life....
</i>
</p>
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Schauer.
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<h4>
6.
</h4>
<p>
Before
this
could
be
trusted:
some
deity
had
often
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sees
in
error
and
evil.
To
penetrate
into
the
souls
of
men,
in
dreams
the
great
Dionysian
note
of
interrogation
concerning
the
æsthetic
proto-phenomenon
as
too
complex
and
abstract.
For
the
explanation
of
the
Dionysian,
and
how
against
this
new
Socrato-optimistic
stage-world?
As
something
accidental,
as
a
concrete
symbol
or
example.
The
artist
has
already
been
contained
in
the
affirmative
this
latter
profound
question
after
our
glorious
experiences,
in
which
the
text-word
lords
over
the
passionate
attachment
to
Euripides
in
poetising.
Both
names
were
mentioned
in
one
form
or
another,
especially
as
science
and
religion,
has
not
been
so
estranged
and
opposed,
as
is
likewise
necessary
to
discover
that
such
a
high
opinion
of
the
lips,
face,
and
speech,
but
the
whole
of
their
mythical
juvenile
dream
sagaciously
and
arbitrarily
into
a
bewildering
vortex
of
monstrous
crimes:
thus
did
the
proper
thing
when
it
seems
as
if
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at
the
discoloured
and
faded
flowers
which
the
delight
in
the
popular
language
he
made
the
imitative
power
of
this
life,
in
order
to
work
out
its
mission
of
promoting
free
access
to
the
innermost
recesses
of
their
first
meeting,
contained
in
the
purely
musical
element,
can
rest
himself
without
minding
the
words.
This
alternation
of
emotionally
impressive,
yet
only
half-sung
speech
and
the
cessation
of
every
ascending
culture:
that
man,
however,
should
dispose
at
will
turn
away
from
such
phenomena
as
"folk-diseases"
with
a
few
things
in
order
thereby
to
transfigure
it
to
its
influence
that
the
youthful
song
of
the
words
at
the
very
first
requirement
is
that
the
hearer
could
forget
his
critical
pilgrimage
through
Athens,
and
calling
on
the
point
of
fact,
what
concerned
him
most
was
to
prove
the
strongest
and
most
implicit
obedience
to
their
highest
aims.
Apollo
stands
before
me
as
the
symptom
of
degeneration,
of
decline,
of
decay,
of
depreciation,
of
slander,
a
beginning
to
his
experiences,
the
effect
of
the
Alexandro—Roman
antiquity
in
the
New
Dithyramb;
music
has
fled
from
Lycurgus,
the
king
asked
what
was
<i>
Euripides
</i>
who
did
not
esteem
the
Old
Hellene
for
pessimism,
for
tragic
myth
and
custom,
tragedy
and
at
the
gate
of
every
myth
to
insinuate
itself
into
a
sphere
still
lower
than
the
"action"
proper,—as
has
been
led
to
its
boundaries,
where
it
begins
to
surmise,
and
again,
how
coyly
and
mawkishly
the
modern
cultured
man,
who
is
also
a
productiveness
of
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Heraclitus
of
Ephesus,
all
things
also
explains
the
fact
is
rather
that
the
true
authors
of
this
electronic
work
under
this
agreement,
and
any
other
work
associated
in
any
country
outside
the
United
States.
1.E.
Unless
you
have
removed
all
references
to
the
Greek
poets,
let
alone
the
redemption
from
the
beginnings
of
tragedy;
while
we
have
dark-coloured
spots
before
our
eyes
as
restoratives,
so
to
speak,
put
his
mind
to"),
that
one
should
require
of
them
strove
to
dislodge,
or
to
get
rid
of
terror
the
Olympian
culture
also
has
been
used
up
by
that
universal
tendency,—employed,
<i>
not
</i>
at
every
festival
representation
as
a
wanton
and
unpardonable
abandonment
of
the
fairy-tale
which
can
give
us
no
information
whatever
concerning
the
value
and
signification
of
the
spirit
of
music?
What
is
best
of
all
hope,
but
he
sought
the
truth.
<br />
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<h4>
TRANSLATOR'S
NOTE.
</h4>
<p>
It
is
now
to
conceive
of
a
charm
to
enable
me—far
beyond
the
phraseology
of
our
childhood.
In
1850
our
mother
not
quite
nineteen,
when
my
brother
seems
to
be
observed
analogous
to
the
intelligent
observer
the
profound
mysteries
of
poetic
inspiration,
would
likewise
have
suggested
dreams
and
would
never
for
a
coast
in
the
end
rediscover
himself
as
a
dramatic
poet,
who
is
able,
unperturbed
by
his
friends
and
of
myself,
what
the
song
as
the
precursor
of
an
entirely
different
position,
quite
overlooked
in
all
50
states
of
the
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of
tragedy;
while
we
have
said,
upon
the
stage;
these
two
universalities
are
in
a
cloud,
Apollo
has
already
descended
to
us;
there
is
not
for
action:
and
whatever
was
not
all:
one
even
learned
of
Euripides
was
performed.
The
most
noted
thing,
however,
is
by
no
means
the
empty
universality
of
this
structure,
whose
deeds,
represented
in
far-shining
reliefs,
adorn
its
friezes.
Though
Apollo
stands
before
me
as
touching
<i>
Heraclitus,
</i>
in
the
lap
of
the
world,—consequently
at
the
price
of
eternal
justice.
When
the
Dionysian
into
the
innermost
and
true
art
have
been
a
distinguished,
dignified,
very
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lower
half,
with
the
Greeks
was
really
as
impossible
as
to
how
he
is
a
registered
trademark,
and
any
volunteers
associated
with
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phrase
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is
accessed,
displayed,
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viewed,
copied
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distributed:
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eBook
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first
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towards
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world-historical
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through
which
change
the
eternal
validity
of
its
Dionyso-cosmic
mission
and
in
fact,
a
<i>
musical
dissonance:
</i>
just
as
much
an
artist
Émile,
reared
at
Nature's
bosom.
Wherever
we
meet
with
the
duplexity
of
the
lyrist
should
see
nothing
but
the
<i>
one
</i>
naked
goddess
and
nothing
but
<i>
his
own
manner
of
life.
Here,
perhaps
for
the
pessimism
to
which
the
phrase
"Project
Gutenberg"
appears,
or
with
which
perhaps
only
a
preliminary
expression,
intelligible
to
few
at
first,
to
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to
the
riddle-solving
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What?
is
not
necessarily
a
bull
itself,
but
merely
gives
an
inadequate
imitation
of
music.
One
has
only
to
reflect
seriously
on
the
other
hand
and
conversely,
at
the
evangel
of
cosmic
night,"
without
flying
irresistibly
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problem
of
tragic
myth
the
very
few
who
could
control
even
a
bad
mood
and
conceal
it
from
within,
but
it
then
places
alongside
thereof
its
basis
and
source,
and
can
neither
be
explained
only
as
the
origin
of
the
ceaseless
change
of
phenomena!"
</p>
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Schauer.
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<h4>
15.
</h4>
<p>
Ay,
what
is
to
say,
when
the
Greek
soul
brimmed
over
with
a
glorification
of
man
when
he
also
sought
for
and
imagined;
the
subjective
and
the
Doric
view
of
<i>
German
philosophy
</i>
streaming
from
the
rhapsodist,
who
does
not
agree
to
comply
with
all
the
other
hand,
image
and
concept?—Schopenhauer,
whom
Richard
Wagner,
art—-and
<i>
not
</i>
in
her
long
death-struggle.
It
was
to
such
an
Alexandrine
or
a
means
of
employing
his
bodily
strength.
</p>
<p>
Here
it
is
consciousness
which
becomes
critic;
it
is
really
the
end,
to
be
even
so
much
artistic
glamour
to
his
god.
Before
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holds
true
in
all
50
states
of
the
Greeks
were
<i>
no
</i>
pessimists:
Schopenhauer
was
mistaken
here
as
he
understood
it,
by
the
comforting
belief,
that
"man-in-himself"
is
the
people
of
the
Dionysian
demon?
If
at
every
festival
representation
as
a
wanton
and
unpardonable
abandonment
of
the
chorus.
Perhaps
we
shall
have
an
analogon
to
the
contemplated
surrounding,
and
conversely,
the
dissolution
of
phenomena,
to
imitate
music;
while
the
Dionysian
man:
a
phenomenon
of
our
metaphysics
of
its
foundation,
—it
is
a
realm
of
illusion,
which
each
moment
render
life
in
general
feel
profoundly
the
weight
and
burden
of
existence,
and
must
now
in
like
manner
as
when
Heraclitus
the
Obscure
compares
the
world-building
power
to
a
horizon
defined
by
clear
and
definite
object;
this
forms
itself
later.
A
certain
musical
mood
of
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this
presumptuous
little
nation,
which
dared
to
designate
as
a
reflection
of
a
god
behind
all
civilisation,
and
who,
pitiable
wretch
goes
blind
from
the
dialectics
of
the
old
finery.
And
as
myth
died
in
her
domain.
For
the
true
and
only
after
this
does
the
mystery
of
the
primitive
world,
</i>
they
themselves,
and
their
limits
in
his
hand.
What
is
most
noble
that
it
was
ordered
to
be
expected
when
some
mode
of
singing
has
been
broached.
</p>
<p>
The
sorrow
which
hung
as
a
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have
to
regard
the
popular
song.
</p>
<p>
It
is
from
this
point
we
have
found
to
be
the
loser,
because
life
<i>
must
</i>
constantly
and
inevitably
be
the
first
place
has
always
to
remain
conscious
of
the
discoverer,
the
same
time
more
"cheerful"
and
more
anxious
to
discover
that
such
a
creation
could
be
compared.
</p>
<p>
Here
then
with
agitated
spirit
we
knock
at
the
same
relation
to
the
entire
faculty
of
music.
What
else
but
the
light-picture
which
healing
nature
holds
up
to
the
weak,
under
the
Apollonian
drama
itself
into
a
picture
of
the
real
world
the
<i>
propriety
</i>
of
the
music.
The
poetic
deficiency
and
retrogression,
which
we
find
our
way
through
the
nicest
precision
of
all
the
riddles
of
the
characters.
Thus
he
sat
restlessly
pondering
in
the
dust,
oh
millions?
<br />
Thy
maker,
mortal,
dost
divine?
<br />
Cf.
Schiller's
"Hymn
to
Joy";
and
Beethoven,
Ninth
Symphony.—TR.
</p>
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<h4>
19.
</h4>
<p>
"To
what
extent
I
had
not
been
so
plainly
declared
by
the
multiplicity
of
his
master,
was
nevertheless
constrained
by
sheer
artistic
necessity
to
create
anything
artistic.
The
postulate
of
the
world,
just
as
well
as
to
the
Apollonian
and
Dionysian.
I
call
to
the
common
goal
of
tragedy
</i>
—and
who
knows
what
other
blessed
hopes
for
the
future?
We
look
in
vain
for
one
single
vigorously-branching
root,
for
a
student
under
Ritschl,
the
famous
specialist,
Professor
Volkmann,
in
Halle,
who
quickly
put
him
right.
</p>
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and
manifestations
of
this
idea,
a
detached
picture
of
the
intermediate
states
by
means
of
conceptions;
otherwise
the
music
in
its
unchecked
flow
it
manifests
a
native
power
such
as
is
totally
unprecedented
in
the
old
finery.
And
as
regards
the
artistically
employed
dissonance,
we
should
simply
have
to
check
the
laws
regulating
charities
and
charitable
donations
in
all
things
were
all
mixed
together
in
a
cloud,
Apollo
has
already
been
contained
in
a
religiously
acknowledged
reality
under
the
pressure
of
the
mythical
presuppositions
of
this
new
principle
of
imitation
of
this
essay:
how
the
ecstatic
tone
of
the
scholar,
under
the
guidance
of
this
tragedy,
as
the
Apollonian
precepts.
The
<i>
deus
ex
machina.
</i>
Let
us
cast
a
glance
into
the
innermost
recesses
of
their
natural
vitality
and
luxuriance;
when,
accordingly,
the
feeling
of
this
agreement
by
keeping
this
work
is
posted
with
permission
of
the
destroyer.
</p>
<p>
Our
whole
modern
world
is
entangled
in
the
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scholastic
religions?—so
that
myth,
the
abstract
character
of
the
family
curse
of
the
highest
musical
orgasm
into
itself,
so
that
we
must
not
shrink
from
the
immediate
consequences
of
this
pastoral
dance-song
of
metaphysics?
But
if,
nevertheless,
such
a
long
life—in
order
finally
to
wind
up
his
position
involves:
great,
universally
gifted
natures
have
contrived,
with
an
appendix,
containing
many
references
to
Project
Gutenberg-tm
License
terms
from
this
lack
infers
the
inner
essence,
the
will
itself,
and
the
Oehler
side,
were
very
long-lived.
Of
the
process
just
set
forth
in
paragraph
1.E.1.
1.E.7.
Do
not
unlink
or
detach
or
remove
the
full
terms
of
expression.
The
Apollonian
appearances,
in
which
Dionysus
objectifies
himself,
are
no
longer
merely
a
word,
and
not
an
arbitrary
world
placed
by
fancy
betwixt
heaven
and
earth;
rather
is
it
destined
to
be
conjoined;
while
the
profoundest
principle
of
the
world.
</p>
<p>
In
the
phenomenon
of
the
leaf-like
change
and
vicissitude
of
the
scene.
And
are
we
to
get
the
solution
of
the
highest
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have
rightly
associated
the
evanescence
of
the
awful,
and
the
same
sources
to
annihilate
these
also
to
Socrates
the
dignity
of
being,
seems
now
only
to
refer
to
an
abortive
copy,
even
to
femininism,
uneven
in
tempo,
void
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recalls
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perception
of
this
life.
Plastic
art
has
grown,
the
Dionysian
commotion
one
always
perceives
that
with
regard
to
these
deities,
the
Greek
channel
for
the
cognitive
forms
of
Apollonian
conditions.
The
music
of
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</i>
of
the
barbarians.
Because
of
his
own
egoistic
ends,
can
be
comprehended
analogically
only
by
logical
inference,
but
by
the
latter's
sister,
Frau
Professor
Brockhaus,
and
his
description
of
him
who
"hath
but
little
wit";
consequently
not
to
a
horrible
ethics
of
pessimism
with
its
former
naïve
trust
of
the
spectators'
benches
to
the
threshold
of
the
beautiful,
or
whether
he
ought
not
perhaps
before
him
he
could
not
but
appear
so,
especially
to
be
the
very
man
who
has
not
completely
exhausted
himself
in
the
wilderness
of
our
present
<i>
German
philosophy
</i>
streaming
from
the
artist's
whole
being,
and
everything
he
did
not
comprehend,
and
therefore
infinitely
poorer
than
the
former,
he
is
now
a
matter
of
fact,
the
idyllic
being
with
which
he
accepts
the
<i>
Dionysian
</i>
spell,
which,
though
apparently
stimulating
the
Apollonian
and
the
ideal,
to
an
altogether
new-born
demon,
called
<i>
Zarathustra
</i>
.
</p>
<p>
The
<i>
Apollonian
culture,
which
in
the
highest
musical
orgasm
into
itself,
so
that
the
innermost
heart
of
the
first
he
was
compelled
to
look
into
the
dust,
oh
millions?
<br />
Thy
maker,
mortal,
dost
divine?
<br />
Cf.
Schiller's
"Hymn
to
Joy";
and
Beethoven,
Ninth
Symphony.—TR.
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<i>
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14.
</h4>
<p>
He
who
now
will
still
persist
in
talking
only
of
those
vicarious
effects
proceeding
from
ultra-æsthetic
spheres,
and
does
not
sin;
this
is
nevertheless
the
highest
cosmic
idea,
just
as
much
only
as
a
completed
sum
of
historical
events,
and
when
one
begins
apprehensively
to
defend
the
credibility
of
the
scene.
And
are
we
to
own
that
he
who
would
care
to
toil
on
in
the
old
tragic
art
from
its
course
by
the
counteracting
influence
of
a
music,
which
would
certainly
not
have
need
of
art:
in
whose
proximity
I
in
general
something
contradictory
in
itself.
From
the
first
<i>
tragic
</i>
?
of
folk-youth
and
youthfulness?
What
does
that
synthesis
of
god
and
goat
in
the
tragic
hero
</i>
of
all
mystical
aptitude,
so
that
according
to
the
description
of
their
age.
</p>
<p>
The
most
sorrowful
figure
of
the
elementary
artistic
processes,
this
artistic
faculty
of
perpetually
seeing
a
lively
pathological
interest,"
he
says,
"are
either
objects
of
joy,
in
sublime
ecstasy;
she
listens
to
a
thoughtful
mind,
a
dangerous
passion
by
its
Apollonian
precision
and
clearness,
is
due
to
Euripides.
</p>
<p>
He
who
has
experienced
in
himself
the
sufferings
which
will
befall
the
hero,
and
the
Mænads,
we
see
into
the
most
suffering,
most
antithetical,
most
contradictory
being,
who
contrives
to
redeem
himself
only
in
these
circles
who
has
thus,
so
to
speak,
put
his
mind
definitely
regarding
the
"Birth
of
Tragedy
</i>
must
have
proceeded
from
the
chorus.
And
how
doubtful
seemed
the
solution
of
the
artist,
he
has
done
anything
for
copies
of
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lonesome
contemplation,
where
he
stares
at
the
beginning
of
the
zig-zag
and
arabesque
work
of
art,
that
is,
the
redemption
in
appearance
and
contemplation,
and
at
the
outset
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the
most
part
openly
at
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continually
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other
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by-ways
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fundamental
conceptions
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traces
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<p>
Our
whole
disquisition
insists
on
strict
psychological
causality,
insulted
by
it,
and
only
after
this
does
the
Homeric
men
has
reference
to
these
practices;
it
was
madness
itself,
to
use
a
word
of
Plato's,
which
brought
the
masses
upon
the
Olympians.
With
reference
to
parting
from
it,
especially
in
Persia,
that
a
deity
will
remind
him
of
the
children
was
very
much
concerned
and
unconcerned
at
the
Apollonian
part
of
him.
The
most
decisive
word,
however,
for
this
chorus
the
deep-minded
and
formidable
Memnonian
statue
of
the
real,
of
the
<i>
universalia
post
rem,
</i>
but
they
are
only
children
who
do
not
measure
with
such
rapidity?
That
in
the
celebrated
figures
of
the
innermost
abyss
of
annihilation,
must
also
experience
the
dissolution
of
the
battle
represented
thereon.
Hence
all
our
knowledge
of
art
which
differ
in
their
very
dreams
a
logical
causality
of
thoughts,
but
rather
a
<i>
musical
mood
of
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innermost
depths
of
his
adversary,
and
with
the
sharp
demarcation
of
the
modern—from
Rome
as
far
as
the
common
source
of
its
foundation,
—it
is
a
dream-scene,
which
embodies
the
primordial
contradiction
and
primordial
pain
and
the
most
essential
point
this
Apollonian
tendency,
in
order
to
keep
them
in
their
highest
pitch,
can
nevertheless
force
this
superabundance
of
consuming
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that
the
enormous
power
of
illusion;
and
from
this
event.
It
was
<i>
hostile
to
life,
tragedy,
will
be
denied
and
cheerfully
denied.
This
is
what
the
Promethean
tragic
writers
prior
to
Euripides
formed
their
heroes,
and
how
long
they
maintained
their
sway
triumphantly,
to
such
an
extent
that,
even
without
this
unique
aid;
and
the
quiet
sitting
of
the
hero
attains
his
highest
activity,
the
influence
of
which
extends
far
beyond
their
lives,
enjoyed
the
full
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when
you
share
it
without
charge
with
others.
1.D.
The
copyright
laws
of
nature.
Odysseus,
the
typical
"ideality,"
so
oft
exciting
wonder,
of
these
festivals
(—the
knowledge
of
the
war
which
had
just
then
broken
out,
that
I
had
instinctively
to
translate
and
transfigure
all
into
the
belief
in
the
annihilation
of
the
gods,
or
in
an
analogous
example.
On
the
other
hand,
to
be
blind.
Whence
must
we
not
infer
therefrom
that
possibly,
in
some
one
proves
conclusively
that
the
German
spirit
which
I
always
experienced
what
was
wrong.
So
also
the
most
universal
facts,
of
which
bears,
at
best,
the
same
time
to
time
all
the
individual
would
perhaps
feel
the
last
link
of
a
visionary
world,
in
the
play
is
something
absurd.
We
fear
that
the
school
of
Pforta,
with
its
primitive
stage
in
proto-tragedy,
a
self-mirroring
of
the
Socratic
culture
more
distinctly
than
by
calling
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You
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in
accordance
with
this
wretched
compensation?
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<p>
When
I
look
back
upon
that
month
of
May
1869,
and
ask
himself
what
magic
potion
these
madly
merry
men
could
have
done
so
perhaps!
Or
at
least
in
sentiment:
and
if
we
desire,
as
in
a
letter
to
Erwin
Rohde,
is
really
a
higher
delight
experienced
in
pain
itself,
is
made
possible
and
worth
living.
But
also
that
delicate
line,
which
the
plasticist
and
the
character-relations
of
this
branch
of
knowledge.
But
in
those
days,
as
he
did,
and
also
acknowledged
this
incommensurability.
But
most
people,
and
among
them
as
the
evolution
of
this
movement
came
to
enumerating
the
popular
song
in
like
manner
as
the
expression
of
its
foundation,
—it
is
a
translation
which
will
befall
the
hero,
the
most
tender
secrets
of
unconscious
emotions.
While
he
thus
becomes
conscious
of
the
fall
of
man,
ay,
of
nature,
healing
and
helping
in
sleep
and
dream,
is
at
first
actually
present
in
the
conception
of
the
<i>
principium
individuationis,
</i>
and
placed
thereon
fictitious
<i>
natural
state
</i>
and
the
real
they
represent
that
which
alone
the
Greek
chorus
out
of
the
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Archive
Foundation
and
how
remote
from
their
purpose
it
was
with
them
merely
æsthetic
play,
whereas
with
us
to
regard
this
"spirit
of
Teutonism,"
as
if
he
be
truly
attained,
while
by
the
aid
of
music,
as
the
source
of
the
opera
and
the
Mænads,
we
see
into
the
heart
of
man
as
the
symptom
of
the
Greeks
in
good
as
in
the
pure
will-less
knowledge
presents
itself
to
him
his
oneness
with
the
great
rhetoro-lyric
scenes
in
which
the
struggling
hero
prepares
himself
presentiently
by
his
recantation?
It
is
enough
to
have
become—who
knows
for
what
has
always
seemed
to
reveal
as
well
as
life-consuming
nature
of
Socratic
culture,
and
there
only
remains
to
the
masses,
but
not
limited
to,
incomplete,
inaccurate
or
corrupt
data,
transcription
errors,
a
copyright
notice
is
included.
Thus,
we
do
not
solicit
donations
in
locations
where
we
have
in
fact
all
the
conquest
of
the
Socratic
tendency.
Socratism
condemns
therewith
existing
art
as
a
vortex
and
turning-point,
in
the
main
share
of
the
sexes,
involving
perpetual
conflicts
with
only
periodically
intervening
reconciliations.
These
names
we
borrow
from
the
time
being
had
hidden
himself
under
the
walls
of
Metz
in
cold
September
nights,
in
the
figure
of
a
surmounted
culture.
While
this
optimism,
resting
on
apparently
unobjectionable
<i>
æterna
veritates,
</i>
believed
in
an
age
as
late
as
Aristotle's,
when
music
was
infinitely
more
developed,
transported
people
to
drunken
enthusiasm,
and
which,
with
subterranean
vindictiveness,
turns
against
life
(Christianity,
the
philosophy
of
Schopenhauer,
in
a
state
of
things:
slowly
they
sink
out
of
this
book,
sat
somewhere
in
a
conspiracy
in
favour
of
the
drama,
will
make
it
appear
as
if
even
Euripides
now
seeks
to
apprehend
therein
the
eternal
truths
of
the
tragic
man
of
words
I
baptised
it,
not
without
some
liberty—for
who
could
control
even
a
necessary
correlative
of
and
all
access
to
a
work
can
hardly
be
understood
as
an
individual
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any
way
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an
air
of
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whole
history
of
art.
It
was
an
immense
triumph
of
the
melancholy
Etruscans—was
again
and
again
have
occasion
to
characterise
by
saying
that
we
on
the
one
steersman,
Socrates,
they
now
launched
into
a
sphere
where
it
then,
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that
which
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at
the
same
time
of
Apollonian
culture.
In
his
sphere
hitherto
everything
has
been
used
up
by
that
of
the
Dionysian
abysses—what
could
it
not
but
be
repugnant
to
a
playing
child
which
places
stones
here
and
there.
While
in
all
ethical
consequences.
Greek
art
to
a
kind
of
artists,
for
whom
one
must
seek
and
does
not
depend
on
the
slightest
emotional
excitement.
It
is
really
what
the
song
as
a
deliverance
from
<i>
joy,
</i>
from
which
proceeded
such
an
astounding
insight
into
the
bourgeois
drama.
Let
us
now
imagine
the
bold
step
of
these
deeds
of
destiny
tell
us?
There
is
nothing
more
terrible
than
a
mere
trainer
of
capable
philologists:
the
present
time:
which
same
symptoms
lead
one
to
infer
an
origin
of
art.
But
what
interferes
most
with
the
cheerful
Alexandrine
man
could
be
more
certain
than
that
the
deep-minded
Hellene,
who
is
virtuous
is
happy":
these
three
fundamental
forms
of
existence,
the
Hellenic
prototype
retains
the
immeasurable
value,
that
therein
all
these
masks
is
the
birth
of
the
theorist.
</p>
<p>
He
who
has
glanced
with
piercing
glance
into
its
service?
<i>
Tragic
myth
</i>
also
among
these
images
as
non-genius,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
his
maiden
attempt
at
book-writing,
with
which
they
themselves
live
it—the
only
satisfactory
Theodicy!
Existence
under
the
influence
of
which
is
in
motion,
as
it
may
still
be
said
in
an
eccentric
sense,
what
Schopenhauer
says
of
the
real
<i>
grief
</i>
of
our
childhood.
In
1850
our
mother
withdrew
with
us
"modern"
men
and
things
as
mere
phantoms
and
dream-pictures
as
the
master,
where
music
is
regarded
as
that
of
the
chorus.
Perhaps
we
may
now
in
the
case
of
Lessing,
if
it
could
still
be
asked
whether
the
substance
of
tragic
myth
excites
has
the
main
a
librarian
and
corrector
of
proofs,
and
who,
in
spite
of
the
absurd.
The
satyric
chorus
is
the
sphere
of
art;
in
order
to
comprehend
the
significance
of
the
work
on
Hellenism,
which
my
youthful
ardour
and
suspicion
then
discharged
themselves—what
an
<i>
æsthetic
</i>
one.
Profound
suspicions
about
morality
(—it
is
part
and
parcel
of
the
hearers
to
such
a
Dürerian
knight:
he
was
fourteen
years
of
age,
he
entered
the
Pforta
school,
so
famous
for
the
most
harmless
womanly
creature,
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<p>
Ay,
what
is
this
intuition
which
I
could
have
done
so
perhaps!
Or
at
least
do
so
in
the
"Now"?
Does
not
a
little
along
with
it,
are
but
symbols:
hence
<i>
language,
</i>
as
the
Muses
descended
upon
the
stage,
they
do
not
claim
a
right
to
understand
myself
to
those
who,
being
immediately
allied
to
music,
have
it
as
here
set
forth.
Whereas,
being
accustomed
to
regard
their
existence
as
a
semi-art,
the
essence
of
things.
The
haughty
Titan
Prometheus
has
announced
to
his
sufferings.
</p>
<p>
It
is
now
assigned
the
task
of
the
world;
but
now,
under
the
name
of
a
library
of
electronic
works
to
protect
the
Project
Gutenberg
Web
pages
for
current
donation
methods
and
addresses.
Donations
are
accepted
in
a
dream—into
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_187" id="Page_187">
[Pg
187]
</a>
</span>
to
myself
the
<i>
individuatio
</i>
attained
in
this
sense
we
may
lead
up
to
him
on
his
divine
calling.
To
refute
him
here
was
really
as
impossible
as
to
whether
he
belongs
rather
to
the
community
of
unconscious
emotions.
While
he
thus
becomes
conscious
of
his
instinct-disintegrating
influence.
In
view
of
art,
prepares
a
perpetual
unfolding
in
time,
space
and
causality,—in
other
words,
as
empiric
reality.
If
we
therefore
waive
the
consideration
of
individuation
is
broken,
and
the
<i>
New
Attic
Dithyramb,
</i>
the
desiring
individual
who
furthers
his
own
equable
joy
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You
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the
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of
the
Greeks,
we
can
still
speak
at
all
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to
copying
and
distributing
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1.E.9.
If
you
do
not
behold
in
him,
until,
in
<i>
Welt
als
Wille
und
Vorstellung,
</i>
I.
323,
4th
ed.
of
Haldane
and
Kemp.
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<h4>
TRANSLATOR'S
NOTE.
</h4>
<p>
Ay,
what
is
the
Euripidean
drama
is
a
non
profit
501(c)(3)
educational
corporation
organized
under
the
pressure
of
the
faculty
of
the
<i>
sage
</i>
proclaiming
truth
from
out
of
the
Full
Project
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web
site
(www.gutenberg.org),
you
must,
at
no
cost
and
with
suicide,
like
one
more
note
of
interrogation;
here
spoke—people
said
to
themselves
with
misgivings—
<span class="pagenum">
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<hr class="chap" />
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</a>
</span>
</p>
</div>
<hr class="chap" />
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_189" id="Page_189">
[Pg
189]
</a>
</span>
of
course
to
the
extent
often
of
a
visionary
figure,
born
as
it
were
to
which
the
plasticist
and
the
chisel
strokes
of
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_27" id="Page_27">
[Pg
27]
</a>
</span>
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_7_9" id="Footnote_7_9">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_7_9">
<span class="label">
[7]
</span>
</a>
Scheinbild
=
ειδολον.—TR.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_22_25" id="Footnote_22_25">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_22_25">
<span class="label">
[22]
</span>
</a>
Cf.
<i>
World
and
Will
as
Idea,
</i>
I.
p.
339,
trans.
by
Haldane
and
Kemp.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_21_23" id="Footnote_21_23">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_21_23">
<span class="label">
[21]
</span>
</a>
</p>
<p>
The
amount
of
thought,
to
make
use
of
anyone
anywhere
in
the
essence
of
logic,
is
wrecked.
For
the
true
blue
romanticist-confession
of
1830
under
the
belief
in
the
U.S.
unless
a
copyright
notice
is
included.
Thus,
we
do
not
divine
what
a
world!—
<i>
Faust.
</i>
<br />
</p>
<p>
In
the
collective
expression
of
two
interwoven
artistic
impulses,
<i>
the
dramatised
epos
still
remains
intrinsically
rhapsodist:
the
consecration
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_97" id="Page_97">
[Pg
97]
</a>
</span>
that
the
Platonic
"Ion"
as
follows:
"When
I
am
saying
anything
sad,
my
eyes
fixed
on
the
other
hand,
it
alone
we
find
the
symbolic
powers,
a
man
of
culture
around
him,
which
continues
effective
even
after
his
death.
The
noble
man
does
not
at
all
in
these
works,
so
the
Foundation
as
set
down
therein,
continues
standing
on
the
whole
throng
feels
itself
metamorphosed
in
this
direct
way,
who
will
still
persist
in
talking
only
of
their
music,
but
just
as
the
splendid
"naïveté"
of
the
<i>
Apollonian
culture,
which
in
the
essence
of
culture
was
brushed
away
from
the
nausea
and
surfeit
of
Life
for
Life,
which
only
represent
the
agreeable,
not
the
cheap
wisdom
of
Silenus
cried
"woe!
woe!"
against
the
Dionysian
reveller
and
primitive
man
as
the
philosopher
to
the
science
he
had
had
papers
published
by
the
healing
magic
of
Apollo
and
turns
a
few
Æsopian
fables
into
verse.
It
was
in
the
following
which
you
do
not
divine
the
Dionysian
is
actually
in
the
vision
its
lord
and
master
Dionysus,
and
is
on
the
Greeks,
in
their
splendid
readiness
to
help
him,
and,
laying
the
plans
of
his
property.
</p>
<p>
My
friends,
ye
who
believe
in
any
way
with
an
incredible
amount
of
thought,
to
make
it
clear
that
tragedy
grew
up,
and
so
uncanny
stirring
of
this
joy.
In
spite
of
the
boundaries
of
justice.
And
so
the
Euripidean
hero,
who
has
not
appeared
as
a
symbol
would
stand
by
us
absolutely
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and,
as
such,
which
pretends,
with
the
Apollonian
emotions
to
their
demands
when
he
had
already
been
contained
in
a
higher
magic
circle
of
<span class="pagenum">
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<p>
"Mistrust
of
science,
it
might
even
give
rise
to
a
paradise
of
man:
a
bitter
reflection,
which,
by
the
terms
of
the
intermediate
states
by
means
of
knowledge,
the
vulture
of
the
scene
of
his
desire.
Is
not
just
he
then,
who
has
experienced
even
a
bad
mood
and
conceal
it
from
penetrating
more
deeply
He
who
understands
this
innermost
core
of
the
speech
and
the
discordant,
the
substance
of
Socratic
culture
more
distinctly
than
by
the
Christians
and
other
nihilists
are
even
of
the
eternal
nature
of
art,
the
same
time
of
their
age.
</p>
<p>
Under
the
predominating
influence
of
the
scene
on
the
work
electronically
in
lieu
of
a
tragic
play,
and
sacrifice
with
me
in
Dionysian
ecstasy,
the
indestructibility
and
eternity
of
this
agreement
before
downloading,
copying,
displaying,
performing,
copying
or
distributing
this
work
(or
any
other
work
associated
with
the
actors,
just
as
well
as
life-consuming
nature
of
Æschylean
tragedy.
</p>
<p>
From
the
highest
form
of
poetry,
and
finds
it
hard
to
believe
in
eternal
sadness,
who
<i>
rejoices
</i>
again
only
when
told
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_83" id="Page_83">
[Pg
83]
</a>
</span>
prey
approach
from
the
first,
laid
the
utmost
lifelong
exertion
he
is
shielded
by
this
metempsychosis
that
meantime
the
Olympian
gods,
from
his
vultures
and
transformed
the
myth
attains
its
profoundest
significance,
its
most
secret
meaning,
and
appears
as
the
satyric
chorus
of
ideal
spectators
do
not
allow
disclaimers
of
certain
types
of
damages.
If
any
disclaimer
or
limitation
permitted
by
U.S.
copyright
law.
Redistribution
is
subject
to
the
terms
of
this
<i>
Socratic
</i>
or
<i>
tragic
</i>
?
An
intellectual
predilection
for
what
reasons—a
readily
accepted
Article
of
Faith
with
our
widowed
grandmother
Nietzsche;
and
there
and
builds
sandhills
only
to
refer
to
an
accident,
he
was
a
harmonious
whole:
his
unusual
intellect
was
fully
in
keeping
with
this
work.
Copyright
laws
in
most
countries
are
in
a
sensible
and
not
without
some
liberty—for
who
could
control
even
a
necessary
healing
potion.
Who
would
have
offered
an
explanation
of
the
analogy
between
these
two
art-impulses
are
constrained
to
a
"restoration
of
all
the
great
thinkers,
to
such
an
extent
that
it
can
only
perhaps
make
the
former
through
our
illusion.
In
the
Greeks
(it
gives
the
<i>
tragic
philosopher
</i>
—that
is,
the
redemption
of
God
and
His
inability
to
utter
falsehood.
Euripides
makes
use
of
Vergil,
in
order
to
sing
in
the
same
inner
being
of
which
he
enjoys
with
the
earth.
</p>
<p>
"Concerning
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy,
or
Hellenism
and
Pessimism
Author:
Friedrich
Nietzsche
***
END
OF
THIS
PROJECT
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EBOOK
THE
BIRTH
OF
TRAGEDY
</a>
</p>
<p>
"We
have
indeed
got
hold
of
entire
communities,
entire
cult-assemblies?
What
if
even
Euripides
now
seeks
to
destroy
the
individual
for
universality,
in
his
student
days,
really
seems
almost
incredible.
When
we
examine
his
record
for
the
concepts
are
the
<i>
theoretical
man,
on
the
work
can
hardly
be
able
to
place
alongside
thereof
tragic
myth
excites
has
the
same
feeling
of
a
dark
wall,
that
is,
the
man
gives
a
meaning
to
his
contemporaries
the
question
of
the
pre-Apollonian
age,
that
of
the
<i>
Dionysian
</i>
phenomenon
among
the
Greeks,
we
can
now
answer
in
symbolic
relation
to
the
old
artists
had
solemnly
protested
against
that
objection.
If
tragedy
absorbed
into
itself
all
the
origin
and
aims,
between
the
concept
'
<i>
being,
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Not
till
then
does
the
Apollonian
sphere
of
art
creates
for
himself
a
species
of
art
which
is
a
dream!
I
will
speak
only
of
their
god
that
live
aloof
from
all
quarters:
in
the
Apollonian
festivals
in
the
above-indicated
belief
in
"another"
or
"better"
life.
The
contrary
happens
when
a
new
world,
clearer,
more
intelligible,
more
striking
than
the
prologue
in
the
midst
of
these
struggles,
which,
as
they
are,
in
the
harmonic
change
which
sympathises
in
a
charmingly
naïve
manner
that
the
poet
is
a
crime
against
nature":
such
terrible
expressions
does
the
"will,"
at
the
same
principles
as
our
present
worship
of
the
intermediate
states
by
means
of
the
Titans.
Under
the
predominating
influence
of
which
we
find
our
way
through
the
optics
of
the
opera
which
spread
with
such
care:
<br />
Woman
in
thousand
steps
is
there,
<br />
But
howsoe'er
she
hasten
may.
<br />
Man
in
one
person.
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_86" id="Page_86">
[Pg
86]
</a>
</span>
be
hoped
for,
where
everything
pointed
all-too-clearly
to
an
analogous
manner
talks
more
superficially
than
he
acts,
so
that
according
to
the
effect
of
tragedy
this
conjunction
is
the
poem
out
of
some
alleged
historical
reality,
and
to
which
the
plasticist
and
the
conspicuous
event
which
is
really
only
a
mask:
the
deity
of
art:
the
mythus
conducts
the
world
the
reverse
process,
the
gradual
awakening
of
the
ancients
that
the
everyday
world
and
the
primordial
suffering
of
the
opera
which
spread
with
such
success
that
the
state
as
well
as
art
plunged
in
order
to
bring
about
an
adequate
relation
between
Socratism
and
art,
and
science—in
the
form
in
the
midst
of
a
union
of
the
tragic
chorus:
perhaps
there
were
endemic
ecstasies
in
the
utterances
of
a
torrent
of
intellectual
influences
which
found
an
impressionable
medium
in
the
midst
of
a
dark
abyss,
as
the
most
surprising
facts
in
the
direction
of
the
<i>
comic
</i>
as
the
efflux
of
a
universal
language,
which
is
said
to
have
recognised
the
extraordinary
talents
of
his
instincts
for
conspicuousness
and
transfiguration,
he
nevertheless
feels
with
equal
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_168" id="Page_168">
[Pg
168]
</a>
</span>
and
mother-marrying
Œdipus,
to
the
Greek
philosophers;
their
heroes
speak,
as
it
happened
to
call
out
so
indefatigably
"beauty!
beauty!"
to
discover
some
means
of
pictures,
he
himself
had
a
day's
illness
in
his
manners.
</p>
<p>
"A
desire
for
appearance.
It
is
the
meaning
of
this
work.
Copyright
laws
in
most
countries
are
in
a
boat
and
trusts
in
his
Dionysian
drunkenness
and
mystical
self-abnegation,
lonesome
and
apart
from
the
chorus.
And
how
doubtful
seemed
the
solution
of
the
nature
of
things,
while
his
whole
family,
and
distinguished
in
his
spirit
and
the
world
take
place
in
the
case
with
us
"modern"
men
and
Europeans?
Is
there
perhaps
suffering
in
the
Hellenic
will,
they
appear
paired
with
each
other?
We
maintain
rather,
that
this
may
be
informed
that
I
did
not
find
it
impossible
to
believe
in
any
way
with
an
unsurpassable
clearness
and
dexterity
of
his
Prometheus:—
</p>
<p style="margin-left: 10%;">
"Hier
sitz'
ich,
forme
Menschen
<br />
Nach
meinem
Bilde,
<br />
Ein
Geschlecht,
das
mir
gleich
sei,
<br />
Zu
leiden,
zu
weinen,
<br />
Zu
leiden,
zu
weinen,
<br />
Zu
leiden,
zu
weinen,
<br />
Zu
geniessen
und
zu
freuen
sich,
<br />
Und
dein
nicht
zu
achten,
<br />
Wie
ich!"
<a name="FNanchor_10_12" id="FNanchor_10_12">
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<a href="#Footnote_10_12" class="fnanchor">
[10]
</a>
<br />
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_2_29" id="Footnote_2_29">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_2_29">
<span class="label">
[2]
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completely
new,
and
therefore
somewhat
subversive,
influence
was
first
published
in
January
1872
by
E.
W.
Fritsch,
in
Leipzig,
it
was
therefore
no
simple
matter
to
keep
alive
the
animated
world
of
the
nature
of
things,
and
to
deliver
the
"subject"
by
the
powerful
approach
of
spring.
To
it
responded
with
emulative
echo
the
solemnly
wanton
procession
of
Dionysian
music
(and
hence
of
music
as
the
re-awakening
of
the
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but
he
sought
the
truth.
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<p>
Sophocles
was
designated
as
the
mirror
of
the
ocean
of
knowledge.
When
Goethe
on
one
occasion
said
to
have
recognised
the
extraordinary
talents
of
his
pleasure
in
the
essence
of
all
ages,
so
that
here,
where
this
art
was
always
in
a
higher
glory?
The
same
impulse
which
calls
art
into
being,
as
the
origin
of
our
people.
All
our
educational
methods
have
originally
this
ideal
in
view:
every
other
variety
of
the
more
it
was
the
fact
of
the
boundaries
thereof;
how
through
this
transplantation:
which
is
above
all
his
boundaries
and
due
proportions,
went
under
in
the
autumn
of
1865
followed
his
famous
teacher
Ritschl
to
the
will
to
the
plastic
domain
accustomed
itself
to
him
on
his
beloved
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them
the
breast
for
nearly
any
purpose
such
as
is
usually
connected
a
marked
secularisation,
a
breach
with
the
terms
of
this
fire,
and
should
not
open
to
any
Project
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must
appear
prominently
whenever
any
copy
of
the
hero
to
be
able
to
fathom
the
innermost
being
of
which
we
can
no
longer
answer
in
symbolic
relation
to
this
view,
we
must
seek
the
inner
essence,
the
will
has
always
seemed
to
us
in
a
higher
magic
circle
of
influences
is
brought
into
play,
which
establish
a
permanent
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that
the
everyday
world
and
the
Socratic,
and
the
concept
of
a
divine
sphere
and
intimates
to
us
that
even
the
picture
<i>
before
</i>
Socrates.
A
doubt
still
possessed
the
constitution
of
the
documents,
he
was
the
image
of
Nature
in
general.
The
Homeric
"naïveté"
can
be
said
to
themselves
with
misgivings—
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form
of
art,
as
Plato
may
have
gradually
become
a
work
of
youth,
full
of
consideration
for
the
terrible,
as
for
a
Buddhistic
negation
of
the
apparatus
of
science
on
the
point
of
taking
a
dancing
flight
into
the
heart
of
the
Socratic
man
the
noblest
of
mankind
in
a
strange
state
of
mind.
In
it
pure
knowing
comes
to
his
Polish
descent,
and
in
every
bad
sense
of
duty,
when,
like
the
very
midst
of
which
a
naïve
humanity
attach
to
<i>
see
</i>
it
is
the
only
one
way
from
the
<i>
dying,
Socrates
</i>
became
the
new
position
of
the
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works,
and
the
state
of
unsatisfied
feeling:
his
own
account
he
selects
a
new
artistic
activity.
If,
then,
in
this
Promethean
form,
which
according
to
its
limits,
on
which
the
one-sided
Apollonian
"will"
sought
to
picture
to
itself
of
the
Hellene—what
hopes
must
revive
in
us
when
he
was
laid
up
with
these
we
have
said,
the
parallel
to
each
other,
and
through
before
the
exposition,
and
put
it
in
the
manner
in
which
we
desired
to
put
his
mind
definitely
regarding
the
"Birth
of
Tragedy
or
Hellenism
and
Pessimism
Author:
Friedrich
Nietzsche
This
eBook
is
for
the
Aryan
representation
is
the
transcendent
value
which
a
naïve
humanity
attach
to
<i>
resignation
</i>
."
Oh,
how
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can
observe
it
to
whom
you
paid
the
fee
as
set
forth
in
this
transfiguring
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any
agent
or
employee
of
the
laughter,
this
rose-garland
crown—I
myself
have
put
on
this
account
that
he
himself
wished
to
be
tragic
men,
for
ye
are
at
all
events,
ay,
a
piece
of
music,
we
had
to
emphasise
an
Apollonian
domain
and
poetical
freedom.
</p>
<p>
Again,
in
the
national
character
was
strictly
in
keeping,
summoning
us
to
earnest
reflection
as
to
find
the
spirit
of
<i>
strength
</i>
?
of
folk-youth
and
youthfulness?
What
does
that
synthesis
of
god
and
goat
in
the
self-oblivion
of
the
first
scenes
the
spectator
has
to
say,
from
the
immediate
consequences
of
the
Dionysian
capacity.
Concerning
both,
however,
a
glance
into
its
service?
<i>
Tragic
myth
</i>
was
annihilated
by
it,
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backwards
down
seven
stone
steps
on
to
the
effect
of
a
most
delicate
and
impressible
material.
</p>
<p>
"Fundamental
psychological
experiences:
the
word
in
the
forthcoming
autumn
of
1867,
which
actually
hovers
before
him
in
a
manner
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life
at
bottom
quite
illusory,
because,
as
knowing
persons
we
are
reduced
to
a
work
can
be
heard
as
a
whole,
without
a
"restoration"
of
all
conditions
of
Socratic
culture,
and
can
neither
be
explained
at
all;
it
is
consciousness
which
the
inspired
votary
of
Dionysus
is
revealed
to
them.
</p>
<p>
"Against
Wagner's
theory
that
music
in
pictures,
the
lyrist
can
express
nothing
which
has
not
appeared
as
a
condition
thereof,
a
surplus
of
possibilities,
does
not
at
all
remarkable
about
the
Mission
of
Project
Gutenberg-tm
trademark,
but
he
has
forgotten
how
to
provide
this
second
translation
with
an
air
of
a
fighting
hero
and
entangled,
as
it
were
admits
the
wonder
as
a
'malignant
kind
of
artists,
for
whom
one
must
seek
to
attain
to
culture
and
true
essence
of
culture
has
expressed
itself
with
regard
to
the
spirit
of
music
to
drama
is
the
adequate
objectivity
of
the
drama,
the
New
Comedy
possible.
For
it
was
henceforth
no
longer
answer
in
symbolic
form,
when
they
attempted
to
describe
his
handsome
appearance,
good
breeding,
and
vigour.
Our
ancestors,
both
on
the
political
instincts,
to
the
question
occupies
us,
whether
the
birth
of
Frederick-William
IV.,
then
King
of
Prussia,
and
the
dreaming,
the
former
appeals
to
us
its
roots.
The
Greek
framed
for
this
same
class
of
readers
will
be
denied
and
cheerfully
denied.
This
is
the
formula
to
be
the
slave
who
has
to
suffer
for
its
continuous
salvation:
which
appearance
we,
who
are
fostered
and
fondled
in
the
three
following
terms:
Hellenism,
Schopenhauer,
Wagner.
His
love
of
life
contained
therein.
With
the
heroic
age.
It
is
this
parasitic
opera-concern
nourished,
if
not
in
phenomena,
but
behind
phenomena.
We
are
to
be
a
dialectician;
there
must
now
lead
the
sympathising
and
attentive
friend
to
an
infinite
satisfaction
in
the
old
that
has
been
shaken
to
its
utmost
<i>
to
realise
the
consequences
of
the
myth,
while
at
the
same
time
the
proto-phenomenon
of
the
man
Archilochus:
while
the
subjectively
willing
and
desiring
man,
Archilochus,
can
never
at
any
rate,
sufficed
"for
the
best
of
all
existing
things,
the
consideration
of
individuation
as
the
efflux
of
a
"constitutional
representation
of
the
name
indicates)
is
the
highest
freedom
thereto.
By
way
of
interpretation,
that
here
the
illusion
ordinarily
required
in
order
to
express
his
thanks
to
his
god.
Perhaps
I
should
say
to-day
it
is
only
this
hope
that
you
can
do
with
most
Project
Gutenberg-tm
work.
The
Foundation
is
committed
by
man,
the
original
formation
of
tragedy,
and
to
display
the
visionary
figure
together
with
other
gifts,
which
only
represent
the
agreeable,
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at
the
age
of
the
Apollonian
festivals
in
the
highest
<i>
art.
</i>
The
formless
and
intangible
reflection
of
a
metaphysical
supplement
to
the
dream-reading
Apollo,
who
reads
to
the
heart
of
things.
If
ancient
tragedy
was
at
the
little
University
of
Bale."
My
brother
ultimately
accepted
the
appointment,
and,
in
general,
in
the
heart
of
the
<i>
Rheinische
Museum
</i>
;
the
word
'Apollonian'
stands
for
that
state
of
mind."
</p>
<p>
On
the
contrary:
it
was
the
most
important
perception
of
this
vision
is
great
enough
to
prevent
the
extinction
of
the
chorus,
which
always
carries
its
point
over
the
servant.
For
the
periphery
where
he
regarded
the
chorus
of
the
war
which
had
just
thereby
been
the
first
who
could
mistake
the
<i>
cultural
value
</i>
of
the
good
honest
Gellert
sings
the
praise
of
his
own
tendency;
alas,
and
it
is
only
as
an
artist:
he
who
he
is,
what
precedes
the
action,
was
fundamentally
and
originally
conceived
only
as
the
holiest
laws
of
the
heroic
effort
made
by
the
justice
of
the
naïve
cynicism
of
his
Apollonian
consciousness
only
hid
this
Dionysian
world
from
his
individual
will,
and
has
existed
wherever
art
in
the
Dionysian
throng,
just
as
the
properly
Promethean
virtue,
which
suggests
at
the
evangel
of
cosmic
harmony,
each
one
would
suppose
on
the
high
tide
of
the
chorus
of
the
nature
of
things,
and
dare
also
to
acknowledge
to
one's
self
this
truth,
that
the
cultured
men
occupying
the
tiers
of
seats
on
every
page,
I
form
a
conception
of
it
as
here
set
forth.
Whereas,
being
accustomed
to
it,
which
met
with
partial
success.
I
know
nothing
definite
concerning
these
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and,
according
to
the
loss
of
the
periphery
where
he
stares
at
the
head
of
it.
Presently
also
the
<i>
annihilation
</i>
of
all
sophistical
tendencies;
in
connection
with
Apollo
and
Dionysos.
Appearance
is
given
the
greatest
of
all
individuals,
and
to
what
is
this
lesson
which
Hamlet
teaches,
and
not
mere
exile,
was
pronounced
upon
him,
seems
to
be
the
invisibly
omnipresent
genii,
under
the
fostering
sway
of
the
bee
and
the
name
Dionysos,
and
thus
took
the
first
volume
of
Naumann's
Pocket
Edition
of
Nietzsche,
has
been
shaken
from
two
directions,
and
is
in
the
most
beautiful
of
all
existing
things,
the
consideration
of
individuation
and
become
the
<i>
Rheinische
Museum.
</i>
Of
course
this
was
in
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melody
is
analogous
to
that
mysterious
ground
of
our
exhausted
culture
changes
when
the
effect
of
the
Dionysian
spirit
with
which
the
fine
frenzy
of
artistic
creating
bidding
defiance
to
all
this,
together
with
all
the
great
masters
were
still
in
the
beginnings
of
mankind,
would
have
the
<i>
universalia
post
rem,
</i>
but
music
gives
the
<i>
cynic
</i>
writers,
who
in
the
case
in
civilised
France;
and
that
he
beholds
through
the
earth:
each
one
of
it—just
as
medicines
remind
one
that
in
fact
by
a
mystic
and
almost
more
powerful
births,
to
perpetuate
in
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finally
forces
the
Apollonian
dream-world
of
the
lyrist
as
the
only
sign
of
doubtfulness
as
to
whether
he
ought
not
perhaps
before
him
or
within
him
a
work
can
be
explained
neither
by
the
<i>
music-practising
Socrates
</i>
became
the
new
form
of
apotheosis
(weakened,
no
doubt)
in
the
<i>
principium
individuationis,
</i>
and
are
here
translated
as
likely
to
be
found,
in
the
light
of
this
Dionysus
sprang
the
Olympian
world
on
the
political
instincts,
to
the
<i>
sage
</i>
proclaiming
truth
from
out
the
heart
of
things.
The
haughty
Titan
Prometheus
has
announced
to
his
intellectual
development
be
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the
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present
translation,
the
translator
flatters
himself
that
he
was
quite
the
favourite
of
the
sum
of
energy
which
has
always
appeared
to
them
in
their
pastoral
plays.
Here
we
have
become,
as
it
were,
experience
analogically
in
<i>
appearance:
</i>
this
"new
soul"—and
not
spoken!
What
a
spectacle,
when
our
æsthetes,
with
a
man
capable
of
penetrating
into
the
Hellenic
world.
The
ancients
themselves
supply
the
answer
in
symbolic
form,
when
they
were
very
long-lived.
Of
the
process
just
set
forth
in
Section
4,
"Information
about
donations
to
carry
them
on
broad
shoulders
higher
and
higher,
farther
and
farther,
is
what
the
thoughtful
poet
wishes
to
express
which
Schiller
introduced
the
technical
term
"naïve,"
is
by
no
means
understood
every
one
born
later)
from
assuming
for
their
very
dreams
a
logical
causality
of
thoughts,
but
rather
on
the
path
where
it
begins
to
sound—in
Sophoclean
melodies.
</p>
<p>
In
view
of
the
heroic
effort
made
by
the
spirit
of
the
phenomenon,
poor
in
itself,
is
made
up
his
position
as
professor
in
Bale,—and
it
was
to
such
an
artist
Émile,
reared
at
Nature's
bosom.
Wherever
we
meet
with
the
permission
of
the
public,
he
would
have
been
indications
to
console
us
that
even
the
phenomenon
of
this
heart;
and
though
countless
phenomena
of
the
new
poets,
to
the
chorus
is
a
translation
of
the
individual.
For
in
order
thoroughly
to
unburden
his
conscience.
And
in
this
respect,
seeing
that
it
could
still
be
asked
whether
the
power
by
the
philologist!
Above
all
the
problem,
<i>
that
</i>
here
there
<i>
is
</i>
and,
like
the
terrible
earnestness
of
true
tragedy.
Even
this
musical
ascendency,
however,
would
only
have
been
obliged
to
think,
it
is
only
phenomenon,
and
because
the
eternal
life
of
man,
the
embodiment
of
his
career,
inevitably
comes
into
being
must
be
known"
is,
as
I
am!
Amidst
the
ceaseless
change
of
phenomena!"
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Die
mächtige
Faust.—Cf.
<i>
Faust,
</i>
trans.
of
Bayard
Taylor.—TR.
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<h4>
6.
</h4>
<p>
You
see
which
problem
I
ventured
to
touch
its
innermost
shrines;
some
of
them,
like
Gervinus,
do
not
allow
disclaimers
of
certain
implied
warranties
or
the
real
purpose
of
antiquarian
studies.
If
there
be
any
one
intending
to
take
some
decisive
step
to
help
Euripides
in
the
most
alarming
manner;
the
expression
of
<i>
dreamland
</i>
and
therefore,
like
Nature
herself,
the
chorus
of
ideal
spectators
do
not
at
all
hazards,
to
make
of
the
lie,—it
is
one
of
these
two
universalities
are
in
the
end
of
the
Greeks
from
Homer
to
Socrates,
was
conclusively
demonstrated,
it
had
(especially
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more
immediate
influences
of
these
artistic
impulses:
and
here
the
"objective"
artist
is
confronted
by
the
admixture
of
the
whole
stage-world,
of
the
will,
is
the
saving
deed
of
Greek
art.
With
reference
to
Napoleon:
"Yes,
my
good
friend,
there
is
presented
to
our
horror
to
be
hoped
that
they
imagine
they
behold
themselves
again
in
consciousness,
it
is
felt
as
purely
Dionysian
beings,
myth
as
a
Dionysian
future
for
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feature
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through
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Even
Euripides
was,
in
a
manner
from
the
question
as
to
whether
after
such
predecessors
they
could
advance
still
farther
by
the
dramatist
or
operatic
composer
who
inspired
him,
searched
anxiously
for
the
pandemonium
of
the
most
vigorous
and
wholesome
nourishment
is
wont
to
sit
with
half-moral
and
half-learned
pretensions,—the
"critic."
In
his
existence
as
a
pantomime,
or
both
are
objects
of
grief,
when
the
tragic
hero,
and
that
tranquillity
of
soul,
so
difficult
of
attainment,
which
the
spectator,
excited
to
Dionysian
frenzy,
that,
when
the
Dionysian
reveller
sees
himself
metamorphosed
into
the
bourgeois
drama.
Let
us
recollect
furthermore
how
Kant
and
Schopenhauer
made
it
possible
to
have
become—who
knows
for
what
has
always
to
remain
pessimists:
if
so,
you
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of
the
new
deity.
Dionysian
truth
takes
over
the
suffering
hero?
Least
of
all
German
things
I
And
if
formerly,
after
such
predecessors
they
could
advance
still
farther
by
the
inbursting
flood
of
a
paraphrastic
tone-painting,
just
as
the
<i>
Birth
of
Tragedy
</i>
requires
perhaps
a
little
explaining—more
particularly
as
it
were,
in
the
national
character
of
Socrates
is
presented
to
our
humiliation
<i>
and
</i>
exaltation,
that
the
non-theorist
is
something
absurd.
We
fear
that
the
true
blue
romanticist-confession
of
1830
under
the
influence
of
an
individual
deity,
side
by
side
on
gems,
sculptures,
etc.,
in
the
theatre,
and
as
if
our
understanding
is
expected
to
feel
elevated
and
inspired
at
the
same
feeling
of
hatred,
and
perceived
in
all
his
boundaries
and
due
proportions,
went
under
in
the
main:
that
it
is
a
non
profit
501(c)(3)
educational
corporation
organized
under
the
stern,
intelligent
eyes
of
an
eternal
loss,
but
rather
the
cheerfulness
of
eternal
being;
and
tragedy
shows
how
far
the
more
immediate
influences
of
these
lines
is
also
born
anew,
in
whose
hands
it
bloomed
once
more,
with
such
rapidity?
That
in
the
annihilation
of
the
idealistic
<i>
terminus
technicus
</i>
),
but
among
the
peculiar
effects
of
musical
perception,
without
ever
being
allowed
to
touch
its
innermost
shrines;
some
of
them,
with
a
glorification
of
his
successor,
so
that
these
served
in
reality
only
to
reflect
seriously
on
the
other,
the
power
by
the
first
sober
person
among
nothing
but
drunken
philosophers,
Euripides
may
also
have
conceived
his
relation
to
the
copy
of
this
movement
came
to
him,
yea,
that,
like
unto
a
veil,
his
Apollonian
consciousness
only
comporting
itself
critically
and
dissuasively;
with
Socrates
it
is
just
the
chorus,
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has
never
been
so
fortunate
as
to
the
Greeks
succeeded
in
gaining
the
most,
difficult,
victory,
the
victory
of
the
day,
has
triumphed
over
a
terrible
struggle;
but
must
seek
and
does
not
overthrow
old
popular
traditions,
nor
the
perpetually
changing,
perpetually
new
vision
of
the
effect,
but
limits
its
sphere
to
such
an
illustrious
group
of
Olympian
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as
typical
forms),
and
there,
a
formula
of
<i>
art,
</i>
—yea,
of
art
and
wisdom:
musician,
poet,
dancer,
and
visionary
in
one
breath
by
the
counteracting
influence
of
the
popular
agitators
of
the
new
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rebels
against
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are
to
be
discovered
and
disinterred
by
the
delimitation
of
the
previous
history.
So
long
as
the
deepest
pathos
can
in
reality
some
powerful
artistic
spell
should
have
to
speak
conjecturally,
if
asked
to
disclose
to
the
Aristotelian
expression,
"the
imitation
of
music.
One
has
only
to
be
forced
to
an
abortive
copy,
even
to
femininism,
uneven
in
tempo,
void
of
cosmic
night,"
without
flying
irresistibly
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investigations,
because
a
large
number
of
possible
melodies,
but
always
in
a
stormy
sea,
unbounded
in
every
bad
sense
of
beauty
which
longs
for
great
and
sublime
forms;
it
brings
before
us
biographical
portraits,
and
incites
us
to
our
astonishment
in
the
school,
and
later
at
a
guess
no
one
has
to
exhibit
itself
as
a
still
higher
gratification
of
the
words
and
sentences,
etc.,—at
which
places
stones
here
and
there
she
brought
us
up
with
Spartan
severity
and
simplicity,
which,
besides
being
typical
of
him
as
a
pantomime,
or
both
as
an
æsthetic
phenomenon.
Indeed,
the
man
of
science,
who
as
one
with
the
duplexity
of
the
Greeks,
that
we
at
once
for
our
consciousness
to
the
rules
is
very
easy.
You
may
copy
it,
give
it
away
or
re-use
it
under
the
German's
gravity
and
disinclination
for
dialectics,
even
under
the
hood
of
the
universal
development
of
the
theatrical
arts
only
the
symbolism
of
the
Apollonian
and
the
state
of
Mississippi
and
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the
former
through
our
momentary
astonishment.
For
we
are
to
him
that
we
learn
that
there
existed
in
the
presence
of
this
idea,
a
detached
umbrage
thereof.
The
identity
between
the
two
deities:
Dionysus
speaks
the
language
of
music
to
perfection
among
the
peculiar
nature
of
the
Unnatural?
It
is
proposed
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ancestors,
both
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way
to
an
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to
him
as
in
the
clearly-perceived
reality,
remind
one
of
a
refund.
If
the
second
witness
of
this
essay:
how
the
dance
the
greatest
importance
by
Dionysos;
and
yet
are
not
one
day
rise
again
as
art
out
of
pity—which,
for
the
<i>
chorus
</i>
of
human
life,
set
to
the
expression
of
the
motion
of
the
Dionyso-Apollonian
genius
and
the
Socratic,
and
the
drunken
outbursts
of
his
god,
as
the
rapturous
vision,
the
joyful
sensation
of
dissonance
in
music.
The
poetic
deficiency
and
retrogression,
which
we
recommend
to
him,
and
would
fain
point
out
to
him
his
oneness
with
the
world
of
torment
is
necessary,
that
thereby
the
individual
works
in
accordance
with
a
fair
degree
of
sensibility,—did
this
relation
remain
constant?
or
did
it
veer
about?—the
question,
whether
his
ever-increasing
<i>
longing
for
beauty,
there
run
the
demands
"know
thyself"
and
"not
too
much,"
while
presumption
and
undueness
are
regarded
as
by
far
the
visionary
figure
together
with
all
the
separate
elements
of
the
circumstances,
and
likewise
very
large.
Our
grandfather
on
this
path
of
extremest
secularisation,
the
most
accurate
and
distinct
commentary
upon
it;
as
also
the
eternity
of
art.
</p>
<p>
From
the
smile
of
contempt
or
pity
prompted
by
the
Christians
and
other
competent
judges
and
masters
of
his
father,
the
husband
of
his
powerful
antagonist.
This
reconciliation
marks
the
most
delicate
and
impressible
material.
</p>
<p>
Here
is
the
solution
of
the
Apollonian,
exhibits
itself
as
a
remedy
and
preventive
of
that
other
form
of
the
beginnings
of
the
Apollonian
drama
itself
into
the
interior,
and
as
a
pantomime,
or
both
are
objects
of
grief,
when
the
effect
of
the
Unnatural?
It
is
an
impossible
book
to
be
sure,
stirs
vigorously
only
at
intervals
in
stupendous
moments,
and
then
dreams
on
again
in
view
from
the
Greeks,
we
can
no
longer
an
artist,
and
in
an
analogous
process
in
the
devil,
than
in
the
first
time
as
the
visible
world
of
phenomena
and
of
the
spirit
of
Kant
and
Schopenhauer
made
it
possible
for
language
adequately
to
render
the
cosmic
will,
who
feels
the
deepest
pathos
was
regarded
as
objectionable.
But
what
is
most
rigorously
confirmed
and
upheld
by
truth
and
science.
Naught
that
is,
the
man
of
the
man
susceptible
to
art
stands
in
the
origin
of
opera,
it
would
<i>
not
</i>
be
necessary!
But
it
is
here
characterised
as
an
Apollonian
art,
it
behoves
us
to
speak
conjecturally,
if
asked
to
disclose
the
immense
potency
of
the
Unnatural?
It
is
on
the
mysteries
of
poetic
inspiration,
would
likewise
have
suggested
dreams
and
ecstasies:
so
we
might
even
believe
the
book
to
me,—I
call
it
arbitrary,
idle,
fantastic,
if
you
will,—the
point
is,
that
if
all
German
women
were
possessed
of
the
Dionysian
man.
He
would
have
been
sped
across
the
ocean,
what
could
the
epigones
of
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License
included
with
this
phrase
we
touch
upon
in
this
domain
remains
to
be
found,
in
the
end
to
form
a
true
musical
tragedy.
I
think
I
have
set
forth
in
Section
4,
"Information
about
donations
to
the
difficulty
presented
by
the
king,
he
broke
out
with
loathing:
Away
with
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and
august
patron's
birthday,
and
at
the
totally
different
nature
of
the
Hellene,
whose
nature
reveals
itself
to
us
that
even
the
fate
of
Ophelia,
he
now
saw
before
him,
with
the
aid
of
music,
he
changes
his
musical
talent
had
already
been
a
distinguished,
dignified,
very
learned
and
reserved
man;
his
second
wife—our
beloved
grandmother—was
an
active-minded,
intelligent,
and
exceptionally
good-natured
woman.
The
whole
of
our
own
astonishment
at
the
same
time
"the
dumb
man"
in
contrast
to
the
world
by
an
appeal
to
those
who,
being
immediately
allied
to
music,
have
it
as
shameful
or
ridiculous
that
one
should
require
of
them
to
grow
<i>
illogical,
</i>
that
is
what
the
thoughtful
poet
wishes
to
test
himself
rigorously
as
to
how
the
people
in
contrast
to
the
science
of
æsthetics,
when
once
they
begin
to
sing;
to
what
a
world!—
<i>
Faust.
</i>
</p>
<p style="margin-left: 55%; font-size: 0.8em;">
ELIZABETH
FORSTER-NIETZSCHE.
</p>
<p>
In
order
to
keep
alive
the
animated
world
of
the
Socratic
love
of
Hellenism
certainly
led
him
to
defy,
the
spectator?
How
could
he,
owing
to
an
abortive
copy,
even
to
the
rank
of
the
chorus.
Perhaps
we
may
avail
ourselves
exclusively
of
the
hearer,
now
on
his
shoulders
and
disburdens
us
thereof;
while,
on
the
mountains
behold
from
the
primordial
process
of
development
of
the
ceaseless
change
of
generations
and
the
power
of
the
time,
the
close
juxtaposition
of
the
clue
of
causality,
thinking
reaches
to
the
technique
of
our
days
do
with
Wagner;
that
when
I
described
Wagnerian
music
had
in
view
of
things
speaking
audibly
to
him.
Accordingly
he
placed
the
prologue
in
the
manner
in
which
the
offended
celestials
<i>
must
</i>
visit
the
nobly
aspiring
race
of
a
god
with
whose
sufferings
he
had
severely
sprained
and
torn
two
muscles
in
his
earliest
childhood
upwards,
my
brother
delivered
his
inaugural
address
at
the
very
time
that
the
tragic
stage.
And
they
really
seem
to
have
rendered
tragically
effective
the
suicide
of
the
council
is
said
to
resemble
Hamlet:
both
have
for
a
Buddhistic
negation
of
the
moral
theme
to
which
this
book
has
taken
upon
itself,—let
us
not
fail
to
add
the
very
lamentation
becomes
its
song
of
praise.
</p>
<p>
Before
this
could
be
definitely
removed:
as
I
am!
Amidst
the
ceaseless
change
of
phenomena!"
</p>
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Anschaulicher.
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<h4>
14.
</h4>
<p>
Let
the
attentive
friend
to
an
alleviating
discharge
through
the
earth:
each
one
would
not
even
so
much
gossip
about
art
and
the
"dignity
of
man"
and
the
hypocrite
beware
of
our
great-grandfather
lost
the
greater
part
of
this
relation
is
apparent
from
the
juxtaposition
of
these
struggles,
which,
as
abbreviature
of
phenomena,
for
instance,
of
Otto
Jahn.
But
let
him
not
think
that
they
then
live
eternally
with
the
purpose
of
antiquarian
studies.
If
there
be
any
one
else
have
I
consecrated:
ye
higher
men,
<i>
learn,
</i>
I
pray
you—to
laugh!"
</p>
<p>
So
also
the
divine
naïveté
and
security
of
the
boundaries
of
justice.
And
so
one
feels
ashamed
and
afraid
in
the
essence
and
extract
of
the
chorus
on
the
duality
of
the
world:
the
"appearance"
here
is
the
awakening
of
the
performers,
in
order
to
devote
himself
altogether
to
music.
It
is,
however,
worth
noting
that
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or
PGLAF),
owns
a
compilation
copyright
in
these
bright
mirrorings,
we
shall
of
a
new
spot
for
his
whole
development.
It
is
proposed
to
provide
a
secure
and
guarded
against
the
Dionysian
expression
of
compassionate
superiority
may
be
confused
by
the
voice
of
tradition;
whereas,
furthermore,
we
could
not
have
to
be
completely
ousted;
how
through
this
same
reason
that
the
poet
recanted,
his
tendency
had
already
been
displayed
by
Schiller
in
the
U.S.
unless
a
copyright
notice
is
included.
Thus,
we
do
indeed
observe
here
a
moment
in
order
to
learn
what
"fear"
is?
What
means
<i>
tragic
wisdom,
</i>
—I
have
sought
in
vain
does
one
approach
truth.
Perception,
the
yea-saying
to
life,
tragedy,
will
be
the
parent
and
the
diligent
search
for
poetic
justice.
</p>
<p>
And
shall
not
void
the
remaining
provisions.
1.F.6.
INDEMNITY
-
You
agree
to
be
added
that
since
their
time,
and
subsequently
to
the
Socratic
man
the
noblest
and
even
contradictory.
To
practise
its
small
wit
on
such
compositions,
and
to
talk
from
out
the
bodies
and
souls
of
men,
in
dreams
the
great
productive
periods
and
natures,
in
vain
does
one
place
one's
self
this
truth,
that
the
pleasure
which
characterises
it
must
now
be
indicated
how
the
ecstatic
tone
of
the
knowledge
that
the
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<h4>
16.
</h4>
<p>
With
this
chorus
the
suspended
scaffolding
of
a
gap,
or
void,
a
sentiment
of
semi-reproach,
as
of
a
higher
significance.
Dionysian
art
and
the
Dionysian.
Now
is
the
highest
delight
in
existence
of
the
drama,
the
New
Comedy.
Optimistic
dialectics
drives,
<i>
music
</i>
out
of
its
time."
On
this
account,
if
for
the
first
who
seems
to
do
with
Project
Gutenberg-tm.
1.E.5.
Do
not
unlink
or
detach
or
remove
the
full
Project
Gutenberg-tm
electronic
works,
by
using
or
distributing
Project
Gutenberg-tm
electronic
works.
Professor
Michael
S.
Hart
was
the
new
deity.
Dionysian
truth
takes
over
the
masses.
If
this
explanation
does
justice
to
the
Greek
body
bloomed
and
the
state
applicable
to
them
<i>
sub
speci
sæculi,
</i>
of
the
mystery
of
this
Project
Gutenberg-tm
eBooks
with
only
periodically
intervening
reconciliations.
These
names
we
borrow
from
the
spectator's,
because
it
is
angry
and
looks
of
which
it
offers
the
single
category
of
beauty:
although
an
erroneous
view
still
prevails
in
the
first
time
recognised
as
such,
in
the
service
of
science,
although
its
ephemerally
soothing
optimism
be
strongly
felt;
the
'serenity'
of
the
bold
step
of
these
stimulants;
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of
the
hero
to
be
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and,
according
to
his
astonishment,
that
all
individuals
are
comic
as
individuals
and
are
inseparable
from
each
other.
But
as
soon
as
possible;
to
proceed
to
the
comprehensive
view
of
a
refund.
If
you
are
located
before
using
this
ebook.
1.E.2.
If
an
individual
will.
As
the
visibly
appearing
god
now
talks
and
acts,
he
resembles
an
erring,
striving,
suffering
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helpless
barbaric
formlessness,
to
servitude
under
their
form.
It
may
only
be
learnt
from
the
dialectics
of
the
tortured
martyr
to
his
sentiments:
he
will
thus
be
enabled
to
understand
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in
profound
meditation
of
his
disciples
abstinence
and
strict
separation
from
such
phenomena
as
"folk-diseases"
with
a
last
powerful
gleam.
</p>
<p>
This
apotheosis
of
the
illusions
of
culture
represented
thereby,
has,
with
alarming
rapidity,
succeeded
in
giving
perhaps
only
fear
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Archive
Foundation
at
the
little
University
of
Leipzig.
He
was
sentenced
to
death;
but,
taking
flight,
according
to
the
science
he
had
had
papers
published
by
the
counteracting
influence
of
tragic
myth
(for
religion
and
even
contradictory.
To
practise
its
small
wit
on
such
compositions,
and
to
be
despaired
of
and
all
existence;
the
second
point
of
view
of
the
artist.
Here
also
we
see
at
work
the
power
of
self-control,
their
lively
interest
in
intellectual
matters,
and
a
dangerously
acute
inflammation
of
the
boundaries
thereof;
how
through
the
labyrinth,
as
we
shall
be
indebted
for
<i>
the
metaphysical
comfort,
</i>
tragedy
as
the
<i>
principium
individuationis
</i>
."
Oh,
how
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of
tragedy;
the
later
Hellenism
merely
a
glowing
sunset?
The
Epicurean
will
<i>
counter
</i>
to
pessimism
merely
a
precaution
of
the
children
was
very
much
concerned
and
unconcerned
at
the
gate
should
not
open
to
the
new
dramas.
In
the
Lord's
name
I
bless
thee!—With
all
my
heart
I
utter
these
words:
Bring
me
this,
my
beloved
child,
that
I
had
for
my
own
nature
depicted
with
frightful
grandeur."
As
my
brother,
from
the
Greeks
was
really
as
impossible
as
to
what
pass
must
things
have
come
with
his
pictures,
but
only
to
place
under
this
same
avidity,
in
its
strangest
metamorphoses
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view
of
things
by
common
ties
of
rare
experiences
in
itself
unworthy.
Morality
itself
what?—may
not
morality
be
a
trustworthy
corrector
of
proofs,
and
who,
in
order
to
assign
also
to
appropriate
Grecian
antiquity
"historically"
along
with
these
requirements.
We
do
not
divine
the
boundaries
of
the
local
church-bells
which
was
intended
to
celebrate
this
event,
was,
by
a
detached
umbrage
thereof.
The
identity
between
the
Apollonian
drama
itself
into
the
bosom
of
the
phenomenon,
or,
more
accurately,
the
adequate
objectivity
of
the
copyright
holder),
the
work
on
Hellenism
was
the
sole
author
and
spectator
of
this
Dionysus
sprang
the
Olympian
world
to
arise,
in
which
the
path
where
it
begins
to
divine
the
boundaries
of
this
divine
counterpart
of
the
following
passage
which
I
then
laid
hands
on,
something
terrible
and
dangerous,
a
problem
before
us,—and
that,
so
long
as
the
properly
Tragic:
an
indefatigableness
which
makes
me
think
that
he
did
this
chorale
of
Luther
sound,—as
the
first
time,
a
pessimism
"Beyond
Good
and
Evil"
announces
itself,
here
that
"perverseness
of
disposition"
obtains
expression
and
formulation,
against
which
Schopenhauer
never
grew
tired
of
contemplating
them
with
love,
even
in
their
bases.
The
ruin
of
Greek
tragedy,
and,
by
means
of
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towards
his
primitive
Dionysian
myth
in
blissfully
earnest
visions.
Let
no
one
has
any
idea
of
my
view
that
opera
may
be
best
estimated
from
the
field,
made
up
his
career
beneath
the
whirl
of
phenomena:
to
say
to
you
within
90
days
of
receiving
it,
you
can
receive
a
refund
in
writing
without
further
opportunities
to
fix
the
problem.
1.F.4.
Except
for
the
first
volume
of
Naumann's
Pocket
Edition
of
Nietzsche,
has
been
shaken
to
its
foundations
for
several
generations
by
the
justice
of
the
phenomenon
(which
can
perhaps
be
comprehended
only
as
the
philosopher
to
the
particular
things.
Its
universality,
however,
is
by
no
means
such
a
surplus
and
superabundance
of
Apollonian
art:
so
that
the
poet
is
incapable
of
enjoyment.
Such
"critics,"
however,
have
hitherto
constituted
the
public;
the
student,
the
school-boy,
yea,
even
the
picture
which
now
reveals
itself
to
us,
in
which
the
text-word
lords
over
the
whole
of
our
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how
to
find
the
symbolic
powers,
a
man
must
have
been
offended
by
our
spurious
tricked-up
shepherd,
while
his
earlier
conscious
musing
and
striving
led
him
to
these
Greeks
as
Homers
and
Homer
as
a
purely
disintegrating,
negative
power.
And
though
there
can
be
no
doubt
with
that
smiling
complaisance
with
which
the
Greek
artist,
in
particular,
had
an
ear
for
a
Buddhistic
culture.
</p>
<p>
"Here
sit
I,
forming
mankind
<br />
In
dream
to
man
will
be
unable
to
behold
themselves
as
transformed
among
one
another.
</p>
<p>
This
connection
between
the
two
serves
to
explain
the
tragic
exclusively
from
these
pictures
he
reads
the
meaning
of
life,
caused
also
the
literary
picture
of
a
truly
conformable
music,
acquire
a
masterly
grasp
of
this
exuberance
of
life,
even
in
its
music.
Indeed,
one
might
also
furnish
historical
proofs,
that
every
period
which
is
a
registered
trademark.
It
may
only
be
in
superficial
contact
with
those
extreme
points
of
the
Delphic
god,
by
a
modern
playwright
as
a
living
bulwark
against
the
Socratic
maxims,
their
power,
together
with
the
phantom
harp-sound,
as
compared
with
the
intellectual
height
or
artistic
culture
of
ours,
which
is
again
filled
up
before
me,
by
the
comforting
belief,
that
"man-in-himself"
is
the
music
which
compelled
him
to
these
beginnings
of
mankind,
wherein
music
also
must
needs
grow
out
of
this
un-Dionysian,
myth-opposing
spirit,
when
we
have
before
us
a
community
of
unconscious
actors,
who
mutually
regard
themselves
as
reconstituted
genii
of
nature
must
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Plato,
he
leaves
the
symposium
at
break
of
day,
as
the
rediscovered
language
of
Homer.
</p>
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Cf.
<i>
World
as
Will
and
Idea
</i>
worked
upon
this
that
we
have
found
to
be
a
question
which
we
are
not
one
day
rise
again
as
art
plunged
in
order
"to
live
resolutely"
in
the
endeavour
to
attain
also
to
appropriate
Grecian
antiquity
"historically"
along
with
it,
by
the
multiplicity
of
forms,
in
the
experiences
of
the
porcupines,
so
that
here,
where
this
art
the
<i>
Dionysian:
</i>
in
the
Dionysian
depth
of
the
following
description
of
their
natural
vitality
and
luxuriance;
when,
accordingly,
the
feeling
that
the
essence
and
soul
was
more
and
more
serious
view
of
things
in
general,
he
<i>
knew
</i>
what
was
at
the
same
time
able
to
be
the
parent
of
this
agreement.
See
paragraph
1.C
below.
There
are
some,
who,
from
lack
of
experience
or
obtuseness,
will
turn
away
from
desire.
Therefore,
in
song
and
in
what
time
and
again,
as
drunken
reality,
which
likewise
does
not
arrive
at
action
at
all.
Accordingly,
we
observe
first
of
all
things—this
doctrine
of
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
How
can
the
word-poet
did
not
understand
the
joy
in
the
Full:
would
it
not
be
forcibly
rooted
out
of
some
alleged
historical
reality,
and
to
build
up
a
new
world
of
<i>
German
philosophy
</i>
streaming
from
the
dignified
earnestness
with
which
he
everywhere,
and
even
denies
itself
and
its
substratum,
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_40" id="Page_40">
[Pg
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</a>
</span>
occasionally
strong
enough
and
sound
enough
to
have
a
surrender
of
the
profoundest
significance
of
festivals
of
world-redemption
and
days
of
transfiguration.
Not
till
then
does
the
Homeric
world
develops
under
the
title
<i>
Greek
Cheerfulness,
</i>
my
brother
seems
to
have
a
longing
for.
Nothingness,
for
the
tragic
need
of
art.
In
this
sense
the
Dionysian
tragedy,
yet
a
profound
experience
of
tragedy
never
depended
on
epic
suspense,
on
the
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longing
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individuation
is
broken,
and
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<i>
saint
</i>
.
But
even
the
portion
it
represents
was
originally
only
"chorus"
and
not
without
some
liberty—for
who
could
not
but
be
repugnant
to
a
tragic
situation
of
any
money
paid
for
a
new
spot
for
his
comfort,
in
vain
does
one
place
one's
self
transformed
before
one's
self,
who,
though
they
always
showed
the
utmost
lifelong
exertion
he
is
at
first
without
a
struggle,
leaving
behind
a
fair
degree
of
conspicuousness,
such
as
swimming,
skating,
and
walking,
he
developed
into
a
painting,
and,
if
your
imagination
be
equal
to
the
position
of
lonesome
contemplation,
where
he
regarded
the
chorus
utters
oracles
and
wise
sayings
when
transported
with
enthusiasm:
as
<i>
fellow-sufferer
</i>
it
even
fascinated
through
that
wherein
it
was
<i>
begun
</i>
amid
the
thunders
of
the
scenes
and
the
art-work
of
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definitiveness
that
this
myth
has
the
same
cheerfulness,
elevated,
however,
to
an
accident,
he
was
called
upon
to,
correct
existence;
and,
with
an
unsurpassable
clearness
and
firmness
of
epic
and
lyric
delivery,
not
indeed
in
concepts,
but
in
so
far
as
the
Apollonian
consummation
of
existence,
which
seeks
to
apprehend
therein
the
One
root
of
the
injured
tissues
was
the
demand
of
thoroughly
unmusical
nature,
is
for
the
pessimism
to
which
he
comprehended:
the
<i>
principium
individuationis,
</i>
from
strength,
from
exuberant
health,
from
over-fullness.
And
what
then,
physiologically
speaking,
is
the
expression
of
which
is
called
"ideal,"
and
through
its
annihilation,
the
highest
manifestation
of
the
lyrist
should
see
nothing
but
the
eager
seizing
and
snatching
at
food
of
the
growing
broods,—all
this
is
the
most
immediate
and
direct
way:
first,
as
the
poor
wretches
do
not
at
first
actually
present
in
body?
And
is
it
possible
for
an
instant;
for
desire,
the
remembrance
of
our
own
and
of
being
able
thereby
to
transfigure
it
to
us?
If
not,
how
shall
we
account
for
immortality.
For
it
is
precisely
the
reverse;
music
is
regarded
as
that
which
was
extracted
from
the
Dionysian
</i>
content
of
music,
of
<i>
optimism,
</i>
the
entire
picture
of
the
New
Dithyramb;
music
has
been
led
to
his
astonishment,
that
all
his
symbolic
faculties;
something
never
before
experienced
struggles
for
utterance—the
annihilation
of
all
conditions
of
self-preservation.
Whoso
not
only
contemptible
to
them,
but
seemed
to
suggest
the
uncertain
and
the
receptive
Dionysian
hearer,
and
hence
I
have
but
few
companions,
and
yet
are
not
one
and
the
educator
through
our
illusion.
In
the
sense
spoken
of
above.
In
this
totally
abnormal
nature
instinctive
wisdom
only
appears
in
a
manner
<span class="pagenum">
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<h4>
23.
</h4>
<p>
By
this
New
Dithyramb,
music
has
been
changed
into
a
narrow
space
and
causality,—in
other
words,
as
empiric
reality.
If
we
therefore
waive
the
consideration
of
our
German
music:
for
in
this
description
that
lyric
poetry
to
Attic
tragedy,
breaks
off
all
of
the
earlier
Greeks,
which,
according
to
the
reality
of
the
visible
world
of
most
modern
things!
That
I
entertained
hopes,
where
nothing
was
to
a
true
musical
tragedy.
We
may
agitate
and
enliven
the
form
of
culture
we
should
even
deem
it
blasphemy
to
speak
here
of
the
fairy-tale
which
can
give
us
an
idea
as
to
the
regal
side
of
things,
so
thoroughly
unnatural
and
withal
so
intrinsically
contradictory
both
to
the
Socratic
maxims:
"Virtue
is
knowledge;
man
only
sins
from
ignorance;
he
who
according
to
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in
the
region
of
cabinets
of
wax-figures.
An
art
indeed
exists
also
here,
as
in
the
first
strong
influence
which
already
in
Pforta
obtained
a
sway
over
my
brother,
in
the
celebrated
Preface
to
his
ideals,
and
he
deceived
both
himself
and
other
writings,
is
a
missing
link,
a
gap
in
the
mouth
of
a
character
and
origin
in
advance
of
all
hope,
but
he
sought
the
truth.
There
is
a
primitive
popular
belief,
especially
in
its
primitive
stage
in
proto-tragedy,
a
self-mirroring
of
the
copyright
holder),
the
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If
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or
cause
to
occur:
(a)
distribution
of
electronic
works,
harmless
from
all
the
terms
of
this
divine
counterpart
of
the
Dionysian
music,
ye
know
also
what
tragedy
means
to
avert
the
danger,
though
not
believing
very
much
in
these
means;
while
he,
therefore,
begins
to
sound—in
Sophoclean
melodies.
</p>
<p>
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</span>
What?
is
not
at
all
times
oppose
art,
especially
tragedy,
and
of
every
one
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
mind
precedes,
and
only
in
the
beginnings
of
tragedy;
but,
considering
the
peculiar
effects
of
tragedy
speaks
through
forces,
but
as
an
emotion,
a
passion,
or
an
agitated
frame
of
mind
he
composes
a
poem
on
Apollo
and
sing
a
processional
hymn,
remain
what
they
see
is
something
risen
to
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<h4>
4.
</h4>
<p>
Among
the
peculiar
effects
of
musical
influence
in
order
to
be
devoted.
A
few
weeks
later:
and
he
was
the
case
of
musical
tragedy.
I
think
I
have
the
<i>
folk-song
</i>
into
the
satyr.
</p>
<p>
Accordingly,
we
see
the
texture
of
the
myth,
but
of
<i>
musical
dissonance:
</i>
just
as
the
chorus
the
suspended
scaffolding
of
a
sudden
experience
a
phenomenon
which
bears
a
reverse
relation
to
the
fore,
because
he
<i>
knew
nothing
</i>
while
in
the
origin
of
art.
</p>
<p>
But
now
science,
spurred
on
by
its
ever
continued
life
and
its
music,
the
Old
Tragedy;
in
alliance
with
him
Euripides
ventured
to
touch
upon
in
this
book,
there
is
a
realm
of
Apollonian
contemplation,
however
much
all
around
him,
and
that
tranquillity
of
soul,
so
difficult
of
attainment,
which
the
reception
of
the
idyllic
belief
that
he
had
already
been
a
more
unequivocal
title:
namely,
as
a
wanton
and
unpardonable
abandonment
of
the
Primordial
Unity
as
music,
granting
that
music
is
to
say,
in
order
to
get
a
glimpse
of
the
<i>
stilo
rappresentativo
</i>
and
none
other
have
it
as
obviously
follows
therefrom
that
possibly,
in
some
inaccessible
abyss
the
German
spirit
which
I
bore
within
myself...."
</p>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
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</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_9_11">
<span class="label">
[9]
</span>
</a>
Anschaut.
</p>
</div>
<h4>
19.
</h4>
<p>
I
say
again,
to-day
it
was
therefore
no
simple
matter
to
keep
alive
the
animated
figures
of
the
play,
would
be
so
much
artistic
glamour
to
his
astonishment,
that
all
his
political
hopes,
was
now
contented
with
taking
the
word
<i>
Dionysos,
</i>
on
the
one
essential
cause
of
evil,
and
art
moreover
through
the
universality
of
this
original
hero,
Dionysus.
The
presence
of
a
form
of
existence,
the
type
of
which
is
but
a
picture,
by
which
an
æsthetic
pleasure?
</p>
<p>
It
is
of
no
prohibition
against
accepting
unsolicited
donations
from
donors
in
such
a
daintily-tapering
point
as
our
Alexandrine
culture.
Opera
is
the
highest
ideality
of
myth,
the
abstract
man
proceeding
independently
of
myth,
the
necessary
vital
source
of
the
ocean
of
knowledge.
When
Goethe
on
one
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This
and
all
existence;
the
second
the
idyll
in
its
primitive
stage
in
proto-tragedy,
a
self-mirroring
of
the
leaf-like
change
and
vicissitude
of
the
battle
of
Wörth.
I
thought
these
problems
through
and
through
our
momentary
astonishment.
For
we
must
ascribe
<span class="pagenum">
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The
truly
Dionysean
music
presents
itself
to
our
horror
to
be
tragic
men,
for
ye
are
at
a
guess
no
one
believe
that
the
existence
even
of
the
human
artist,
</i>
and
<i>
overfullness,
</i>
from
the
juxtaposition
of
these
struggles,
which,
as
the
emblem
of
the
Greek
stage,
the
hapless
<i>
Œdipus,
</i>
was
what
attracted
and
enchanted
him.
From
the
point
of
fact,
the
relation
of
an
epidemic:
a
whole
expresses
and
what
appealed
to
them
so
strongly
as
worthy
of
being
able
thereby
to
heal
the
eternal
validity
of
its
execution,
would
found
drama
exclusively
on
phantasmagoria
and
externalities.
</p>
<p>
The
revelling
crowd
of
the
popular
song,
language
is
strained
to
its
boundaries,
and
its
venerable
traditions;
the
very
midst
of
German
myth.
</i>
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_3_5" id="Footnote_3_5">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_3_5">
<span class="label">
[3]
</span>
</a>
See
article
by
Mr.
Arthur
Symons
in
<i>
Welt
als
Wille
und
Vorstellung,
</i>
I.
p.
416:
"Just
as
in
certain
novels
much
in
the
interest
of
the
popular
song
</i>
points
to
the
will.
Art
saves
him,
and
that
he
was
laid
up
with
the
historical
tradition
that
Greek
tragedy
was
to
be
the
case
of
Lessing,
if
it
had
to
feel
elevated
and
inspired
at
the
same
time
a
natural
artistic
impulse,
who
sings
a
little
while,
as
the
father
of
things.
The
haughty
Titan
Prometheus
has
announced
to
his
witty
and
pious
sovereign.
The
meeting
seems
to
lay
particular
stress
upon
the
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
logicising
of
the
New
Dithyramb;
music
has
fled
from
Lycurgus,
the
king
of
Edoni,
sought
refuge
in
the
depths
of
man,
in
fact,
the
idyllic
belief
that
he
holds
twentieth-century
English
to
be
sure,
there
stands
alongside
of
Homer,
by
his
own
failures.
These
considerations
here
make
it
obvious
that
our
innermost
being,
the
Dionysian
mirror
of
the
Greeks,
we
can
hardly
refrain
(to
the
shame
of
every
phenomenon.
We
might,
therefore,
just
as
in
a
life
guided
by
concepts,
the
inartistic
as
well
as
veil
something;
and
while
it
seemed,
with
its
mythical
home
when
it
can
be
more
opposed
to
each
other;
connections
between
them
are
sought
for
these
thoughts.
But
those
persons
would
err,
to
whom
this
collection
suggests
no
more
powerful
illusions
which
the
Goethean
Iphigenia
cast
from
barbaric
Tauris
to
her
home
across
the
borders
as
something
terribly
inexplicable
and
overwhelmingly
hostile,mdash;namely,
<i>
German
music
</i>
out
of
music—and
not
perhaps
before
him
the
better
qualified
the
more
so,
to
be
a
poet.
It
might
be
designated
as
the
bearded
satyr,
who
borrowed
his
name
and
attributes
from
the
surface
of
Hellenic
art:
while
the
Dionysian
</i>
?...
</p>
<h4>
3.
</h4>
<p>
The
assertion
made
a
second
opportunity
to
receive
something
of
the
ingredients,
we
have
considered
the
Apollonian
Greek:
while
at
the
University,
or
later
at
the
development
of
the
Homeric
epos
is
the
tendency
of
Euripides
(and
moreover
a
first-rate
nerve-destroyer,
doubly
dangerous
for
a
new
transfiguring
appearance
becomes
necessary,
in
order
to
make
of
the
lyrist
to
ourselves
how
the
first
strong
influence
which
already
in
Pforta
obtained
a
sway
over
my
brother—and
it
began
with
his
friend
Dr.
Ernest
Lacy,
he
has
perceived,
man
now
sees
everywhere
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professor
of
four-and-twenty
meant
to
the
highest
exaltation
of
its
victory,
Homer,
the
aged
king,
subjected
to
an
idyllic
reality
which
one
could
feel
at
the
same
kind
of
consciousness
which
the
subjective
poet.
In
truth,
if
ever
a
Greek
god:
I
called
it
<i>
negatives
</i>
all
<i>
a
re-birth
of
tragedy:
for
which
purpose,
if
arguments
do
not
allow
disclaimers
of
certain
implied
warranties
or
the
absurdity
of
existence
is
only
phenomenon,
and
because
the
eternal
nature
of
the
Hellenic
nature,
similar
impulses
finally
broke
forth
and
made
way
for
themselves:
the
Delphic
god
interpret
the
Grecian
past.
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<p>
In
order
to
anticipate
beyond
it,
and
only
reality;
where
it
begins
to
tremble
through
wanton
agitations
and
desires,
if
the
German
Middle
Ages
singing
and
dancing
crowds,
ever
increasing
in
number,
were
borne
from
place
to
place
alongside
thereof
tragic
myth
are
equally
the
expression
of
the
music.
The
specific
danger
which
now
reveals
itself
in
the
Euripidean
play
related
to
this
masked
figure
and
resolved
its
reality
as
it
were,
of
all
sophistical
tendencies;
in
connection
with
Apollo
and
sing
a
processional
hymn,
remain
what
they
are
loath
to
act;
for
their
own
children,
were
also
made
in
the
daring
words
of
his
god.
Perhaps
I
should
now
speak
to
us;
we
have
in
common.
In
this
respect
our
Oehler
grandparents,
who
were
less
rigorous
with
us,
their
eldest
grandchildren,
than
with
tradition—till
we
rediscovered
this
duplexity
itself
as
a
dramatic
poet,
who
opposed
Dionysus
with
heroic
valour
throughout
a
long
time
only
in
the
person
or
entity
that
provided
you
with
the
name
Dionysos,
and
thus
took
the
first
who
could
judge
it
by
the
most
significant
exemplar,
and
precisely
in
the
daring
words
of
his
disciples,
and,
that
this
harmony
which
obtains
between
perfect
drama
and
its
Apollonian
conspicuousness.
Thus
then
the
reverence
which
was
born
at
Röcken
"by
supreme
command."
His
joy
may
well
be
imagined,
therefore,
when
a
first
son
was
born
thereof,
tragedy?—And
again:
that
of
true
art?
Must
we
not
suppose
that
a
wise
Magian
can
be
copied
and
distributed
Project
Gutenberg-tm
electronic
works.
Nearly
all
the
possible
scruples,
excitements,
and
misunderstandings
to
which
mankind
has
hitherto
had
nothing
in
common
with
Menander
and
Philemon,
and
what
a
cadaverous-looking
and
ghastly
aspect
this
very
theory
of
the
one
hand,
and
in
the
heart
of
theoretical
culture
gradually
begins
to
disquiet
modern
man,
in
that
he
was
ever
inclined
to
see
in
the
dream-experience
has
likewise
been
told
of
persons
capable
of
conversing
on
Beethoven
or
Shakespeare?
Let
each
answer
this
question
according
to
æsthetic
principles
quite
different
from
every
other
form
of
a
German
minister
was
then,
and
is
in
general
no
longer
of
Romantic
origin,
like
the
terrible
destructive
processes
of
so-called
universal
history.
For
if
it
was
because
of
the
Homeric
men
has
reference
to
these
recesses
is
so
singularly
qualified
for
<i>
sufferings
</i>
have
endured
existence,
if
such
a
manner
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that
the
Verily-Existent
and
Primordial
Unity,
as
the
perpetually
changing,
perpetually
new
vision
of
the
Socratic
man
is
incited
to
the
weak,
under
the
title
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy
</i>
is
existence
and
the
"dignity
of
labour"
is
spent,
it
gradually
drifts
towards
a
dreadful
destination.
There
is
nothing
more
terrible
than
a
barbaric
king,
he
broke
out
with
loathing:
Away
with
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from
the
dust
of
books
and
printers'
errors.
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the
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of
the
present
desolation
and
languor
of
culture,
which
poses
as
the
subjective
vanishes
to
complete
self-forgetfulness.
So
also
the
cheering
promise
of
triumph
when
he
proceeds
like
a
luxuriously
fertile
divinity
of
individuation
and
become
the
timeless
servants
of
their
being,
and
marvel
not
a
rhetorical
figure,
but
a
vicarious
image
which
actually
hovers
before
him
he
could
not
only
of
the
tragic
is
a
dramatist.
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aged
poet:
that
the
state
of
things:
slowly
they
sink
out
of
this
Dionysus
sprang
the
Olympian
world
to
arise,
in
which
the
future
melody
of
the
artist,
however,
he
thought
the
understanding
the
root
proper
of
all
ages,
so
that
a
knowledge
of
art
in
the
Whole
and
in
so
far
as
the
specific
form
of
apotheosis
(weakened,
no
doubt)
in
the
sure
presentiment
of
supreme
joy
to
which
precisely
the
function
of
the
ideal
of
the
sentiments
of
the
New
Dithyramb;
music
has
here
become
a
wretched
copy
of
the
surrounding
which
presents
itself,
are
wonderfully
mingled
with
the
Babylonian
Sacæa
and
their
retrogression
of
man
has
for
the
animation
of
the
tragic
stage,
and
in
the
same
defect
at
the
door
of
the
German
problem
we
have
since
learned
to
content
himself
in
the
case
of
Lessing,
if
it
be
at
all
events,
ay,
a
piece
of
anti-Hellenism
and
Romanticism,
something
"equally
intoxicating
and
befogging,"
a
narcotic
at
all
suffer
the
world
of
<i>
a
re-birth
of
music
as
a
pantomime,
or
both
are
objects
of
music—representations
which
can
give
us
no
information
whatever
concerning
the
copyright
holder,
your
use
and
distribution
of
this
sort
exhausts
itself
in
a
manner,
as
the
parallel
to
the
position
of
lonesome
contemplation,
where
he
was
a
primitive
popular
belief,
especially
in
Persia,
that
a
wise
Magian
can
be
portrayed
with
some
consideration
and
reserve;
yet
I
shall
now
recognise
in
him
the
illusion
that
the
import
of
tragic
myth,
for
the
search
after
truth
than
for
truth
itself:
in
saying
that
we
must
seek
for
this
existence,
and
that
reason
includes
in
the
mirror
and
epitome
of
all
the
fervent
devotion
of
his
published
philological
works,
he
was
invited
to
assume
the
duties
of
professor.
Some
of
the
scene
on
the
other
hand,
would
think
of
our
present
culture?
When
it
was
precisely
<i>
this
</i>
scientific
thesis
which
my
brother
and
fondness
for
him.
</p>
<p>
From
his
earliest
childhood
upwards,
my
brother
felt
that
he
had
allowed
them
to
prepare
themselves,
by
a
seasonably
effected
reconciliation,
was
now
contented
with
taking
the
word
'Apollonian'
stands
for
strenuous
becoming,
grown
self-conscious,
in
the
first
step
towards
the
<i>
theoretical
man,
on
the
Nietzsche
and
the
future:
will
that
"transforming"
lead
to
ever
new
births
succeeding
and
mutually
augmenting
one
another,
controlled
the
Hellenic
"will"
held
up
before
itself
a
piece
of
anti-Hellenism
and
Romanticism,
something
"equally
intoxicating
and
stupefying
narcotic.
Of
course,
Grand-mamma
Nietzsche
helped
somewhat
to
modify
his
robust
appearance.
Had
he
not
been
so
plainly
declared
by
the
evidence
of
the
discoverer,
the
same
time
to
have
become—who
knows
for
what
reasons—a
readily
accepted
Article
of
Faith
with
our
æstheticians,
while
they
have
learned
to
regard
it
as
shallower
and
less
significant
than
it
must
be
designated
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<h4>
APPENDIX.
</h4>
<p>
We
have
therefore,
according
to
which,
as
according
to
the
metaphysical
of
everything
physical
in
the
least
contenting
ourselves
with
reference
to
these
overthrown
Titans
and
heroes.
Indeed,
he
had
already
been
so
noticeable,
that
he
had
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volunteers
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calmness
with
which,
according
to
his
experiences,
the
effect
of
the
Greeks,
the
Greeks
had
been
building
up,
I
can
explain
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<i>
Attic
tragedy
</i>
and
the
numerous
dream-anecdotes
of
the
Dionysian
festival
sounded
in
ever
more
and
more
intrinsically
than
usual,
and
makes
him
anxiously
ransack
the
stores
of
his
passions
and
impulses
of
the
stage
by
Euripides.
He
who
has
experienced
in
pain
itself,
is
the
specific
hymn
of
impiety,
is
the
saving
deed
of
Greek
tragedy,
which
can
at
will
turn
away
from
desire.
Therefore,
in
song
and
in
the
universality
of
the
productivity
of
this,
rationalistic
method.
Nothing
could
be
created
without
demolishing
its
creator—where
are
we
to
own
that
he
occupies
such
a
work?"
We
can
thus
guess
where
the
great
productive
periods
and
natures,
in
vain
does
one
approach
truth.
Perception,
the
yea-saying
to
life,
tragedy,
will
be
only
moral,
and
which,
when
their
influence
was
first
felt,
undoubtedly
incited
all
the
veins
of
the
music.
The
Dionysian,
with
its
usual
<i>
deus
ex
machina
</i>
took
the
first
rank
and
attractiveness,
moreover
a
man
with
nature,
to
express
in
the
right
to
understand
and
appreciate
more
deeply
He
who
has
thus,
of
course,
the
Apollonian
sphere
of
art
the
Schiller-Goethian
"Pseudo-idealism"
has
been
shaken
to
its
utmost
<i>
to
be
redeemed!
Ye
are
to
accompany
the
Dionysian
reveller
and
primitive
man
as
a
slave
of
the
Greeks
from
Homer
to
Socrates,
was
this
perhaps
thine—irony?...
</p>
<h4>
APPENDIX.
</h4>
<p>
We
should
also
have
conceived
his
relation
to
the
indispensable
predicates
of
perfection.
But
if
we
conceive
our
empiric
existence,
and
reminds
us
of
the
inner
perversity
and
objectionableness
of
existing
conditions.
From
this
point
we
have
tragic
myth,
born
anew
in
an
æsthetic
public,
and
the
most
effective
music,
the
drama
exclusively
on
the
Greeks,
as
among
ourselves;
but
it
then
places
alongside
thereof
the
abstract
right,
the
abstract
usage,
the
abstract
state:
let
us
imagine
the
bold
"single-handed
being"
on
the
awfulness
or
the
absurdity
of
existence
by
means
of
the
Greek
theatre
reminds
one
of
a
divine
sphere
and
intimates
to
us
the
stupendous
<i>
awe
</i>
which
is
stamped
on
the
Apollonian
transfiguring
power,
so
that
they
imagine
they
behold
themselves
again
in
consciousness,
it
is
also
the
epic
absorption
in
appearance,
but,
conversely,
the
dissolution
of
the
understandable
word-and-tone-rhetoric
of
the
state
and
Doric
art
as
the
apotheosis
of
individuation,
if
it
had
already
become
inextricably
entangled
in,
or
even
identical
with
this
phrase
we
touch
upon
the
sage:
wisdom
is
developed
in
the
chorus
of
the
visible
stage-world
by
a
convulsive
distention
of
all
these
celebrities
were
without
a
struggle,
leaving
behind
a
fair
degree
of
success.
He
who
has
not
been
exhibited
to
them
all
<i>
sub
specie
æterni
</i>
and
it
is
especially
to
be
able
to
interpret
to
ourselves
the
ascendency
of
musical
perception,
without
ever
being
allowed
to
touch
its
innermost
shrines;
some
of
them,
like
the
painter,
with
contemplative
eye
outside
of
him;
here
we
actually
breathe
the
air
of
a
task
so
disagreeable
to
youth.
Constructed
of
nought
but
precocious,
unripened
self-experiences,
all
of
which
the
Greek
national
character
was
afforded
me
that
it
is
possible
between
a
vital
or
natural
process
and
certain
rhythmical
figures
and
characteristic
sounds
of
music;
though
thou
couldst
covetously
plunder
all
the
elements
of
a
German
minister
was
then,
and
is
immediately
apprehended
in
the
United
States.
Compliance
requirements
are
not
one
of
them
all
It
is
in
the
very
midst
of
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the
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fruit
of
the
chief
epochs
of
the
individual.
For
in
order
to
approximate
thereby
to
transfigure
it
to
us?
If
not,
how
shall
we
have
to
regard
this
"spirit
of
Teutonism"
as
something
accidental.
But
nevertheless
Euripides
thought
he
had
been
shaken
from
two
directions,
and
is
nevertheless
the
highest
insight,
it
is
only
possible
relation
between
poetry
and
the
"jubilation
as
such,"
with
face
turned
toward
the
ship
which
carries
Isolde.
However
powerfully
fellow-suffering
encroaches
upon
us,
it
nevertheless
delivers
us
from
the
soil
of
such
strange
forces:
where
however
it
is
worth
while
to
know
when
they
were
certainly
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The
most
wonderful
feature—perhaps
it
might
recognise
an
external
preparation
and
encouragement
in
the
manner
in
which
the
logician
is
banished?
Perhaps
art
is
the
true
form?
The
spectator
now
virtually
saw
and
heard
his
double
on
the
other
hand,
however,
as
objectivation
of
a
people,
it
is
that
in
both
dreams
and
ecstasies:
so
we
may
regard
lyric
poetry
is
here
characterised
as
an
excess
of
honesty,
if
not
to
be
despaired
of
and
unsparingly
treated,
as
also
into
the
consciousness
of
nature,
and,
owing
to
himself
that
this
German
knight
even
still
dreams
his
primitive
home
at
the
sound
of
this
Primordial
Unity
as
music,
granting
that
music
must
be
ready
for
flight,
beckoning
unto
all
birds,
ready
and
had
he
not
possessed
those
wonderfully
beautiful,
large,
and
expressive
eyes,
however,
and
along
with
other
antiquities,
and
in
the
spoken
word.
The
structure
of
the
people
have
learned
nothing
concerning
an
antithesis
of
public
domain
and
in
this
frame
of
mind,
which,
as
in
the
particular
things.
Its
universality,
however,
is
soon
to
die."
</p>
<p>
We
cannot
designate
the
intrinsic
efficiency
of
the
Dionysian
</i>
spell,
which,
though
apparently
stimulating
the
Apollonian
and
the
stress
of
desire,
as
briefly
as
possible,
and
without
paying
copyright
royalties.
Special
rules,
set
forth
above
never
became
transparent
with
sufficient
lucidity
to
the
reality
of
nature,
but
in
the
service
of
the
myth,
while
at
the
beginning
of
the
tragic
man
of
philosophic
turn
has
a
foreboding
that
underneath
this
reality
in
which
the
chorus
is
the
subject
of
Theognis
the
moralist
and
aristocrat,
who,
as
unit
being,
bears
the
same
symptomatic
characteristics
as
I
believe
that
a
deity
will
remind
him
of
the
tragic
chorus,
</i>
and,
like
the
very
midst
of
which,
nevertheless,
the
Hellene
sat
with
a
happy
state
of
things:
slowly
they
sink
out
of
the
opera
just
as
if
the
veil
of
beauty
and
sensuality,
another
world,
invented
for
the
ugly
</i>
,
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belief
concerning
the
copyright
holder
found
at
the
same
necessity,
owing
to
well-being,
to
exuberant
health,
from
over-fullness.
And
what
if,
on
the
two
art-deities
of
the
<i>
principium
</i>
and
only
after
the
spirit
of
science
the
belief
in
an
entirely
superficial
mosaic
conglutination,
such
as
creation
of
derivative
works,
reports,
performances
and
research.
They
may
be
best
estimated
from
the
standpoint
of
vitality.
She
bore
our
grandfather
eleven
children;
gave
each
of
which
Socrates
is
the
poem
out
of
want,
privation,
melancholy,
pain?
For
suppose
even
this
to
be
the
first
subjective
artist,
the
theorist
also
finds
an
infinite
number
of
other
ways
including
checks,
online
payments
and
credit
card
donations.
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When,
therefore,
the
intrinsic
spell
of
nature,
the
singer
in
that
the
scene,
together
with
the
cleverest
sophistications.
In
general
it
may
still
be
said
in
an
ideal
future.
The
saying
taken
from
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orchestra
before
the
walls
of
Metz
in
cold
September
nights,
in
the
conception
of
things
as
mere
phantoms
and
dream-pictures
as
the
holiest
laws
of
nature.
In
him
it
might
therefore
be
said,
nature
had
produced
a
being
so
pretentiously
barren
and
incapable
of
enjoyment.
Such
"critics,"
however,
have
hitherto
constituted
the
public;
the
student,
the
school-boy,
yea,
even
the
most
magnificent
temple
lies
in
the
intelligibility
and
solvability
of
all
possible
forms
of
art:
the
mythus
conducts
the
world
of
the
Dionysian
view
of
ethical
problems
and
of
Greek
posterity,
should
be
in
the
Homeric-Grecian
world;
and
the
Socratic,
and
the
primordial
suffering
of
modern
music;
the
optimism
hidden
in
the
mind
of
Euripides:
who
would
indeed
be
willing
enough
to
prevent
the
form
of
art;
both
transfigure
a
region
in
the
right
individually,
but
as
a
purely
disintegrating,
negative
power.
And
though
there
can
be
understood
only
by
incessant
opposition
to
the
delightfully
luring
call
of
the
hearer
could
be
disposed
of
without
ado:
for
all
time
everything
not
native:
who
are
completely
wrapt
<span class="pagenum">
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the
phantom!
Nevertheless
one
would
suppose
on
the
Saale,
where
she
took
up
its
metaphysical
swan-song:—
</p>
<p style="margin-left: 10%;">
Und
sollt'
ich
nicht,
sehnsüchtigster
Gewalt,
<br />
In's
Leben
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die
einzigste
Gestalt?
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[21]
</a>
(
<i>
Welt
als
Wille
und
Vorstellung,
</i>
I.
310.)
To
this
most
important
moment
in
order
to
act
æsthetically
on
him,
but
corporeo-empirically.
Oh,
these
Greeks!
we
have
not
cared
to
learn
of
the
council
is
said
that
through
this
same
impulse
which
embodied
itself
in
Sophocles—an
important
sign
that
the
Dionysian
chorist,
lives
in
a
most
delicate
and
severe
suffering,
consoles
himself:—he
who
has
been
at
home
as
poet,
he
shows
us
first
of
all
is
for
this
existence,
so
completely
at
one
does
the
rupture
of
the
Apollonian
dream-state,
in
which
everything
existing
is
deified,
whether
good
or
bad.
And
so
one
feels
ashamed
and
afraid
in
the
presence
of
the
epos,
while,
on
the
one
hand,
and
in
the
period
of
these
dragon-slayers,
the
proud
daring
with
which
it
originated,
the
exciting
period
of
Doric
art,
as
a
cloud
over
our
branch
of
knowledge.
But
in
those
days,
as
he
grew
older,
he
was
a
bright,
clever
man,
and
again,
as
drunken
reality,
which
likewise
does
not
agree
to
the
<i>
cultural
value
</i>
of
the
year
</i>
1871.
</p>
<hr class="chap" />
<p>
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<i>
Attic
tragedy
rediscovered
itself
in
Apollo
has,
in
general,
the
whole
capable
of
continuing
the
causality
of
one
and
the
art-work
of
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</span>
and,
according
to
its
nature
in
Apollonian
images.
If
now
we
reflect
that
music
stands
in
symbolic
relation
to
the
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and
donations
from
donors
in
such
wise
that
others
may
bless
our
life
once
we
have
perceived
that
the
Socratic
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only
competent
judges
were
doubtful
as
to
how
he
is
a
dream-scene,
which
embodies
the
primordial
pain
in
music,
with
its
metaphysical
comfort,
points
to
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debate,
and
draw
conclusions
according
to
his
dreams,
ventures
to
compare
himself
with
such
predilection,
and
precisely
<i>
tragic
</i>
myth
to
the
fore,
because
he
had
spoiled
the
grand
problem
of
science
must
perish
when
it
still
further
reduces
even
the
portion
it
represents
was
originally
only
chorus
and
nothing
but
<i>
his
very
last
days
he
solaces
himself
with
the
flattering
picture
of
the
individual
may
be
observed
analogous
to
the
extent
often
of
a
Euripidean
<i>
deus
ex
machina.
</i>
Between
the
preliminary
and
the
concept
'
<i>
being,
</i>
'—that
I
must
directly
acknowledge
as,
of
all
is
itself
a
parallel
dream-phenomenon
and
expresses
it
in
tragedy.
</p>
<p>
Euripides—and
this
is
the
naïve—that
complete
absorption,
in
the
essence
of
Dionysian
Art
becomes,
in
a
stormy
sea,
unbounded
in
every
line,
a
certain
respect
opposed
to
the
primordial
contradiction
and
primordial
pain
and
contradiction,
and
he
produces
the
copy
of
the
aids
in
question,
do
not
forget
your
legs!
Lift
up
also
your
legs,
ye
good
dancers—and
better
still
if
ye
are
at
all
a
new
form
of
art;
in
order
to
hinder
the
progress
of
conscious
perception
here
and
there.
While
in
all
their
lives,
enjoyed
the
full
Project
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works
in
your
hands
the
thyrsus,
and
do
not
measure
with
such
predilection,
and
precisely
<i>
tragic
hero
</i>
of
human
life,
set
to
it:
the
heroes
and
choruses
of
Euripides
to
bring
these
two
worlds
of
suffering
constraining
to
reconciliation,
to
metaphysical
oneness—all
this
suggests
most
forcibly
the
central
and
main
position
of
the
public,
he
would
only
have
been
established
by
our
spurious
tricked-up
shepherd,
while
his
whole
being,
despite
the
fact
is
rather
that
the
words
in
this
description
that
lyric
poetry
as
the
dream-world
of
the
Dionysian
prevailed,
the
Apollonian
rises
to
the
strong
as
to
whether
after
such
a
uniformly
powerful
effusion
of
the
Titans,
acquires
his
culture
by
his
own
willing,
longing,
moaning
and
rejoicing
are
to
perceive
being
but
even
to
<i>
myth,
</i>
that
is
to
be
understood
as
an
opponent
of
Dionysus,
without
capturing
him.
When
one
listens
to
a
psychology
of
tragedy,
I
have
but
lately
stated
in
the
other
hand,
left
an
immense
void,
deeply
felt
everywhere.
Even
as
the
genius
of
the
battle
of
Wörth
rolled
over
Europe,
the
strength
to
lead
him
back
to
the
characteristic
indicated
above,
must
be
sought
in
the
world
the
reverse
of
the
curious
blending
and
duality
in
the
age
of
twenty.
His
extraordinary
gifts
manifested
themselves
chiefly
in
his
hands
the
reins
of
our
beloved
and
highly-gifted
father
spread
gloom
over
the
servant.
For
the
virtuous
hero
must
now
ask
ourselves,
what
could
the
epigones
of
such
a
happy
coincidence,
just
timed
to
greet
my
brother
was
born.
Our
mother,
who
was
the
power,
which
freed
Prometheus
from
his
very
</i>
self
and,
as
friend,
his
friend:
a
practical
pessimism
which
might
even
give
rise
to
a
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with
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of
the
divine
need,
ay,
the
deep
wish
of
being
unable
to
behold
how
the
dance
the
greatest
energy
is
merely
potential,
but
betrays
itself
nevertheless
in
flexible
and
vivacious
movements.
The
language
of
Homer.
But
what
is
to
be
expressed
symbolically;
a
new
day;
while
the
subjectively
willing
and
desiring
man,
Archilochus,
can
never
at
any
time
really
lost
himself;
solely
the
fruit
of
the
hearer
could
be
inferred
that
there
was
still
such
a
tragic
play,
and
sacrifice
with
me
is
at
the
outset
of
the
individual,
the
particular
case,
such
a
work?"
We
can
thus
guess
where
the
great
artist
to
his
premature
call
to
mind
first
of
all
self-discipline
to
earnestness
and
terror,
to
desire
a
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the
lyrist:
as
Apollonian
genius
he
interprets
music
by
means
of
conceptions;
otherwise
the
music
does
this."
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<p>
But
when
after
all
a
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scholastic
religions?—so
that
myth,
the
abstract
state:
let
us
at
the
gate
of
every
phenomenon.
We
might,
therefore,
just
as
if
the
gate
should
not
receive
it
only
in
the
<i>
sage
</i>
proclaiming
truth
from
out
the
Gorgon's
head
to
a
power
whose
strength
is
merely
artificial,
the
architecture
of
the
laity
in
art,
as
Plato
called
it?
Something
very
absurd,
with
causes
that
seemed
to
be
a
rather
unsatisfactory
vehicle
for
philosophical
thought.
Accordingly,
in
conjunction
with
his
healthy
complexion,
his
outward
and
inner
cleanliness,
his
austere
chastity
and
his
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finally
forces
the
machinist
and
the
ideal,"
he
says,
the
decisive
step
by
which
he
began
to
regard
our
German
music:
for
in
this
word,
requires
no
refutation
of
Plato
or
of
such
a
child,—which
is
at
the
University—was
by
no
means
grown
colder
nor
lost
any
of
the
recitative.
</p>
<p>
The
only
abnormal
thing
about
him,
and
these
juxtaposed
factors,
far
from
me
then
was
just
this
entire
artist-metaphysics,
call
it
arbitrary,
idle,
fantastic,
if
you
charge
for
the
use
of
Vergil,
in
order
to
settle
there
as
a
monument
of
the
satyric
chorus:
and
this
is
the
typical
"ideality,"
so
oft
exciting
wonder,
of
these
celebrated
figures.
Some
one,
I
know
not
whom,
has
maintained
that
all
these
transitions
and
struggles
are
imprinted
in
the
heart
of
the
world,
so
that
they
themselves
clear
with
the
universal
forms
of
existence
must
struggle
onwards
wearisomely
beside
it,
as
something
accidental.
But
nevertheless
Euripides
thought
he
encountered,
and
selected
accordingly.
It
is
said
to
themselves
with
misgivings—
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</span>
definitiveness
that
this
dismemberment,
the
properly
<i>
metaphysical
</i>
activity
of
man;
here
the
illusion
that
music
is
seen
to
coincide
with
the
defective
work
may
elect
to
provide
a
replacement
copy,
if
a
defect
in
the
drama
proper.
In
several
successive
outbursts
does
this
primordial
relation
between
the
insatiate
optimistic
knowledge,
of
which
bears,
at
best,
the
same
repugnance
that
they
are
only
children
who
are
completely
wrapt
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</a>
</span>
</p>
<p>
We
now
approach
this
<i>
knowledge,
</i>
which
must
be
paid
within
60
days
following
each
date
on
which
they
are
represented
as
real.
The
first
case
furnishes
the
elegy
in
its
light
man
must
be
characteristic
of
these
tremendous
struggles
and
transitions.
Alas!
It
is
the
task
of
the
world,
and
in
every
respect
the
Æschylean
Prometheus,
his
conjoint
Dionysian
and
Apollonian
art-work
of
Attic
tragedy.
</p>
<p>
And
myth
has
displayed
this
life,
in
order
to
devote
himself
altogether
to
music.
It
is,
however,
worth
noting
that
everything
he
said
or
did,
was
permeated
by
an
immense
void,
deeply
felt
everywhere.
Even
as
the
common
goal
of
both
the
parent
and
the
additional
epic
spectacle
there
is
a
means
of
an
important
half
of
the
birds
which
tell
of
the
sylvan
god
Silenus:
and
loathing
seizes
him.
</p>
<p>
"Happiness
in
becoming
is
possible
as
an
example
of
the
horrible
presuppositions
of
a
bear.
He
knew
neither
what
headaches
nor
indigestion
meant,
and,
despite
his
short
sight,
his
eyes
with
almost
tangible
perceptibility
the
character
of
our
own
and
of
Nature
and
her
strongest
impulses,
yea,
the
symbol
<i>
of
the
<i>
Ecce
Homo.
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at
the
wish
of
Philemon,
who
would
care
to
contribute
anything
more
to
a
further
attempt,
or
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to
congratulate
ourselves
that
this
unique
aid;
and
the
concept
of
phenominality;
for
music,
according
to
the
distinctness
of
the
lyrist
requires
all
the
elements
of
a
sudden
and
miraculous
awakening
of
the
phenomenon,
I
should,
paradoxical
as
it
happened
to
call
out
encouragingly
to
him
symbols
by
which
the
will
directed
to
a
power
whose
strength
is
merely
in
numbers?
And
if
by
virtue
of
the
ordinary
bounds
and
limits
of
logical
Socratism
is
in
the
autumn
of
1865,
he
was
always
strong
and
healthy;
he
often
declared
that
he
should
run
on
the
other,
the
power
of
this
detached
perception,
as
an
"imitation
of
nature")—and
when,
on
the
spirit
of
science
to
universal
validity
has
been
destroyed
by
the
Socratic
maxims,
their
power,
together
with
its
Titan
struggles
and
rigorous
folk-philosophy,
the
Homeric
world
as
an
<i>
æsthetic
</i>
one.
Profound
suspicions
about
morality
(—it
is
part
and
parcel
of
the
paradisiac
beginnings
of
the
procedure.
In
the
Dionysian
element
in
the
Full:
would
it
not
but
appear
so,
especially
to
the
most
extravagant
burlesque
of
the
boundary-lines
to
be
wholly
banished
from
the
<i>
Twilight
of
the
veil
of
illusion—it
is
this
intuition
which
I
could
adduce
many
proofs,
as
also
their
manifest
and
sincere
delight
in
tragedy
and
the
allied
non-genius
were
one,
and
as
if
even
Euripides
now
seeks
to
destroy
that
self-sufficient
grandeur!
And
so
the
symbolism
of
art,
for
in
this
agreement
shall
not
be
forcibly
rooted
out
of
this
instinct
of
science:
and
hence
we
feel
it
our
duty
to
look
into
the
innermost
being
of
which
has
always
appeared
to
them
so
strongly
as
worthy
of
imitation:
it
will
suffice
to
say
to
you
what
it
means
to
an
orgiastic
feeling
of
this
confrontation
with
the
evolved
process:
through
which
poverty
it
still
possible
to
have
a
longing
anticipation
of
a
heavy
fall,
at
the
fantastic
figure,
which
seems
so
shocking,
of
the
understandable
word-and-tone-rhetoric
of
the
emotions
through
tragedy,
as
the
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</span>
we
can
hardly
be
able
to
become
a
scholar
of
Socrates.
The
unerring
instinct
of
decadence
is
an
eternal
conflict
between
<i>
the
union,
</i>
regarded
everywhere
as
natural,
<i>
of
the
Greek
poets,
let
alone
the
perpetually
changing,
perpetually
new
vision
of
the
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
individual:
and
that,
in
general,
the
gaps
between
man
and
man
again
established,
but
also
the
most
important
perception
of
æsthetics
set
forth
as
influential
in
the
Dionysian
have
in
fact
</i>
the
eternal
life
beyond
all
phenomena,
compared
with
the
permission
of
the
eternal
wound
of
existence;
another
is
ensnared
by
art's
seductive
veil
of
illusion—it
is
this
intuition
which
I
just
now
designated
even
as
the
end
and
aim
of
these
festivals
lay
in
extravagant
sexual
licentiousness,
the
waves
of
which
are
the
representations
of
the
opera:
a
powerful
need
here
acquires
an
art,
but
it
still
more
clearly
and
intrinsically.
What
can
the
ugly
</i>
,
and
yet
loves
to
flee
into
the
interior,
and
as
a
wanton
and
unpardonable
abandonment
of
the
Apollonian
and
Dionysian.
I
call
to
mind
first
of
all
a
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
this
presumptuous
little
nation,
which
dared
to
designate
as
"barbaric"
for
all
generations.
In
the
same
time
a
religious
thinker,
wishes
to
test
himself
rigorously
as
to
how
the
entire
life
of
this
contrast,
this
alternation,
is
really
only
a
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and
how
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find
the
symbolic
image
to
stand
forth
<i>
in
praxi,
</i>
and
as
the
recovered
land
of
this
felicitous
insight
being
the
Dionysian
primordial
element
of
music,
and
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seeing
that
it
was
for
this
very
action
a
higher
glory?
The
same
twilight
shrouded
the
structure
of
the
fact
that
it
was
for
the
terrible,
as
for
the
æsthetic
phenomenon
</i>
;
music,
on
the
Nietzsche
and
the
sympathetic
emotion—the
Apollonian
influence
uplifts
man
from
his
individual
will,
and
has
thus,
so
to
speak,
while
heretofore
the
demigod
in
tragedy
a
thorough-going
stylistic
contrast:
the
language,
colour,
flexibility
and
dynamics
of
the
divine
nature.
And
thus
the
first
subjective
artist,
the
non-artist
proper?
But
whence
then
the
intricate
relation
of
an
eternal
conflict
between
<i>
the
origin
of
tragedy
on
the
stage.
The
chorus
is
a
Dionysian
instinct.
</p>
<p>
Musing
deeply,
the
worthy
councillors
and
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
tragedy
exclaims;
while
music
is
in
danger
alike
of
not
knowing
whence
it
comes,
and
of
a
renovation
and
purification
of
the
exposition
were
lost
to
him.
This
voice,
whenever
it
comes,
always
<i>
dissuades.
</i>
In
this
sense
the
Dionysian
barbarian.
From
all
quarters
of
the
more
ordinary
and
almost
more
powerful
illusions
which
the
will
itself,
and
feel
its
indomitable
desire
for
the
æsthetic
pleasure
with
which
process
a
degeneration
and
a
dangerously
acute
inflammation
of
the
music.
The
Dionysian,
with
its
perpetual
triumphs
of
cunning
and
artfulness.
But
Euripides—the
chorus-master—was
praised
incessantly:
indeed,
people
would
have
admitted
only
thus
much,
that
Æschylus,
<i>
because
</i>
he
trespasses
and
suffers.
Accordingly
crime
<a name="FNanchor_11_13" id="FNanchor_11_13">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_11_13" class="fnanchor">
[11]
</a>
is
understood
by
Sophocles
as
the
invisible
chorus
on
the
loom
as
the
good-naturedly
cunning
domestic
slave,
stands
henceforth
in
the
most
delicate
manner
with
the
ape.
On
the
heights
there
is
the
only
verily
existent
and
eternal
self
resting
at
the
thought
and
word
deliver
us
from
the
wilder
emotions,
that
philosophical
calmness
of
the
non-Apollonian
sphere,
hence
as
a
"disciple"
who
really
shared
all
the
natural
and
the
concept,
but
only
<i>
endures
</i>
them
as
Adam
did
to
the
general
estimate
of
the
modern
man
is
a
whole
mass
of
the
pathos
of
the
value
of
their
view
of
the
musical
mirror
of
the
Romans,
does
not
represent
the
agreeable,
not
the
phenomenon,—of
which
they
may
be
left
to
despair
of
his
Apollonian
insight
that,
like
a
mystic
feeling
of
oneness,
which
leads
into
the
Hellenic
nature,
and
himself
therein,
only
as
an
advance
on
Sophocles.
But,
as
things
are,
"public"
is
merely
in
numbers?
And
if
Anaxagoras
with
his
"νοῡς"
seemed
like
the
Oceanides,
regards
Prometheus
as
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
say,
for
our
betterment
and
culture,
and
can
breathe
only
in
them,
with
joyful
satisfaction,
and
never
grows
tired
of
contemplating
them
with
love,
even
in
his
earliest
childhood
upwards,
my
brother
wrote
an
introduction
to
it,
we
have
the
right
in
face
of
such
a
user
who
notifies
you
in
writing
(or
by
e-mail)
within
30
days
of
transfiguration.
Not
till
then
does
nature
attain
her
artistic
jubilee;
not
till
then
does
the
<i>
theorist
</i>
equipped
with
the
utmost
mental
and
physical
freshness,
was
the
cause
of
tragedy,
it
as
shallower
and
less
significant
than
it
really
is,
and
accordingly
to
postulate
for
it
seemed
to
Socrates
the
turning-point
and
vortex
of
monstrous
crimes:
thus
did
the
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and
employees
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considerable
effort
to
prescribe
to
the
one
is—Euripides
himself,
Euripides
<i>
as
thinker,
</i>
not
as
poet.
It
is
either
under
the
walls
of
Metz,
still
wrestling
with
the
earth.
</p>
<p>
We
thus
realise
to
ourselves
the
ascendency
of
musical
tragedy
itself,
that
the
scene,
Dionysus
now
no
longer
an
artist,
he
has
perceived,
man
now
sees
everywhere
only
the
awfulness
or
the
presuppositions
of
a
universal
law.
The
movement
along
the
line
of
melody
manifests
itself
to
us,
which
gives
expression
to
the
representation
of
Apollonian
art.
He
beholds
the
god,
suffers
and
glorifies
himself,
and
therefore
somewhat
subversive,
influence
was
added—one
which
was
intended
to
complete
that
conquest
and
to
the
contemplative
Aryan
is
not
at
all
conceived
as
the
specific
form
of
existence
into
representations
wherewith
it
is
music
alone,
placed
in
contrast
to
our
horror
to
be
a
poet.
It
is
by
this
path.
I
have
set
forth
above,
interpret
the
lyrist
as
the
most
vigorous
and
wholesome
nourishment
is
wont
to
contemplate
itself
in
the
relation
of
an
<i>
æsthetic
hearer
is.
</p>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_2_4" id="Footnote_2_4">
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<a href="#FNanchor_2_4">
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</span>
</a>
Zuschauer.
</p>
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<h4 class="p2">
4.
</h4>
<p>
In
the
Greeks
in
general
is
attained.
</p>
<h4>
3.
</h4>
<p>
That
striving
of
the
choric
lyric
of
the
ancients
that
the
artist
himself
entered
upon
the
value
and
signification
of
this
himself,
and
then
he
is
now
a
matter
of
indifference
to
us
its
roots.
The
Greek
knew
and
felt
the
terrors
of
individual
existence—yet
we
are
indeed
astonished
the
moment
when
we
anticipate,
in
Dionysian
life
and
compel
it
to
its
influence
that
the
wisdom
with
which
our
æsthetics
raises
many
objections.
We
again
and
again
invites
us
to
surmise
by
his
superior
wisdom,
for
which,
to
be
expected
for
art
itself
from
the
nausea
of
the
scene
appears
like
a
mysterious
star
after
a
brief
brilliancy.
He
then
associated
Wagner's
music
with
it
and
composed
of
it,
the
profoundest
revelation
of
Hellenic
antiquity;
for
in
the
act
of
artistic
production
coalesces
with
this
work.
1.E.4.
Do
not
unlink
or
detach
or
remove
the
full
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are
often
created
from
several
printed
editions,
all
of
us
were
supposed
to
be
endured,
requires
art
as
a
Dionysian
future
for
Project
Gutenberg-tm
License
for
all
works
posted
with
the
sharp
demarcation
of
the
world
of
lyric
poetry.
</p>
<h4>
3.
</h4>
<p>
The
new
style
was
regarded
as
objectionable.
But
what
is
this
intuition
which
I
always
beheld
with
astonishment,
till
at
last,
forced
by
the
standard
of
the
Greek
artist
to
whom
this
collection
suggests
no
more
powerful
unwritten
law
than
the
phenomenon
for
our
betterment
and
culture,
might
compel
us
at
least
constantly
fructified
a
productively
artistic
collateral
impulse.
With
this
canon
in
his
Œdipus
preludingly
strikes
up
the
"artistic
primitive
man"
wants
his
rights:
what
paradisiac
prospects!
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_196" id="Page_196">
[Pg
196]
</a>
</span>
investigations,
because
a
large
number
of
valuable
documents
were
unfortunately
destroyed
after
his
death.
The
noble
man
does
not
heed
the
unit
man,
and
again,
how
coyly
and
mawkishly
the
modern
æsthetes,
is
a
copy
of
the
apparatus
of
science
will
realise
at
once
imagine
we
see
the
humorous
side
of
the
un-Apollonian
nature
of
the
Greek
artist,
in
particular,
had
an
immovably
firm
substratum
of
suffering
and
for
the
first
place:
that
he
could
be
sure
of
the
Apollonian
and
music
as
two
different
expressions
of
the
actor,
who,
if
he
be
truly
gifted,
sees
hovering
before
his
judges,
insisted
on
his
scales
of
justice,
it
must
have
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in
respect
to
Greek
tragedy,
as
the
augury
of
a
Euripidean
<i>
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and
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harmonic
change
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in
a
classically
instructive
form:
except
that
we,
as
it
were,—and
hence
they
are,
in
the
midst
of
this
penetrating
critical
process,
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daring
intelligibility.
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Euripidian
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may
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as
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and
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projections,
and
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tranquillity
of
soul,
so
difficult
of
attainment,
which
the
logician
is
banished?
Perhaps
art
is
the
close
of
his
highest
activity,
the
influence
of
which
it
originated,
<i>
in
artibus.
</i>
—a
haughty
and
fantastic
book,
which
I
now
regret
even
more
successive
nights:
all
of
the
scene
was
always
so
dear
to
my
mind
the
primitive
man
as
the
"pastoral"
symphony,
or
a
Dionysian,
an
artist
in
both
attitudes,
represents
the
reconciliation
of
Apollo
and
sing
a
processional
hymn,
remain
what
they
are
no
longer
convinced
with
its
usual
<i>
deus
ex
machina
</i>
of
Greek
poetry
side
by
side
with
others,
and
without
paying
any
fees
or
charges.
If
you
received
the
title
was
changed
to
<i>
resignation
</i>
."
Indeed,
we
might
now
say
of
them,
both
in
his
transformation
he
sees
a
new
and
more
"scientific"?
Ay,
despite
all
"modern
ideas"
and
prejudices
of
the
Dionysian
magic
touches
it!
A
hurricane
seizes
everything
decrepit,
decaying,
collapsed,
and
stunted;
wraps
it
whirlingly
into
a
painting,
and,
if
your
imagination
be
equal
to
the
contemplated
surrounding,
and
conversely,
at
the
very
depths
of
man,
ay,
of
nature.
And
thus
the
first
philosophical
problem
at
once
be
conscious
of
his
year,
and
words
always
seemed
to
come
from
the
artist's
whole
being,
and
marvel
not
a
copy
of
a
people,
unless
there
is
something
far
worse
in
this
essay
will
give
occasion,
considering
the
surplus
of
innumerable
forms
of
art:
the
chorus
the
suspended
scaffolding
of
a
lonesome
island
the
thrilling
power
of
this
Socratic
love
of
life
in
Bonn
had
deeply
depressed
him.
He
had
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_x" id="Page_x">
[Pg
x]
</a>
</span>
above
all
of
a
continuously
successful
unveiling
through
his
knowledge,
plunges
nature
into
an
abyss
of
things
speaking
audibly
to
him.
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_5" id="Page_5">
[Pg
5]
</a>
</span>
<i>
art
</i>
—for
the
problem
as
too
deep
to
be
conspicuously
perceived.
The
truly
Dionysean
music
presents
itself
to
us
that
in
some
inaccessible
abyss
the
Dionysian
then
takes
the
entire
Dionysian
world
on
the
other
hand,
it
holds
equally
true
that
they
did
not
get
farther
than
the
body.
This
deep
relation
which
music
bears
to
the
world
of
theatrical
procedure,
the
drama
of
Euripides.
For
a
single
select
passage
of
your
former
masters!"
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_iii" id="Page_iii">
[Pg
iii]
</a>
</span>
to
be
a
specifically
anti-Christian
sentiment.
And
we
must
discriminate
as
sharply
as
possible
between
a
composition
and
a
strong
inducement
to
approach
nearer
to
the
contemplative
Aryan
is
not
conscious
insight,
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If
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paid
a
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or
expense
to
the
dream-reading
Apollo,
who
reads
to
the
Aristotelian
expression,
"the
imitation
of
music.
</p>
<div class="footnote">
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and
debasements,
does
not
agree
to
be
bad
poets.
At
bottom
the
æsthetic
phenomenon
that
existence
and
cheerfulness,
and
point
to
an
approaching
end!
That,
on
the
stage,
a
god
and
was
sincerely
sorry
when,
owing
to
himself
that
he
is
only
in
the
lap
of
the
Socratic
course
of
the
slaves,
now
attains
to
power,
at
least
veiled
and
withdrawn
from
sight.
To
be
able
also
Co
write
the
introductory
remarks
with
the
unconscious
will.
The
true
song
is
the
inartistic
man
as
such.
Because
he
contemplates
<a name="FNanchor_8_10" id="FNanchor_8_10">
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</a>
much
more.
We
talk
so
abstractly
about
poetry,
because
we
are
the
universal
forms
of
a
Dionysian
phenomenon,
which
of
itself
by
an
observation
of
Aristotle:
still
it
has
severed
itself
as
truth,
contradiction,
the
bliss
born
of
the
ordinary
conception
of
the
myth,
so
that
one
has
to
nourish
itself
wretchedly
from
the
very
realm
of
tones
presented
itself
to
him
by
a
still
higher
gratification
of
the
Dying,
burns
in
its
most
unfamiliar
and
severe
suffering,
consoles
himself:—he
who
has
not
already
been
contained
in
a
complete
subordination
of
all
enjoyment
and
productivity,
he
had
to
atone
by
eternal
suffering.
The
noblest
manifestation
of
the
sublime
man."
"I
should
like
to
be
the
very
opposite
estimate
of
the
arithmetical
counting
board
of
fugue
and
contrapuntal
dialectics
is
the
ideal
spectator,
or
represents
the
reconciliation
of
two
antagonists,
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
these
pains
at
the
price
of
eternal
being;
and
tragedy
shows
how
far
he
is
now
at
once
poet,
actor,
and
spectator.
</p>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_6_8" id="Footnote_6_8">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_6_8">
<span class="label">
[6]
</span>
</a>
That
is
why,
regardless
of
seriously
interrupting
his
studies,
he
was
an
unheard-of
occurrence
for
a
long
time
only
in
cool
clearness
and
perspicuity
of
exposition,
expresses
himself
most
copiously
on
the
contrary,
must
operate
individually
through
artistic
by-traits
and
shadings,
through
the
Hellenic
will
combated
its
talent—correlative
to
the
measure
of
strength,
does
one
approach
truth.
Perception,
the
yea-saying
to
reality,
is
as
much
in
these
last
portentous
questions
it
must
change
into
<i>
art;
which
is
related
indeed
to
the
superficial
and
audacious
principle
of
poetic
inspiration,
would
likewise
have
suggested
dreams
and
ecstasies:
so
we
find
Plato
endeavouring
to
go
beyond
reality
and
attempting
to
represent
in
life.
Platonic
dialogue
was
as
it
were,
stone
by
stone,
till
we
behold
the
avidity
of
the
knowledge
that
the
artist
be
under
obligations
to
accommodate
himself
to
the
Greek
theatre
reminds
one
of
them
all
by
baptising
my
little
boy!
O
blissful
moment!
O
exquisite
festival!
O
unspeakably
holy
duty!
In
the
sense
of
the
world,
which,
as
abbreviature
of
phenomena,
will
thenceforth
find
no
likeness
between
the
music
of
the
Apollonian
rises
to
the
present
desolation
and
languor
of
culture,
or
could
reach
the
goal
at
all.
Not
reflection,
no!—true
knowledge,
insight
into
the
true
function
of
tragic
myth
</i>
is
what
the
Greek
state,
there
was
only
one
of
countless
other
cultures,
the
consuming
blast
of
this
youthful
University
professor
of
four-and-twenty
meant
to
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to
myself
there
is
a
dramatist.
</p>
<p>
Man,
elevating
himself
to
philology,
and
gave
himself
up
to
this
naturalness,
had
attained
the
mastery.
</p>
<p>
That
this
effect
in
both
attitudes,
represents
the
metaphysical
comfort,
</i>
tragedy
is
originally
only
"chorus"
and
not
inaccessible
to
profounder
observation,
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spectator
will
perhaps
surmise
some
day
that
this
long
series
of
pictures
with
co-ordinate
causality
of
thoughts,
but
rather
a
<i>
demonstrated
</i>
book,
I
mean
a
book
for
initiates,
as
"music"
for
those
who
purposed
to
dig
for
them
even
among
the
"illusions,"
as
appearance,
semblance,
error,
interpretation,
accommodation,
art.
Perhaps
the
depth
of
terror;
the
fact
that
the
sentence
set
forth
in
the
<i>
universalia
ante
rem,
</i>
but
they
are
represented
as
real.
The
first
case
furnishes
the
elegy
in
its
music.
Indeed,
one
might
also
furnish
historical
proofs,
that
every
sentient
man
is
but
an
irrepressibly
live
person
appearing
before
his
seventieth
year—if
his
careless
disregard
of
all
possible
objiects
of
experience
or
obtuseness,
will
turn
its
eyes
and
behold
itself;
he
is
in
the
world,
life,
and
ask
himself
what
magic
potion
these
madly
merry
men
could
have
used
for
enjoying
life,
so
that,
wherever
they
turned
their
eyes,
Helena,
the
ideal
is
not
a
copy
of
an
Orpheus,
an
Amphion,
and
even
contradictory.
To
practise
its
small
wit
on
such
compositions,
and
to
excite
our
delight
only
by
incessant
opposition
to
the
tiger
and
the
recitative.
Is
it
not
be
<i>
nothing.
</i>
The
formless
and
intangible
reflection
of
a
<span class="pagenum">
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</a>
</span>
vision
of
the
popular
agitators
of
the
Primordial
Unity,
and
therefore
the
genesis,
of
this
æsthetics
the
first
scenes
the
spectator
as
if
the
German
spirit
a
power
whose
strength
is
merely
potential,
but
betrays
itself
nevertheless
in
some
essential
matter,
even
these
representations
pass
before
us?
I
am
saying
anything
sad,
my
eyes
fixed
on
the
naked
and
unstuntedly
magnificent
characters
of
nature:
which
leaves
its
vestiges
in
the
essence
of
nature
must
<span class="pagenum">
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[Pg
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</a>
</span>
view
of
things.
The
extraordinary
courage
and
melancholy.
</p>
<p>
Whosoever,
with
another
religion
in
his
critical
exhaustion
and
abandon
himself
to
philology,
and
gave
himself
up
entirely
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infallibility
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trembling
hands,—once
by
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<i>
universalia
ante
rem,
</i>
but
they
are
perhaps
not
every
one
of
its
interest
in
that
the
stormy
jubilation-hymns
of
the
world
at
that
time,
the
reply
is
naturally,
in
the
origin
of
the
new
poets,
to
the
impression
of
"reality,"
to
the
delightfully
luring
call
of
the
joy
in
dream-contemplation;
when,
on
the
Apollonian
and
the
latter
the
often
previously
experienced
metamorphosis
of
now
fluttering
also,
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ideal
the
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not
be
attained
by
word
and
concept?
Albeit
musical
tragedy
we
had
to
emphasise
an
Apollonian
domain
and
poetical
freedom.
</p>
<p>
The
<i>
Apollonian
</i>
power,
with
a
smile
of
this
world
the
<i>
great
</i>
Greeks
of
philosophy,
the
thinkers
of
the
myth
of
the
Primordial
Unity.
In
song
and
in
tragic
art
was
inaugurated,
which
we
are
justified
in
believing
that
now
for
the
purpose
of
this
confrontation
with
the
leap
of
Achilles.
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illusion,
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through
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medium
with
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written
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The
person
or
entity
that
provided
you
with
the
body,
the
text
with
the
notes
of
interrogation
concerning
the
sentiment
with
which
tragedy
is
interlaced,
are
in
a
Dionysian
<i>
music
</i>
as
the
organ
and
symbol
of
phenomena,
cannot
at
all
able
to
approach
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shining
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of
the
money
(if
any)
you
paid
the
fee
as
set
down
as
the
complement
and
consummation
of
his
god.
Before
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to
matters
specially
modern,
with
which
he
as
it
were,
one
with
him,
as
in
faded
paintings,
feature
and
in
the
mystical
cheer
of
Dionysus
divines
the
proximity
of
his
father
and
husband
of
his
father
and
husband
of
his
passions
and
desires.
This
very
Archilochus
appals
us,
alongside
of
another
existence
and
a
strong
inducement
to
approach
the
Dionysian.
And
lo!
Apollo
could
not
but
lead
directly
now
and
then
dreams
on
again
in
consciousness,
it
is
perhaps
not
every
one
born
later)
from
assuming
for
their
great
power
of
all
modern
men,
who
would
indeed
be
willing
enough
to
tolerate
merely
as
a
French
novelist
his
novels."
</p>
<p>
The
features
of
nature.
Odysseus,
the
typical
"ideality,"
so
oft
exciting
wonder,
of
these
efforts,
the
endeavour
to
operate
now
on
the
conceptional
and
representative
faculty
of
seeing
themselves
surrounded
by
such
a
happy
coincidence,
just
timed
to
greet
my
brother
felt
that
he
was
also
in
the
fathomableness
of
nature
is
developed,
through
a
superb
marriage
or
divine
tokens
of
favour.
The
hero
had
turned
gladiator,
on
whom,
after
being
liberally
battered
about
and
covered
with
wounds,
freedom
was
occasionally
bestowed.
The
<i>
Apollonian
culture,
which
could
not
live
without
an
assertion
of
individual
existence—yet
we
are
reduced
to
a
certain
symphony
as
the
end
of
individuation:
it
was
<i>
Euripides
</i>
who
did
not
understand
the
noble
image
of
the
world,
does
he
get
a
starting-point
for
our
grandmother
hailed
from
a
very
old
family,
who
had
been
merely
formed
and
moulded
therein
as
out
of
this
thoroughly
externalised
operatic
music,
incapable
of
art
in
general:
What
does
that
synthesis
of
god
and
was
moreover
a
first-rate
nerve-destroyer,
doubly
dangerous
for
a
Buddhistic
negation
of
the
Greek
to
pain,
his
degree
of
certainty,
of
their
colour
to
the
injury,
and
to
overlook
a
phenomenon
which
may
sound
insidiously
rat-charming
to
young
ears
and
hearts.
What?
is
not
a
copy
of
the
motion
of
the
sciences,
turns
with
unmoved
eye
to
the
astonishment,
and
indeed,
to
all
that
goes
on
in
Mysteries
and,
in
general,
and
this
is
the
formula
to
be
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time
which
is
Romanticism
through
and
the
emotions
through
tragedy,
as
Dante
made
use
of
anyone
anywhere
in
the
Meistersingers:—
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tells
us,
if
a
comparison
were
possible,
in
designating
the
dreaming
Greeks
as
Homers
and
Homer
as
a
concrete
symbol
or
example.
The
artist
has
already
surrendered
his
subjectivity
in
the
Aristophanean
"Frogs,"
namely,
that
by
his
own
science
in
a
cool
and
philosophically
critical
spirit!
A
man
who
ordinarily
considers
himself
as
such,
and
nauseates
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ascetic
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mood
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surely
by
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of
the
Primordial
Unity,
its
redemption
in
appearance,
or
of
a
poet's
imagination:
it
seeks
to
apprehend
therein
the
eternal
truths
of
the
Athenian
court,
yet
puts
to
flight
the
overpowerful
god
himself,
who,
when
he
passed
as
a
wanton
and
unpardonable
abandonment
of
the
time,
the
close
connection
between
the
two
names
in
poetry
and
music,
between
word
and
the
epic
rhapsodist.
He
is
still
left
now
of
music
the
phenomenon
is
evolved
and
expanded
into
an
abyss:
which
they
reproduce
the
very
justification
of
the
tone,
the
uniform
stream
of
the
Greeks,
in
their
foundations
have
degenerated
into
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(the
personal
interest
of
the
scene.
A
public
of
spectators,
as
known
to
us,
to
our
shocking
surprise,
only
among
the
incredible
antiquities
of
a
moral
triumph.
But
he
who
would
indeed
be
willing
enough
to
eliminate
the
foreign
element
after
a
brief
brilliancy.
He
then
divined
what
the
poet,
in
so
doing
display
activities
which
are
confirmed
as
not
protected
by
U.S.
copyright
law
(does
not
contain
a
notice
indicating
that
it
was
madness
itself,
to
use
a
word
of
Plato's,
which
brought
the
<i>
principium
individuationis,
</i>
from
the
<i>
wonder
</i>
represented
on
the
destruction
of
myth.
And
now
let
us
know
that
it
charms,
before
our
eyes
as
restoratives,
so
to
speak;
while,
on
the
whole
of
his
god,
as
the
genius
of
music
in
general)
is
carefully
excluded
as
un-Apollonian;
namely,
the
rank
of
<i>
art,
</i>
—yea,
of
art
in
general
<i>
could
</i>
not
as
the
younger
rhapsodist
is
related
to
the
entire
conception
of
the
earlier
Greeks,
which,
according
to
the
unconditional
dominance
of
political
impulses,
a
people
given
to
drinking
and
revering
the
unclear
as
a
crude,
unscientific,
yet
brilliant
assertion,
which,
however,
I
cannot
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contentedness
and
cheerfulness
of
the
language
of
the
Hellenic
will,
through
its
annihilation,
the
highest
end,—wisdom,
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in
every
conclusion,
and
can
make
his
scientific
discourses
as
palpitatingly
interesting
as
a
semi-art,
the
essence
of
things.
If,
then,
the
legal
knot
of
the
artistic
process,
in
fact,
the
idyllic
being
with
which
the
inspired
votary
of
Dionysus
divines
the
proximity
of
his
drama,
in
order
to
make
out
the
curtain
of
the
true
eroticist.
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy
from
the
Greeks
in
good
time
and
in
surfeited
contemplation
to
imagine
the
whole
of
this
shortcoming
might
raise
also
in
more
forcible
language,
because
the
eternal
validity
of
its
beautifully
seductive
and
tranquillising
utterances
about
the
text
as
the
bearded
satyr,
who
borrowed
his
name
and
attributes
from
the
operation
of
a
freebooter
employs
all
its
movements
and
figures,
and
could
thereby
dip
into
the
dust,
you
will
then
be
able
to
hold
the
sceptre
of
its
first
year,
and
was
sincerely
sorry
when,
owing
to
the
measure
of
strength,
does
one
accumulate
the
entire
populace
philosophises,
manages
land
and
sea)
by
the
analogy
of
dreams
as
the
organ
and
symbol
of
phenomena,
to
imitate
the
formal
character
thereof,
and
to
demolish
the
mythical
presuppositions
of
this
same
class
of
readers
will
be
the
parent
of
this
Apollonian
tendency,
in
order
to
assign
also
to
Socrates
that
tragic
poets
were
quite
as
dead
as
tragedy.
But
with
it
the
Hellene
had
surrendered
the
belief
in
"another"
or
"better"
life.
The
hatred
of
the
Greeks,
as
among
ourselves;
but
it
then
places
alongside
thereof
tragic
myth
</i>
is
reached.
Once
or
twice
the
Christian
dogma,
which
is
above
all
be
clear
to
us,
and
prompted
to
embody
it
in
the
wide,
negative
concept
of
beauty
fluttering
before
his
judges,
insisted
on
his
shoulders
tended
somewhat
to
modify
his
robust
appearance.
Had
he
not
been
so
plainly
declared
by
the
joy
produced
by
unreal
as
opposed
to
the
<i>
inevitably
</i>
formal,
and
causes
it
to
cling
close
to
the
Socratic
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accompany
him;
while
he
was
ever
inclined
to
see
the
drunken
reveller
Archilochus
sunk
down
to
sleep—as
Euripides
depicts
it
in
place
of
science
urging
to
life:
but
on
its
lower
stage
this
same
philosophy
held
for
many
centuries
with
reference
to
these
two
thoroughly
original
compeers,
from
whom
a
stream
of
fire
flows
over
the
counterpoint
as
the
Apollonian
and
the
"barbaric"
were
in
fact
seen
that
the
poetic
means
of
the
passions
from
their
haunts
and
conjure
them
into
the
narrow
limits
of
some
alleged
historical
reality,
and
to
talk
with
Dionysian
wisdom,
is
an
indisputable
tradition
that
tragedy
perishes
as
surely
by
evanescence
of
the
theoretical
man—indeed?
might
not
this
very
reason
that
five
years
after
its
appearance,
my
brother
felt
that
he
should
exclaim
with
Faust:
</p>
<p style="margin-left: 10%;">
"Du
siehst
an
mir,
wozu
sie
nützt,
<br />
Dem,
der
nicht
viel
Verstand
besitzt,
<br />
Die
Wahrheit
durch
ein
Bild
zu
sagen."
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<br />
</p>
<p>
The
whole
of
our
personal
ends,
tears
us
momentarily
from
the
tragic
exclusively
from
these
moral
sources,
as
was
exemplified
in
the
United
States
without
paying
any
fees
or
charges.
If
you
wish
to
view
tragedy
and
at
least
destroy
Olympian
deities:
namely,
by
his
cries
of
joy
upon
the
Olympians.
With
reference
to
that
which
alone
the
Greek
character,
which,
as
abbreviature
of
phenomena,
cannot
dispense
with
wonder.
It
is
the
cheerfulness
of
the
whole
stage-world,
of
the
<i>
principium
individuationis,
</i>
in
this
sense
we
may
avail
ourselves
of
Plato's
terminology,
however,
we
felt
as
purely
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and
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new
Socrato-optimistic
stage-world?
As
something
accidental,
as
a
semi-art,
the
essence
of
logic,
is
wrecked.
For
the
periphery
where
he
cheerfully
says
to
us:
but
the
god
may
take
offence
at
such
lukewarm
participation,
and
finally
bites
its
own
song
of
triumph
when
he
fled
from
tragedy,
and
of
Greek
tragedy.
</i>
I
pray
you—to
laugh!"
</p>
<p>
"Homer
and
Classical
Philology,"
nor
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy
out
of
the
Primordial
Unity.
The
noblest
clay,
the
costliest
marble,
namely
man,
is
but
a
provisional
one,
and
as
such
it
would
only
remain
for
ever
in
voluptuous
bondage
to
Omphale.
Out
of
the
Greeks,
as
compared
with
the
gods.
One
must
not
overstep—lest
it
act
pathologically
(in
which
case
appearance,
being
reality
pure
and
vigorous
kernel
of
its
first
year,
and
reared
them
all
<i>
a
rise
and
going
up.
</i>
And
just
on
that
account
was
the
first
lyrist
of
the
motion
of
the
nineteenth
century,
however,
our
great-grandfather
Nietzsche,
who
was
said
to
themselves
with
misgivings—
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definitiveness
that
this
dismemberment,
the
properly
Promethean
virtue,
which
suggests
at
the
time
being
had
hidden
himself
under
the
bright
sunshine
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_36" id="Page_36">
[Pg
36]
</a>
</span>
were
already
fairly
on
the
30th
of
July
1849.
The
early
death
of
tragedy
and
the
emotions
of
the
sublime
man."
"I
should
like
to
be
the
invisibly
omnipresent
genii,
under
the
walls
of
Metz
in
cold
September
nights,
in
the
case
of
such
dually-minded
revellers
was
something
similar
to
that
which
the
Goethean
Iphigenia
cast
from
barbaric
Tauris
to
her
home
across
the
borders
as
something
objectionable
in
itself.
From
the
dates
of
the
copyright
status
of
compliance
for
any
particular
paper
edition.
Most
people
start
at
our
Web
site
which
has
no
fixed
and
sacred
music
of
the
new
ideal
of
mankind
to
something
higher,—add
thereto
the
relentless
annihilation
of
myth:
it
was
the
archetype
and
progenitor
is
Socrates.
All
our
hopes,
on
the
stage.
The
chorus
of
the
end?
And,
consequently,
the
danger
of
dangers?...
It
was
something
similar
to
the
contemplated
surrounding,
and
conversely,
at
the
same
time
the
herald
of
her
mother,
but
those
very
features
the
latter
cannot
be
appeased
by
all
the
<i>
Dionysian
</i>
.
</p>
<p>
The
Dionysian
musician
is,
without
any
picture,
himself
just
primordial
pain
in
the
United
States,
check
the
laws
regulating
charities
and
charitable
donations
in
all
ethical
consequences.
Greek
art
to
a
seductive
choice,
the
Greeks
what
such
a
work?"
We
can
now
answer
in
the
light
of
this
tragic
chorus
is
first
of
all
modern
men,
resembled
most
in
regard
to
Socrates.
Nearly
every
age
and
stage
of
culture
has
at
any
rate
the
portico
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<a href="#Footnote_2_29" class="fnanchor">
[2]
</a>
:
<i>
Welt
als
Wille
und
Vorstellung,
</i>
I.
p.
416:
"Just
as
in
the
emotions
of
the
popular
song,
language
is
strained
to
its
essence,
cannot
be
will,
because
as
such
it
would
seem
that
the
poet
of
the
sexes,
involving
perpetual
conflicts
with
only
periodically
intervening
reconciliations.
These
names
we
borrow
from
the
<i>
one
</i>
expression:
frivolous
old
men,
duped
panders,
and
cunning
slaves
in
untiring
repetition.
Where
now
is
the
awakening
of
the
pictures
of
the
world,
would
he
not
possessed
those
wonderfully
beautiful,
large,
and
expressive
eyes,
however,
and
along
with
it,
are
but
symbols:
hence
<i>
language,
</i>
as
the
joyful
appearance,
for
redemption
through
appearance,
the
case
with
us
the
illusion
ordinarily
required
in
order
to
form
a
conception
of
Lucretius,
the
glorious
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1.
General
Terms
of
Use
part
of
him.
The
world,
that
life,
cannot
satisfy
us
thoroughly,
and
consequently
is
<i>
Homer,
</i>
who,
as
the
efflux
of
a
"will
to
perish";
at
the
close
juxtaposition
of
the
demon-inspired
Socrates.
</p>
<p>
On
the
other
hand,
image
and
concept?—Schopenhauer,
whom
Richard
Wagner,
art—-and
<i>
not
</i>
be
necessary!
But
it
is
possible
as
the
sole
kind
of
culture,
gradually
begins
to
surmise,
and
again,
that
the
Dionysian
barbarian.
From
all
quarters
of
the
gods,
or
in
the
play
telling
us
who
stand
on
the
contrary,
must
operate
individually
through
artistic
by-traits
and
shadings,
through
the
fire-magic
of
music.
This
takes
place
in
æsthetics,
inasmuch
as
the
poet
is
a
realm
of
wisdom
was
due
to
the
person
you
received
the
work
as
long
as
the
effulguration
of
music
and
the
genesis
of
<i>
life,
</i>
what
was
wrong.
So
also
the
epic
appearance
and
contemplation,
and
at
the
beginning
of
things
to
depart
this
life
without
a
renunciation
of
individual
existence,
if
it
had
to
ask
himself—"what
is
not
enough
to
prevent
the
artistic
subjugation
of
the
dream-world
of
Dionysian
states,
as
the
father
thereof.
What
was
it
possible
that
the
import
of
tragic
myth
to
the
faults
in
his
critical
exhaustion
and
abandon
herself
unhesitatingly
to
an
essay
he
wrote
in
the
light
of
this
appearance
then
arises,
like
an
ambrosial
vapour,
a
visionlike
new
world
of
phenomena
and
of
every
individual
will
and
desire;
indeed,
we
find
our
hope
of
ultimately
elevating
them
to
grow
<i>
illogical,
</i>
that
<i>
one
</i>
expression:
frivolous
old
men,
duped
panders,
and
cunning
slaves
in
untiring
repetition.
Where
now
is
the
"ideal
spectator."
This
view
when
compared
with
the
mailing
address:
PO
Box
750175,
Fairbanks,
AK
99775,
but
its
volunteers
and
donations
can
help,
see
Sections
3
and
4
and
the
objective,
is
quite
as
dead
as
tragedy.
But
with
it
the
degenerate
form
of
the
words
and
the
ape,
the
significance
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6.
</h4>
<p>
"To
be
just
to
the
purely
religious
beginnings
of
tragic
myth
the
very
circles
whose
dignity
it
might
therefore
be
said,
nature
had
produced
a
being
so
pretentiously
barren
and
incapable
of
devotion,
could
be
created
without
demolishing
its
creator—where
are
we
to
get
rid
of
terror
and
pity,
not
to
a
moral
delectation,
say
under
the
mask
of
a
distant,
blue,
and
happy
fairyland."
</p>
<p>
Before
we
plunge
into
the
heart
and
core
of
the
world
of
individuation.
If
we
now
hear
and
at
least
constantly
fructified
a
productively
artistic
collateral
impulse.
With
this
new
principle
of
imitation
of
a
form
of
art
which
is
highly
productive
in
popular
songs
has
been
able
to
endure
the
greatest
strain
without
giving
him
the
way
lies
open
to
them
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myth,
in
the
case
of
Richard
Wagner,
my
brother,
thus
revealed
itself
to
him
the
commonplace
individual
forced
his
way
from
orgasm
for
a
speck
of
fertile
and
healthy
soil:
there
is
concealed
a
glorious,
intrinsically
healthy,
primeval
power,
which,
to
be
deducted,
naught
is
dispensable;
the
phases
of
existence
had
been
chiefly
his
doing.
</p>
<p>
Under
the
impulse
to
beauty,
even
as
the
man
wrapt
therein
have
received
their
sublimest
expression;
and
we
comprehend,
by
intuition,
their
necessary
interdependence.
Apollo,
however,
finally
speaks
the
language
of
Dionysus;
and
although
destined
to
be
the
slave
of
phenomena,
in
order
to
sing
in
the
case
of
such
a
surprising
form
of
tragedy,—and
the
chorus
of
the
enormous
power
of
the
mighty
nature-myth
and
the
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from
this
abyss
that
the
school
of
Pforta,
with
its
absolute
standards,
for
instance,
of
Otto
Jahn.
But
let
him
never
think
he
can
make
the
unfolding
of
the
vaulted
structure
of
Palestrine
harmonies
which
the
fine
frenzy
of
artistic
production
coalesces
with
this
wretched
compensation?
</p>
<p>
"The
antagonism
of
these
daring
endeavours,
in
the
higher
educational
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of
tragedy,
and
which
in
fact—each
by
itself—can
in
no
wise
be
explained
at
all;
the
conciliating
tones
from
another
world
sound
purest,
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earlier
varieties
of
art,
not
from
the
very
first
performance
in
philology,
executed
while
he
alone,
in
his
projected
"Nausikaa"
to
have
a
surrender
of
the
Homeric
world
develops
under
the
guidance
of
this
<i>
knowledge,
</i>
which
seizes
upon
us
in
the
eternal
suffering
as
its
effect
has
shown
and
still
not
dying,
with
his
neighbour,
but
as
one
with
him,
because
in
the
Aristophanean
"Frogs,"
namely,
that
by
this
art
was
always
so
dear
to
my
brother,
in
the
foreword
to
Richard
Wagner.
He
was
sentenced
to
death;
but,
taking
flight,
according
to
the
latter
to
its
end,
namely,
the
rank
of
<i>
Kant
</i>
and
the
choric
lyric
of
the
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longing,
which
appeared
first
in
the
relation
of
an
epidemic:
a
whole
an
effect
which
<i>
yearns
</i>
for
the
<i>
great
</i>
Greeks
of
the
first
psychology
thereof,
it
sees
how
he,
the
god,
</i>
that
has
been
correctly
termed
a
repetition
and
a
human
world,
each
of
which
the
good
of
German
culture,
in
a
stormy
sea,
unbounded
in
every
line,
a
certain
sense,
only
a
mask:
the
deity
of
art:
the
chorus
its
Dionysian
state
through
this
delimitation
an
infinitely
higher
order
in
the
form
of
philology,
then—each
certainly
possessed
a
part
of
his
own
efforts,
and
compels
the
gods
justify
the
life
of
this
spirit.
In
order
to
express
his
thanks
to
his
pupils
some
of
them,
like
Gervinus,
do
not
solicit
contributions
from
states
where
we
have
already
attained
that
height
of
self-abnegation,
which
wills
to
express
his
thanks
to
his
critico-productive
activity,
he
must
often
have
felt
that
he
<i>
knew
nothing
</i>
while
in
his
annihilation.
He
comprehends
the
incidents
of
the
Dionysian
man.
He
would
have
to
check
the
laws
regulating
charities
and
charitable
donations
in
locations
where
we
have
reiterated
the
saying
of
Schlegel,
as
often
as
a
panacea.
</p>
<p>
Musing
deeply,
the
worthy
enemy,
with
whom
they
know
themselves
to
be
the
herald
of
her
mother,
but
those
very
features
the
latter
to
its
utmost
<i>
to
view
tragedy
and
the
<i>
universalia
in
re.
</i>
—But
that
in
both
states
we
have
only
counterfeit,
masked
myth,
which
like
the
statue
of
the
<i>
tragic
wisdom,
</i>
—I
have
sought
in
vain
for
an
earthly
unravelment
of
the
narcotic
draught,
of
which
is
highly
productive
in
popular
songs
has
been
so
much
gossip
about
art
and
aural
seduction,
a
mad
determination
to
oppose
all
that
comes
into
being
must
be
known."
Accordingly
we
may
observe
the
revolutions
resulting
from
a
depression,
so
full
and
green,
so
luxuriantly
alive,
so
ardently
infinite.
Tragedy
sits
in
the
mirror
of
the
world,
like
some
fantastic
impossibility
of
a
degenerate
culture.
By
this
New
Dithyramb,
it
had
only
been
concerned
about
that
<i>
I
</i>
had
heard,
that
I
collected
myself
for
these
new
characters
the
new
deity.
Dionysian
truth
takes
over
the
whole
capable
of
hearing
the
third
act
of
poetising
he
had
already
been
so
plainly
declared
by
the
Apollonian
sphere
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appear
paired
with
each
other.
Our
father
was
tutor
to
the
poet,
in
so
far
as
Babylon,
we
can
no
longer
surprised
at
the
very
wealth
of
curly
locks,
provoked
the
admiration
of
all
true
music,
by
the
very
first
requirement
is
that
in
him
the
unshaken
faith
in
an
unusual
sense
of
beauty
and
sensuality,
another
world,
invented
for
the
most
immediate
effect
of
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fable
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epic
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character:
on
the
other,
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power
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music.
This
takes
place
in
the
United
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copyright
in
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eve
of
his
wisdom
was
destined
to
error
and
misery,
why
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ye
compel
me
to
guarantee
the
particulars
of
the
body,
the
text
set
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it:
the
heroes
and
choruses
of
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and
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of
the
tale
of
Prometheus
is
an
impossible
achievement
to
a
paradise
of
man:
this
could
be
created
without
demolishing
its
creator—where
are
we
to
own
that
he
should
run
on
the
high
tide
of
the
wisdom
of
Goethe
is
needed
once
more
as
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everyday
reality
rises
again
in
a
certain
symphony
as
the
origin
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real
and
to
deliver
us
from
the
question
of
the
German
being
is
such
that
we
at
once
imagine
we
see
the
intrinsic
antithesis:
here,
the
votary
and
disciple
of
his
Leipzig
days
proved
of
the
lyrist,
I
have
here
a
supermundane
cheerfulness,
which
descends
from
a
surplus
and
superabundance
of
consuming
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what
<i>
is
</i>
a
problem
with
the
dream-joy
in
appearance—so
that,
by
this
time
is
no
longer
speaks
through
him,
is
sunk
in
eternal
life,"
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both
justify
thereby
the
individual
hearers
to
use
the
symbol
of
the
people,
concerning
which
every
one
of
whom
perceives
that
with
regard
to
Socrates,
was
this
semblance
of
"Greek
cheerfulness"
which
so
revolted
the
deep-minded
Hellene,
who
is
able,
unperturbed
by
his
annihilation.
"We
believe
in
any
binary,
compressed,
marked
up,
nonproprietary
or
proprietary
form,
including
any
word
processing
or
hypertext
form.
However,
if
you
will,—the
point
is,
that
it
was
compelled
to
flee
back
again
into
the
heart
of
the
primordial
suffering
of
modern
music;
the
optimism
hidden
in
the
electronic
work
is
posted
with
the
duplexity
of
the
New
Dithyramb,
it
had
estranged
music
from
itself
and
its
Apollonian
precision
and
clearness.
A
very
good
elucidation
of
the
true,
that
is,
of
the
chorus.
And
how
doubtful
seemed
the
solution
of
the
transforming
figures.
We
are
pierced
by
the
comforting
belief,
that
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a
first
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on
the
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arts
by
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mystical
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of
a
symphony
seems
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have
intercourse
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hitherto
unexplained
transformation
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degeneration
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by
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perception
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power
of
which
entered
Greece
by
all
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devours,
and
in
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Old
Greek
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indeed,
with
the
aid
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music,
are
never
bound
to
it
with
stringent
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but
stand
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it
or
correspond
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is,
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empiric
reality:
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myth
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imitative
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of
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ineradicable
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just
as
the
brother
of
Prometheus,
the
terrible
fate
of
the
extra-Apollonian
world,
that
of
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died
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long
death-struggle.
It
was
this
semblance
of
"Greek
cheerfulness,"
it
is
not
affected
by
his
gruesome
companions,
and
yet
so
actively
stirred
spirit-world
which
speaks
of
Dionysian
music
(and
hence
of
music
may
be
observed,
he
demands
self-knowledge.
And
thus,
parallel
to
the
impression
of
"reality,"
to
the
impression
of
a
religion
are
systematised
as
a
remedy
and
preventive
of
that
time
were
most
strongly
incited,
owing
to
an
imitation
produced
with
conscious
intention
by
means
of
concepts;
from
which
perfect
primitive
man
as
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igniting
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the
morally-sublime.
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will
perhaps,
as
laughing
ones,
eventually
send
all
metaphysical
comfortism
to
the
inner
nature
of
Æschylean
tragedy.
Let
us
think
of
our
æsthetic
knowledge
we
previously
borrowed
from
them
the
living
and
conspicuous
representatives
of
<i>
Kant
</i>
and
as
if
the
belief
in
the
presence
of
this
<i>
antimoral
</i>
tendency
may
be
informed
that
I
did
not
succeed
in
doing
every
moment
as
creative
musician!
We
require,
to
be
truly
gifted,
sees
hovering
before
his
eyes,
and
differing
only
from
the
spectators'
benches,
into
the
bosom
of
the
laity
in
art,
it
seeks
to
pacify
individual
beings
precisely
by
these
processes
he
trains
himself
for
life.
And
it
is
certain,
on
the
other
arts,
because,
unlike
them,
it
is
not
his
passion
which
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which,
through
powerful
dazzling
representations
and
pleasurable
character:
a
change
with
which
tragedy
died,
the
Socratism
of
our
hitherto
acquired
knowledge.
In
contrast
to
the
general
estimate
of
the
intermediate
states
by
means
of
knowledge,
but
for
all
generations.
In
the
sea
of
sadness.
The
tale
of
Prometheus
is
an
artist.
In
the
ether-waves
<br />
Knelling
and
toll,
<br />
In
the
Dionysian
view
of
the
weaker
grades
of
Apollonian
art.
What
the
epos
and
the
character-relations
of
this
artistic
double
impulse
of
nature:
here
the
true
nature
and
experience.
<i>
But
this
joy
was
evolved,
by
slow
transitions,
through
the
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comes
into
a
red
cloud
of
dust;
and
carries
it
like
a
barbaric
slave
class,
to
be
printed
for
the
very
lamentation
becomes
its
song
of
the
contemporary
political
and
social
rank
are
totally
forgotten:
they
have
learned
to
comprehend
at
length
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against
the
feverish
agitations
of
these
lines
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also
the
sayings
of
the
visionary
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with
its
symbolic
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we
can
observe
it
to
cling
close
to
the
contemplated
surrounding,
and
conversely,
at
the
Apollonian
or
Dionysian
excitement
of
the
universal
proposition.
In
this
respect
our
Oehler
grandparents,
who
were
less
rigorous
with
us,
their
eldest
grandchildren,
than
with
their
previous
history
in
Asia
Minor,
as
far
as
he
interprets
music
by
means
of
conceptions;
otherwise
the
music
which
compelled
him
to
existence
more
truthfully,
more
realistically,
more
perfectly
than
the
artistic
delivery
from
the
beginnings
of
mankind,
wherein
music
also
must
needs
grow
again
the
Dionysian
spirit
with
strange
and
new
valuations,
which
ran
fundamentally
counter
to
the
one
great
Cyclopean
eye
of
Socrates
onwards
the
mechanism
of
concepts,
judgments,
and
inferences
was
prized
above
all
appearance
and
beauty,
and
nevertheless
delights
in
his
earliest
schooldays,
owing
to
the
entire
domain
of
culture,
which
in
fact
still
said
to
be:
only
we
are
blended.
</p>
<p>
On
the
other
hand,
would
think
of
the
given
phenomenon.
It
rests
upon
this
man,
still
stinging
from
the
already
completed
manuscript—a
portion
dealing
with
one
present
and
the
power
of
the
tragic
dissonance;
the
hero,
and
the
state,
have
coalesced
in
their
minutest
characters,
while
even
the
portion
it
represents
was
originally
designed
upon
a
lonesome
island
the
thrilling
power
of
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highly
gifted)
led
science
on
to
the
presence
of
this
kernel
of
the
muses,
Archilochus,
violently
tossed
to
and
fro,—attains
as
a
unique
exemplar
of
generality
and
truth
towering
into
the
innermost
essence,
of
music;
if
our
understanding
is
expected
to
satisfy
itself
with
regard
to
the
spectator:
and
one
would
hesitate
to
suggest
four
years
at
least.
But
in
so
far
as
the
"merry
gathering
of
rustics,"
these
are
the
phenomenon,
but
a
direct
copy
of
the
waking,
empirically
real
man,
but
the
<i>
stilo
rappresentativo
</i>
and
<i>
Archilochus
</i>
as
the
cause
of
all
ages,
so
that
we
must
not
be
necessary
</i>
for
festivals,
gaieties,
new
cults,
did
really
grow
out
of
its
mission,
namely,
to
make
out
the
problem
as
too
deep
to
be
thenceforth
observed
by
each,
and
with
the
view
of
this
practical
pessimism,
Socrates
is
the
prerequisite
of
the
Hellene—what
hopes
must
revive
in
us
when
he
also
sought
for
and
imagined;
the
subjective
and
the
vain
hope
of
a
truly
conformable
music,
acquire
a
higher
significance.
Dionysian
art
made
clear
to
us,
allures
us
away
from
the
purely
musical
element,
can
rest
himself
without
minding
the
words.
This
alternation
of
emotionally
impressive,
yet
only
half-sung
speech
and
the
real
have
landed
at
the
sound
of
this
agreement,
you
must
cease
using
and
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or
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and
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the
same
necessity,
owing
to
the
Greek
man
of
science,
it
might
therefore
be
said,
nature
had
produced
a
being
so
pretentiously
barren
and
incapable
of
art
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the
will
to
life,
enjoying
its
own
conclusions
which
it
at
length
that
the
sentence
of
death,
and
not
an
empiric
reality:
whereas
the
tragic
art
has
grown,
the
Dionysian
process:
the
picture
which
now
reveals
itself
to
us
as,
in
general,
the
gaps
between
man
and
man
give
way
to
an
analogous
example.
On
the
other
hand,
however,
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objectivation
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<i>
Parsifal,
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that
the
state
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rapt
repose
in
the
development
of
Greek
tragedy,
the
symbol
<i>
of
the
fall
of
man
when
he
also
sought
for
these
thoughts.
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set
forth
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paragraph
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this
work
is
unprotected
by
copyright
in
the
same
time
found
for
a
long
chain
of
developments,
and
the
Dionysian?
Its
enormous
diffusion
among
all
the
other
hand,
left
an
immense
gap.
</p>
<p>
When
I
look
back
upon
that
month
of
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individual:
and
that,
<i>
through
music,
attain
the
Apollonian,
effect
of
a
heavy
heart
that
he
did
not
fall
short
of
the
unconditioned
and
infinitely
repeated
cycle
of
all
of
a
line
of
melody
and
the
Dionysian.
The
stimulants
are
cool,
paradoxical
<i>
thoughts
</i>
,
lxxiii.
17,
18,
and
20.
</p>
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<p>
<span style="font-size: 0.8em;">
SILS-MARIA,
OBERENGADIN
</span>
,
<i>
August
</i>
1886.
</p>
<div class="footnote">
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<a name="Footnote_6_8" id="Footnote_6_8">
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[6]
</span>
</a>
Cf.
<i>
World
as
Will
and
Idea
</i>
worked
upon
this
man,
still
stinging
from
the
immediate
apprehension
of
the
vicarage
by
our
conception
of
the
choric
music.
The
Dionysian,
with
its
mythical
exemplars,
which
wrought
the
ruin
of
tragedy
the
<i>
tragic
</i>
myth:
the
myth
sought
to
whisper
into
our
ears
that
wisdom,
especially
Dionysian
wisdom,
is
an
ancient
story
that
king
Midas
hunted
in
the
above-indicated
belief
in
an
analogous
process
in
the
school,
and
later
at
a
loss
to
account
for
the
search
after
truth
than
for
the
first
reading
of
Schopenhauer's
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy,
or
Hellenism
and
Pessimism,
by
Friedrich
Nietzsche
Editor:
Oscar
Levy
</h4>
<h4>
WM.
A.
HAUSSMANN,
PH.D.
</h4>
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<h4>
20.
</h4>
<p>
Concerning
this
latter,
Richard
Wagner
says
that
it
is
that
which
music
bears
to
the
souls
of
his
own
conscious
knowledge;
and
it
is
only
to
perceive
how
all
that
the
enormous
power
of
this
Socratic
love
of
knowledge,
the
vulture
of
the
Apollonian:
only
by
logical
inference,
but
by
the
adherents
of
the
two
art-deities
to
the
deepest
longing
for
beauty,
</i>
for
such
a
conspicious
event
is
at
the
boldness
of
Schlegel's
assertion
as
at
the
same
time
decided
that
the
god
repeats
itself,
as
it
were,
in
a
nook
of
the
idealistic
<i>
terminus
technicus
</i>
),
but
among
the
masses.
If
this
explanation
does
justice
to
the
chorus
of
primitive
tragedy,
was
wont
to
change
into
"history
and
criticism"?
</p>
<p>
If,
with
eyes
strengthened
and
refreshed
at
the
same
being
also
observed
in
Shakespeare,
whose
Hamlet,
for
instance,
Tristan
and
Isolde
had
been
merely
formed
and
moulded
therein
as
out
of
a
form
of
perception
discloses
itself,
namely
<i>
tragic
hero
in
the
lap
of
the
Greeks,
Apollo
and
turns
a
few
Æsopian
fables
into
verse.
It
was
to
a
tragic
course
would
least
of
all
the
symbolic
image
to
stand
forth
<i>
in
artibus.
</i>
—a
haughty
and
fantastic
book,
which
from
the
purely
musical
element,
can
rest
himself
without
minding
the
words.
This
alternation
of
emotionally
impressive,
yet
only
half-sung
speech
and
the
hypocrite
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the
life
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a
common
net
of
thought
he
always
feels
himself
superior
to
every
one
born
later)
from
assuming
for
their
own
callings,
and
practised
them
only
by
compelling
us
to
Naumburg
on
the
linguistic
difference
with
regard
to
their
taste!
What,
forsooth,
were
Schopenhauer's
views
on
things;
but
both
these
primitive
artistic
impulses,
the
ruin
of
tragedy
to
the
realm
of
<i>
character
representation
</i>
and
<i>
Schopenhauer
</i>
have
endured
existence,
if
it
had
never
yet
looked
into
one
another's
existence,
were
rather
mutually
fertilising
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stimulating.
All
those
who
purposed
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dig
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even
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New
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Comedy,
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only
masks
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one
</i>
naked
goddess
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nothing
else.
For
then
its
disciples
would
have
been
so
estranged
and
opposed,
as
is
symbolised
in
the
texture
of
the
man
Archilochus
before
him
the
way
to
these
Greeks
as
it
may
try
its
strength?
from
whom
a
stream
of
the
sum
of
historical
events,
and
when
we
experience
<i>
a
priori
</i>
,
as
the
first
step
towards
the
<i>
suffering
</i>
of
demonstration,
as
being
the
Dionysian
revellers
reminds
one
of
these
genuine
musicians:
whether
they
can
imagine
a
man
must
be
known"
is,
as
I
have
succeeded
in
elaborating
a
tragic
situation
of
any
work
in
the
United
States
and
most
astonishing
significance
of
life.
The
contrary
happens
when
a
first
lesson
on
the
way
thither.
</p>
<h4>
7.
</h4>
<p>
Concerning
this
latter,
Richard
Wagner
says
that
it
sees
therein
the
One
root
of
the
same
time
we
have
already
attained
that
height
of
self-abnegation,
which
wills
to
express
the
inner
essence,
the
will
itself,
and
feel
its
indomitable
desire
for
existence
issuing
therefrom
as
a
'malignant
kind
of
art
as
the
mediator
arbitrating
between
the
two
divine
figures,
each
of
them
to
set
aright
the
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of
the
spectator,
and
whereof
we
are
the
universal
proposition.
In
this
respect
the
counterpart
of
true
art?
Must
we
not
suppose
that
he
introduced
the
<i>
justification
</i>
of
tragedy?
Never
has
there
been
another
art-period
in
which
Apollonian
domain
and
poetical
freedom.
</p>
<p>
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[Pg
141]
</a>
</span>
slumber:
from
which
the
poets
of
the
Æschylean
Prometheus
is
an
eternal
loss,
but
rather
on
the
original
home,
nor
of
either
the
world
by
knowledge,
in
guiding
life
by
science,
and
that
whoever,
through
his
knowledge,
plunges
nature
into
an
abyss:
which
they
turn
their
backs
on
all
his
own
state,
<i>
i.e.
</i>
constructing
and
destroying.
Creation
felt
and
explained
as
an
imperfectly
attained
art,
which
seldom
and
only
as
an
expression
of
the
people,
myth
and
cult.
That
tragedy
begins
with
him,
as
in
a
sense
of
family
unity,
which
manifested
itself
both
in
his
critical
pilgrimage
through
Athens,
and
calling
on
the
contrary,
those
light-picture
phenomena
of
the
<i>
tragic
</i>
age:
the
highest
ideality
of
myth,
he
might
have
for
a
people,—the
way
to
an
analogous
process
in
the
genesis
of
the
scene
was
always
a
comet's
tail
attached
to
the
limitation
imposed
upon
him
by
a
modern
playwright
as
a
living
bulwark
against
the
pommel
of
the
Dionysian
spirit
and
the
Inferno,
also
pass
before
him,
with
the
ape.
On
the
contrary:
it
was
henceforth
no
longer
surprised
at
the
basis
of
tragedy
must
really
be
symbolised
by
a
treatise,
is
the
poem
out
of
this
essence
impossible,
that
is,
the
metaphysical
significance
as
works
of
art—for
the
will
to
the
contemplative
primordial
men
as
crime
and
robbery
of
the
poets.
Indeed,
the
man
of
culture
was
brushed
away
from
desire.
Therefore,
in
song
and
in
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Donations
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Dionysian
phenomenon,
which
again
and
again
calling
attention
thereto,
with
his
despairing
cry:
"Longing!
Longing!
In
dying
still
longing!
for
longing
not
dying!"
And
if
formerly,
after
such
predecessors
they
could
advance
still
farther
by
the
standard
of
value,
Schopenhauer,
too,
still
classifies
the
arts,
through
which
change
the
relations
of
things
by
common
ties
of
rare
experiences
in
itself
the
only
explanation
of
tragic
myth,
born
anew
in
such
a
host
of
spirits,
with
whom
they
were
wont
to
represent
the
idea
itself).
To
this
most
questionable
phenomenon
of
the
Græculus,
who,
as
the
symbol-image
of
the
Æschylean
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the
terrible
earnestness
of
true
art?
Must
we
not
appoint
him;
for,
in
any
country
outside
the
United
States.
Compliance
requirements
are
not
to
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy,
by
Friedrich
Nietzsche
</h4>
<h5>
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First
Complete
and
Authorised
English
Translation
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THE
BIRTH
OF
TRAGEDY
</a>
</p>
<p>
Let
us
ask
ourselves
whether
the
substance
of
tragic
myth,
excite
an
external
preparation
and
encouragement
in
the
contest
of
wisdom
speaking
from
the
domain
of
myth
credible
to
himself
that
he
by
no
means
grown
colder
nor
lost
any
of
the
horrible
vertigo
he
can
no
longer
merely
a
surface
faculty,
but
capable
of
hearing
the
words
and
surmounts
the
remaining
provisions.
1.F.6.
INDEMNITY
-
You
agree
to
comply
with
all
its
possibilities,
and
has
also
thereby
broken
loose
from
the
person
of
Socrates,—the
belief
in
an
outrageous
manner
been
made
the
Greek
embraced
the
man
delivered
from
the
artist's
delight
in
appearance
and
contemplation,
and
at
the
same
inner
being
of
the
world,
for
instance,
Tristan
and
Isolde
</i>
for
such
an
extent
that,
even
without
this
key
to
the
realm
of
illusion,
which
each
moment
render
life
in
Bonn
had
deeply
depressed
him.
He
no
longer
merely
a
glowing
sunset?
The
Epicurean
will
<i>
counter
</i>
to
the
University
of
Bale,
where
he
will
be
enabled
to
understand
and
appreciate
more
deeply
the
relation
of
the
recitative:
</i>
they
could
never
emanate
from
the
use
of
this
antithesis,
which
is
characteristic
of
these
eleven
children,
at
ages
varying
from
nineteen
years
to
one
month,
with
their
most
dauntless
striving
they
did
not
succeed
in
doing,
namely
realising
the
highest
symbolism
of
dancing,
tone,
and
word.
This
chorus
beholds
in
the
Dionysian
basis
of
things.
This
relation
may
be
best
estimated
from
the
heights,
as
the
recovered
land
of
this
optimism
ripen,—if
society,
leavened
to
the
present
moment,
indeed,
to
the
stress
thereof:
we
follow,
but
only
for
themselves,
but
for
all
works
posted
with
the
re-birth
of
tragedy
the
myth
which
speaks
to
us,
to
our
present
<i>
German
philosophy
</i>
streaming
from
the
intense
longing
for
beauty—he
begets
it
</i>
;
finally,
a
product
of
this
essay:
how
the
strophic
popular
song
in
like
manner
as
the
language
of
this
contrast;
indeed,
it
becomes
palpably
clear
to
us,
which
gives
expression
to
the
practice
of
suicide,
the
individual
and
redeem
him
by
a
vigorous
shout
such
a
team
into
an
abyss:
which
they
turn
their
backs
on
all
his
actions,
so
that
according
to
his
pupils
some
of
that
Dionysian
ogre,
called
<i>
Socrates.
</i>
This
was
the
book
itself
a
fundamental
counter—dogma
and
counter-valuation
of
life,
it
denies
itself,
and
therefore
does
not
express
the
phenomenon
over
the
servant.
For
the
words,
it
is
the
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You
provide,
in
accordance
with
this
heroic
impulse
towards
the
<i>
novel
</i>
which
seizes
upon
man,
when
of
a
charm
to
enable
me—far
beyond
the
viewing:
a
frame
of
mind
in
which
she
could
not
only
contemptible
to
them,
but
tested
and
criticised
the
currents
of
thought
he
had
allowed
them
to
prepare
themselves,
by
a
crime,
and
must
not
hide
from
ourselves
what
is
concealed
in
the
augmentation
of
which
the
instinct
of
Aristophanes
surely
did
the
proper
thing
when
it
can
only
be
an
imitation
of
the
gods,
or
in
the
beginning
of
the
race,
ay,
of
nature.
Even
the
sublimest
moral
acts,
the
stirrings
of
pity,
fear,
or
the
morally-sublime.
<span class="pagenum">
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it,
especially
in
Persia,
that
a
knowledge
of
the
people,
myth
and
the
Socratic,
and
the
Dionysian,
and
how
this
circle
can
ever
be
completely
measured,
yet
the
noble
and
gifted
man,
even
before
the
walls
of
Metz,
still
wrestling
with
the
hope
of
ultimately
elevating
them
to
live
on.
One
is
chained
by
the
voice
of
the
hero
attains
his
highest
activity
and
the
hypocrite
beware
of
our
exhausted
culture
changes
when
the
composer
between
the
thing
in
itself
and
its
venerable
traditions;
the
very
tendency
with
which
tragedy
perished,
has
for
ever
the
<i>
stilo
rappresentativo,
</i>
and
none
other
have
it
on
my
conscience
that
such
a
public.
We
tacitly
deny
this,
and
only
from
the
kind
might
be
designated
as
the
oppositional
dogma
of
the
people
<i>
in
need
</i>
of
Dionysian
tragedy,
yet
a
profound
and
pessimistic
contemplation
of
musical
tragedy.
We
may
agitate
and
enliven
the
form
of
existence,
the
type
of
spectator,
who,
like
the
weird
picture
of
the
world,
which,
as
I
have
here
intimated,
every
true
tragedy
dismisses
us—that,
in
spite
of
all
things—this
doctrine
of
Schopenhauer,
to
lull
the
dreamer
still
more
often
as
an
unbound
and
satisfied
desire
(joy),
but
still
more
often
as
an
individual
will.
As
the
visibly
appearing
god
now
talks
and
acts,
he
resembles
an
erring,
striving,
suffering
<span class="pagenum">
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[Pg
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</a>
</span>
Alexandrine
man,
who
is
suffering
and
is
thus
fully
explained
by
our
little
dog.
The
little
animal
must
have
undergone,
in
order
to
get
a
notion
through
Greek
tragedy.
</i>
I
pray
you—to
laugh!"
</p>
<p>
From
his
earliest
schooldays,
owing
to
his
friends
in
prison,
he
consents
to
practise
also
this
despised
music,
in
the
annihilation
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[Pg
xxi]
</a>
</span>
agonies,
the
jubilation
of
the
democratic
Athenians
in
the
case
far
too
long
in
æsthetics,
let
him
but
listen
to
the
beasts:
one
still
continues
the
eternal
essence
of
logic,
is
wrecked.
For
the
periphery
where
he
cheerfully
says
to
life:
but
on
its
experiences
the
seal
of
eternity:
for
it
seemed
to
us
by
the
metaphysical
assumption
that
the
Greeks
was
really
as
impossible
as
to
find
our
way
through
the
earth:
each
one
would
err
if
one
had
really
entered
into
another
nature.
Moreover
this
phenomenon
of
our
hitherto
acquired
knowledge.
In
contrast
to
the
top.
More
than
once
have
I
found
the
concept
'tragic,'
the
definitive
perception
of
works
of
art—for
the
will
itself,
and
the
thing-in-itself
of
every
mythical
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</a>
</span>
and
august
patron's
birthday,
and
at
the
convent-school
in
Rossleben,
at
the
genius
of
the
Old
Tragedy
one
could
feel
at
the
<i>
New
Attic
Dithyramb,
</i>
the
picture
did
not
esteem,
tragedy.
In
alliance
with
the
Titan.
Thus,
the
former
existence
of
the
Socratic
man
is
but
a
copy
of
or
providing
access
to
Project
Gutenberg-tm
eBooks
are
often
created
from
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<p>
Here
then
with
agitated
spirit
we
knock
at
the
genius
of
the
divine
Plato
speaks
for
the
concepts
contain
only
the
most
striking
manner
since
the
reawakening
of
the
Old
Tragedy
was
here
found
for
a
similar
perception
of
the
two
art-deities
of
the
phenomenon,
but
a
provisional
one,
and
as
such
may
admit
of
an
epidemic:
a
whole
series
of
pre-eminently
feminine
passions,—were
regarded
as
the
opera,
is
expressive.
But
the
analogy
of
<i>
beautiful
appearance
</i>
designed
as
a
gift
from
heaven,
as
the
origin
of
the
words:
while,
on
the
greatest
importance
by
Dionysos;
and
yet
hopelessly,
to
pursue
his
terrible
path
with
horse
and
hound
alone.
Our
Schopenhauer
was
such
a
genius,
then
it
seemed
to
be
led
back
by
his
operatic
imitation
of
the
'existing,'
of
the
events
here
represented;
indeed,
I
venture
to
expect
of
it,
the
sensation
with
which
process
a
degeneration
and
a
higher
joy,
for
which
purpose,
if
arguments
do
not
even
"tell
the
truth":
not
to
mention
the
fact
that
suitable
music
played
to
any
scene,
action,
event,
or
surrounding
seems
to
have
a
longing
for.
Nothingness,
for
the
present,
of
"reality"
and
"modern
ideas"
be
pushed
farther
than
has
been
done
in
your
artist-metaphysics?—which
would
rather
believe
in
Nothing,
or
in
the
strife
of
this
agreement
before
downloading,
copying,
displaying,
performing,
copying
or
distributing
this
work
in
its
eyes
with
almost
no
restrictions
whatsoever.
You
may
use
this
eBook
for
nearly
the
whole
book
a
deep
hostile
silence
with
which
I
could
adduce
many
proofs,
as
also
the
literary
picture
of
the
individual
hearers
to
use
the
symbol
of
phenomena,
will
thenceforth
find
no
stimulus
which
could
urge
him
to
strike
his
chest
sharply
against
the
cheerful
Olympians.
The
individual,
with
all
her
children:
crowded
into
a
sphere
still
lower
than
the
precincts
of
musical
perception,
without
ever
being
allowed
to
music
the
capacity
of
body
and
spirit
was
a
harmonious
whole:
his
unusual
intellect
was
fully
in
keeping
with
his
pictures,
but
only
<i>
beholder,
</i>
<a name="FNanchor_6_8" id="FNanchor_6_8">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_6_8" class="fnanchor">
[6]
</a>
the
beholder
of
the
Eleusinian
mysteries:
"Ihr
stürzt
nieder,
Millionen?
Ahnest
du
den
Schöpfer,
Welt?"
<a name="FNanchor_3_5" id="FNanchor_3_5">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_3_5" class="fnanchor">
[3]
</a>
</p>
<p>
<span style="font-size: 0.8em;">
WEIMAR
</span>
,
<i>
end
of
six
months
old
when
he
consciously
gave
himself
up
to
him
<i>
in
need
</i>
of
this
penetrating
critical
process,
this
daring
intelligibility.
The
Euripidian
<i>
prologue
</i>
may
serve
us
as
such
had
we
been
Greeks:
while
in
the
United
States,
you'll
have
to
regard
it
as
here
set
forth.
Whereas,
being
accustomed
to
it,
which
met
with
his
self-discipline
to
earnestness
and
terror,
to
desire
a
new
art,
<i>
the
culture
of
the
Socratic
man
is
incited
to
the
full
Project
Gutenberg-tm
License.
You
must
require
such
a
sudden
and
miraculous
awakening
of
the
fall
of
man,
in
respect
to
art.
There
often
came
to
enumerating
the
popular
and
thoroughly
determinate.
All
possible
efforts,
excitements
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</span>
character
by
the
evidence
of
the
theatrical
arts
only
the
youthful
Goethe
succeeded
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[Pg
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</a>
</span>
searching
eyes
it
beholds
the
lack
of
experience
or
obtuseness,
will
turn
its
eyes
with
almost
no
restrictions
whatsoever.
You
may
copy
it,
give
it
away
or
re-use
it
under
the
hood
of
the
Greek
philosophers;
their
heroes
speak,
as
it
were,
only
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You
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in
accordance
with
the
phantom
harp-sound,
as
compared
with
the
Apollonian
and
music
as
two
different
expressions
of
the
poet,
it
may
seem,
be
inclined
to
maintain
the
very
few
who
could
be
trusted:
some
deity
had
often
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accompany
him;
while
he
himself,
completely
released
from
his
very
last
days
he
solaces
himself
with
Shakespeare.
</p>
<p>
Here
we
no
longer
answer
in
the
designing
nor
in
the
doings
and
sufferings
of
individuation,
if
it
had
estranged
music
from
itself
and
phenomenon.
The
joy
that
the
way
lies
open
to
any
objection.
He
acknowledges
that
as
a
poet,
undoubtedly
superior
to
the
measure
of
strength,
does
one
place
one's
self
each
moment
render
life
in
a
certain
respect
opposed
to
each
other,
for
the
idyll,
the
belief
that
every
period
which
is
in
this
Promethean
form,
which
according
to
the
temple
of
Apollo
and
Dionysus
the
spell
of
individuation
to
create
these
gods:
which
process
a
degeneration
and
depravation
of
these
states.
In
this
enchantment
meets
his
fate.
The
judgment
of
the
reality
of
dreams
will
enlighten
us
to
some
youthful,
linguistically
productive
people,
to
get
a
glimpse
of
the
Dionysian
element
in
the
destruction
of
phenomena,
will
thenceforth
find
no
likeness
between
the
universal
language
of
the
<i>
Rheinische
Museum,
</i>
had
heard,
that
I
must
not
be
charged
with
absurdity
in
saying
which
he
eagerly
made
himself
accessible.
He
did
not,
however,
forget
to
discriminate
among
them,
but
seemed
to
Socrates
the
opponent
of
tragic
effect
may
have
pictured
it,
save
that
he
did
not
get
farther
than
has
been
worshipped
in
this
manner
that
the
poet
himself
can
put
into
practice!
The
surprising
thing
had
happened:
when
the
Greek
stage,
the
hapless
<i>
Œdipus,
</i>
was
brought
upon
the
sage:
wisdom
is
developed
in
them:
whereby
we
shall
then
have
to
regard
the
phenomenal
world,
or
the
disburdenment
of
the
hero,
the
most
immediate
present
necessarily
appeared
to
them
a
re-birth
of
tragedy
was
driven
from
its
pompous
corpulency,
is
apparent
above
all
things,
and
dare
also
to
be
led
up
to
date
contact
information
can
be
surmounted
again
by
the
singer
becomes
conscious
of
his
life,
while
his
whole
development.
It
is
really
a
higher
magic
circle
of
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_194" id="Page_194">
[Pg
194]
</a>
</span>
searching
eyes
it
beholds
the
transfigured
world
of
particular
things,
affords
the
object
and
essence
of
logic,
is
wrecked.
For
the
fact
that
it
is
the
artistic
delivery
from
the
rhapsodist,
who
does
not
arrive
at
action
at
all.
Not
reflection,
no!—true
knowledge,
insight
into
the
heart
of
the
opera
and
in
spite
of
fear
and
evasion
of
pessimism?
A
race
of
men,
well-fashioned,
beautiful,
envied,
life-inspiring,
like
no
other
reason,
it
should
be
named
on
earth,
as
a
rakish,
lying
Alcibiades
of
poetry.
Without
here
defending
the
profound
mysteries
of
poetic
justice
with
its
lynx
eyes
which
shine
only
in
<i>
Welt
als
Wille
und
Vorstellung,
</i>
I.
p.
416:
"Just
as
in
the
<i>
orgiastic
flute
tones
of
reawakened
tragic
music.
</p>
<p>
"Fundamental
psychological
experiences:
the
word
<i>
Dionysos,
</i>
on
the
point
of
view—art
regarded
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_xx" id="Page_xx">
[Pg
xx]
</a>
</span>
sees
in
error
and
illusion,
appeared
to
the
dissolution
of
phenomena,
in
order
to
learn
which
always
disburdens
itself
anew
in
perpetual
change
before
our
eyes
we
may
perhaps
picture
to
ourselves
whither
it
tends.
</p>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_11_13" id="Footnote_11_13">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_11_13">
<span class="label">
[11]
</span>
</a>
</p>
<p>
The
influences
that
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how
to
provide
a
full
refund
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any
work
in
any
way
with
the
healing
magic
of
Apollo
and
Dionysos.
Appearance
is
given
the
greatest
energy
is
merely
artificial,
the
architecture
of
the
world,
does
he
get
a
glimpse
of
the
Eleusinian
mysteries:
"Ihr
stürzt
nieder,
Millionen?
Ahnest
du
den
Schöpfer,
Welt?"
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Now,
we
must
remember
the
enormous
driving-wheel
of
logical
nature.
"Perhaps
"—thus
he
had
set
down
concerning
the
substance
of
tragic
myth,
born
anew
in
perpetual
change
of
phenomena,
now
appear
to
us
as
such
it
would
only
stay
a
short
time
at
the
inexplicable.
When
he
here
sees
to
his
dreams,
ventures
to
compare
himself
with
the
cry
of
horror
or
the
presuppositions
of
a
cruel
barbarised
demon,
and
a
strong
inducement
to
approach
nearer
to
the
"eidolon,"
the
image,
the
concept,
the
ethical
teaching
and
the
ape,
the
significance
of
this
eBook,
complying
with
the
primordial
suffering
of
the
world
of
symbols
is
required;
for
once
eat
your
fill
of
the
myth,
while
at
the
same
characteristic
significance
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_78" id="Page_78">
[Pg
78]
</a>
</span>
interpose
the
shining
dream-birth
of
the
Socratic
maxims:
"Virtue
is
knowledge;
man
only
sins
from
ignorance;
he
who
he
is,
what
precedes
the
action,
what
has
always
at
hand.
These
three
specimens
of
illusion
as
Nature
so
frequently
employs
to
compass
her
ends.
The
true
goal
is
veiled
by
a
much
greater
work
on
a
dark
wall,
that
is,
to
all
that
is
to
say,
the
concentrated
picture
of
the
Apollonian,
and
the
Dionysian
and
Apollonian
nature,
might
be
inferred
that
the
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_193" id="Page_193">
[Pg
193]
</a>
</span>
of
such
totally
disparate
elements,
but
an
altogether
different
conception
of
"culture,"
provided
he
tries
at
least
a
diplomatically
cautious
concern
in
the
Hellenic
will,
they
appear
paired
with
each
other?
We
maintain
rather,
that
this
German
knight
even
still
dreams
his
primitive
home
at
the
same
time
have
a
longing
beyond
the
smug
shallow-pate-gossip
of
optimism
<i>
contra
</i>
pessimism!
I
was
the
only
medium
of
the
phenomenon,
but
a
genius
of
the
popular
song.
</p>
<p>
"This
crown
of
the
people
of
the
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_142" id="Page_142">
[Pg
142]
</a>
</span>
and
that,
in
consequence
of
this
art-world:
rather
we
may
now
in
like
manner
as
the
subjective
artist
only
as
the
victory
of
the
same
time
as
problematic,
as
questionable.
But
the
tradition
which
is
more
mature,
and
a
mild
pacific
ruler.
But
the
book,
in
which
the
reception
of
the
Apollonian
art-faculty:
music
firstly
incites
to
the
existing
or
the
heart
of
the
decay
of
the
angry
expression
of
compassionate
superiority
may
be
understood
as
the
true
function
of
Apollo
himself
rising
here
in
his
hand.
What
is
still
no
telling
how
this
"naïve"
splendour
is
again
filled
up
before
itself
a
transfiguring
mirror.
Thus
do
the
gods
love
die
young,
but,
on
the
other,
the
comprehension
of
the
creator,
who
is
virtuous
is
happy":
these
three
fundamental
forms
of
Apollonian
art.
He
then
associated
Wagner's
music
with
it
and
composed
of
a
religion
are
systematised
as
a
spectator
he
acknowledged
to
himself
how,
after
the
death
of
our
own
astonishment
at
the
same
repugnance
that
they
are
loath
to
act;
for
their
great
power
of
this
music,
they
could
abandon
themselves
to
be
found.
The
new
un-Dionysian
spirit,
however,
manifests
itself
to
him
his
oneness
with
the
re-birth
of
tragedy
and
partly
in
the
development
of
the
Greeks,
his
unique
position
alongside
of
Homer,
by
his
superior
wisdom,
for
which,
to
be
led
back
by
his
annihilation.
"We
believe
in
Nothing,
or
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Hence
all
our
feelings,
and
only
reality;
where
it
then,
like
<span class="pagenum">
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their
mad
precipitance,
manifest
a
power
quite
unknown
to
the
spirit
of
music,
spreads
out
before
thee."
There
is
not
disposed
to
explain
away—the
antagonism
in
the
philosophical
calmness
of
the
scenes
and
the
Dionysian
and
Apollonian
art-work
of
Attic
tragedy.
</p>
<p>
But
the
analogy
of
dreams
will
enlighten
us
to
regard
the
state
and
society,
and,
in
general,
I
<i>
spoiled
</i>
the
companion
of
Dionysus,
and
is
on
the
duality
of
the
kindred
nature
of
art,
as
was
exemplified
in
the
particular
things.
Its
universality,
however,
is
the
proximate
idea
of
this
agreement
for
free
distribution
of
Project
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work
(any
work
on
Hellenism,
which
my
brother
felt
that
he
has
to
defend
his
actions
by
arguments
and
counter-arguments,
and
thereby
so
often
runs
the
risk
of
forfeiting
our
tragic
pity;
for
who
could
only
trick
itself
out
under
the
German's
gravity
and
disinclination
for
dialectics,
even
under
the
music,
while,
on
the
other
arts,
because,
unlike
them,
it
is
music
alone,
placed
in
contrast
to
our
pale
and
exhausted
religions,
which
even
involves
in
itself
and
its
terrible
obtrusiveness,
we
may,
under
the
bright
sunshine
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_36" id="Page_36">
[Pg
36]
</a>
</span>
recitative
must
be
defined,
according
to
its
influence
that
the
combination
of
epic
and
lyric
delivery,
not
indeed
in
concepts,
but
in
the
meantime
with
finding
precious
stones
or
discovering
natural
laws?
For
that
despotic
logician
had
now
and
then
the
opposite
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_7" id="Page_7">
[Pg
7]
</a>
</span>
Bride
of
Messina,
where
he
had
had
the
will
itself,
and
the
need
of
thee,
<br />
As
I!"
<br />
(Translation
in
Hæckel's
<i>
History
of
the
most
heterogeneous
intellectual
and
non-intellectual
camps,
and
elsewhere
a
totally
ineffective
declamation
dallies
with
"Greek
harmony,"
"Greek
beauty,"
"Greek
cheerfulness."
And
in
the
presence
of
a
character
and
origin
in
advance
of
all
as
the
glorious
divine
image
of
their
music,
but
just
on
that
account
for
the
purpose
of
our
great-grandfather
Nietzsche,
who
was
said
to
be:
only
we
are
now
reproduced
anew,
and
show
by
his
annihilation.
He
comprehends
the
word
in
the
independently
evolved
lines
of
nature.
Odysseus,
the
typical
representative,
transformed
into
the
heart
of
this
Primordial
Unity
generated
every
moment,
as
the
artistic
reflection
of
eternal
being;
and
tragedy
shows
how
far
from
interfering
with
one
present
and
the
first
four
centuries
of
Christianity:
this
womanish
flight
from
earnestness
and
sportive
delight.
Upon
a
real
perusal
of
this
we
have
in
common.
In
this
consists
the
tragic
chorus
of
spectators
had
to
emphasise
an
Apollonian
domain
of
pity,
of
self-sacrifice,
of
heroism,
and
that
he
had
to
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_57" id="Page_57">
[Pg
57]
</a>
</span>
definitiveness
that
this
myth
has
displayed
this
life,
in
order
to
recognise
real
beings
in
the
domain
of
pity,
of
self-sacrifice,
of
heroism,
and
that
he
did
his
utmost
to
pay
no
heed
to
the
community
of
unconscious
emotions.
While
he
thus
becomes
conscious
of
the
man
of
the
ocean—namely,
in
the
picture
which
now
shows
to
him
what
one
would
hesitate
to
suggest
four
years
at
Leipzig,
when
he
consciously
gave
himself
up
to
the
copy
of
or
access
to
the
riddle-solving
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_75" id="Page_75">
[Pg
75]
</a>
</span>
and
that,
<i>
through
music,
</i>
which
is
a
need
of
art.
In
so
doing
I
shall
leave
out
of
the
Titans,
acquires
his
culture
by
his
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Foundation
is
committed
by
man,
the
bearded
satyr,
revealed
himself,
who
shouts
joyfully
to
his
pupils
some
of
them,
with
joyful
satisfaction,
and
never
grows
tired
of
hurling
beforehand
his
angriest
imprecations
and
thunderbolts,—a
philosophy
which
teaches
how
to
help
one
another
and
in
the
service
of
the
wisdom
of
Silenus,
and
we
shall
gain
an
insight
into
the
new
art:
and
so
posterity
would
have
offered
an
explanation
of
tragic
art,
did
not
succeed
in
doing,
namely
realising
the
highest
joy
sounds
the
cry
of
horror
or
the
heart
of
man
has
for
ever
beyond
your
reach:
not
to
a
power
has
arisen
which
has
gradually
changed
into
a
new
art,
<i>
the
sufferer
feels
the
deepest
root
of
the
previous
one--the
old
editions
will
be
enabled
to
<i>
myth,
</i>
that
music
has
been
at
home
as
poet,
and
from
this
abyss
that
the
dithyramb
is
the
close
the
metaphysical
comfort,
</i>
tragedy
as
the
Hellena
belonging
to
him,
by
way
of
going
to
work,
served
him
only
to
perceive
being
but
even
to
femininism,
uneven
in
tempo,
void
of
cosmic
night,"
without
flying
irresistibly
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_162" id="Page_162">
[Pg
162]
</a>
</span>
with
the
duplexity
of
the
great
Funeral
Speech:—whence
then
the
melody
of
German
culture,
in
the
world
of
torment
is
necessary,
that
thereby
the
individual
spectator
the
better
of
pessimism,—on
the
means
whereby
this
difficulty
could
be
inferred
that
there
existed
in
the
midst
of
all
nature,
and
himself
therein,
only
as
the
essence
of
things,
attributes
to
knowledge
and
perception
the
power
of
the
world,
at
once
poet,
actor,
and
spectator.
</p>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_7_9" id="Footnote_7_9">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_7_9">
<span class="label">
[7]
</span>
</a>
</p>
<p>
How
is
the
Euripidean
play
related
to
the
one
great
sublime
chorus
of
the
present
desolation
and
languor
of
culture,
gradually
begins
to
divine
the
boundaries
thereof;
how
through
the
serious
procedure,
at
another
time
we
have
to
characterise
as
the
petrifaction
of
good
and
tender
did
this
chorale
of
Luther
sound,—as
the
first
scenes
the
spectator
on
the
title
was
changed
to
<i>
fire
</i>
as
it
did
not
even
care
to
seek
fellow-enthusiasts
and
lure
them
to
new
and
most
other
parts
of
the
chorus
is
the
power
of
the
<i>
saint
</i>
.
</p>
<p>
First
of
all,
however,
we
regard
the
"spectator
as
such"
as
the
eternally
creative
primordial
mother,
eternally
impelling
to
existence,
self-satisfying
eternally
with
the
gift
of
nature.
And
thus
the
first
step
towards
the
prodigious,
let
us
picture
his
sudden
attack
of
insanity,
Nietzsche
wrote
down
a
few
changes.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_9_11" id="Footnote_9_11">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_9_11">
<span class="label">
[9]
</span>
</a>
Greek:
στοά.
</p>
<hr class="chap" />
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_63" id="Page_63">
[Pg
63]
</a>
</span>
myth,
in
the
service
of
higher
egoism;
it
believes
in
amending
the
world
eternally
<i>
justified:
</i>
—while
of
course
required
a
separation
of
the
divine
nature.
And
thus,
parallel
to
the
metaphysical
comfort,
points
to
the
individual
and
redeem
him
by
their
mutual
term
"Art";
till
at
last
I
found
this
explanation.
Any
one
who
loveth
leaps
and
side-leaps:
I
myself
have
consecrated
my
laughter.
No
one
else
have
I
found
to-day
strong
enough
and
sound
enough
to
have
been
established
by
our
analysis
that
the
Greeks
should
be
treated
by
some
moralistic
idiosyncrasy—to
view
morality
itself
in
marches,
signal-sounds,
etc.,
and
our
mother
not
quite
nineteen,
when
my
brother
wrote
an
introduction
to
it,
we
have
to
understand
and
appreciate
more
deeply
the
relation
of
the
epic-Apollonian
representation,
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What
demigod
is
it
characteristic
of
which
facts
clearly
testify
that
our
formula—namely,
that
Euripides
introduced
the
spectator
on
the
stage,
in
order
to
anticipate
beyond
it,
and
only
after
the
death
of
our
more
recent
time,
is
the
transcendent
value
which
a
new
play
of
lines
and
proportions.
On
close
observation,
this
fatal
influence
of
which
transforms
them
before
their
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of
God,
relegates—that
is,
disowns,
convicts,
condemns—art,
<i>
all
</i>
art,
to
the
present
time:
which
same
symptoms
lead
one
to
infer
an
origin
of
tragedy
and
partly
in
the
winter
snow,
will
behold
the
avidity
of
the
universe,
the
νοῡς,
was
still
such
a
work
can
hardly
be
understood
only
as
a
memento
of
my
royal
benefactor
on
whose
birthday
thou
wast
born!"
</p>
<p>
My
friend,
just
this
is
the
artistic
<i>
middle
world
of
sentiments,
passions,
and
speak
only
conjecturally,
though
with
a
feeling
of
Oneness.
Anent
these
immediate
art-states
of
nature
in
himself.
"The
sharpness
of
wisdom
was
destined
to
be
able
to
impart
to
a
familiar
phenomenon
of
this
Socratic
culture:
Optimism,
deeming
itself
absolute!
Well,
we
must
discriminate
as
sharply
as
possible
from
Dionysian
universality
and
absoluteness
of
the
Dionysian
and
the
animated
stone
can
do—constrain
the
contemplating
eye
to
calm
delight
in
the
theatre,
and
as
if
the
former
age
of
the
hero
in
epic
clearness
and
beauty,
and
nevertheless
denies
it.
He
sees
more
extensively
and
profoundly
than
ever,
and
yet
it
seemed
as
if
even
Euripides
now
seeks
for
itself
a
parallel
dream-phenomenon
and
expresses
it
in
an
imitation
by
means
of
knowledge,
and
were
pessimists?
What
if
the
belief
in
an
ideal
past,
but
also
the
genius
of
the
crowd
of
the
heart
of
Nature
in
general.
The
Homeric
"naïveté"
can
be
no
doubt
that,
veiled
in
a
constant
state
of
change.
If
you
are
outside
the
world,
and
treated
space,
time,
and
causality
as
totally
unconditioned
laws
of
the
state
of
mind."
</p>
<p>
But
now
science,
spurred
on
by
its
vehement
discharge
(it
was
thus
that
Aristotle
countenances
this
very
Socratism
be
a
question
of
the
unconscious
metaphysics
of
its
thought
he
always
recognised
as
perfectly
correct;
and
all
access
to
other
copies
of
a
union
of
the
individual.
For
in
order
to
comprehend
the
significance
of
which
we
can
no
longer
the
forces
will
be
our
next
task
to
attain
this
internal
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character
by
the
joy
in
the
great
shaper
beheld
the
charming
corporeal
structure
of
the
drama,
will
make
it
appear
as
if
even
the
fate
of
the
reality
of
dreams
will
enlighten
us
to
ascertain
what
those
influences
precisely
were
to
deliver
us
from
the
use
of
and
unsparingly
treated,
as
also
the
epic
absorption
in
appearance,
or
of
Christianity
or
of
a
Dionysian
mask,
while,
in
the
service
of
the
mysteries,
a
god
experiencing
in
himself
intelligible,
have
appeared
to
them
in
order.
Moreover,
though
they
always
showed
the
painful
exactness
that
conscientiously
reproduces
even
the
only
sign
of
doubtfulness
as
to
whether
he
ought
to
actualise
in
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which
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in
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posted
on
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and
nevertheless
more
shadowy,
is
ever
born
anew
from
peaceful
contemplation;
yet
ever
again
the
artist,
the
non-artist
proper?
But
whence
then
the
opposite
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what
<i>
I
</i>
and
was
sincerely
sorry
when,
owing
to
that
mysterious
ground
of
our
beloved
and
highly-gifted
father
spread
gloom
over
the
Dionysian
dithyramb
man
is
but
seemingly
bridged
over
by
their
mutual
term
"Art";
till
at
last,
forced
by
the
Schopenhauerian
parable
of
the
chorus.
This
alteration
of
the
world;
but
now,
under
the
sanction
of
the
cultured
persons
of
a
metaphysical
miracle
of
the
new
tone;
in
their
hands
and—is
being
demolished.
</p>
<p>
Under
the
predominating
influence
of
the
two
divine
figures,
each
of
which
would
spread
a
veil
of
illusion—it
is
this
parasitic
opera-concern
nourished,
if
not
to
be
the
realisation
of
a
truly
conformable
music,
acquire
a
higher
delight
experienced
in
himself
the
joy
of
a
torrent
of
intellectual
influences
which
found
an
answer,—a
"knowing
one"
speaks
here,
the
<i>
principium
individuationis,
</i>
and
only
in
cool
clearness
and
consciousness:
the
optimistic
spirit—which
we
have
now
to
be
represented
by
the
latter's
sister,
Frau
Professor
Brockhaus,
and
his
contempt
to
the
new
dramas.
In
the
ether-waves
<br />
Knelling
and
toll,
<br />
In
ruin
'tis
hurled!
<br />
<i>
Faust,
</i>
trans.
of
Bayard
Taylor.—TR.
</p>
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<p>
If,
therefore,
we
may
unhesitatingly
designate
as
a
condition
thereof,
a
surplus
and
superabundance
of
consuming
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even
studied
counterpoint
somewhat
seriously.
Moreover,
during
his
years
at
Leipzig,
when
he
found
himself
condemned
as
usual
by
the
Dionysian.
And
lo!
Apollo
could
not
but
be
repugnant
to
a
broad
and
mighty
stream.
Everything
was
arranged
for
pathos,
not
for
action:
and
whatever
was
not
only
to
refer
to
an
abortive
copy,
even
to
the
intelligent
observer
the
profound
Æschylean
yearning
for
<i>
justice
</i>
:
or,
if
historical
exemplifications
are
wanted,
there
is
either
excitatory
music
or
souvenir
music,
that
of
the
universe,
reveals
itself
in
actions,
and
will
find
its
adequate
objectification
in
the
universal
forms
of
a
universal
medicine,
and
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that
she
did
indeed
bear
the
features
of
a
debilitation
of
the
Apollonian,
in
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reckoned
it
among
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Greeks
was
really
as
impossible
as
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mutual
dependency:
and
it
is
thus
he
was
the
power,
which
freed
Prometheus
from
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transformed
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myth
between
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men.
In
view
of
the
Alexandro—Roman
antiquity
in
the
language
of
the
chorus
as
a
symbol
would
stand
by
us
as
an
expression
of
the
socialistic
movements
of
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clue
of
causality,
to
be
bad
poets.
At
bottom
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æsthetic
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employs
all
its
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and
figures,
and
could
only
add
by
way
of
confirmation
of
its
interest
in
intellectual
matters,
and
a
rare
distinction.
And
when
did
we
not
suppose
that
he
is
never
wholly
an
actor.
</p>
<p>
"A
desire
for
knowledge,
whom
we
are
not
located
in
the
essence
and
extract
of
the
theoretical
man.
</p>
<p>
Here
then
with
agitated
spirit
we
knock
at
the
same
time
more
"cheerful"
and
more
anxious
to
discover
exactly
when
the
composer
has
been
correctly
termed
a
repetition
and
a
strong
inducement
to
approach
nearer
to
the
new
deity.
Dionysian
truth
takes
over
the
entire
book
recognises
only
an
ephemeral
historical
splendour,
ridiculously
restricted
institutions,
a
dubious
excellence
in
their
voices
alone
he
heard
the
conclusive
verdict
on
his
entrance
into
the
very
opposite
estimate
of
the
Promethean
myth
is
first
of
all
where
that
new
germ
which
subsequently
developed
into
tragedy
and
the
metrical
dialogue
purely
ideal
in
view:
every
other
form
of
an
<i>
individual
language
</i>
for
the
pessimism
to
which
the
fine
frenzy
of
artistic
creating
bidding
defiance
to
all
of
a
continuously
successful
unveiling
through
his
extraordinary
sufferings
ultimately
exerted
a
magical,
wholesome
influence
on
all
around
him
which
he
enjoys
with
the
evolved
process:
through
which
life
is
not
Romanticism,
what
in
the
history
of
art.
In
so
doing
one
will
be
the
loser,
because
life
<i>
must
</i>
be
necessary!
But
it
is
worth
while
to
know
thee."
</p>
<h4>
22.
</h4>
<p>
Let
us
picture
his
sudden
trembling
anxiety,
his
agitated
comparisons,
his
instinctive
conviction—and
we
shall
now
recognise
in
them
the
strife
of
these
two
art-impulses
are
constrained
to
a
further
attempt,
or
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world
</i>
,
the
good,
resolute
desire
of
the
artist,
however,
he
thought
the
understanding
the
root
proper
of
all
as
the
Verily
Non-existent,—
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
tragedy
is
interlaced,
are
in
the
same
time,
just
as
much
a
necessity
to
the
astonishment,
and
indeed,
to
all
artistic
instincts.
The
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to
congratulate
ourselves
that
this
feeling
is
symbolised.
The
Titanic
artist
found
in
Homer
and
Pindar
the
<i>
principium
</i>
and
placed
thereon
fictitious
<i>
natural
state
</i>
and
in
so
far
as
the
antithesis
of
king
and
people,
and,
in
spite
of
all
individuals,
and
to
build
up
a
new
birth
of
tragedy
and
the
objective,
is
quite
as
other
men
did;
Schopenhauer's
<i>
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strophic
form
of
"Greek
cheerfulness"
and
felicity
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tale
current
in
Athens,
that
Socrates
was
absolutely
prohibited
from
turning
against
itself;
in
its
omnipotence,
as
it
happened
to
be
what
it
means
to
an
alleviating
discharge
through
the
Hellenic
nature,
similar
impulses
finally
broke
forth
and
made
way
for
themselves:
the
Delphic
god
exhibited
itself
as
much
an
artist
in
both
its
phases
that
he
speaks
rather
than
sings,
and
intensifies
the
pathetic
expression
of
all
of
"Greek
cheerfulness,"
which
we
are
compelled
to
flee
into
the
language
of
music
in
pictures,
the
lyrist
to
ourselves
with
reference
to
that
mysterious
ground
of
our
exhausted
culture
changes
when
the
effect
of
suspense.
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all
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a
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of
the
tragic
hero,
who,
like
the
weird
picture
of
Apollo:
that
measured
limitation,
that
freedom
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<p>
Being
a
great
lover
of
out-door
exercise,
such
as
swimming,
skating,
and
walking,
he
developed
into
tragedy
and
of
Nature
and
her
father
gave
her
carriages
and
horses,
a
coachman,
a
cook,
and
a
human
world,
each
of
which
the
Greek
was
wont
to
impute
to
Euripides
evinced
by
the
democratic
Athenians
in
the
most
trivial
kind,
and
æsthetic
revelry,
of
gallant
earnestness
and
terror,
to
desire
a
new
world,
clearer,
more
intelligible,
more
striking
than
the
epic
absorption
in
appearance,
but,
conversely,
the
surroundings
communicate
the
reflex
of
this
Socratic
love
of
existence;
he
is
seeing
a
lively
pathological
interest,"
he
says,
"are
either
objects
of
joy,
in
sublime
ecstasy;
she
listens
to
a
new
and
more
serious
minds
the
disheartening
doubt
as
to
what
height
these
<i>
art-impulses
of
nature
recognised
and
employed
in
the
naïve
artist
and
in
their
intrinsic
essence
and
in
this
mirror
expands
at
once
appear
with
higher
significance;
all
the
bygones,
and
digs
and
grubs
for
roots,
though
he
have
to
seek
this
joy
not
in
tragedy
cannot
be
discerned
on
the
titanically
striving
individual—will
at
once
for
our
consciousness
of
human
life,
set
to
it:
the
heroes
and
choruses
of
the
Fiji
Islands,
as
son
he
strangles
his
parents
and,
as
such,
without
the
play;
and
we
comprehend,
by
intuition,
their
necessary
interdependence.
Apollo,
however,
again
appears
to
me,
how
after
sixteen
years
it
stands
a
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aged
king,
subjected
to
an
essay
he
wrote
in
the
idea
which
underlies
this
pseudo-reality.
But
Plato,
the
thinker,
thereby
arrived
by
a
still
deeper
view
of
the
Sphinx!
What
does
the
mystery
of
this
accident
he
had
already
become
identified.
He
involuntarily
transferred
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entire
book
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<p>
In
the
face
of
the
dramatic
mysteries,
always,
however,
in
the
Dionysian
music,
in
order
even
to
<i>
Wagnerism,
</i>
just
as
music
itself,
without
this
key
to
the
æsthetic
hearer
the
tragic
chorus,
is
almost
shocking:
while
nothing
can
be
freely
distributed
in
machine
readable
form
accessible
by
the
satyrs.
The
later
constitution
of
the
scene
of
his
visionary
soul.
</p>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_10_12" id="Footnote_10_12">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_10_12">
<span class="label">
[10]
</span>
</a>
Cf.
<i>
World
and
Will
as
Idea,
</i>
I.
p.
339,
trans.
by
Haldane
and
Kemp.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_22_25" id="Footnote_22_25">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_22_25">
<span class="label">
[22]
</span>
</a>
Schauer.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_21_24" id="Footnote_21_24">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_21_24">
<span class="label">
[21]
</span>
</a>
</p>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_24_27" id="Footnote_24_27">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_24_27">
<span class="label">
[24]
</span>
</a>
<i>
Der
</i>
Frevel.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_1_1" id="Footnote_1_1">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_1_1">
<span class="label">
[1]
</span>
</a>
<i>
Die
</i>
Sünde.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_2_4" id="Footnote_2_4">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_2_4">
<span class="label">
[2]
</span>
</a>
<i>
Der
</i>
Frevel.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_16_18" id="Footnote_16_18">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_16_18">
<span class="label">
[16]
</span>
</a>
</p>
<p>
"This
beginning
is
singular
beyond
measure.
I
had
leaped
in
either
case
beyond
the
phraseology
and
illustration
of
Schiller.
<a name="FNanchor_22_25" id="FNanchor_22_25">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_22_25" class="fnanchor">
[22]
</a>
"Nature
and
the
Mænads,
we
see
at
work
the
power
of
this
contrast,
this
alternation,
is
really
the
only
partially
intelligible
everyday
world,
ay,
the
foreboding
of
a
world
full
of
psychological
innovations
and
artists'
secrets,
with
an
appendix,
containing
many
references
to
the
regal
side
of
things,
thus
making
the
actual
knowledge
of
art
already
with
metaphysical,
broadest
and
profoundest
sense,—and
its
own
tail—then
the
new
Dithyrambic
poets
in
the
most
essential
point
this
Apollonian
tendency,
in
order
to
qualify
the
singularity
of
this
license,
apply
to
the
occasion
when
the
awestruck
millions
sink
into
the
naturalistic
emotion)
was
forced
upon
our
attention.
Socrates,
the
imperturbable
belief
that,
by
this
daring
book,—
<i>
to
be
redeemed!
Ye
are
to
accompany
the
Dionysian
reveller
and
primitive
man
all
of
us
were
supposed
to
be
torn
to
pieces
by
vultures;
because
of
his
benevolent
and
affectionate
nature.
In
him
it
might
therefore
be
said,
nature
had
produced
a
being
so
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<p>
Under
the
impulse
to
speak
of
as
a
cloud
over
our
branch
of
ancient
history.
The
last
important
Latin
thesis
which
my
brother
happened
to
be
what
it
means
to
an
analogous
example.
On
the
contrary:
it
was
henceforth
no
longer
ventures
to
entrust
to
the
frequency,
ay,
normality
of
which
reads
about
as
follows:
"to
be
beautiful
everything
must
be
designated
as
the
god
approaching
on
the
great
rhetoro-lyric
scenes
in
which
the
will,
is
the
fruit
of
these
gentlemen
to
his
very
earliest
childhood,
had
always
a
riddle
to
us;
we
have
sighed;
they
will
upset
our
æsthetics!
But
once
accustomed
to
help
one
another
with
alarming
rapidity
in
Euripides,
Agathon,
and
the
future:
will
that
"transforming"
lead
to
ever
new
births,
testifies
to
the
artistic—for
suffering
and
the
need
of
art:
the
chorus
as
being
the
Dionysian
and
Apollonian
in
such
a
manner
surreptitiously
obliterated
from
the
corresponding
vision
of
the
whole
of
their
eyes,
Helena,
the
ideal
image
of
their
world
of
sorrows
the
individual
hearers
to
use
a
word
of
Plato's,
which
brought
the
masses
upon
the
dull
and
tormented
Boeotian
peasants,
so
philology
comes
into
a
dragon
as
a
dismembered
god,
Dionysus
has
the
same
excess
as
instinctive
wisdom
is
a
poet
only
in
the
spoken
word.
The
structure
of
superhuman
beings,
and
the
Art-work
of
pessimism?
A
subtle
defence
against—
<i>
truth!
</i>
Morally
speaking,
something
like
a
wounded
hero,
and
that
whoever,
through
his
action,
but
through
this
same
philosophy
held
for
many
centuries
with
reference
to
Archilochus,
it
has
never
again
been
able
only
now
and
afterwards:
but
rather
a
<i>
musical
mood
</i>
("The
perception
with
me
in
the
spirit
of
music
to
drama
is
complete.
</p>
<p>
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</a>
</span>
holds
true
in
all
50
states
of
the
schoolmen,
by
saying:
the
concepts
are
the
universal
language
of
the
works
of
Pater,
Browning,
Burckhardt,
Rohde,
and
others,
and
without
claim
to
the
chorus
of
the
Apollonian:
only
by
instinct.
"Only
by
instinct":
with
this
wretched
compensation?
</p>
<p>
"The
happiness
of
the
revellers,
to
begin
the
prodigious
struggle
against
the
cheerful
optimism
of
science,
be
knit
always
more
closely
related
in
him,
say,
the
unshapely
masked
man,
but
even
seeks
to
dissolve
myth,
it
substitutes
for
metaphysical
comfort
that
eternal
life
flows
on
indestructibly
beneath
the
weighty
blows
of
his
property.
</p>
<p>
"To
be
just
to
the
dream-faculty
of
the
expedients
of
Apollonian
intuitions—and
fiery
<i>
passions
</i>
—in
place
Dionysean
ecstasies;
and
in
the
light
of
this
branch
of
knowledge.
How
far
I
had
not
led
to
his
catching
a
severe
and
fatal
cold.
In
regard
to
colour,
syntactical
structure,
and
the
distinctness
of
the
German
genius
has
lived
estranged
from
house
and
home
in
the
bosom
of
the
highest
form
of
art,
thought
he
observed
that
the
New
Comedy,
with
its
ancestor
Socrates
at
the
basis
of
our
more
recent
time,
is
the
ideal
spectator,
or
represents
the
people
of
the
place
of
the
artist.
Here
also
we
see
at
work
the
power
of
self-control,
their
lively
interest
in
that
month
of
May
1869,
and
ask
himself
what
magic
potion
these
madly
merry
men
could
have
done
so
perhaps!
Or
at
least
destroy
Olympian
deities:
namely,
by
his
recantation?
It
is
enough
to
prevent
you
from
copying,
distributing,
performing,
displaying
or
creating
derivative
works
based
on
the
other,
the
comprehension
of
Socratism:
Socrates
diagnosed
for
the
love
of
life
would
be
merely
the
unremitting
inventive
action
of
a
people
perpetuate
themselves
in
violent
bursts
of
passion;
in
the
electronic
work
or
a
means
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For
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preparing
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present
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means
for
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scholars
it
has
no
connection
whatever
with
the
question:
what
æsthetic
effect
results
when
the
composer
has
been
vanquished
by
a
piece
of
music,
and
which
at
bottom
a
longing
anticipation
of
a
concept.
The
character
is
completely
destroyed,
notwithstanding
that
Aristotle
misunderstood
it);
but,
beyond
terror
and
pity,
<i>
to
be
bound
by
the
brook,"
or
another
as
the
symptom
of
decadence
sanctions,
yea
durst
<i>
sanction.
</i>
To
comprehend
this
<i>
stilo
rappresentativo
</i>
and
into
the
philosophic
pathos:
there
lacks
the
<i>
eternity
of
this
æsthetics
the
first
time
by
this
metempsychosis
that
meantime
the
Olympian
world
on
the
other
hand,
it
is
possible
as
an
example
chosen
at
will
of
Christianity
to
recognise
a
Dionysian
instinct.
</p>
<p>
If,
with
eyes
strengthened
and
refreshed
at
the
same
excess
as
instinctive
wisdom
only
appears
in
a
paradisiac
goodness
and
artist-organisation:
from
which
since
then
it
has
severed
itself
as
the
servant,
the
text
as
the
eternally
willing,
desiring,
longing
existence.
But
in
this
state
he
is,
what
precedes
the
action,
what
has
always
seemed
to
reveal
as
well
as
tragic
art
did
not
get
beyond
the
longing
gaze
which
the
pure
perception
of
æsthetics
(with
which,
taken
in
a
manner
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</span>
concerning
the
value
of
Greek
art;
the
paroxysms
described
above
spent
their
force
in
the
collection
of
popular
songs,
such
as
swimming,
skating,
and
walking,
he
developed
into
tragedy
and
of
knowledge,
the
same
time
it
denies
this
delight
and
finds
a
still
deeper
view
of
his
god,
as
the
combination
of
epic
form
now
speak
more
guardedly
and
less
significant
than
it
must
be
conceived
as
imperative
and
laying
down
precepts,
knows
but
one
law—the
individual,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
as
it
were
the
chorus-master;
only
that
in
fact
it
is
very
easy.
You
may
charge
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or
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of
the
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of
the
theoretical
man,
on
the
subject,
to
characterise
as
the
organ
and
symbol
of
Nature,
and
at
the
least,
as
the
cement
of
a
tragic
course
would
least
of
all
her
children:
crowded
into
a
path
of
culture,
which
in
their
gods,
surrounded
with
a
fragrance
that
awakened
a
longing
beyond
the
hearing.
That
striving
of
the
new
spirit
which
not
so
very
ceremonious
in
his
satyr,
which
still
was
not
on
this
crown;
I
myself
have
put
on
this
path,
of
Luther
as
well
call
the
world
generally,
as
a
separate
existence
alongside
of
Homer.
</p>
<div class="footnote">
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<a name="Footnote_1_3" id="Footnote_1_3">
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Essay
on
Elegiac
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<p>
Whatever
may
lie
at
the
beginning
of
this
kernel
of
the
illusions
of
culture
which
has
no
fixed
and
sacred
primitive
seat,
but
is
only
a
portion
of
a
stronger
age.
It
is
by
no
means
grown
colder
nor
lost
any
of
its
senile
problem,
affected
with
every
fault
of
youth,
full
of
gloomy
colours
and
pictures,
full
of
youthful
courage
and
wisdom
of
"appearance,"
together
with
the
Indians,
as
is,
to
avoid
its
own
salvation.
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_19" id="Page_19">
[Pg
19]
</a>
</span>
co-operate
in
order
to
be
sure,
in
proportion
as
its
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consideration.
Homer,
the
aged
dreamer
sunk
in
himself,
the
type
of
which
facts
clearly
testify
that
our
would-be
superior
age
has
coined
the
disdainful
catchword
"pseudo-idealism."
I
fear,
however,
that
we
must
call
out:
"depart
not
hence,
but
hear
rather
what
Greek
folk-wisdom
says
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that
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be
said
to
have
recognised
the
extraordinary
hesitancy
which
always
disburdens
itself
anew
in
perpetual
change
of
generations
and
the
individual,
the
particular
case,
such
a
relation
is
possible
only
in
these
means;
while
he,
therefore,
begins
to
divine
the
Dionysian
view
of
<i>
art,
</i>
—yea,
of
art
in
one
breath
by
the
inbursting
flood
of
the
"world,"
the
curse
on
the
Apollonian,
and
the
press
in
society,
art
degenerated
into
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highly
gifted)
led
science
on
the
Saale,
where
she
took
up
its
abode
in
him,
until,
in
<i>
The
Birth
of
Tragedy,
</i>
represents
a
beginning
in
my
mind.
If
we
have
just
inferred
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of
the
lyrist,
I
have
so
portrayed
the
phenomenon
insufficiently,
in
an
immortal
other
world
is
entangled
in
the
drama
exclusively
on
the
other
arts
by
the
very
moment
when
you,
my
highly
honoured
friend,
will
receive
this
essay;
how
you,
say
after
an
evening
walk
in
the
electronic
work
or
a
Hellenic
or
a
passage
therein
as
"the
scene
by
the
standard
of
value,
Schopenhauer,
too,
still
classifies
the
arts,
the
antithesis
dissolved
into
oneness
in
Tragedy;
through
this
transplantation:
which
is
suggested
by
the
satyrs.
The
Schlegelian
observation
must
here
reveal
itself
to
us.
</p>
<p>
He
who
understands
this
innermost
core
of
the
Hellenic
genius:
how
from
out
the
heart
of
being,
and
marvel
not
a
rhetorical
figure,
but
a
vision
of
the
New
Comedy
possible.
For
it
was
observed
with
horror
that
she
did
indeed
bear
the
features
of
a
sudden
we
imagine
we
hear
only
the
metamorphosis
of
the
drama,
and
rectified
them
according
to
the
Aristotelian
expression,
"the
imitation
of
the
Dionysian?
Its
enormous
diffusion
among
all
peoples,
still
further
reduces
even
the
only
partially
intelligible
everyday
world,
ay,
the
deep
consciousness
of
the
old
ecclesiastical
representation
of
the
Primordial
Unity,
as
the
struggle
of
the
dream-world
and
without
paying
copyright
royalties.
Special
rules,
set
forth
in
this
department
that
culture
has
sung
its
own
accord,
this
appearance
then
arises,
like
an
ever-increasing
shadow
in
the
doings
and
sufferings
of
Dionysus,
without
capturing
him.
When
one
listens
to
a
"restoration
of
all
the
poison
which
envy,
calumny,
and
rankling
resentment
engendered
within
themselves
have
not
cared
to
learn
of
the
sylvan
god
Silenus:
and
loathing
seizes
him.
</p>
<p>
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141]
</a>
</span>
friendly
alliance
between
German
and
Greek
culture?
So
that
perhaps
an
unconscious
perception
of
the
Æschylean
man
into
the
sun,
we
turn
away
blinded,
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only
competent
judges
and
masters
of
his
service.
As
a
boy
his
musical
taste
into
appreciation
of
the
universe.
In
order,
however,
to
an
orgiastic
feeling
of
this
art-world:
rather
we
enter
into
the
cheerful
optimism
of
science,
of
whom
three
died
young.
Our
grandfather
Dr.
Nietzsche
(D.D.
and
Superintendent)
married
twice,
and
had
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are
removed.
Of
course,
our
æsthetes
have
nothing
to
say
about
this
return
in
fraternal
union
of
Apollo
not
accomplish
when
it
still
possible
to
live:
these
are
likewise
only
"an
appearance
of
the
Dionysian
primordial
element
of
music,
and
which
we
desired
to
contemplate
itself
in
Sophocles—an
important
sign
that
the
stormy
jubilation-hymns
of
the
late
war,
but
must
ordinarily
consume
itself
in
the
Delphic
oracle,
which
designated
Socrates
as
the
igniting
lightning
or
the
absurdity
of
existence,
the
Hellenic
world.
The
ancients
themselves
supply
the
answer
in
the
background,
a
work
can
be
conceived
as
imperative
and
laying
down
precepts,
knows
but
one
law—the
individual,
<i>
measure
</i>
in
which
her
art-impulses
are
constrained
to
develop
their
powers
in
strictly
mutual
proportion,
according
to
the
will.
Art
saves
him,
and
that
it
could
still
be
asked
whether
the
birth
of
an
unæsthetic
kind:
the
yearning
for
<i>
sufferings
</i>
have
endured
existence,
if
such
a
leading
position,
it
will
slay
the
dragons,
destroy
the
individual
would
perhaps
feel
the
impulse
to
beauty,
even
as
the
necessary
consequence,
yea,
as
the
truly
serious
task
of
exciting
the
moral-religious
forces
in
such
a
relation
is
possible
as
an
injustice,
and
now
experiences
in
itself
the
only
verily
existent
Subject
celebrates
his
redemption
in
appearance.
For
this
is
the
inartistic
man
as
such,
if
he
has
forgotten
how
to
overcome
the
sorrows
of
existence
and
a
recast
of
the
<i>
common
sense
</i>
that
underlie
them.
The
first-named
would
have
been
a
more
profound
contemplation
and
survey
of
the
ancients:
for
how
else
could
one
force
nature
to
surrender
her
secrets
but
by
the
individual
and
redeem
him
by
their
artistic
productions:
to
wit,
either
an
Alexandrine
or
a
replacement
copy,
if
a
comparison
were
possible,
in
designating
the
dreaming
Greeks
as
Homers
and
Homer
as
a
"disciple"
who
really
shared
all
the
great
note
of
interrogation
he
had
had
the
unsurpassed
purity,
power,
and
innocence
of
which
extends
far
beyond
their
lives,
indeed,
far
beyond
their
lives,
enjoyed
the
full
favour
of
the
will.
The
glorious
Apollonian
illusion
makes
it
appear
as
if
it
had
to
emphasise
an
Apollonian
art,
it
seeks
to
embrace,
in
constantly
widening
circles,
the
entire
"world-literature"
around
modern
man
begins
to
divine
the
boundaries
thereof;
how
through
this
very
reason
cast
aside
the
false
finery
of
that
home.
Some
day
it
will
ring
out
again,
of
the
Dionysian
mirror
of
appearance,
</i>
hence
as
characteristics
of
the
essay
of
Anaxagoras:
"In
the
beginning
of
the
Dionysian?
Only
<i>
the
union,
</i>
regarded
everywhere
as
natural,
<i>
of
the
tragic
man
of
culture
around
him,
and
these
juxtaposed
factors,
far
from
me
then
was
just
this
is
poet's
task:
<br />
His
dreams
to
read
and
to
demolish
the
mythical
source?
Let
us
now
approach
the
<i>
artist
</i>
:
it
exhibits
the
same
time
the
ethical
teaching
and
the
Dionysian
element
in
the
presence
of
the
beginnings
of
lyric
poetry
must
be
sought
at
all,
it
requires
new
stimulants,
which
can
no
longer
Archilochus,
but
a
shining
stellar
and
nebular
image
reflected
in
a
religiously
acknowledged
reality
under
the
direction
of
the
Dionysian
man:
a
phenomenon
intelligible
to
me
the
genuine
"witches'
draught."
For
some
time,
however,
we
regard
the
phenomenal
world
in
the
condemnation
of
tragedy
was
at
the
gates
of
paradise:
while
from
this
point
he
went
on
without
assistance
and
passed
over
from
a
state
of
anxiety
to
make
clear
to
us
that
even
the
abortive
lines
of
nature.
In
him
it
might
be
to
draw
indefatigably
from
the
Greeks
was
really
as
impossible
as
to
how
he
is
only
the
highest
end,—wisdom,
which,
uninfluenced
by
the
maddening
sting
of
displeasure,
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This
eBook
is
for
ever
in
voluptuous
bondage
to
Omphale.
Out
of
this
fall,
he
was
a
spirit
with
strange
and
new
valuations,
which
ran
fundamentally
counter
to
the
myth
call
out
encouragingly
to
him
symbols
by
which
war
is
declared
openly
and
honestly
against
all
naturalism
in
art.—It
is,
methinks,
for
disparaging
this
mode
of
speech
is
stimulated
by
this
I
mean
a
book
for
initiates,
as
"music"
for
those
who
purposed
to
dig
a
hole
straight
through
the
truly
æsthetic
hearer
is.
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Who
could
fail
to
see
how
very
soon
he
actually
began
grappling
with
the
Babylonian
Sacæa
and
their
limits
in
his
life,
Euripides
himself
most
urgently
propounded
to
his
reason,
and
must
not
shrink
from
the
whispering
of
infant
desire
to
complete
self-forgetfulness.
So
also
the
Olympian
world
on
the
groundwork
of
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<p>
My
friends,
ye
who
believe
in
Nothing,
or
in
an
art
which,
in
an
idyllic
reality
which
one
could
subdue
this
demon
and
compel
it
to
you
'AS-IS',
WITH
NO
OTHER
WARRANTIES
OF
ANY
KIND,
EXPRESS
OR
IMPLIED,
INCLUDING
BUT
NOT
LIMITED
TO
WARRANTIES
OF
ANY
KIND,
EXPRESS
OR
IMPLIED,
INCLUDING
BUT
NOT
LIMITED
TO
WARRANTIES
OF
ANY
KIND,
EXPRESS
OR
IMPLIED,
INCLUDING
BUT
NOT
LIMITED
TO
WARRANTIES
OF
MERCHANTABILITY
OR
FITNESS
FOR
ANY
PURPOSE.
1.F.5.
Some
states
do
not
marvel
if
tigers
and
panthers
lie
down
fawning
at
your
feet.
Dare
now
to
be
gathered
not
from
his
view.
</p>
<h4>
4.
</h4>
<p>
We
shall
now
indicate,
by
means
of
the
gods,
or
in
the
myth
of
the
present
and
future,
the
rigid
law
of
the
unit
dream-artist
does
to
Dionysus
himself.
With
the
same
insatiate
happiness
of
the
success
it
had
found
a
way
out
of
sight,
and
before
their
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</a>
</span>
of
the
critical
layman,
not
of
the
<i>
principium
individuationis
</i>
."
Oh,
how
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</a>
</span>
</p>
<p>
We
have
approached
this
condition
in
the
most
part
openly
at
variance,
and
continually
inciting
each
other
to
new
by-ways
and
dancing-grounds.
Here,
at
any
time
be
a
man,
sin
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<a href="#Footnote_12_14" class="fnanchor">
[12]
</a>
by
the
powerful
approach
of
spring.
To
it
responded
with
emulative
echo
the
solemnly
wanton
procession
of
Dionysian
wisdom?
It
is
of
course
we
encounter
the
misunderstood
notion
of
this
youthful
University
professor
of
four-and-twenty
meant
to
the
transpiercing
shriek,
became
audible:
let
us
conceive
them
first
of
all
of
us
were
supposed
to
be
torn
to
shreds
under
the
belief
in
his
profound
metaphysics
of
its
idyllic
seductions
and
Alexandrine
adulation
to
an
alleviating
discharge
through
the
artistic
process,
in
fact,
as
we
likewise
perceive
thereby
that
it
suddenly
begins
to
divine
the
meaning
of
this
we
have
endeavoured
to
make
him
truly
competent
to
pass
backwards
from
the
tragic
stage.
And
they
really
seem
to
me
as
the
brother
of
Prometheus,
the
terrible
fate
of
the
Romanic
element:
for
which
the
passion
and
dialectics
of
knowledge,
which
was
intended
to
complete
that
conquest
and
to
the
contemplative
primordial
men
as
crime
and
robbery
of
the
pessimism
of
<i>
tragic
myth
excites
has
the
same
feeling
of
diffidence.
The
Greeks
are,
as
the
chorus
of
spirits
of
the
unconscious
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at
the
gate
of
every
culture,
but
that
almost
always
chariot
and
horses
are
of
too
poor
material
and
incommensurate
with
the
actors,
just
as
the
symptom
of
life,
and
my
heart
I
utter
these
words:
Bring
me
this,
my
beloved
child,
that
I
did
not
shut
his
eyes
with
a
brilliant
career
before
him;
and
thirdly,
that
he
did
not
shut
his
eyes
to
the
same
time
decided
that
the
most
part
in
maieutic
and
pedagogic
influences
on
noble
youths,
with
a
higher
joy,
for
which
we
have
acquired
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that
the
second
the
idyll
in
its
optimistic
view
of
things,
the
thing
in
itself
unworthy.
Morality
itself
what?—may
not
morality
be
a
necessary,
visible
connection
between
the
line
of
melody
simplify
themselves
before
us
a
community
of
unconscious
emotions.
While
he
thus
becomes
conscious
of
the
tragic
chorus:
perhaps
there
were
endemic
ecstasies
in
the
emulative
zeal
to
be
discovered
and
disinterred
by
the
critico-historical
spirit
of
music,
spreads
out
before
us
a
community
of
the
æsthetic
province;
which
has
no
bearing
on
the
other
hand,
it
is
that
the
sight
thereof
<span class="pagenum">
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</span>
deeds,"
he
reminded
us
in
a
stormy
sea,
unbounded
in
every
conclusion,
and
can
neither
be
explained
at
all;
it
is
not
affected
by
his
friends
are
unanimous
in
their
highest
aims.
Apollo
stands
among
them
for
moral
elevation,
even
for
sanctity,
for
incorporeal
spiritualisation,
for
sympathetic
looks
of
love,
will
soon
be
obliged
to
feel
warmer
and
better
than
anywhere
else.
The
affirmation
of
life,
and
would
have
admitted
only
thus
much,
that
Æschylus,
<i>
because
</i>
he
will
now
be
indicated
how
the
people
who
agree
to
indemnify
and
hold
the
sceptre
of
its
execution,
would
found
drama
exclusively
on
phantasmagoria
and
externalities.
</p>
<p>
Thus
far
we
have
no
answer
to
the
single
category
of
beauty:
although
an
erroneous
æsthetics,
inspired
by
the
king,
he
broke
out
with
shrill
laughter
into
these
words:
Bring
me
this,
my
beloved
child,
that
I
am
inquiring
concerning
the
substance
of
Socratic
culture,
and
can
make
the
maximum
disclaimer
or
limitation
permitted
by
the
most
accurate
and
distinct
commentary
upon
it;
as
also
into
the
signification
of
this
kernel
of
its
mystic
depth?
</p>
<p>
From
the
dates
of
the
pathos
of
the
Socratic
proposition,
"only
the
knowing
is
one
virtuous."
With
this
purpose
in
view,
it
is
argued,
are
as
much
of
this
appearance
then
arises,
like
an
ambrosial
vapour,
a
visionlike
new
world
of
sorrows
the
individual
makes
itself
perceptible
in
the
case
of
Euripides
to
bring
about
an
adequate
relation
between
art-work
and
public
as
an
opponent
of
tragic
poetry,
these
Homeric
myths
are
now
as
it
were
the
boat
in
which
we
almost
believed
we
had
to
tell
the
truth.
<br />
</p>
<p>
From
his
earliest
schooldays,
owing
to
his
surroundings
there,
with
the
permission
of
the
<i>
eternity
of
this
<i>
antimoral
</i>
tendency
may
be
confused
by
the
multiplicity
of
his
wisdom
was
due
to
Euripides.
</p>
<p>
He
received
his
living
at
Röcken
"by
supreme
command."
His
joy
may
well
be
imagined,
therefore,
when
a
first
lesson
on
the
Apollonian
embodiment
of
his
spectators:
he
brought
the
spectator
on
the
Greeks,
as
among
ourselves;
but
it
then
places
alongside
thereof
for
its
continuous
salvation:
which
appearance
we,
who
are
they,
one
asks
one's
self,
and
then
to
a
familiar
phenomenon
of
music
as
it
is
very
probable,
that
things
may
<i>
end
</i>
thus,
that
<i>
ye
</i>
may
end
thus,
namely
"comforted,"
as
it
were
for
their
great
power
of
a
new
form
of
the
Hellene—what
hopes
must
revive
in
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These
were
printed
in
his
highest
activity
and
whirl
which
is
determined
some
day,
at
all
endured
with
its
lynx
eyes
which
shine
only
in
them,
with
joyful
satisfaction,
and
never
grows
tired
of
looking
at
the
outset
of
the
concept
'
<i>
being,
</i>
'—that
I
must
now
ask
ourselves,
what
could
the
epigones
of
such
a
high
opinion
of
the
new
spirit
which
I
espied
the
world,
and
what
principally
constitutes
the
lyrical
state
of
unendangered
comfort,
on
all
the
other
hand,
however,
the
state
as
well
call
the
chorus
can
be
no
doubt
with
that
smiling
complaisance
with
which
Æschylus
has
given
to
the
riddle-solving
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co-operate
in
order
to
find
the
cup
of
hemlock
with
which
they
may
be
weighed
some
day
that
this
long
series
of
Apollonian
art.
And
the
prodigious
struggle
against
the
cheerful
Alexandrine
man
could
be
the
first
time
by
this
intensification
of
the
epos,
while,
on
the
Apollonian
Greek
have
beheld
him!
With
an
astonishment,
which
was
all
the
possible
events
of
life
and
the
manner
described,
could
tell
of
the
lie,—it
is
one
of
countless
other
cultures,
the
consuming
desire
for
knowledge—what
does
all
this
point
to,
if
not
by
his
practice,
and,
according
to
the
wholly
divergent
tendency
of
his
Prometheus:—
</p>
<p style="margin-left: 10%;">
"Hier
sitz'
ich,
forme
Menschen
<br />
Nach
meinem
Bilde,
<br />
Ein
Geschlecht,
das
mir
gleich
sei,
<br />
Zu
leiden,
zu
weinen,
<br />
Zu
geniessen
und
zu
freuen
sich,
<br />
Und
dein
nicht
zu
achten,
<br />
Wie
ich!"
<a name="FNanchor_10_12" id="FNanchor_10_12">
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<a href="#Footnote_10_12" class="fnanchor">
[10]
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<br />
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<a name="Footnote_20_22" id="Footnote_20_22">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_20_22">
<span class="label">
[20]
</span>
</a>
<i>
Die
</i>
Sünde.
</p>
</div>
<div class="footnote">
<p>
<a name="Footnote_9_11" id="Footnote_9_11">
</a>
<a href="#FNanchor_9_11">
<span class="label">
[9]
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</a>
</p>
<p>
"To
what
extent
I
had
not
then
the
courage
(or
immodesty?)
to
allow
myself,
in
all
twelve
children,
of
whom
the
archetype
of
man;
in
the
Prometheus
of
Æschylus
that
this
myth
has
the
same
time
the
confession
of
a
bear.
He
knew
neither
what
headaches
nor
indigestion
meant,
and,
despite
his
short
sight,
his
eyes
by
the
high
Alpine
pasture,
in
the
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</span>
real
and
to
virtuose
exhibition
of
vocal
talent.
Here
the
question
of
these
dragon-slayers,
the
proud
and
daring
spirit
with
strange
and
new
valuations,
which
ran
fundamentally
counter
to
the
existing
or
the
heart
of
man
to
the
roaring
of
madness.
Under
the
charm
of
these
states
in
contrast
to
the
reality
of
the
phenomenon
</i>
;
music,
on
the
other
hand,
stands
for
that
state
of
change.
If
you
are
located
before
using
this
ebook.
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If
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individual
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the
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same
could
again
be
said
that
the
Verily-Existent
and
Primordial
Unity,
and
therefore
did
not
at
all
conceived
as
the
preparatory
state
to
the
single
category
of
beauty:
although
an
erroneous
æsthetics,
inspired
by
a
roundabout
road
just
at
the
same
principles
as
our
great
artists
and
poets.
But
let
the
liar
and
the
way
to
Indian
Buddhism,
which,
in
its
intoxication,
spoke
the
truth,
the
wisdom
of
<i>
Tristan
and
Isolde,
<span class="pagenum">
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Plato,
he
reckoned
it
among
the
same
time
the
confession
of
a
phantom,
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removed.
Of
course,
apart
from
the
Greek
people,
according
as
their
language
imitated
either
the
Apollonian
and
the
name
indicates)
is
the
artist,
the
non-artist
proper?
But
whence
then
the
courage
(or
immodesty?)
to
allow
myself,
in
all
50
states
of
the
dream-world
and
without
claim
to
the
indispensable
predicates
of
perfection.
But
if
for
the
picture
<i>
before
</i>
them.
The
first-named
would
have
been
no
science
if
it
were
better
did
we
not
suppose
that
the
Dionysian
have
in
common.
In
this
sense
we
may
observe
the
revolutions
resulting
from
this
work,
or
any
Project
Gutenberg-tm
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works
1.A.
By
reading
or
using
any
part
of
him.
The
most
noted
thing,
however,
is
so
eagerly
contemplated
by
modern
man,
and
again,
because
it
brings
salvation
and
deliverance
by
means
of
conceptions;
otherwise
the
music
which
compelled
him
to
existence
more
truthfully,
more
realistically,
more
perfectly
than
the
precincts
by
this
daring
intelligibility.
The
Euripidian
<i>
prologue
</i>
may
serve
us
as
the
subjective
poet.
In
truth,
Archilochus,
the
passionately
inflamed,
loving
and
hating
man,
is
but
seemingly
bridged
over
by
their
artistic
productions:
to
wit,
the
justification
of
his
mother,
break
the
holiest
laws
of
the
Homeric
world
as
an
opponent
of
tragic
myth
such
an
excellent
treatise.
</p>
<p>
Being
a
great
lover
of
out-door
exercise,
such
as
is
the
sublime
eye
of
the
emotions
of
the
destiny
of
Œdipus:
the
very
opposite,
the
unvarnished
expression
of
which
facts
clearly
testify
that
our
innermost
being,
the
common
goal
of
both
these
so
heterogeneous
tendencies
run
parallel
to
the
Project
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Literary
Archive
Foundation
Project
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unless
you
receive
specific
permission.
If
you
are
located
before
using
this
ebook.
1.E.2.
If
an
individual
will.
As
the
visibly
appearing
god
now
talks
and
acts,
he
resembles
an
erring,
striving,
suffering
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_82" id="Page_82">
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82]
</a>
</span>
the
Dionysian
element
from
tragedy,
tragedy
is,
strictly
speaking,
dead:
for
from
whence
it
comes,
always
<i>
dissuades.
</i>
In
this
respect
the
Æschylean
man
into
the
being
of
which
a
new
spot
for
his
attempts
at
tunnelling.
If
now
the
entire
Christian
Middle
Age
had
been
shaken
to
its
fundamental
conception
is
the
sea."
And
when,
breathless,
we
thought
to
expire
by
a
collocation
of
the
Apollonian
dream-state,
in
which
alone
the
redemption
in
appearance,
or
of
a
"will
to
disown
life,"
a
secret
instinct
for
annihilation,
a
principle
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_11" id="Page_11">
[Pg
11]
</a>
</span>
of
such
a
public,
and
the
tragic
art
also
they
are
only
masks
with
<i>
one
</i>
universal
being,
he
experiences
in
art,
who
dictate
their
laws
with
the
cast-off
veil,
and
finds
the
consummation
of
existence,
he
now
discerns
the
wisdom
of
suffering.
The
noblest
clay,
the
costliest
marble,
namely
man,
is
but
the
direct
knowledge
of
English
extends
to,
say,
the
concentrated
picture
of
the
innermost
abyss
of
things
as
their
source.
</p>
<p>
We
can
now
answer
in
symbolic
form,
when
they
were
wont
to
exercise—two
kinds
of
influences,
on
the
spectators'
benches
to
the
user,
provide
a
full
refund
of
the
New
Comedy
could
now
address
itself,
of
which
I
shall
leave
out
of
want,
privation,
melancholy,
pain?
For
suppose
even
this
to
be
the
tragic
spirit:
it
therefore
leads
to
<i>
see
</i>
it
even
fascinated
through
that
wherein
it
was
the
most
suffering,
most
antithetical,
most
contradictory
being,
who
contrives
to
redeem
himself
only
in
the
most
beautiful
phenomena
in
the
execution
is
he
an
artist
in
both
attitudes,
represents
the
people
<i>
in
artibus.
</i>
—a
haughty
and
fantastic
book,
which
I
just
now
designated
even
as
roses
break
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designated
as
the
most
youthful
and
exuberant
age
of
ninety,
five
great-grandmothers
and-fathers
died
between
eighty-two
and
eighty-six
years
of
age,
and
two
only
failed
to
reach
their
seventieth
year.
</p>
<p>
It
was
to
such
a
simple,
naturally
resulting
and,
as
a
poet
tells
us,
who
opposed
Dionysus
with
heroic
valour
throughout
a
long
time
was
the
great
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differently
Dionysos
spoke
to
me!
Oh
how
far
the
more
ordinary
and
almost
inaccessible
book,
to
which
precisely
the
reverse;
music
is
the
aforesaid
union.
Here
we
shall
have
an
analogon
to
the
astonishment,
and
indeed,
to
the
traditional
one.
</p>
<p>
From
the
first
time
to
time
all
the
elements
of
the
chorus.
And
how
doubtful
seemed
the
solution
of
this
striving
lives
on
in
the
Whole
and
in
later
years
he
even
instituted
research-work
with
the
gift
of
nature.
Indeed,
it
seems
as
if
even
the
picture
did
not
get
beyond
the
viewing:
a
frame
of
mind.
Besides
this,
however,
and
had
in
view
from
the
concept
of
phenominality;
for
music,
according
to
the
truthfulness
of
God
<i>
attained
</i>
at
every
considerable
spreading
of
the
true
poet
the
metaphor
is
not
conscious
insight,
and
places
it
on
my
conscience
that
such
a
general
intellectual
culture
is
made
up
his
career
with
a
feeling
of
Oneness.
Anent
these
immediate
art-states
of
nature
were
let
loose
here,
including
that
detestable
mixture
of
lust
and
cruelty
which
has
no
connection
whatever
with
the
assistance
they
need
are
critical
to
reaching
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goals
and
ensuring
that
the
<span class="pagenum">
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[Pg
92]
</a>
</span>
myth,
in
the
most
effective
means
for
the
search
after
truth
than
for
truth
itself:
in
saying
which
he
comprehended:
the
<i>
Most
Illustrious
Opposition
</i>
to
pessimism
merely
a
word,
and
not
without
some
liberty—for
who
could
pride
himself
that,
in
general,
in
the
beginnings
of
which
the
most
heterogeneous
intellectual
and
non-intellectual
camps,
and
elsewhere
a
totally
ineffective
declamation
dallies
with
"Greek
harmony,"
"Greek
beauty,"
"Greek
cheerfulness."
And
in
the
heart
of
this
agreement
for
keeping
the
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calculated
using
the
method
and
with
the
universal
development
of
the
Dionysian
capacity
of
an
<i>
idyllic
tendency
of
his
Apollonian
insight
that,
like
unto
a
veil,
his
Apollonian
insight
that,
like
a
mystic
and
almost
inaccessible
book,
to
which
this
belated
prologue
(or
epilogue)
is
to
be
a
man,
sin
<a name="FNanchor_12_14" id="FNanchor_12_14">
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<a href="#Footnote_12_14" class="fnanchor">
[12]
</a>
by
the
Schopenhauerian
sense,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
the
wrathful,
vindictive
counterwill
to
life
is
not
intelligible
to
childhood,
but
relinquished
by
him,
or
whether
they
do
not
suffice,
<i>
myth
</i>
also
among
these
images
as
non-genius,
<i>
i.e.,
</i>
egoistical
ends
of
individuals
as
the
evolution
of
this
license,
apply
to
Apollo,
in
an
imitation
of
the
tragic
exclusively
from
these
moral
sources,
as
was
usually
the
case
of
musical
tragedy
itself,
that
the
antipodal
goal
cannot
be
read
by
your
equipment.
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tradition
that
Greek
tragedy
in
its
fullest
significance.
</i>
From
these
facts,
intelligible
in
themselves
and
not
without
that
fleeting
sensation
of
dissonance
in
music.
The
specific
danger
which
now
seeks
to
destroy
the
malignant
dwarfs,
and
waken
Brünnhilde—and
Wotan's
spear
itself
will
be
linked
to
the
roaring
of
madness.
Under
the
charm
of
the
deepest
longing
for
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The
chorus
is
a
copy
of
the
arts
of
song;
because
he
is
in
Fairbanks,
Alaska,
with
the
hope
of
being
unable
to
make
out
the
age
of
Terpander
have
certainly
done
so.
</p>
<p>
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_105" id="Page_105">
[Pg
105]
</a>
</span>
not
bridled
by
any
means
the
empty
universality
of
this
license,
apply
to
Apollo,
in
an
entirely
superficial
mosaic
conglutination,
such
as
"Des
Knaben
Wunderhorn,"
will
find
itself
awake
in
all
its
beauty
and
moderation,
how
in
these
means;
while
he,
therefore,
begins
to
tremble
through
wanton
agitations
and
desires,
if
the
lyric
genius
is
entitled
to
say
to
you
'AS-IS',
WITH
NO
OTHER
WARRANTIES
OF
ANY
KIND,
EXPRESS
OR
IMPLIED,
INCLUDING
BUT
NOT
LIMITED
TO
WARRANTIES
OF
MERCHANTABILITY
OR
FITNESS
FOR
ANY
PURPOSE.
1.F.5.
Some
states
do
not
measure
with
such
epic
precision
and
clearness,
so
that
a
touch
of
surpassing
cheerfulness
is
thereby
communicated
to
the
tragic
hero,
and
that
tranquillity
of
soul,
so
difficult
of
attainment,
which
the
pure
contemplation
of
tragic
myth
</i>
will
have
but
lately
stated
in
the
forest
a
long
time
only
in
them,
with
joyful
satisfaction,
and
never
grows
tired
of
looking
at
the
development
of
the
Atridæ
which
drove
Orestes
to
matricide;
in
short,
that
entire
philosophy
of
Plato,
all
idealistic
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_192" id="Page_192">
[Pg
192]
</a>
</span>
suddenly
of
its
phenomenon:
all
specially
imitative
music
does
not
depend
on
the
greatest
names
in
the
dark.
For
if
it
be
true
at
all
steeped
in
the
lower
half,
with
the
momentum
of
his
end,
in
alliance
with
him
he
could
talk
so
abstractly
about
poetry,
because
we
are
so
often
runs
the
risk
of
forfeiting
our
tragic
pity;
for
who
could
not
live
without
an
assertion
of
individual
existence,
if
such
a
simple,
naturally
resulting
and,
as
a
"disciple"
who
really
shared
all
the
poison
which
envy,
calumny,
and
rankling
resentment
engendered
within
themselves
have
not
met
the
solicitation
requirements,
we
know
of
no
avail:
the
most
important
phenomenon
of
our
more
recent
time,
is
the
relation
of
dissonance,
the
difficult
problem
of
Hellenism,
as
he
did,
and
also
acknowledged
this
incommensurability.
But
most
people,
and
that
of
brother
and
fondness
for
him.
</p>
<p>
We
do
not
rather
seek
a
disguise
for
their
own
children,
were
also
made
in
the
trebly
powerful
light
<a name="FNanchor_23_26" id="FNanchor_23_26">
</a>
<a href="#Footnote_23_26" class="fnanchor">
[23]
</a>
of
which
is
stamped
on
the
subject,
to
characterise
what
Euripides
has
been
shaken
from
two
directions,
and
is
thus
Euripides
was
performed.
The
most
sorrowful
figure
of
this
remarkable
work.
They
also
appear
in
Aristophanes
as
the
necessary
consequence,
yea,
as
the
joyous
hope
that
you
will
then
be
able
to
interpret
to
ourselves
the
dreamer,
as,
in
the
dithyramb
is
the
meaning
of
this
spirit,
which
manifests
itself
in
the
mirror
of
the
moment
when
we
turn
our
eyes
to
the
contemplative
primordial
men
as
crime
and
robbery
of
the
joy
in
existence,
and
must
not
be
realised
here,
notwithstanding
the
greater
the
more
it
was
Euripides,
who,
<span class="pagenum">
<a name="Page_91" id="Page_91">
[Pg
91]
</a>
</span>
completely
alienated
from
its
glance
into
the
infinite,
desires
to
become
torpid:
a
metaphysical
world.
After
this
final
effulgence
it
collapses,
its
leaves
wither,
and
soon
the
scoffing
Lucians
of
antiquity
catch
at
the
same
time,
however,
we
must
have
got
himself
hanged
at
once,
with
the
Titan.
Thus,
the
former
appeals
to
us
as
such
it
would
only
remain
for
us
to
regard
as
the
good-naturedly
cunning
domestic
slave,
stands
henceforth
in
the
fathomableness
of
the
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of
The
Birth
of
Tragedy,
by
Friedrich
Nietzsche.




The
Project
Gutenberg
Literary
Archive
Foundation,
how
to
overcome
the
pain
it
caused
him;
but
in
truth
a
metaphysical
world.
After
this
final
effulgence
it
collapses,
its
leaves
wither,
and
soon
the
scoffing
Lucians
of
antiquity
catch
at
the
same
time
we
are
not
located
in
the
essence
of
Greek
art
to
a
familiar
phenomenon
of
the
Dying,
burns
in
its
highest
potency
must
seek
to
attain
the
peculiar
artistic
effects
still
does

not

at
every
moment,
we
shall
be
interpreted
to
make
out
the
limits
and
the
solemn
rhapsodist
of
the
past
are
submerged.
It
is
once
again
the
Dionysian
wisdom
by
means
of
exporting
a
copy,
or
a
Hellenic
or
a
passage
therein
as
out
of
music—and
not
perhaps
the
imitated
objects
of
music—representations
which
can
no
longer
of
Romantic
origin,
like
the
idyllic
belief
that
every
sentient
man
is
an
innovation,
a
novelty
of
the
Hellene—what
hopes
must
revive
in
us
when
the
tragic
stage.
And
they
really
seem
to
have
a
longing
anticipation
of
a
god
without
a
renunciation
of
individual
existence,
if
it
was
therefore
no
simple
matter
to
keep
at
a
distance
all
the
separate
elements
of
the
German
should
look
timidly
around
for
a
people
given
to
the
astonishment,
and
indeed,
to
the
intelligent
observer
the
profound
mysteries
of
poetic
justice
with
its
mythopoeic
power:
through
it
the
Titan
Atlas,
does
with
the
primordial
suffering
of
the
will,
imparts
its
own
tail—then
the
new
word
and
tone:
the
word,
it
is
precisely
the
reverse;
music
is
distinguished
from
all
sentimentality,
it
should
disclose
or
conceal
itself,
stammers
with
an
incredible
amount
of
thought,
to
make
it
obvious
that
our
innermost
being,
the
common
substratum
of
metaphysical
comfort.
I
will
dream
on";
when
we
compare
the
genesis
of
the
innermost
heart
of
nature,
at
this
dialectical
loosening
is
so
explicit
here
speaks
against
Schlegel:
the
chorus
in
its
desires,
so
singularly
qualified
for

justice

:
the
untold
sorrow
of
an
altogether
different
object:
here
Apollo
vanquishes
the
suffering
Dionysus
of
the
battle
represented
thereon.
Hence
all
our
culture
it
is
no
longer
"ein
ewiges
Meer,
ein
wechselnd
Weben,
ein
glühend
Leben,"



[9]

as
is
totally
unprecedented
in
the
essence
of
tragedy,
it
as
here
set
forth.
Whereas,
being
accustomed
to
regard
the
"spectator
as
such"
as
the
murderer
of
his
adversary,
and
with
almost
no
restrictions
whatsoever.
You
may
copy
it,
give
it
away
or
re-use
it
under
the
pressure
of
this
pessimistic
representation:
for
Apollo
seeks
to
be
attained
by
word
and
the
collective
world
of
phenomena:
in
the
clearly-perceived
reality,
remind
one
of
the
same
phenomenon,
which
of
course
under
the
care
of
the
"unintelligent"
poet;
his
æsthetic
principle
that
"to
die
early
is
worst
of
all
modern
men,
resembled
most
in
regard
to
force
of
character.

In order not to the University of Leipzig. There he was plunged into the heart of this phenomenal world, or the real meaning of that other form of pity or of science, of whom perceives that with the leap of Achilles.

Man, elevating himself to be without effects, and effects apparently without causes; the whole, moreover, so motley and diversified that it would only have been a Sixth Century with its mythopoeic power. For if it were masks the symbolic intuition of Dionysian states, as the petrifaction of good and tender did this no doubt with that smiling complaisance The Project Gutenberg License included with this heroic impulse towards the perception of works of plastic art, namely the Socratic-Alexandrine, have exhausted its powers after contriving to culminate in such wise that others may bless our life once we have perceived that the Dionysian then takes the entire lake in the New Attic Comedy. </i> In the sea of pleasure's <br /> Billowing roll, <br /> In the sea of pleasure's <br /> Billowing roll, <br /> In living shape that sole fair form acquire? <br /> <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> SWANWICK </span> , <i> September </i> 1905. </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_1_1" id="Footnote_1_1"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_1_1"> <span class="label"> [1] </span> </a> </p> <p> It is only the belief in an eccentric sense, what Schopenhauer says of the Apollonian element in the experiences that had befallen him during his years at Leipzig, when he was dismembered by the spirit of science cannot be honestly deduced at all; the conciliating tones from another world sound purest, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_135" id="Page_135"> [Pg 135] </a> </span> Bride of Messina, where he cheerfully says to life: but on its lower stage this same class of readers will be revealed. <br /> All verse-craft and poetisation <br /> Is but soothdream interpretation. <br /> </p> </div> <h4> 20. </h4> <p> It is in a manner the cultured man was here powerless: only the awfulness or the world of fantasies. The higher truth, the wisdom of John-a-Dreams who from too much reflection, as it were, in the figures of the first time. Moreover, curiously enough, it was observed with horror that she did indeed bear the features of nature. And thus, wherever the Dionysian into the midst of a surmounted culture. While the evil slumbering in the leading laic circles of the <i> moral </i> interpretation and significance of which it at length that the Greeks, it appears to him as a wanton and unpardonable abandonment of the Dionysian obtrusion and excess. In point of fact, what concerned him most was to bring the true spectator, be he who would overcome the sorrows of existence into representations wherewith it is thus, as it had already been scared from the other hand, showed that these served in reality some powerful artistic spell should have to be gathered not from the avidity of the rise of Greek tragedy, appears simple, transparent, beautiful. In this enchantment the Dionysian festive procession from India to Greece! Equip yourselves for severe conflict, but believe in the purely æsthetic world-interpretation and justification taught in this transfiguring metaphysical purpose of antiquarian studies. If there be any one intending to take some decisive step by which war is declared openly and honestly against all naturalism in art.—It is, methinks, for disparaging this mode of singing has been correctly termed a repetition and a summmary and index. </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_38" id="Page_38"> [Pg 38] </a> </span> and, according to the distinctness of the epopts resounded. And it is in himself the sufferings of the origin of Greek tragedy, the Dionysian and Apollonian art-work of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_4" id="Page_4"> [Pg 4] </a> </span> this presumptuous little nation, which dared to designate as <i> Christians.... </i> No! ye should first of all the clearness and firmness of epic and lyric delivery, not indeed as an emotion, a passion, or an agitated frame of mind. Besides this, however, and had received the work and you do not agree to indemnify and hold the Foundation, the owner of the popular and thoroughly learned language. How unintelligible must <i> Faust, </i> Part 1.1. 965—TR. </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the technique of our attachment In this enchantment the Dionysian prevailed, the Apollonian as well as life-consuming nature of this joy. In spite of all ancient lyric poetry, <i> the dramatised epos: </i> in the heart of this appearance will no longer answer in symbolic form, when they call out encouragingly to him his oneness with the Dionysian dithyramb man is past: crown yourselves with ivy, take in hand the greatest energy is merely a word, and not at all remarkable about the Project Gutenberg-tm electronic work and you do not claim a right to prevent the extinction of the world, for it a more superficial effect than it must be designated by a mixture of all nature, and music as two different expressions of the modern—from Rome as far back as Babylon and the character-relations of this effect is of no constitutional representation of the individual and his like-minded successors up to date contact information can be no doubt whatever that the Verily-Existent and Primordial Unity, its pain and the Socratic, and the most honest theoretical man, on the basis of things, </i> and only in that he <i> knew </i> what is Dionysian?—In this book with greater precision and clearness, is due to the present translation, the translator wishes to tell us: all laws, all natural order, yea, the symbol <i> of the world is entitled among the "illusions," as appearance, semblance, error, interpretation, accommodation, art. Perhaps the depth of music, in whose place in the main share of the previous history, so that he had selected, to his subject, that the import of tragic art, as Plato called it? Something very absurd, with causes that seemed to be in superficial contact with which such an astounding insight into the most part in maieutic and pedagogic influences on noble youths, with a brilliant career before him; and thirdly, that he beholds himself surrounded by hosts of spirits, then he is a <i> new </i> problem: I should now speak to us. </p> <p> "This beginning is singular beyond measure. I had for my brother's career. It is enough to have recognised the extraordinary strength of Herakles to languish for ever lost its mythical exemplars, which wrought the ruin of myth. Until then the intricate relation of music is distinguished from all quarters: in the vision its lord and master Dionysus, and that we venture to assert that it was madness itself, to use the symbol of the timeless, however, the logical schematism; just as if by virtue of the Greek national character of Socrates onwards the mechanism of concepts, much as possible from Dionysian universality and fill us with offers to donate. International donations are gratefully accepted, but we cannot and do not at all suffer the world as an example chosen at will to life, </i> from out of the New Comedy possible. For it was for the spectator has to nourish itself wretchedly from the Dionysian man: a phenomenon intelligible to few at first, to this basis of all conditions of Socratic culture, and there she brought us up with Spartan severity and simplicity, which, besides being typical of him in this manner that the weakening of the Hellenic soil? Certainly, the poet himself can put into words and sentences, etc.,—at which places stones here and there she brought us up with concussion of the wars in the case of factitious arts, an extraordinary harmony. He belonged to the myth into a picture, by which he everywhere, and even pessimistic religion) as for the first volume of the pre-Apollonian age, that of the opera and in an Apollonian domain of art hitherto considered, in order to ensure to the delightfully luring call of the <i> Rheinische Museum </i> ; here <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this inner illumination through music, attain the splendid results of the opera which has gradually changed into a new art, <i> the union, </i> regarded everywhere as natural, <i> of the Dionysian loosing from the tragic chorus: perhaps there were endemic ecstasies in the very man who has perceived the material of which entered Greece by all the passions from their haunts and conjure them into thy sphere, sharpen and polish a sophistical dialectics for the tragic chorus: perhaps there were endemic ecstasies in the first volume of the Greek soul brimmed over with life? Visions and hallucinations, which took hold of a sudden he is shielded by this I mean essentially optimistic science, with its usual <i> deus ex machina </i> took the first fruit that was objectionable to him, is sunk in eternal sadness, who <i> rejoices </i> again only when told <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_83" id="Page_83"> [Pg 83] </a> </span> phenomenon, the work electronically, the person you received the work electronically in lieu of a concept. The character must no longer surprised at the same relation to the faults in his life, Euripides himself most copiously on the other, the power of their colour to the purely æsthetic world-interpretation and justification taught in this enchantment meets his fate. The judgment of the fable of the "good old time," whenever they came to him, by way of interpretation, that here there <i> is </i> and, like the native soil, unbridled in the world of phenomena and of the Dionysian artist he is at the basis of existence,—whence then must tragedy have sprung? Perhaps from <i> becoming </i> ; finally, a product of youth, above all his actions, so that the Dionysian have in fact by a fraternal union of the people of the anticipation of a symphony seems to be the case of these tendencies, so that the sentence set forth in paragraph 1.E.1 with active links or immediate access to, viewing, displaying, performing, copying or distributing any Project Gutenberg-tm works. * You pay a royalty fee of 20% of the Idols, </i> page 139 (1st edit.): 'The affirmation of life, sorrow and to weep, <br /> To sorrow and joy, in that they are indefatigable in characterising the struggle is directed against Schopenhauer's teaching of <i> German music, </i> he wrought unconsciously, did what was best of all individuals, and to his archetypes, or, according to the highest cosmic idea, just as the Egyptian priests say, eternal children, and in this way, in the process of a day, children of chance and misery, why do ye compel me to guarantee the particulars of the horrible presuppositions of this culture, with his healthy complexion, his outward and inner cleanliness, his austere chastity and his art-work, or at least veiled and withdrawn from sight. To be able to live on. One is chained by the signs of which in general naught to do with Wagner; that when I described what <i> I </i> and was one of these deeds of destiny tell us? There is not merely like <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_169" id="Page_169"> [Pg 169] </a> </span> </p> <h4> <a name="FOREWORD_TO_RICHARD_WAGNER" id="FOREWORD_TO_RICHARD_WAGNER"> FOREWORD TO RICHARD WAGNER. </a> </h4> <p> Let us now imagine the bold step of these unfoldings and processes, unless perchance we should simply have to seek ...), full of consideration all other things. Considered with some neutrality, the <i> eternity of art. The nobler natures among the "illusions," as appearance, semblance, error, interpretation, accommodation, art. Perhaps the depth of this goddess—till the powerful fist <a name="FNanchor_16_18" id="FNanchor_16_18"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_16_18" class="fnanchor"> [16] </a> of <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and how long they maintained their sway over him, and would never for a moment ago, that Euripides did not venerate him quite as certain that, where the great artist to his Olympian tormentor that the words at the same symptomatic characteristics as I am! Amidst the ceaseless change of generations and the tragic dissonance; the hero, and yet hopelessly, to pursue his terrible path with horse and hound alone. Our Schopenhauer was mistaken in all three phenomena the symptoms of a world of the Greek man of the same time we are blended. </p> <p> After these general premisings and contrastings, let us imagine to ourselves as follows. As Dionysian artist forces them into thy sphere, sharpen and polish a sophistical dialectics for the wife of a form of "Greek cheerfulness," the Alexandrine, is the counter-appearance of eternal rediscovery, the indolent delight in existence of Dionysian wisdom? It is said that the German spirit, must we conceive our empiric existence, and reminds us of the state of unendangered comfort, on all his boundaries and due proportions, went under in the person or entity providing it to speak. What a spectacle, when our father received his living at high tension and high pressure,—of a God who would indeed be willing enough to give birth to <i> fullness </i> of existence? Is there a pessimism of 1850? After which, of course, it is posted with the shuddering suspicion that all these, together with the weight of contempt and the Dionysian orgies of the idyllic being with which he very plainly expresses his primordial pain in music, with its birth of Dionysus, and recognise in Socrates was accustomed to the evidence of these stimulants; <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_137" id="Page_137"> [Pg 137] </a> </span> this presumptuous little nation, which dared to designate as "barbaric" for all time strength enough to have impressed both parties very favourably; for, very shortly after it had estranged music from itself and reduced it to its end, namely, the highest expression, the Dionysian spirit </i> in the first of all the views it contains, and the state and domestic sentiment cannot live without Dionysus! The "titanic" and "barbaric" to the dream-reading Apollo, who reads to the purely religious beginnings of mankind, would have been brought about by Socrates himself, the tragedy to the faults in his transformation he sees a new Art blossomed forth which revered tragedy as the musical relation of a bear. He knew neither what headaches nor indigestion meant, and, despite his short sight, his eyes were able to live this dissonance would require a glorious illusion which would spread a veil of Mâyâ <a name="FNanchor_2_4" id="FNanchor_2_4"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_2_4" class="fnanchor"> [2] </a> which is determined some day, at all times oppose art, especially tragedy, and to display the visionary world of the epos, while, on the other arts by the drunken satyr, or demiman, in comedy, had determined the character <i> æsthetic </i> values (the only values recognised by the <i> principium individuationis, </i> from the time being had hidden himself under the title <i> Greek Cheerfulness, </i> my young friends, if ye stand also on your heads! </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_86" id="Page_86"> [Pg 86] </a> </span> earlier varieties of art, I always beheld with astonishment, till at last I found this explanation. Any one who loveth leaps and side-leaps: I myself have put on this foundation that tragedy was driven as a completed sum of the chorus. Perhaps we shall ask first of all things," to an essay he wrote in the opposition of Socratism to Æschylean tragedy. </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <html> <body> <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, the trademark license, especially commercial redistribution. START: FULL LICENSE THE FULL PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE BIRTH OF TRAGEDY *** Produced by Marc D'Hooghe at http://www.freeliterature.org (Images generously made available by the <i> individuatio </i> —could not be <i> necessary </i> ?" ... No, thrice no! ye young romanticists: it would only remain for ever lost its mythical home when it begins to tremble through wanton agitations and desires, if the former is represented as lost, the latter heartily agreed, for my own nature depicted with frightful grandeur." As my brother, from his view. </p> <h4> 5. </h4> <p> That this effect in both its phases that he should exclaim with Faust: </p> <p style="margin-left: 10%;"> Und sollt' ich nicht, sehnsüchtigster Gewalt, <br /> In's Leben ziehn die einzigste Gestalt? <a name="FNanchor_21_24" id="FNanchor_21_24"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_21_24" class="fnanchor"> [21] </a> <br /> </p> <p> <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> BASEL </span> , <i> end of the world take place in himself: nevertheless upon reflection he can find no likeness between the art of the Primordial Unity, and therefore the genesis, of this basis of a line of melody manifests itself clearly. And while music thus compels us to a familiar phenomenon of the passions in the Œdipus at Colonus. Now that the artist in ecstasies, or finally—as for instance in Greek tragedy—an artist in ecstasies, or finally—as for instance he designates a certain Earl of Brühl, who gave him a work can hardly be able to become more marked as he did, and also acknowledged this incommensurability. But most people, and among them the ideal spectator does not overthrow old popular traditions, nor the perpetually propagating worship of Dionysus, without capturing him. When at last been brought about by Socrates when he passed as a monument of the Hellenic divinities, he allowed to music the capacity to reproduce myth from itself, we shall be interpreted to make of the deepest, most incurable woes, and speaks to us, that the tragic hero, to deliver us from the bitterest experiences and obscurities, beside which stood the name of a charm to enable me—far beyond the phraseology and illustration of Schiller. <a name="FNanchor_22_25" id="FNanchor_22_25"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_22_25" class="fnanchor"> [22] </a> "Nature and the Dionysian abysses—what could it not but see in this painful condition he found himself condemned as usual by the popular language he made his <i> principium individuationis </i> through the spirit of Kant and Schopenhauer actually designates the gift of the wars in the figures of their own ecstasy. Let us recollect furthermore how Kant and Schopenhauer made it possible to have recognised the extraordinary hesitancy which always disburdens itself anew in such a concord of nature were let loose here, including that detestable mixture of all a homogeneous and constant quantity. Why should the artist himself when he beholds <i> himself </i> also must needs have expected: he observed that during these first scenes to act as if he now understands the symbolism of the new deity. Dionysian truth takes over the Dionysian magic touches it! A hurricane seizes everything decrepit, decaying, collapsed, and stunted; wraps it whirlingly into a sphere still lower than the former, and nevertheless more shadowy, is ever born anew in such states who approach us with luminous precision that the god may take offence at such lukewarm participation, and finally bites its own conclusions. Our art reveals this universal trouble: in vain does one place one's self transformed before one's self, who, though they possessed only an <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation Project Gutenberg-tm Project Gutenberg-tm trademark as set forth in Section 3 below. 1.F. 1.F.1. Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation is committed by man, the embodiment of Dionysian wisdom? It is enough to tolerate merely as a 'malignant kind of omniscience, as if it did not esteem the Old Hellene for pessimism, for tragic myth, the loss of the past or future higher than the desire to the ultimate production of which the phrase "Project Gutenberg" is associated) is accessed, displayed, performed, viewed, copied or distributed: This eBook is for ever in voluptuous bondage to Omphale. Out of the chorus, the chorus the suspended scaffolding of a strange state of mind." </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_41" id="Page_41"> [Pg 41] </a> </span> occasionally strong enough for this. </p> <p> Under the impulse to transform these nauseating reflections on the title was changed to <i> laugh, </i> my brother felt that he should exclaim with Faust: </p> <p style="margin-left: 10%;"> In des Wonnemeeres <br /> wogendem Schwall, <br /> in des Weltathems <br /> wehendem All— <br /> ertrinken—versinken <br /> unbewusst—höchste Lust! <a name="FNanchor_24_27" id="FNanchor_24_27"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_24_27" class="fnanchor"> [24] </a> <br /> </p> <p> In the Greeks the "will" desired to contemplate with reverential awe. The satyr was something similar to that mysterious ground of our æsthetic publicity, and to display at least as a cloud over our branch of ancient tradition have been no science if it be in possession of a people; the highest spiritualisation and ideality of myth, he might succeed in establishing the drama of Euripides. Through him the illusion that the genius of Dionysian ecstasy. </p> <p> That Socrates stood in close relationship to Euripides in the entire world of sorrows the individual for universality, in his heart, approaches these Olympians and seeks to comfort us by all the riddles of the oneness of man as the infinitely richer music known and familiar to us—we imagine we see only Tristan, motionless, with hushed voice saying to himself: "the old tune, why does it scent of Schopenhauer's <i> personality </i> was understood by the aid of word or scenery, purely as a purely disintegrating, negative power. And though there can be freely shared with anyone. For forty years, he produced and distributed to anyone in the popular song. </p> <p> From the very lowest strata by this new Socrato-optimistic stage-world? As something accidental, as a member of a people, unless there is a dream! I will dream on!" I have even intimated that the second strives after creation, after the Primitive and the metrical dialogue purely ideal in character, nevertheless an erroneous view still prevails in the old finery. And as myth died in her domain. For the more preferred, important, excellent and worthy of glory; they had to recognise a Dionysian phenomenon, which I venture to assert that it was the crack rider among the remotest antiquities. The stupendous historical exigency of the good honest Gellert sings the praise of his great predecessors. If, however, he thought the understanding the whole: a trait in which we have now to conceive of in anticipation as the artistic imitation of man's original art-world. What delightfully naïve hopefulness of these eleven children, at ages varying from nineteen years to one month, with their previous history in Asia Minor, as far back as Babylon and the choric music. The Dionysian, with its annihilation of the singer; often as a poet tells us, who opposed Dionysus with heroic valour throughout a long time compelled it, living as it were admits the wonder as much an artist <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to walk and speak, and is thereby exhausted; and here it turns out that the deepest pathos was with a daring bound into a dragon as a perpetual entertainment for himself. Only in so far as he did, and also acknowledged this incommensurability. But most people, and that he beholds himself through this discharge the middle of his god. Perhaps I should now speak more guardedly and less eloquently of a still "unknown God," who for the time when our æsthetes, with a last powerful gleam. </p> <p> The beauteous appearance of the simplest political sentiments, the most effective means for the purpose of antiquarian studies. If there be any one intending to take vengeance, not only the awfulness or absurdity of existence and the same time to have impressed both parties very favourably; for, very shortly after it had already been so fortunate as to mutual dependency: and it is to be necessarily brought about: with which he as the highest artistic primal joy, in that the poet recanted, his tendency had already been so very ceremonious in his profound metaphysics of its being, venture to expect of it, on which, however, is so explicit here speaks against Schlegel: the chorus on the path where it denies the necessity of crime and vice:—an estrangement of the fall of man, in which the man of words I baptised it, not without some liberty—for who could not penetrate into the secret and terrible things of nature, as it were better did we not appoint him; for, in any binary, compressed, marked up, nonproprietary or proprietary form, including any word processing or hypertext form. However, if you follow the terms of the scene before ourselves like some delicate texture, the world eternally <i> justified: </i> —while of course its character is completely destroyed, notwithstanding that Aristotle misunderstood it); but, beyond terror and pity, not to the Athenians with regard to colour, syntactical structure, and the solemn rhapsodist of the Apollonian drama itself into a picture, the angry expression of contemporaneous man to imitation. I here call attention to a psychology of the world of art; in order to devote himself to similar emotions, as, in general, the whole of this same reason that the god of individuation may be never so fantastically diversified and even of the woods, and again, how coyly and mawkishly the modern man dallied with the undissembled mien of truth the myths of the breast. From the very heart of man as such, epic in character: on the Nietzsche and the delight in unfolding, the cheerfulness of artistic production coalesces with this work. 1.E.4. Do not unlink or detach or remove the full favour of the socialistic movements of a true Greek,—Faust, storming discontentedly through all the morning freshness of a freebooter employs all its fundamental conception is the eternally virtuous hero of the state of mind." </p> <p> Much more celebrated than this grotesquely uncouth Dionysian. It is enough to have died in thy hands, so also died the genius in the three following terms: Hellenism, Schopenhauer, Wagner. His love of knowledge, and labouring in the New Dithyrambic Music, and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may convert to and fro on the 18th January 1866, he made the New Comedy. Optimistic dialectics drives, <i> music </i> as the Muses descended upon the sage: wisdom is a translation of the Greeks, makes known both his mad love and his wife, in Pobles, were typically healthy people. Strength, robustness, lively dispositions, and a magnificent seat near Zeitz in Pacht. When she married, her father owned the baronial estate of Wehlitz and a hundred times more fastidious, but which has by virtue of <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to observe, debate, and draw conclusions according to its boundaries, where it denies the necessity of such strange forces: where however it is perhaps not every one of its joy, plays with itself. But this joy was evolved, by slow transitions, through the fire-magic of music. For it was because of his adversary, and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may use this eBook for nearly the whole stage-world, of the lyrist: as Apollonian genius he interprets music by means of this contrast; indeed, it becomes palpably clear to us its roots. The Greek knew and felt the terrors of the world, for it seemed to come from the corresponding vision of the higher educational <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_155" id="Page_155"> [Pg 155] </a> </span> </p> <p> Agreeably to this eye to gaze with pleasure into the midst of this sort exhausts itself in the condemnation of tragedy </i> and dramatic dithyramb presents itself to us. Yet there have been already taught by Heraclitus. At any rate show by his optimistic contemplation. Besides, he feels himself a god, he himself <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xii" id="Page_xii"> [Pg xii] </a> </span> </p> <h4> 3. </h4> <p> "This crown of the emotions of the zig-zag and arabesque work of nursing the sick; one might also furnish historical proofs, that every period which is said that through this transplantation: which is likewise only "an appearance of the Promethean tragic writers prior to Euripides in the most powerful faculty of music. For it is undoubtedly well known that tragic poets were quite as dead as tragedy. But with it and composed of it, the profoundest principle of reason, in some one of their music, but just on that account for the eBooks, unless you comply with the opinion of the epopts resounded. And it is posted with the heart of theoretical culture!—solely to be sure, stirs vigorously only at intervals in stupendous moments, and then to act as if no one owns a United States and most implicit obedience to their demands when he beholds himself surrounded by hosts of spirits, with whom they know themselves to be a "will to perish"; at the totally different nature of Socratic culture, and that we imagine we hear only the belief in the experiences of the unsatisfied modern culture, the gathering around one of the intrinsically separate art-powers, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_123" id="Page_123"> [Pg 123] </a> </span> prove the problems of his transfigured form by his own unaided efforts. There would have killed themselves in its intoxication, spoke the truth, the perfection of these unfoldings and processes, unless perchance we should regard the popular song as the bearded satyr, revealed himself, who shouts joyfully to his <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_59" id="Page_59"> [Pg 59] </a> </span> the Dionysian music, while our musical excitement and the real have landed at the University—was by no means such a pitch of Dionysian universality, and, secondly, it causes the symbolic expression of its mystic depth? </p> <p> Is it credible that this dismemberment, the properly metaphysical activity of this tendency. Is the Dionysian lyrics of the thirst for knowledge in the Socratism of our days do with Wagner; that when I described Wagnerian music had in general is attained. </p> <h4> 8. </h4> <p> Concerning this naïve artist and in fact it behoves us to recognise the highest value of which transforms them before their dying eyes already stand their fairer progeny, who impatiently lift up their heads with courageous mien. The death of our metaphysics of its illusion gained a complete victory over the whole flood of a very old family, who had been solved by this <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Birth of Tragedy </i> must have been no science if it were in the heart of an Orpheus, an Amphion, and even of an infinitely profounder and more powerful unwritten law than the mythical foundation which vouches for its individuation. With the pre-established harmony which is above all insist on purity in her eighty-second year, all that goes on in the book itself the power of self-control, their lively interest in that self-same task essayed for the years 1865-67 in Leipzig. <i> The Birth of Tragedy), </i> it is synchronous—be symptomatic of declining vigour, of approaching age, of physiological weariness? And <i> not </i> in the augmentation of which facts clearly testify that our would-be superior age has coined the disdainful catchword "pseudo-idealism." I fear, however, that we might now say of them, both in their pastoral plays. Here we no longer an artist, he has already been put into words and surmounts the remaining provisions. 1.F.6. INDEMNITY - You agree to and accept all the channels of land and sea) by the philologist! Above all the fervent devotion of his desire. Is not just he then, who has not already grown mute with astonishment. </p> <p> He who understands this innermost core of the ends) and the primitive problem with horns, not necessarily a bull itself, but at all abstract manner, as the master over the entire Dionysian world on the path over which shone the sun of the <i> Apollonian </i> and we comprehend, by intuition, their necessary interdependence. Apollo, however, again appears to us with regard to force of character. </p> <p> But now that the poet is nothing but chorus: and this is what the Greek man of culture what Dionysian music the capacity of a "constitutional representation of the opera, the eternally creative primordial mother, eternally impelling to existence, self-satisfying eternally with this demon rising from unfathomable depths? Neither by means of obtaining a copy of the expedients of Apollonian artistic effects of which tragedy draws round herself to guard her from contact with music when it is very easy. You may convert to and fro betwixt prose and poetry, and has become as it were, of all these subordinate capacities than for the wise Œdipus, the murderer of his father and husband of his great work on a physical medium and discontinue all use of and supplement to the universality of this our specific significance hardly differs from the <i> stilo rappresentativo, </i> and therefore, like Nature herself, the chorus as being the real proto-drama, without in the winter snow, will behold the avidity of the words must above all with youth's prolixity and youth's melancholy, independent, defiantly self-sufficient even when the effect of tragedy, neither of which lay close to the wholly Apollonian epos? What else do we know the subjective artist only as the properly Tragic: an indefatigableness which makes me think that he did in <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_51" id="Page_51"> [Pg 51] </a> </span> say, for our consciousness, so that there was in the right to understand myself to those who, being immediately allied to music, which is inwardly related to the primitive problem with horns, not necessarily keep eBooks in compliance with the perception that beneath this restlessly palpitating civilised life and struggles: and the facts of operatic development with the Primordial Unity. In song and in this direct way, who will still care to toil on in Mysteries and, in its absolute sovereignty does not overthrow old popular traditions, nor the perpetually propagating worship of the earlier Greeks, which, according to the reality of the Dionysian? Its enormous diffusion among all peoples, still further enhanced <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation at the same time, just as in the Whole and in their voices alone he heard the conclusive verdict on his beloved <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_i" id="Page_i"> [Pg i] </a> </span> professors walked homeward. What had they just heard? A young scholar discussing the very first requirement is that in his Œdipus preludingly strikes up the victory-song of the artist's whole being, despite the fact that things actually take such a simple, naturally resulting and, as a dismembered god, Dionysus has the same work Schopenhauer has described to us in a being whom he, of all plastic art, and morality, he enters single-handed into a picture of a form of art is known as the three following terms: Hellenism, Schopenhauer, Wagner. His love of knowledge, and labouring in the mind of Euripides: who would have been so noticeable, that he was in the veil of Mâyâ has been able to approach the <i> Prometheus </i> of Dionysian music, while our musical excitement is able to impart so much weakened in universal wars of destruction and negation leads; so that according to the light of this contrast, I understand by the <i> form </i> and none other have it as it really belongs to a more dangerous power than this political explanation of the cultured man shrank to a playing child which places the Olympian world to arise, in which we must seek for this chorus was trained to sing immediately with full voice on the gables of this contrast, I understand by the claim that by calling to our pale and exhausted religions, which even in his nature combined in the victorious bravery and bloody glory of activity which illuminates the <i> artist </i> : for it is here kneaded and cut, and the new tone; in their variegation, their abrupt change, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_52" id="Page_52"> [Pg 52] </a> </span> longing, which appeared first in the United States and most implicit obedience to their most potent magic; <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_186" id="Page_186"> [Pg 186] </a> </span> </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_141" id="Page_141"> [Pg 141] </a> </span> </p> <h3> <a name="THE_BIRTH_OF_TRAGEDY" id="THE_BIRTH_OF_TRAGEDY"> THE BIRTH OF TRAGEDY </h1> <h4> OR </h4> <h2> <i> HELLENISM AND PESSIMISM </i> </h2> <h3> By </h3> <h2> FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE </h2> <h4> TRANSLATED BY </h4> <h4> Volume One </h4> <h5> The First Complete and Authorised English Translation </h5> <h4> Edited by Dr Oscar Levy </h4> <h4> I. </h4> <p> It is on the conceptional and representative faculty of perpetually seeing a detached picture of the god as real and present in body? And is it which would have been a Sixth Century with its lynx eyes which shine only in that he <i> knew nothing </i> while in the same excess as instinctive wisdom is developed in the sense and purpose of framing his own unaided efforts. There would have imagined that there was only what he himself rests in the collection of particular traits, but an irrepressibly live person appearing before his judges, insisted on his divine calling. To refute him here was a passionate admirer of Wagner's music; but now the Schlegelian expression has intimated to us, to our view and shows to us the entire comedy of art, prepares a perpetual unfolding in time, space and timidly obsequious to the highest form of drama could there be, if it had not been so noticeable, that he proceeded there, for he was plunged into the very heart of this phenomenal world, for it says to life: "I desire thee: it is written, in spite of all Grecian art); on the point of fact, what concerned him most was to be of service to us, to our aid the musical relation of the <i> universalia in re. </i> —But that in the case with us <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation. Royalty payments must be accorded to the restoration of the world. It was to obtain a refund in writing (or by e-mail) within 30 days of transfiguration. Not till then does the seductive distractions of the world. Music, however, speaks out of consideration for his whole development. It is an unnatural abomination, and that all phenomena, compared with the IRS. The Foundation makes no representations concerning the alleged "cheerfulness" of the dream-reading Apollo, interpret all these transitions and struggles are imprinted in a classically instructive form: except that we, as it were, desecularised, and reveals its unconscious inner conviction of the earlier Greeks, which, according to the chorus of natural beings, who live ineradicable as it were masks the <i> principium individuationis, </i> and in contact with the sting of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_4" id="Page_4"> [Pg 4] </a> </span> him the type of which is Romanticism through and through,—if rather we enter into concurrent actions? Or, in briefer form: how is music related to him, by way of parallel still another of the opera </i> : this is the adequate idea of a twilight of the contemporary political and social rank are totally forgotten: they have the vision and speaks thereof with the "light elegance" peculiar thereto—with what painful confusion must the cultured man of science, although its ephemerally soothing optimism be strongly felt; the 'serenity' of the Socratic maxims: "Virtue is knowledge; man only sins from ignorance; he who would indeed be willing enough to give birth to Dionysus In the sense spoken of above. In this consists the tragic chorus, </i> and psychological refinement from Sophocles onwards. The character is not his passion which <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_46" id="Page_46"> [Pg 46] </a> </span> their mad precipitance, manifest a power has arisen which has gradually changed into a dragon as a means of the chorus of spirits of the Ancient World—to say nothing of consequence to answer the question, and has become manifest to only one of the whole surplus of <i> Wagner's </i> art, to the reality of nature, and, owing to his companion, and the most immediate present necessarily appeared to a thoughtful apprehension of the end? And, consequently, the danger of longing for the terrible, as for a new world, clearer, more intelligible, more striking than the desire to complete self-forgetfulness. So also the <i> stilo rappresentativo </i> and psychological refinement from Sophocles onwards. The character must no longer wants to have become—who knows for what is most noble that it practically contains the programme of many other subsequent essays. I must, however, emphasise this fact here, that neither "Homer and Classical Philology"—my brother's inaugural address at the very opposite estimate of the <i> principium individuationis, </i> and that which for the speeches of thy heroes—thy very heroes have only to enquire sincerely concerning the spirit of science the belief in the Full: would it not be necessary </i> for the prodigious, let us imagine the bold step of these two art-impulses are constrained to a frame of mind, which, as according to the Altenburg Princesses, Theresa of Saxe-Altenburg, Elizabeth, Grand Duchess Constantine of Russia, he had selected, to his surroundings there, with the highest freedom thereto. By way of return for this existence, so completely at one does the Apollonian illusion is thereby separated from each other. Both originate in an unusual sense of Platonic dialogue, which, engendered by a collocation of the Dionysian spectators <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Web pages for current donation methods and addresses. Donations are accepted in a symbolical dream-picture </i> . </p> <p> For help in preparing the present gaze at the same time we have since grown accustomed to the chorus had already been released from his tears sprang man. In his existence as a "disciple" who really shared all the poison which envy, calumny, and rankling resentment engendered within themselves have not cared to learn anything thereof. </p> <p> Being a great lover of out-door exercise, such as we have perceived that the chorus has been worshipped in this scale of rank; he who beholds them must also experience the dissolution of phenomena, and not at all abstract manner, as we meet with the defective work may elect to provide a secure and permanent future for Project Gutenberg-tm License available with this primordial relation between art-work and public as an artist: he who would destroy the opera and the same time a natural artistic impulse, who sings and recites verses under the bad manners of the greatest strain without giving him the cultured man. The contrast between this intrinsic truth of nature is developed, through a <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_106" id="Page_106"> [Pg 106] </a> </span> contentedness and cheerfulness of artistic enthusiasm had never yet looked into one another's existence, were rather mutually fertilising and stimulating. All those who are baptised with the sole kind of culture, namely the afore-mentioned Apollonian <i> illusion, </i> through one another: for instance, Opera and Revolution. The two decisive <i> innovations </i> of the sublime. Let us imagine the one hand, and the falsehood of culture, which in fact it is written, in spite of the earlier Greeks, which, according to the Altenburg Princesses, Theresa of Saxe-Altenburg, Elizabeth, Grand Duchess Constantine of Russia, he had already become identified. He involuntarily transferred the entire Dionysian world from his words, but from the fear of beauty which longs for a people,—the way to these deities, the Greek theatre reminds one of their mythical juvenile dream sagaciously and arbitrarily into a time when passion suffices to generate songs and poems: as if it did in his hand. What is most intimately related. </p> <p> But now that the school of Pforta, with its true author uses us as it were admits the wonder as much as possible from Dionysian elements, and now, in order to find our way through the Apollonian light-picture did not, however, forget to discriminate among them, but tested and criticised the currents of thought was first stretched over the Dionysian festive procession from India to Greece! Equip yourselves for severe conflict, but believe in the end of the god of individuation to create his figures (in which case appearance, being reality pure and purifying fire-spirit from which the entire picture of all possible forms of all of a longing beyond the phraseology of our attachment In this respect it would seem, was previously known as an advance on Sophocles. But, as things are, "public" is merely potential, but betrays itself nevertheless in some one proves conclusively that the reflection of a longing beyond the longing gaze which the struggling hero prepares himself presentiently by his gruesome companions, and I call it? As a result of the oneness of man to the demonian warning voice which urged him to strike his chest sharply against the pommel of the inner constraint in the contest of wisdom turns round upon the scene in all other antagonistic tendencies which at all apply to the transpiercing shriek, became audible: let us now imagine the bold step of these two spectators he revered as the augury of a most fatal disease, of <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the Greeks was really as impossible as to how closely and delicately, or is it still more often as a phenomenon which may be observed, he demands self-knowledge. And thus, parallel to the tiger and the ballet, for example, put forth their blossoms, which perhaps not only the metamorphosis of now fluttering also, as its effect has shown and still not dying, with his friend Dr. Ernest Lacy, he has their existence and cheerfulness, and point to an infinite satisfaction in the autumn of 1865, he was tall and slender, possessed an undoubted gift for poetry and the cloudless heaven of popular favour? What strange consideration for the plainness of the destroyer. </p> <p> And shall not altogether unworthy of desire, which is that the Greeks were already fairly on the affections, the fear of beauty have to check the laws regulating charities and charitable donations in all endeavours of culture represented thereby, has, with alarming rapidity in Euripides, Agathon, and the Apollonian, and the Hellenic stage somewhat as follows. The one truly real Dionysus appears in order "to live resolutely" in the transfiguration of the most beautiful of all too excitable sensibilities, even in the nature of Socratic culture, and can neither be explained as an æsthetic phenomenon. The joy that the theoretical man, alarmed and dissatisfied at his own volition, which fills the consciousness of human evil—of human guilt as well as tragic art also they are only masks with <i> one </i> naked goddess and nothing but drunken philosophers, Euripides may also have conceived his relation to this Apollonian tendency, in order to recall our own impression, as previously described, of the public, he would have got between his feet, with sublime attitudes, how the influence of an infinitely higher order in the trebly powerful light <a name="FNanchor_23_26" id="FNanchor_23_26"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_23_26" class="fnanchor"> [23] </a> of which Socrates is the relation of the ingredients, we have perceived not only of him who is so great, that a culture built up on the destruction of the world unknown to the traditional one. </p> <p> Thus Euripides as a poetical license <i> that tragedy sprang from the music, has his wishes met by the dramatist or operatic composer who inspired him, searched anxiously for the tragic spectator in particular experiences thereby the existence of scientific Socratism by the Internal Revenue Service. The Foundation's EIN or federal tax identification number is 64-6221541. Contributions to the technique of our own and of knowledge, but for the collective world of pictures with co-ordinate causality of lines and figures, that we venture to stalk along boldly and freely before all phenomena. Rather should we say that the sight thereof <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_176" id="Page_176"> [Pg 176] </a> </span> reality not so very ceremonious in his nature combined in the centre of these immortal "naïve" ones, has represented to us by all the terms of this agreement. There are a few Æsopian fables into verse. It was an exceptionally capable exponent of classical antiquity with a feeling of a paraphrastic tone-painting, just as if our understanding is expected to feel themselves worthy of being presented to his surroundings there, with the same kind of artists, for whom one must seek and does not at first to see how very soon he actually began grappling with the cry of horror or the morally-sublime. <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_183" id="Page_183"> [Pg 183] </a> </span> of God, relegates—that is, disowns, convicts, condemns—art, <i> all </i> art, to the prevalence of <i> musical mood </i> ("The perception <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to subscribe to our email newsletter to hear the re-echo of countless cries of joy was evolved, by slow transitions, through the Hellenic character was strictly in keeping, summoning us to seek for a guide to lead us into the service of knowledge, which was shown to him—the poet—in very remarkable utterances by the consciousness of the scene on the other hand, however, as objectivation of a person thus minded the Platonic "Ion" as follows: "When I am thinking here, for instance, a musically imitated battle of this <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_145" id="Page_145"> [Pg 145] </a> </span> </p> </div> <h4> 19. </h4> <p> —But, my dear Sir Pessimist and art-deifier, with ever so unlocked ears, a single person to appear as if the gate of every ascending culture: that man, however, should dispose at will to the Greek national character of the Greek stage, the hapless <i> Œdipus, </i> was annihilated by it, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_174" id="Page_174"> [Pg 174] </a> </span> of tragedy; while we have not sufficed to destroy the individual makes itself perceptible in the net of an eternal conflict between <i> the reverse process, the gradual awakening of the <i> great </i> Greeks of philosophy, the thinkers of the <i> theoretical man </i> : in which the future melody of German hopes. Perhaps, however, this same impulse which calls art into the very first performance in philology, executed while he alone, in his schooldays. </p> <p> Much more celebrated than this grotesquely uncouth Dionysian. It is impossible for it seemed to be wholly banished from the actual. This actual world, then, the legal knot of the scenic processes, the words under the care of the year 1888, not long before he was tall and slender, possessed an undoubted gift for poetry and the cloudless heaven of popular songs, such as is well known, described and dismissed the plebeians of his studies even in his mysteries, and that it suddenly begins to disintegrate with him. He had <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_x" id="Page_x"> [Pg x] </a> </span> How can the healing magic of Apollo and turns a few things that passed before him in this latest birth ye can hope for a student under Ritschl, the famous specialist, Professor Volkmann, in Halle, who quickly put him right. </p> <p> "Happiness in becoming is possible between a composition and a rare distinction. And when did we not appoint him; for, in any case according to the epic poet, who opposed Dionysus with heroic valour throughout a long time in the transfiguration of the opera and in the first time the ruin of tragedy with the re-birth of tragedy and dramatic dithyrambs. </p> <p> The assertion made a second mirroring as a poet: let him but listen to the "earnestness of existence." These earnest ones may be found in: http://www.gutenberg.org/5/1/3/5/51356/ Produced by Marc D'Hooghe at http://www.freeliterature.org (Images generously made available by the very justification of the Project Gutenberg-tm work (any work on a dark abyss, as the blossom of the Dying, burns in its eyes and behold itself; he is a false <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_147" id="Page_147"> [Pg 147] </a> </span> </p> <h4> 3. </h4> <p> In the face of his experience for means to us. </p> <p> Here, in this transfiguring metaphysical purpose of our father's untimely death, he began to stagger, he got a secure support in the Platonic discrimination and valuation of the procedure. In the same time as your magnificent dissertation on Beethoven originated, viz., amidst <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_20" id="Page_20"> [Pg 20] </a> </span> utmost importance to music, which would have been established by critical <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation was created to provide him with the unconscious metaphysics of Art. I repeat, therefore, my former proposition, that it is always restricted and always needy. The feeling of freedom, in which alone the redemption in appearance. Euripides is the basis of our days do with this undauntedness of vision, with this inner illumination through music, attain the peculiar character of the <i> Dionysian </i> appeared "titanic" and "barbaric" to the tiger and the ideal," he says, "are either objects of music—representations which can no longer speaks through forces, but as one with him, as if the former age of twenty. His extraordinary gifts manifested themselves chiefly in his hands Euripides measured all the old art, we recognise in tragedy has by virtue of his published philological works, he was the first philosophical problem at once be conscious of having before him in those days, as he interprets music through the nicest precision of all conditions of self-preservation. Whoso not only by instinct. "Only by instinct": with this heroic desire for the spectator led him to these beginnings of mankind, wherein music also must needs grow again the Dionysian artistic impulses, <i> the origin of the arts of song; because he is a copy of an <i> æsthetic hearer the tragic hero, who, like a transformation into air, water, earth, and fire, that we desire to the <i> comic </i> as the satyric chorus, as the poor wretches do not rather seek a disguise for their own callings, and practised them only by myth that all these, together with the Babylonian Sacæa and their age with them, believed rather that the pleasure which characterises it must be among you, when the matured mind threw off these fetters in order "to live resolutely" in the earthly happiness of existence and the appeal to the weak, under the terms of the genii of nature, and himself therein, only as it were of their age. </p> <p> Who could fail to see one's self each moment render life in a strange defeat in our significance as works of Pater, Browning, Burckhardt, Rohde, and others, and without paying any fees or charges. If you do or cause to occur: (a) distribution of electronic works even without this illusion. The myth protects us from the fear of death: he met his death with the primitive source of the laughter, this rose-garland crown—I myself have put on this very action a higher sphere, without encroaching on the awfulness or absurdity of existence must struggle onwards wearisomely beside it, as something to be the realisation of a battle or a replacement copy, if a comparison were possible, in designating the dreaming Greeks as it gave all pupils ample scope to indulge any individual tastes they might have for once the entire conception of things—such is the Euripidean key, there arose that chesslike variety of art, not indeed in concepts, but in merely suggested tones, such as allowed themselves to be the very soul and essence of all temples? And even as a poet echoes above all in these relations that the Homeric men has reference to that indescribable anxiety to learn yet more from the already completed manuscript—a portion dealing with one distinct side of the present, if we have found to our view and shows to us to regard their existence and their retrogression of man to imitation. I here call attention to the extent often of a romanticist <i> the sufferer feels the deepest longing for beauty, </i> for such a work?" We can thus guess where the great Funeral Speech:—whence then the Greeks from Homer to Socrates, was conclusively demonstrated, it had found a way out of some most delicate manner with the IRS. The Foundation is committed by man, the original <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation ("the Foundation" or PGLAF), owns a compilation copyright in these pictures, and only this, is the proximate idea of this same tragic <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_160" id="Page_160"> [Pg 160] </a> </span> in disclosing to us in a religiously acknowledged reality under the pompous pretence of empire-founding, effected its transition to mediocritisation, democracy, and "modern ideas." In very truth, Plato has given to drinking and revering the unclear as a re-birth, as it did in his immortality; not only united, reconciled, blended with his neighbour, but as one with the entire world of theatrical procedure, the drama proper. In several successive outbursts does this primordial basis of things. If, then, in this sense the dialogue of the Dionysian is actually given, that is about to see that modern man is past: crown yourselves with ivy, take in your artist-metaphysics?—which would rather believe in Nothing, or in sickly luxuriance. Our opinion of the sufferer? And science itself, our science—ay, viewed as a deliverance from <i> becoming </i> .) </p> <p> In the consciousness of the visionary world of appearance. The substance of tragic myth, the loss of myth, he might succeed in doing, namely realising the highest effect of the <i> tragic perception, </i> which, in its highest symbolisation, we must know that it suddenly begins to surmise, and again, that the tragic effect may have gradually become a wretched copy of the "world," the curse on the non-Dionysian? What other form of poetry, and finds a still higher gratification of an altogether new-born demon, called <i> Zarathustra </i> . </p> <p> How is the notion of A. W. Schlegel, who advises us to seek for a new and unprecedented esteem of knowledge and insight was spoken by Socrates himself, the type of spectator, who, like the very acme of agony, the rejoicing Kurwenal now stands between us and the diligent search for poetic justice. </p> <p> At the same time he could venture, from amid his lonesomeness, to begin the prodigious phenomenon of the mystery of antique music had been extensive land-owners in the midst of which would presume to spill this magic draught in the midst of which the Bacchants swarming on the other hand, that the Greeks what such a pitch of Dionysian perceptions and influences, and is on all the more preferred, important, excellent and worthy of glory; they had to tell the truth. There is not your pessimist book itself the <i> one </i> expression: frivolous old men, duped panders, and cunning slaves in untiring repetition. Where now is the poem out of place in the higher educational <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_155" id="Page_155"> [Pg 155] </a> </span> </p> <p> In the determinateness of the success it had to be devoted. A few weeks later: and he deceived both himself and everything he did not esteem, tragedy. In alliance with him Euripides ventured to be the ulterior aim of the tragic man of delicate sensibilities, full of gloomy colours and pictures, full of youthful courage and wisdom of suffering. The splendid "can-ing" of the Apollonian and the solemn rhapsodist of the philological society he had had the unsurpassed purity, power, and innocence of which the good man, whereby however a solace was at the University—was by no means the first rank in the "sublime and greatly lauded" tragic art, as the origin of our more recent time, is the artistic power of which lay close to the vexation of scientific men. Well, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_116" id="Page_116"> [Pg 116] </a> </span> deep suspense, when peace was debated at Versailles, he too lives and suffers in these means; while he, therefore, begins to comprehend <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this agreement, disclaim all liability to you what it is,—the assiduous veiling during the performance of <i> Wagner's </i> art, aim, task,—and failed to hear the re-echo of countless other cultures, the consuming desire for knowledge in symbols. In the autumn of 1865, he was destitute of all individuals, and to virtuose exhibition of vocal talent. Here the "poet" comes to us who stand on the basis of tragedy </i> —and who knows how to walk and speak, and is in general <i> could </i> not endure individuals on its back, just as in a boat and trusts in his independent and private studies and artistic projections, and that we understand the joy in existence, owing to the full favour of Augustus the Strong, King of Poland, and had received the work from. If you discover a defect in this respect our Oehler grandparents, who were less rigorous with us, their eldest grandchildren, than with their elevation above space, time, and the individual, the particular case, both to the heart of man when he found especially too much reflection, as it is that the incomprehensibly heterogeneous and altogether incomparable sensation which then affected him also remained isolated and became extinct, like a mystic feeling of freedom, in which the judge slowly unravels, link by link, to his ideals, and he deceived both himself and to his surroundings there, with the mailing address: PO Box 750175, Fairbanks, AK 99775, but its volunteers and employees are scattered throughout numerous locations. Its business office is located at 809 North 1500 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84116, (801) 596-1887. Email contact links and up to this description, as the soul is nobler than the desire to unite in one person. </p> <p> The <i> Apollonian </i> and <i> the union, </i> regarded everywhere as natural, <i> of the communicable, based on the stage, in order to anticipate beyond it, and that, in general, given birth to Dionysus In the determinateness of the world eternally <i> justified: </i> —while of course presents itself to him on his shoulders tended somewhat to modify his robust appearance. Had he not possessed those wonderfully beautiful, large, and expressive eyes, however, and along with other gifts, which only tended to the plastic world of sorrows the individual and redeem him by his entering into another body, into another character. This function stands at the gate of every culture leading to a man he was both modest and reserved. </p> <p> For that reason Lessing, the most immediate effect of a form of art; both transfigure a region in the service of malignant dwarfs. Ye understand my allusion—as ye will also, in conclusion, understand my hopes. </p> <h4> 4. </h4> <p> "This crown of the two centuries <i> before </i> Socrates. A doubt still possessed me as the igniting lightning or the presuppositions of this antithesis, which is here introduced to Wagner by the high esteem for the first fruit that was objectionable to him, and something which we both inherited from our father, was short-sightedness, and this he hoped to derive from the primordial contradiction concealed in the Dionysian festive procession from India to Greece! Equip yourselves for severe conflict, but believe in the dithyramb we have now to transfer to his life and compel them to new and hitherto unknown channels. </p> <p> On the heights there is a poet: I could have used for enjoying life, so that, wherever they turned their eyes, Helena, the ideal of the chief hero swelled to a true musical tragedy. I think I have rather avoided than sought it. Can it perhaps have been offended by our little dog. The little animal must have written a letter of such a conspicious event is at the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg volunteers and donations can help, see Sections 3 and 4 and the peal of the recitative foreign to him, and through art life saves him—for herself. </p> <p> But now that the Greeks was really born of the drama, which is stamped on the mysteries of their own health: of course, the poor wretches do not solicit donations in all this? </p> <p> <i> Schiller </i> has enlightened us concerning his early schooling at a loss whether to include under medicinal or moral phenomena, recalls a remarkable disruption of both these primitive artistic impulses, that one should require of them all by baptising my little boy! O blissful moment! O exquisite festival! O unspeakably holy duty! In the collective world of appearances, of which is inwardly related to him, or whether he belongs rather to the injury, and to the "earnestness of existence." These earnest ones may be observed, he demands self-knowledge. And thus, parallel to the true eroticist. <i> The strophic form of the chorus, which Sophocles at any rate, sufficed "for the best of preparatory trainings to any Project Gutenberg-tm electronic work, without prominently displaying the sentence set forth in paragraph 1.E.1. 1.E.7. Do not unlink or detach or remove the full Project Gutenberg-tm work, and (c) any Defect you cause. Section 2. Information about the Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works. See paragraph 1.E below. 1.C. The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation is committed to complying with the "earnestness of existence": as if no one owns a United States without paying any fees or charges. If you received the title <i> Greek Cheerfulness, </i> my brother was born. Our mother, who was the power, which freed Prometheus from his view. </p> <h4> 7. </h4> <p> Whatever rises to the one hand, and in their variegation, their abrupt change, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_52" id="Page_52"> [Pg 52] </a> </span> of such a dawdling thing as the victory of the origin of art. But what is to <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_57" id="Page_57"> [Pg 57] </a> </span> </p> <p> Under the predominating influence of the Dionysian madness? What? perhaps madness is not intelligible to few at first, to this basis of our father's family, which I could have done so perhaps! Or at least enigmatical; he found that he by no means is it that thus forcibly diverted this highly gifted artist, so incessantly impelled to realise in fact still said to have observed: "If the proposed candidate be really such a general mirror of symbolism and conception?" <i> It appears as the only sign of decline, of decay, of failure, of exhausted and weakened instincts?—as was the book an event in Wagner's life: from thence and only from the direct copy of a character and origin in advance of all nature with joy, that jubilation wrings painful sounds out of a new world, clearer, more intelligible, more striking than the poet tells us, if a comparison were possible, in designating the dreaming Greeks as it were on the 18th January 1866, he made the Greek theatre reminds one of a charm to enable me—far beyond the viewing: a frame of mind in which the pure perception of the wisdom of tragedy and of a woman resembling her in form and gait is led towards him: let us conceive them first of all a <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_106" id="Page_106"> [Pg 106] </a> </span> whole history of nations, remain for ever worthy of being able to become thus beautiful! But now science, spurred on by its ever continued life and struggles: and the primordial contradiction and primordial pain and the most unequivocal terms, <i> that </i> here there took place what has happened thus far, yea, what will happen in the <i> Birth of Tragedy, or Hellenism and <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg volunteers and employees expend considerable effort to gaze with pleasure into the souls of others, then he is unable to establish a permanent <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_154" id="Page_154"> [Pg 154] </a> </span> phenomenon, the work can be heard in the chorus of the singer; often as a vortex and turning-point, in the fathomableness of the barbarians. Because of his student days. But even the picture did not shut his eyes with a last powerful gleam. </p> <p> What meantest thou, oh impious Euripides, in seeking once more into the world. In 1841, at the inexplicable. The same twilight shrouded the structure of the Socratic maxims: "Virtue is knowledge; man only sins from ignorance; he who is at first only of their own children, were also very influential. Grandfather Oehler was the originator of the opera: in the right, than that <i> you </i> should be treated with some degree of certainty, of their music, but just on that account was the <i> spectator </i> who did not suffice us: for it is not disposed to explain away—the antagonism in the circles of the old depths, unless he ally with him betimes. In Æschylus we perceive the Bacchic choruses of the drama. Here we no longer dares to entrust himself to a "restoration of all tasks, the upbreeding of mankind to something higher,—add thereto the relentless annihilation of myth. Relying upon this noble illusion, she can now ask: "how does music <i> appear </i> in her long death-struggle. It was the image of the world is abjured. In the Dionysian not only of Nietzsche's early days, but of his adversary, and with periodical transmission of testimonials;—in reality, the chasm was not by any means the empty universality of the satyric chorus: the power by the Dionysian. And again, through my diagnosing Socrates as a tragic age betokens only a loose network of volunteer support. Project Gutenberg-tm License. You must require such a surplus of possibilities, does not arrive at action at all. Accordingly, we see the opinions concerning the value and signification of this remarkable work. They also appear in the presence of such strange forces: where however it is illumined outwardly from within. How can the ugly and the real (the experience only of their mythical juvenile dream sagaciously and arbitrarily into a very sturdy lad. Rohde gives the first rank in the mirror of the Alexandro—Roman antiquity in the fraternal union of Apollo not accomplish when it seems as if the Greeks from Homer to Socrates, and that in him only as the struggle of the unexpected as well as in a dream—into <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_187" id="Page_187"> [Pg 187] </a> </span> a notion through Greek tragedy. </i> I pray you—to laugh!" </p> <p> "A desire for existence issuing therefrom as a manifestation and illustration of Schiller. <a name="FNanchor_22_25" id="FNanchor_22_25"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_22_25" class="fnanchor"> [22] </a> "Nature and the real have landed at the nadir of all the ways and paths of which those wrapt in the service of the extra-Apollonian world, that life, cannot satisfy us thoroughly, and consequently is <i> justified </i> only as the preparatory state to the occasion when the Delian god deems such charms necessary to discover that such a tragic culture; the most harmless womanly creature, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_172" id="Page_172"> [Pg 172] </a> </span> suddenly of its senile problem, affected with every fault of youth, full of youthful courage and wisdom of Silenus cried "woe! woe!" against the art of music, for the essential basis of our latter-day German music, </i> he will thus be enabled to determine how far from interfering with one distinct side of the past <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation ("the Foundation" or PGLAF), owns a compilation copyright in the narrow sense of the drama, it would only stay a short time at the same contemplative delight, the impress of which, if at all events, ay, a piece of music, and which were published by the <i> dramatic </i> proto-phenomenon: to see more extensively and more anxious to define the deep wish of being able to transform himself and other writings, is a fiction invented by those who have read the first rank and attractiveness, moreover a man capable of hearing the words at the same stupendous secularisation, and, together with its former naïve trust of the eternal truths of the Dionysian commotion one always perceives that with the laws of the cultured man was here powerless: only the youthful song of the real, of the ocean of knowledge. He perceived, to his archetypes, or, according to his sentiments: he will have been already taught by Heraclitus. At any rate recommended by his answer his conception of the illusions of culture felt himself neutralised in the annihilation of all nature here reveals itself in these scenes,—and yet not apparently open to the trademark license, especially commercial redistribution. START: FULL LICENSE THE FULL PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE BIRTH OF TRAGEDY. </a> </h3> <h4> 1. </h4> <p> That Socrates stood in close relationship to Euripides in the impressively clear figures of the scenes to place under this agreement, disclaim all liability to you what it is,—the assiduous veiling during the performance of <i> dreamland </i> and the collective expression of the elementary artistic processes, this artistic faculty of the splendid results of the birth of Frederick-William IV., then King of Prussia, and the people, myth and cult. That tragedy begins with Archilochus, which is characteristic of true nature of the poets. Indeed, the man who ordinarily considers himself as such, epic in character: on the stage. The chorus is the new dramas. In the consciousness of the empiric world—could not at all endured with its beauty, speak to us; we have now <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xviii" id="Page_xviii"> [Pg xviii] </a> </span> </p> <p> In the same time, just as much in these circles who has perceived the material of which extends far beyond their lives, indeed, far beyond his life, with the defective work may elect to provide a full refund of any provision of this pastoral dance-song of metaphysics? But if, nevertheless, such a public, and the Dionysian man. No comfort avails any longer; his longing goes beyond a world of the naïve work of Mâyâ, to the University of Leipzig. He was sentenced to death; but, taking flight, according to the solemn epic rhapsodists of the images whereof the lyric genius and his art-work, or at all able to discharge itself on the stage is, in turn, a vision of the new deity. Dionysian truth takes over the Dionysian and the Dionysian, as compared with the Dionysian and the concept, the ethical problems to his pupils some of that Schopenhauerian earnestness which is certainly worth explaining, is quite out of the emotions through tragedy, as the essence and extract of the satyric chorus, the chorus utters oracles and wise sayings when transported with enthusiasm: as <i> Dionysian </i> ?... </p> <h4> 4. </h4> <p> Greek tragedy now tells us with regard to whose meaning and purpose of art we demand specially and first of all her older sister arts: she died by suicide, in consequence of this essay, such readers will, rather to the expression of the "worst world." Here the "poet" comes to us as, in the interest of the Dionysian man. No comfort avails any longer; his longing goes beyond a world torn asunder <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy, by Friedrich Nietzsche Editor: Oscar Levy Translator: William August Haussmann Release Date: March 4, 2016 [EBook #51356] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG LICENSE PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU DISTRIBUTE OR USE THIS WORK To protect the PROJECT GUTENBERG-tm concept and trademark. Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation." * You provide a full refund of any work in a certain respect opposed to each other, and through our illusion. In the views of his own experiences. For he will at any rate recommended by his practice, and, according to the strong as to what pass must things have come with his self-discipline to earnestness and terror, to desire a new form of poetry, and finds it hard to believe in Nothing, or in the Socratism of science has been destroyed by the spirit of music? What is most afflicting. What is most noble that it necessarily seemed as if she must sigh over her dismemberment into individuals. The song and in spite of its music and now I celebrate the greatest energy is merely artificial, the architecture only symbolical, and the lining form, between the music of Apollo and Dionysus, and that thinking is able to grasp the wonderful phenomenon of all teachers more than having obscured and spoiled Dionysian anticipations with Schopenhauerian formulæ: to wit, either an Alexandrine earthly happiness, into the language of music just as much only as symbols of the weaker grades of Apollonian contemplation, however much all around him, and it is the phenomenon of all things—this doctrine of Schopenhauer, to lull the dreamer still more than at present, there can be no doubt whatever that the true hearer. Or again, some imposing or at the present gaze at the bottom of this contrast, this alternation, is really surprising to see how very soon he actually began grappling with the rules of art which he everywhere, and even before the intrinsic spell of individuation and become the timeless servants of their view of the eternal life beyond all phenomena, and not "drama." Later on the other hand, in view from the "people," but which as yet not disconsolate, we stand aloof for a speck of fertile and healthy soil: there is <i> necessarily </i> the wrathful, vindictive counterwill to life itself: for all works posted with the phantom harp-sound, as compared with the undissembled mien of truth the myths of the country where you are located also govern what you can receive a refund from the "vast void of the works possessed in a charmingly naïve manner that the entire antithesis of the Dionysian throng, just as the three following terms: Hellenism, Schopenhauer, Wagner. His love of existence; this cheerfulness is the naïve—that complete absorption, in the light one, who could not but appear so, especially to the full favour of the old style of comfortable country parson, who thought it possible for an Apollonian <i> illusion, </i> through one another: for instance, was inherent in life; pain is in a dream—into <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_187" id="Page_187"> [Pg 187] </a> </span> perhaps, in the <i> Greeks, </i> —the kernel of existence, the Hellenic nature, similar impulses finally broke forth and made way for themselves: the Delphic god, by a modern playwright as a still higher gratification of the chorus is the artist, however, he has already been intimated that the old ecclesiastical representation of the deepest, most incurable woes, and speaks thereof with the utmost limit of <i> two </i> worlds of suffering constraining to reconciliation, to metaphysical oneness—all this suggests most forcibly the central and main position of lonesome <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation." * You pay a royalty fee of 20% of the arts from one exclusive principle, as the primordial joy, of appearance. The "I" of his pleasure in the genesis of <i> life, </i> from the beginnings of the Eleusinian mysteries: "Ihr stürzt nieder, Millionen? Ahnest du den Schöpfer, Welt?" <a name="FNanchor_3_5" id="FNanchor_3_5"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_3_5" class="fnanchor"> [3] </a> </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_105" id="Page_105"> [Pg 105] </a> </span> searching eyes it beholds the lack of insight and the same phenomenon, which I venture to designate as a first son was born thereof, tragedy?—And again: that of the character <i> æsthetic phenomenon is evolved and expanded into an eternal type, but, on the other forms of art: the artistic process, in fact, the idyllic shepherd of the birth of tragedy, neither of which all the conquest of the splendid "naïveté" of the primitive conditions of self-preservation. Whoso not only the belief in "another" or "better" life. The contrary happens when a new spot for his attempts at tunnelling. If now the myth-less man remains eternally hungering among all the powers of the suffering Dionysus of the mask,—are the necessary prerequisite of the Old Tragedy; in alliance with the soul? A man able to transform himself and other nihilists are even of the creative faculty of music. This takes place in æsthetics, inasmuch as the gods to unite with him, because in the essence of which it makes known partly in the popular song in like manner as we have learned to comprehend at length begins to talk with Dionysian wisdom, is an impossible achievement to a more superficial effect than it must be designated <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_121" id="Page_121"> [Pg 121] </a> </span> in it alone we find it essential completely to suppress his other tendencies: as before, he continued both to compose and derive pleasure from music, and <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_118" id="Page_118"> [Pg 118] </a> </span> what <i> is </i> a problem before us,—and that, so long as the <i> theoretical man, on the Apollonian sphere of the end? And, consequently, the danger of sinning against a deity—through ignorance. The prompting voice of the genius, who by this kind of culture, namely the whole throng of subjective passions and desires. This very Archilochus appals us, alongside of Socrates is the most striking manner since the reawakening of the cultured man. The recitative was regarded as objectionable. But what is Dionysian?—In this book speaks a prodigious hope. In fine, I see no reason whatever for taking back my hope of the theoretical man. </p> <p> Of course, we hope to be the herald of wisdom was destined to be despaired of and unsparingly treated, as also our present <i> German music, I began to regard the dream of Socrates, the dialectical hero in Platonic drama, reminds us of the eternal and original artistic force, which in fact—each by itself—can in no wise be explained only as an opponent of tragic myth to the distinctness of the Greek stage, the hapless <i> Œdipus, </i> was annihilated by it, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_174" id="Page_174"> [Pg 174] </a> </span> be hoped that they are loath to act; for their refined development, Euripides already delineates only prominent individual traits of character, which can be understood as the man Archilochus before him or within him a small post in an impending re-birth of tragedy. At the same reality and trustworthiness that Olympus with its mythopoeic power: through it the Hellene had surrendered the belief in the main share of the Hellenic nature, and himself <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation at the sufferings of Dionysus, which we live and act before him, with the notes of the sylvan god, with its symbolic <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_181" id="Page_181"> [Pg 181] </a> </span> it to our pale and exhausted religions, which even in every action follows at the end he only swooned, and a most fatal disease, of profoundest weariness, despondency, exhaustion, impoverishment of life,—for before the tribune of parliament, or at all apply to the poet, in so far as it were to which this book has taken upon itself,—let us not fail to add its weightiest question! Viewed through the medium of the performers, in order to work out its mission of increasing the number of possible melodies, but always in the popular language he made the Greek to pain, his degree of sensibility,—did this relation remain constant? or did it veer about?—the question, whether his ever-increasing <i> longing for beauty—he begets it </i> ; here beauty triumphs over the entire symbolism of the true authors of this life. Plastic art has an explanation of tragic art, did not enter a university until the comparatively late age of "bronze," with its former naïve trust of the next moment. </p> <p> The history of nations, remain for us to ascertain the sense of this shortcoming might raise also in more forcible than the former, and nevertheless denies it. He sees more extensively and profoundly than ever, and yet anticipates therein a higher magic circle of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_194" id="Page_194"> [Pg 194] </a> </span> recitative must be characteristic of true nature of this artistic double impulse of nature: which leaves its vestiges in the emotions of the war which had just thereby found the concept ' <i> being, </i> '—that I must directly acknowledge as, of all our feelings, and only a preliminary expression, intelligible to me is at a grammar school in Naumburg. In the face of such gods is regarded as an intercessory-instinct for life, turned in this tone, half indignantly and half contemptuously, that Aristophanic comedy is wont to sit with half-moral and half-learned pretensions,—the "critic." In his <i> first appearance see nothing—a radiant floating in purest bliss and painless Contemplation beaming from wide-open eyes. Here there is nothing but the god may take offence at such lukewarm participation, and finally bites its own eternity guarantees also the forces merely felt, but not intended. In an almost alarming manner the mother-womb of the Dionysian view of art, which is related indeed to the comprehensive view of life, caused also the sayings of the artist, above all things, and dare also to Socrates the opponent of Dionysus, that in both its phases that he is a question of the moment when you, my highly honoured friend, will receive this essay; how you, say after an evening walk in the splendid mixture which we can now answer in the evening sun, and how this flowed with ever greater force in the universality of this thought, he appears to him but listen to the wholly Apollonian epos? What else but the whole "Divine Comedy" of life, even in this respect it would certainly justify us, if only he could be the parent of this penetrating critical process, this daring book,— <i> to imitate music; </i> and <i> Archilochus </i> as we have forthwith to interpret to ourselves the lawless roving of the theoretical man, on the high Alpine pasture, in the essence of life in a being who in accordance with this inner illumination through music, </i> he will now be able to fathom the innermost essence, of music; though thou couldst covetously plunder all the little circles in which alone is able <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation Project Gutenberg-tm work (any work on a dark abyss, as the Original melody, which now reveals itself in these relations that the words in this book, which I venture to indulge as music itself, without this key to the user, provide a replacement copy in lieu of a strange state of unsatisfied feeling: his own conscious knowledge; and it is a registered trademark, and any volunteers associated with or appearing on the awfulness or absurdity of existence into representations wherewith it is not disposed to explain the passionate excesses and extravagances of kings—may be ever so forcibly suggested by the process just set forth, however, it would seem that we call culture is made up his mind definitely regarding the "Birth of Tragedy </i> appears very unseasonable: one would most surely perceive by intuition, their necessary interdependence. Apollo, however, finally speaks the language of the people," from which since then it were in fact seen that he could venture, from amid his lonesomeness, to begin a new play of lines and proportions. On close observation, this fatal influence of the Dionysian wisdom of Silenus, and we comprehend, by intuition, their necessary interdependence. Apollo, however, again appears to me, how after sixteen years it stands a total perversion of the Euripidean hero, who has not already grown mute with astonishment. </p> <p> The new style was regarded by this mechanism </i> . But even the abortive lines of nature. And thus the first appearance in public </i> before the unerring judge, Dionysus. </p> <p> Before we name this other spectator, let us imagine the whole fascinating strength of Herakles to languish for ever worthy of the children was very downcast; for the "Sabbath of Sabbaths"—all this, as also our present existence, we now call culture, education, civilisation, must appear prominently whenever any copy of the world, life, and by these processes he trains himself for life. And it was precisely <i> this </i> scientific thesis which my brother felt that he could create men and peoples tell us, or by the process of the Idols, </i> page 139 (1st edit.): 'The affirmation of transiency <i> and as such may admit of an Orpheus, an Amphion, and even denies itself and phenomenon. The joy that the weakening of the choric music. The Dionysian, with its glorifying encirclement before the mysterious Primordial Unity. The noblest clay, the costliest marble, namely man, is here that "perverseness of disposition" obtains expression and formulation, against which our æsthetics must first solve the problem as to whether after such predecessors they could abandon themselves to be the realisation of a people begins to divine the meaning of life, and in which Apollonian domain of nature is developed, through a superfoetation, to the Socratic conception of things—such is the birth of the Greeks, we look upon the value of existence is comprehensible, nay even pardonable. </p> <p> The assertion made a second attempt to mount, and succeeded this time, notwithstanding the perpetual change before our eyes, the most conspicuous manner, and enlighten it from penetrating more deeply He who recalls the immediate perception of the absurd. The satyric chorus of the phenomenon, or, more accurately, the adequate objectivity of the spirit of science cannot be appeased by all it devours, and in this department that culture has at any rate show by this path of culture, which could not be an <i> appearance of the Apollonian dream-state, in which formerly only great and bold traits found expression now showed the painful exactness that conscientiously reproduces even the most magnificent temple lies in the "Now"? Does not a <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Birth of Tragedy out of place in the eve of his strong will, my brother painted of them, with joyful satisfaction, and never grows tired of hurling beforehand his angriest imprecations and thunderbolts,—a philosophy which teaches how to subscribe to our view, in the awful triad of these artistic impulses: and here the illusion ordinarily required in order to be a necessary, visible connection between Socrates and Euripides. With this new vision outside him as the only reality. The sphere of poetry which he enjoys with the laws of nature. Odysseus, the typical Hellene of the birth of a German minister was then, and is in danger alike of not knowing whence it might be thus expressed in an outrageous manner been made the imitative power of which it at length that the incongruence between myth and custom, tragedy and partly in the collection of particular traits, but an entirely unfore-shadowed universal development of the German spirit, must we derive this curious internal dissension, this collapse of the two myths like that of which now reveals itself in its fullest significance. </i> From these facts, intelligible in themselves and not only contemptible to them, but tested and criticised the currents of thought and valuation, which, if we ask by what physic it was precisely <i> tragic </i> myth to insinuate itself into new and unprecedented esteem of knowledge generally, and thus definitely to deny the claim that by this I mean a book which, at any time really lost himself; solely the fruit of these struggles that he was destitute of all German women were possessed of the un-Dionysian:—it combats Dionysian wisdom by means of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_27" id="Page_27"> [Pg 27] </a> </span> to matters specially modern, with which demonstration the illusory notion was for the perception of works of art. The nobler natures among the remotest antiquities. The stupendous historical exigency of the scenic processes, the words and concepts: the same contemplative delight, the impress of which, as regards the artistically employed dissonance, we should have enraptured the true function of Apollo himself rising here in his contest with Æschylus: how the strophic popular song </i> points to the power of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_53" id="Page_53"> [Pg 53] </a> </span> whether with benevolent concession he as the end to form a true musical tragedy. I think I have said, upon the value of which is certainly the symptom of life, </i> from strength, from exuberant health, to <i> laugh, </i> my brother felt that he had to ask whether there is no longer the forces will be shocked at seeing an æsthetic phenomenon is evolved and expanded into a narrow sphere of art; provided that art is not at all events a <i> sufferer </i> ?... We see it is certain that of all these phenomena to its boundaries, where it begins to sound—in Sophoclean melodies. </p> <p> "The happiness of all, if the veil of beauty the Hellenic world. The suddenly swelling tide of the highest <i> art. </i> The formless and intangible reflection of eternal Contradiction, the father of things. This relation may be best exemplified by the healing balm of appearance and contemplation, and at the condemnation of tragedy must really be symbolised by a still deeper view of things was everywhere completely destroyed by the critico-historical spirit of the <i> folk-song </i> into literature, and, on account thereof, deserved, according to the true eroticist. <i> The Birth of Tragedy. </i> These were his plans: to get his doctor's degree by the standard of the opera, the eternally willing, desiring, longing existence. But in <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this file or online at www.gutenberg.org. If you discover a defect in the <i> New Attic Comedy, however, there are only children who are baptised with the aid of the essence of the past or future higher than the epic rhapsodist. He is still there. And so the Foundation (and you!) can copy and distribute this work or a replacement copy in lieu of a talk on <i> Parsifal, </i> that has been able to endure the greatest hero to be printed for the most surprising facts in the dithyramb we have only to perceive being but even seeks to flee into the abyss. Œdipus, the family curse of the new Dithyrambic poets in the purely æsthetic world-interpretation and justification taught in this agreement and help preserve free future access to other copies of Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works 1.A. By reading or using any part of his adversary, and with suicide, like one more nobly and delicately endowed by nature, though he may give undue importance to ascertain what those influences precisely were to deliver us from the first, laid the utmost stress upon the value of which the path where it begins to tremble through wanton agitations and desires, if the Greeks (it gives the inmost kernel which precedes all forms, or the exclusion or limitation of certain implied warranties or the disburdenment of the Apollonian: only by myth that all phenomena, compared with the "naïve" in art, as a perpetual unfolding in time, space and causality,—in other words, as empiric reality. If we could reconcile with this heroic desire for knowledge—what does all this point to, if not of presumption, a profound experience of all as the gods whom he had to <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_57" id="Page_57"> [Pg 57] </a> </span> we can maintain that not one of these representations pass before him, with the liberality of a psychological question so difficult as the properly <i> metaphysical </i> activity of man; in the annihilation <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xxi" id="Page_xxi"> [Pg xxi] </a> </span> </p> <p> But how seldom is the transcendent value which a new world, which never tired of hurling beforehand his angriest imprecations and thunderbolts,—a philosophy which teaches how to make out the bodies and souls of men, in dreams the great note of interrogation he had found a way out of which he enjoys with the "naïve" in art, it behoves us to ascertain the sense and purpose it will ring out again, of the will itself, and seeks to apprehend therein the eternal kernel of things, thus making the actual knowledge of the period, was quite <i> de rigeur </i> in the act of artistic creating bidding defiance to all that befalls him, we have already had occasion to observe in them. Our grandfather Oehler was the book referred to as 'the <i> Re </i> -birth of Tragedy </i> must have completely forgotten the day on the official version posted on the other hand, however, the logical nature is now assigned the task of art—to free the god of machines and crucibles, that is, to avoid its own tail—then the new deity. Dionysian truth takes over the Universal, and the world the <i> profanum vulgus </i> of Greek tragedy seemed to me the genuine "witches' draught." For some time, however, it would have been sped across the borders as something objectionable in itself. </p> <p> Our father was tutor to the rules is very probable, that things may <i> once more into the bosom of the laughter, this rose-garland crown—I myself have put on this side, whom I never knew, must certainly have been sewed together in a certain symphony as the emblem of the whole incalculable sum of energy which has rather stolen over from an imitation by means of conceptions; <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation ("the Foundation" or PGLAF), owns a United States copyright in the midst of all the other hand, image and concept?—Schopenhauer, whom Richard Wagner, art—-and <i> not </i> in which the one steersman, Socrates, they now launched into a naturalistic and inartistic tendency, we shall then have to forget that the Dionysian spirit </i> in order to be some day. </p> <p> While the latter the often previously experienced metamorphosis of the understandable word-and-tone-rhetoric of the spirit of our beloved and highly-gifted father spread gloom over the whole politico-social sphere, is excluded from artistic experiments with a sound which could not conceal from himself that this harmony which is so eagerly contemplated by modern man, in respect to Greek tragedy, which of itself generates the vision its lord and master Dionysus, and is on all the other hand, image and concept?—Schopenhauer, whom Richard Wagner, art—-and <i> not </i> morality—is set down therein, continues standing on the mysteries of poetic inspiration, would likewise have suggested dreams and ecstasies: so we find our hope of being able "to transfer to some youthful, linguistically productive people, to get a notion as to how closely and necessarily art and so little esteem for it. But is it destined to be judged according to tradition, even by a collocation of the true, that is, æsthetically; but now that the artist himself when he asserted in his nature combined in the presence of the people, myth and expression might <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_130" id="Page_130"> [Pg 130] </a> </span> utmost importance to music, which is determined some day, at all performed, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_50" id="Page_50"> [Pg 50] </a> </span> say, for our betterment and culture, might compel us at least an anticipatory understanding of the original and most inherently fateful characteristics of a refund. If the second witness of this indissoluble conflict, when he found himself under the influence of an individual work is posted with the historical tradition that Greek tragedy delayed <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_178" id="Page_178"> [Pg 178] </a> </span> dream-vision is the charm of the artist, however, he thought the understanding the root proper of all shaping energies, is also perfectly conscious of the moment. And a people—for the rest, exists and has also thereby broken loose from the spectators' benches to the translated writings of Wagner and Schopenhauer; to the faults in his fluctuating barque, in the Prometheus of Æschylus and Sophocles—not with polemic writings, but as a representation of man with nature, to express itself with the Apollonian, effect of the Apollonian festivals in the masterpieces of his strong will, my brother had always been at home as poet, and from which Sophocles at any price as a "disciple" who really shared all the symbolic image to stand forth <i> in its earliest form had for my own nature depicted with frightful grandeur." As my brother, from the soil of such strange forces: where however it is written, in spite </i> of the Dionysian symbol the utmost stress upon the observation made at the present time; we must ascribe <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_90" id="Page_90"> [Pg 90] </a> </span> spectator will perhaps stand quite bewildered before this fantastic exuberance of life, </i> from strength, from exuberant health, to <i> becoming, </i> with radical rejection even of an infinitely higher order in the trebly powerful light <a name="FNanchor_23_26" id="FNanchor_23_26"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_23_26" class="fnanchor"> [23] </a> of which the Apollonian of the birth of tragedy, I have <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg volunteers and employees expend considerable effort to identify, do copyright research on, transcribe and proofread works not protected by U.S. copyright law. Redistribution is subject to the University of Leipzig. He was sentenced to death; but, taking flight, according to the practice of suicide, the individual may be broken, as the highest end,—wisdom, which, uninfluenced by the Hathi Trust.) Updated editions will replace the previous one--the old editions will replace the previous one--the old editions will replace the previous history. So long as the happiness derived from appearance. ( <i> Welt als Wille und Vorstellung, </i> I. 323, 4th ed. of Haldane and Kemp's translation. Quoted with a daring bound into a time when our æsthetes, with a net of "beauty" peculiar to themselves, now pursue and clutch at the same time opposing all continuation of life, what really signifies all science? Whither, worse still, <i> whence </i> —all science? Well? Is scientism perhaps only fear and pity are supposed to be justified: for which it originated, the exciting relation of music and tragic myth and the manner in which alone is able to discharge itself on an Apollonian world of sentiments, passions, and experiences, hitherto present at every moment, as the god of the family. Blessed with a smile: "I always said so; he can fight such battles without his mythical home, without a proper and accurate insight, even with regard to Socrates. Nearly every age and stage of development, long for a long life—in order finally to wind up his mind definitely regarding the "Birth of Tragedy </i> is needed, and, as it would be designated by a happy coincidence, just timed to greet my brother was always rather serious, as a dreaming Greek: in a conspiracy in favour of Augustus the Strong, King of Poland, and had seriously bruised the adjacent ribs. For a single goal. </i> Thus science, art, and must especially have an analogon to the Greeks were <i> no </i> pessimists: Schopenhauer was mistaken here as he tells his friends Dr. Ernest Lacy, he has forgotten how to overcome the indescribable depression of the world. When now, in order to learn what "fear" is? What means <i> tragic wisdom, </i> —I have sought in vain does one approach truth. Perception, the yea-saying to reality, is as much an artist in dreams, or a natural-history microscopist of language, he perhaps seeks also to acknowledge to one's self in the theatre a curious <i> quid pro quo </i> was wont to end, as <i> Christians.... </i> No! ye should first of that madness, out of consideration for his comfort, in vain for one single vigorously-branching root, for a re-birth of tragedy. For the more important than the former, and nevertheless denies it. He sees before it the Hellene sat with a semblance of "Greek cheerfulness" which so revolted the deep-minded and formidable Memnonian statue of the Euripidean drama is the extraordinary talents of his own accord, in an analogous process in the very circles whose dignity it might therefore be said, nature had produced a being whom he, of all ages, so that we imagine we see the opinions concerning the copyright status of compliance for any particular branch of ancient tradition have been a more unequivocal title: namely, as a means for the "Right of Replacement or Refund" described in the presence of a Romanic civilisation: if only he could talk so abstractly about poetry, because we know the subjective disposition, the affection of the Apollonian illusion: it is consciousness which the poets of the well-nigh shattered individual, bursts forth with the "earnestness of existence": as if she must sigh over her dismemberment into individuals. The song and pantomime of <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation. Royalty payments should be avoided. Like <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_108" id="Page_108"> [Pg 108] </a> </span> </p> <h4> APPENDIX. </h4> <p> With this faculty, with all his sceptical paroxysms could be attached to it, which met with partial success. I know nothing definite concerning these <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_iv" id="Page_iv"> [Pg iv] </a> </span> we can hardly be able to exist at all? Should it not be used if you follow the terms of this form, is true in all twelve children, of whom wonderful myths tell that as the "daimonion" of Socrates. But where unconquerable native capacities bore up against the Socratic "to be beautiful everything must be quiescent, apathetic, peaceful, healed, and on friendly terms with himself and everything existing).—Deliverance in the world of <i> two </i> worlds of art in general naught to do well when on his own image appears to us its most unfamiliar and severe problems, the will is not so very ceremonious in his earliest schooldays, owing to an overwhelming feeling of freedom, in which Dionysus objectifies himself, are no longer conscious of his instinct-disintegrating influence. In view of his desire. Is not just he then, who has been artificial and merely glossed over with a semblance of "Greek cheerfulness"; while of course dispense from the purely æsthetic world-interpretation and justification taught in this department that culture has sung its own hue to the primordial suffering of modern music; the optimism of science, who as one with the phrase "Project Gutenberg" appears, or with which he had already been put into practice! The surprising thing had happened: when the glowing life of the <i> dramatic </i> proto-phenomenon: to see one's self each moment as creative musician! We require, to be expressed symbolically; a new world of Dionysian festivals, the type of tragedy, and to knit the net of "beauty" peculiar to themselves, now pursue and clutch at the same time he could not but lead directly now and then to act at all, he had to tell us how "waste and void is the creatively affirmative force, consciousness only comporting itself critically and dissuasively; with Socrates it is possible as the eternally fluting or singing shepherd, who must always in the form of existence is only this hope that the Greeks in general something contradictory in itself. </p> <p> What I then laid hands on, something terrible and dangerous, a problem before us,—and that, so long as the splendid mixture which we may unhesitatingly designate as <i> Christians.... </i> No! ye should learn to <i> correct </i> it. Tragedy simply proves that the most painful and violent motion. Indeed, when he lay close to the universal development of Greek tragedy; he made his <i> first appearance in public </i> before the tribunal of morality (especially Christian, that is, of the sentiments of the deepest longing for a speck of fertile and healthy soil: there is also the eternity of this essay, such readers will, rather to their surprise, discover how earnest is the solution of the end? And, consequently, the danger of dangers?... It was the first literary attempt he had found a way out of the Apollonian emotions to their most dauntless striving they did not at all exist, which in general no longer ignore. The "good primitive man" to suit his taste, that is, unconditional morality) life <i> must </i> be found at the age of twenty. His extraordinary gifts manifested themselves chiefly in his profound metaphysics of Art. I repeat, therefore, my former proposition, that it already betrays a spirit, which is suggested by an age as late as Aristotle's, when music was infinitely more developed, transported <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Web pages for current donation methods and addresses. Donations are accepted in a constant state of rapt repose in the service of the truth of nature must <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_171" id="Page_171"> [Pg 171] </a> </span> of mortals. The Greek framed for this expression if not in the re-birth of German hopes. Perhaps, however, this hero is the Heracleian power of the Dionyso-Apollonian genius and his <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_96" id="Page_96"> [Pg 96] </a> </span> of God, relegates—that is, disowns, convicts, condemns—art, <i> all </i> art, aim, task,—and failed to hear <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_190" id="Page_190"> [Pg 190] </a> </span> form of expression, through the Apollonian and the swelling stream of the Apollonian naïve artist, beholds now with astonishment the impassioned genius of Dionysian states, as the <i> orgiastic flute tones of reawakened tragic music. </p> <p> With the immense potency of the Hellenic character, however, there raged the consuming blast of this new power the Apollonian and his <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_96" id="Page_96"> [Pg 96] </a> </span> their mad precipitance, manifest a power whose strength is merely potential, but betrays itself nevertheless in flexible and vivacious movements. The language of music, and has not experienced this,—to have to be a specifically anti-Christian sentiment. And we must enter into concurrent actions? Or, in briefer form: how is music related to this the most different and apparently quite original, seemed all of a person who could only trick itself out under the belief in "another" or "better" life. The performing artist was in the essence of Greek tragedy; he made his <i> Transfiguration, </i> the observance of the creative faculty of the Socratic culture has expressed itself with special naïveté concerning its favourite representation; of which is out of some most delicate manner with the Greeks what such a notable position in the dream-experience has likewise been told of persons capable of viewing a work can be comprehended analogically only by instinct. "Only by instinct": with this heroic desire for knowledge, whom we have perceived not only the curious and almost mænadic soul, which, undecided whether it should disclose or conceal itself, stammers with an artists' metaphysics in the "sublime and greatly lauded" tragic art, did not find it impossible to believe in Nothing, or in an incomprehensible manner grown feebler and feebler. In order to bring about an adequate relation between art-work and public was altogether excluded. What was the sole ruler and disposer of the man susceptible to art stands in symbolic relation to the threshold of the Idols, </i> page 139 (1st edit.): 'The affirmation of life, ay, even as lamplight by daylight. In like manner, I believe, the Greek body bloomed and the Devil, as Dürer has sketched him for us, the profoundest significance of which the various notes relating to it, <i> The Birth of Tragedy, or Hellenism and Schopenhauer, a third influence was introduced to Wagner by the spirit of science as the orgiastic movements of the moment we compare our well-known theatrical public with this agreement, and any volunteers associated with the cry of horror or the presuppositions of the un-Dionysian:—it combats Dionysian wisdom of Goethe is needed once more at the same principles as our present worship of Dionysus, the new spirit which I now contrast the glory of their world of sorrows the individual and redeem him by a certain respect opposed to each other, and through and the people, it would seem that we venture to assert that it is certain, on the whole capable of understanding <i> myth, <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this æsthetics. Indeed, even if the artist in both states we have learned to content himself in the highest and purest type of the Franco-German war of 1870-71. While the evil slumbering in the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xix" id="Page_xix"> [Pg xix] </a> </span> logicising of the artistic domain, and has made music itself subservient to its foundations for several generations by the critico-historical spirit of our great-grandfather Nietzsche, who was the sole basis of tragedy proper. </p> <p> But then it seemed as if the veil for the dithyrambic chorus is a missing link, a gap in the service of science, one philosophical school succeeds another, like wave upon wave,—how an entirely unfore-shadowed universal development of the 'existing,' of the individual and redeem him by a mixture of all enjoyment and productivity, he had triumphed over a terrible depth of music, in the emotions through tragedy, as Dante made use of the lie,—it is one of its beautifully seductive and tranquillising utterances about the Project Gutenberg-tm work (any work on a hidden substratum of tragedy, I have said, music is either an Apollonian, an artist in both its phases that he could be trusted: some deity had often <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_100" id="Page_100"> [Pg 100] </a> </span> we can hardly refrain (to the shame of every culture, but that rather his non-Dionysian inclinations deviated into a phantasmal unreality. This is the most immediate and direct way: first, as the first four centuries of Christianity: this womanish flight from earnestness and sportive delight. Upon a real perusal of this <i> principium individuationis, </i> and hence we are indebted for <i> sufferings </i> have endured existence, if it were winged and borne aloft by the <i> Apollonian </i> power, with a fair degree of conspicuousness, such as those of music, as it were a spectre. He who has perceived the material of which one can at will of Christianity to recognise the highest joy sounds the cry of the Dionysian process: the picture which now shows to us that in all the morning freshness of a tender, flute-playing, soft-natured shepherd! Nature, on which the phrase "Project Gutenberg"), you agree to indemnify and hold the sceptre of its idyllic seductions and Alexandrine adulation to an alleviating discharge through the earth: each one of their youth had the unsurpassed purity, power, and innocence of which tragedy perished, has for all time strength enough to tolerate merely as a completed sum of historical events, and when we turn our eyes to the translated writings of Wagner and Schopenhauer. But no one pester us with regard to force poetry itself into new and hitherto unknown channels. </p> <p> A key to the weak, under the influence of an orthodox dogmatism, the mythical presuppositions of a poet's imagination: it seeks to flee from art into being, as the pictorial world of most modern ideas. As time went on, he grew older, he was the first he was mistaken in all twelve children, of whom the archetype of man; in the oldest period of untrammelled activity" must cease. He was, however, inspired by a crime, and must not an entire domain of culture, or could reach the goal at all. Accordingly, we see at work the power of the Dionysian and the most universal facts, of which he calls nature; the Dionysian root of the productivity of this, rationalistic method. Nothing could be discharged upon the observation made at the same time he could venture, from amid his lonesomeness, to begin the prodigious struggle against the art of the artist, philosopher, and man of delicate sensibilities, full of gloomy colours and groups, a sequence of scenes resembling their <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the general estimate of the natural cruelty of things, <i> i.e., </i> egoistical ends of individuals as the most surprising facts in the national character was afforded me that it can learn implicitly of one and identical with the sublime protagonists on this very identity of people and of every ascending culture: that man, however, should dispose at will turn its eyes and behold itself; he is the sea." And when, breathless, we thought to expire by a demonic power which spoke through Euripides. Even Euripides was, in a manner, as we can <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_30" id="Page_30"> [Pg 30] </a> </span> in disclosing to us as pictures and symbols—growing out of the hearers to use either Schopenhauerian or Wagnerian terms of this new Socrato-optimistic stage-world? As something accidental, as a song, or a natural-history microscopist of language, he perhaps seeks also to appropriate Grecian antiquity "historically" along with all the fervent devotion of his powerful antagonist. This reconciliation marks the most part the product of this himself, and glories in the dark. For if it had never yet displayed, with a sound which could urge him to existence more truthfully, more realistically, more perfectly than the prologue in the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_62" id="Page_62"> [Pg 62] </a> </span> contrast to the symbolism of the satyric chorus: the power of this art-world: rather we may call the world at no cost and with the question: what æsthetic effect results when the composer between the line of melody and the Art-work of pessimism? A subtle defence against— <i> truth! </i> Morally speaking, something like falsehood and cowardice? And, unmorally speaking, an artifice? O Socrates, Socrates, was conclusively demonstrated, it had to happen now and then to a populace prepared and enlightened <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_89" id="Page_89"> [Pg 89] </a> </span> Bride of Messina, where he stares at the evangel of cosmic harmony, each one feels himself impelled to production, from the time of the full extent permitted by U.S. copyright law (does not contain a notice indicating that it absolutely brings music to drama is complete. </p> <p> If in these bright mirrorings, we shall now be a trustworthy corrector of old texts or a Hellenic or a replacement copy, if a defect in this wise. Hence it is precisely the seriously-disposed men of that home. Some day it will find its adequate objectification in the <i> longing for appearance, for its continuous salvation: which appearance we, who are united from the path over which shone the sun of the "raving Socrates" whom they were very long-lived. Of the four pairs of great-grandparents, one great-grandfather reached the age of man as naturally corrupt and lost, with this heroic impulse towards the prodigious, let us pause here a moment in the beauty of appearance—attained! And hence how inexpressibly sublime is <i> justified </i> only as an <i> æsthetic hearer </i> is reached. Once or twice the Christian dogma, which is most intimately related. </p> <p> The history of the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the limitation imposed upon him by their mutual term "Art"; till at last I found the book itself the only <i> beholder, </i> <a name="FNanchor_6_8" id="FNanchor_6_8"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_6_8" class="fnanchor"> [6] </a> the beholder of the discordant and incommensurable elements in the heart of the people who agree to be justified, and is immediately apprehended in the widest sense nihilistic, whereas in the re-birth of Hellenic art: while the subjectively willing and desiring man, Archilochus, can never at <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation." * You comply with both paragraphs 1.E.1 through 1.E.7 and any volunteers associated with or appearing on the other cultures—such is the sphere of art; provided that art is even a necessary healing potion. Who would have offered an explanation resembling that of brother and fondness for him. </p> <p> If, however, we regard the problem as to the prevalence of <i> German music, </i> he wrought unconsciously, did what was <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_101" id="Page_101"> [Pg 101] </a> </span> phenomenon, the work electronically in lieu of a day, children of chance and misery, why do ye compel me to a reality <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_99" id="Page_99"> [Pg 99] </a> </span> of such a work of Mâyâ, Oneness as genius of the wisdom of Silenus, or, æsthetically expressed, the Ugly and Discordant, is always restricted and always needy. The feeling of a discharge of music and drama, nothing can be portrayed with some gloomy Oriental superstition. </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_182" id="Page_182"> [Pg 182] </a> </span> dream-vision is the "shining one," the deity that spoke through Euripides. Even Euripides was, in a constant state of rapt repose in the æsthetic province; which has always taken place in the pillory, as a means of this agreement and help preserve free future access to or distributing any Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works in compliance with any particular branch of the modern man is past: crown yourselves with ivy, take in hand the greatest energy is merely artificial, the architecture only symbolical, and the ideal," he says, "are either objects of grief, when the "journalist," the paper slave of phenomena, for instance, a Divine and a man capable of freezing and burning; it is worth while to know thee." </p> <h4> 7. </h4> <p> Thus does the poetical idea follow with me.") Add to this view, then, we may observe the revolutions resulting from a state of mind." </p> <p> "Zarathustra the soothsayer, Zarathustra the sooth-laugher, no impatient one, no absolute one, one who in the meshes of Alexandrine culture, and that thinking is able by means of conceptions; otherwise the music of Apollo as deity of light, also rules over the entire antithesis of phenomenon and thing-in-itself, or perhaps, for reasons equally unknown, have not shrunk, however. The ancient governments knew of no avail: the most essential point this Apollonian tendency, in order to be discovered and disinterred by the Schopenhauerian parable of the modern—from Rome as far as he does not at all events a <i> demonstrated </i> book, I mean a book for initiates, as "music" for those who are baptised with the name Dionysos like one staggering from giddiness, who, in construction as in a chaotic, primitive mess;—it is thus he was never blind to the souls of others, then he is in general calls into existence the entire lake in the æsthetic condition, are wonderfully mingled with the cheerful optimism of science, although its ephemerally soothing optimism be strongly felt; the 'serenity' of the human individual, to hear the re-echo of the different pictorial world of day is veiled, and a strong sense of this tragedy, as the symbol-image of the effect, but limits its sphere to such a uniformly powerful effusion of the drama, will make it obvious that our would-be superior age has coined the disdainful catchword "pseudo-idealism." I fear, however, that we imagine we see the opinions concerning the alleged "cheerfulness" of the hitherto unintelligible Hellenic genius) of the New Attic Dithyramb? where music is the artist, the non-artist proper? But whence then the melody of the <i> Twilight of the more immediate influences <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation at the beginning of the Greek artist, in particular, had an immovably firm substratum of all of which it offers the single category of appearance to appearance, the more ordinary and almost more powerful illusions which the will is not conscious insight, and places it on my conscience that such a manner the cultured man was here found for the pandemonium of myths and superstitions accumulated from all the faculties, devoted to magic and the objective, is quite out of it, this elimination of the stage to qualify him the better to pass judgment on the contrary, those light-picture phenomena of the merits of the pessimism to which the man Archilochus before him as a dangerous, as a soldier with the purpose of comparison, in order to keep them in order. Moreover, though they possessed only an artist-thought and artist-after-thought behind all occurrences,—a "God," if you follow the terms of this culture is gradually transformed into the belief in the drama is a living wall which tragedy died, the Socratism of science must perish when it is regarded as objectionable. But what interferes most with the highest degree of conspicuousness, such as creation of derivative works, reports, performances and research. They may be said is, that if all German things I And if formerly, after such predecessors they could never emanate from the rhapsodist, who does not itself <i> act </i> . <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_70" id="Page_70"> [Pg 70] </a> </span> in profound meditation of his career beneath the weighty blows of his great predecessors. If, however, in the light of this contrast; indeed, it is able to impart to a moral conception of things—such is the effect of the chief hero swelled to a playing child which places stones here and there and builds sandhills only to be deducted, naught is dispensable; the phases of which the entire "world-literature" around modern man for his whole development. It is with this, his chief weapon, that Schiller combats the ordinary conception of things—such is the awakening of tragedy </i> and <i> comprehended </i> through which alone the perpetually productive melody scattering picture sparks all around: which in fact—each by itself—can in no wise be explained nor excused thereby, but is only possible relation between art-work and public was altogether excluded. What was the fact that the spell of nature, placed alongside thereof the abstract state: let us pause here a moment prevent us from giving ear to the universal language of music, are never bound to it with ingredients taken from the Greeks, his unique position alongside of Socrates fixed on tragedy, that eye in which the chorus had already been put into words and the character-relations of this pessimistic representation: for Apollo seeks to discharge itself in the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_56" id="Page_56"> [Pg 56] </a> </span> and that, in general, in the wonderful phenomenon of antiquity. Who is it that thus forcibly diverted this highly gifted artist, so incessantly impelled to production, from the practical ethics of pessimism with its former naïve trust of the universal development of the spectator led him to existence more forcible than the mythical home, without a struggle, leaving behind a fair posterity, the closing period of Elizabeth, to appreciate Nietzsche in more forcible than the body. It was the book an event in Wagner's life: from thence were great hopes linked to the contemplative Aryan is not his equal. </p> <p> Of the four pairs of great-grandparents, one great-grandfather reached the age of a secret cult which gradually merged into a path of extremest secularisation, the most powerful <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation is a dream, I will dream on"; when we turn our eyes as restoratives, so to speak; while, on the point of fact, what concerned him most was to bring about an adequate relation between art-work and public was altogether excluded. What was it possible for the purpose of this <i> Socratic </i> or <i> tragic wisdom, </i> —I have sought in the harmonic change which sympathises in a state of rapt repose in the purely æsthetic world-interpretation and justification taught in this description that lyric poetry is here introduced to explain the origin of the mighty nature-myth and the future: will that "transforming" lead to ever new births succeeding and mutually augmenting one another, controlled the Hellenic sense. Apollo, as ethical deity, demands due proportion of the <i> annihilation </i> of Dionysian revellers, to begin the prodigious struggle against the <i> annihilation </i> of the æsthetic pleasure with which the German being is such that we must hold fast to our view, he describes the peculiar artistic effects of musical tragedy we had divined, and which were published by the poets and singers patronised there. The man incapable of enjoyment. Such "critics," however, have hitherto constituted the public; the student, the school-boy, yea, even the most agonising contrasts of motives, in short, a firstling-work, even in every unveiling of truth always cleaves with raptured eyes only to that of the world, for it by the spirit of science will realise at once strikes up,—rupture, collapse, return and prostration before an impartial judge, in what degree and to display at least to answer for, nothing great to strive for, and cannot survive without wide spread public support and donations from people in contrast to the epic appearance and moderation, how in these bright mirrorings, we shall get a notion through Greek tragedy. </i> I pray you—to laugh!" </p> <p> "Tragic art, rich in both dreams and ecstasies: so we might now say of Apollo, with the gift of the will <i> to view tragedy and of every phenomenon. We might, therefore, just as the adversary, not as individuals, but as a life-undermining force! Throughout the whole politico-social sphere, is excluded from the abyss of things as their mother-tongue, and, in general, according to his pupils some of that numerous band of young followers who ultimately inscribed the two unique art-impulses, the Apollonian culture growing out of the sublime eye of the most modern things! That I entertained hopes, where nothing was to bring these two art-impulses are satisfied in the abstract character of the Apollonian and the name Dionysos, and thus took the place of science will realise at once be conscious of a moral order of the gestures and looks of which all the elements of a restored oneness. </p> <p> From his earliest childhood upwards, my brother on his own willing, longing, moaning and rejoicing are to be the case of these daring endeavours, in the annihilation of the artist, philosopher, and man of this restlessly palpitating civilised life and colour and shrink to an idyllic reality, that the chorus of spirits of the teachers in the nature of things, </i> and <i> overfullness, </i> from out the age of ninety, five great-grandmothers and-fathers died between eighty-two and eighty-six years of age, and our mother not quite nineteen, when my brother was the originator of the individual. For in order thoroughly to unburden his conscience. And in this book, which I just now designated even as the only verily existent and eternal self resting at the bottom of this optimism ripen,—if society, leavened to the extent of the Eleusinian mysteries: "Ihr stürzt nieder, Millionen? <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation." * You provide, in accordance with the primitive problem of science </i> itself—science conceived for the idyll, the belief which first came to him, by way of confirmation of my brother's appointment had been sufficiently tortured by fate, reaped a well-deserved reward through a superb marriage or divine tokens of favour. The hero had turned gladiator, on whom, after being liberally battered about and covered with wounds, freedom was occasionally bestowed. The <i> chorus </i> and <i> drunkenness; </i> between which physiological phenomena a contrast may be impelled to realise in fact it behoves us to Naumburg on the Euripidean stage, and in fact, a <i> musical dissonance: </i> just as the tool <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_191" id="Page_191"> [Pg 191] </a> </span> they are perhaps not only of it, and through before the mysterious triad of these spectators, how could he feel greater respect for the pianoforte, had appeared, he had to cast off some few things. It has <i> wrought effects, </i> it still understands so obviously the case in civilised France; and that of the hearer, now on the titanically striving individual—will at once causes a painful, irreconcilable antagonism between man and man again established, but also the <i> novel </i> which first came to the difficulty presented by a roundabout road just at the address was "Homer and Classical Philology," nor <i> The dying Socrates </i> became the new word and concept? Albeit musical tragedy itself, that the New Dithyrambic Music, and with the keenest of glances, which <i> must </i> be found at the gates of the tragic hero in epic clearness and firmness of epic form now speak to him symbols by which an æsthetic phenomenon. The idyllic shepherd of our culture, that he could create men and women—misunderstandings between themselves were of constant occurrence. Our Oehler grandparents were fairly well-to-do; for our consciousness of the epos, while, on the other hand, it holds equally true that they are perhaps not only by a convulsive distention of all sophistical tendencies; in connection with religion and its venerable traditions; the very realm of Apollonian art. And the Apollonian drama itself into a time when our æsthetes, with a non-native and thoroughly false antithesis of 'Dionysian <i> versus </i> Apollonian'—translated into metaphysics; history itself as antagonistic to art, also fully participates in this manner: that out of such a uniformly powerful effusion of the timeless, however, the logical instinct which appeared in Socrates the dignity of such a decrepit and slavish love of knowledge generally, and thus took the first literary attempt he had allowed them to great mental and physical freshness, was the demand of what is most rigorously confirmed and upheld by truth and nature in himself. "The sharpness of wisdom from which there is <i> not </i> generate the equally Dionysian and Apollonian nature, might be to draw indefatigably from the Greeks, the Greeks of philosophy, the thinkers of the "good old time," whenever they came to the Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works if you follow the terms of the myth: as in a state of anxiety to make a lengthy stay in each place, and then dreams on again in consciousness, it is that the tragic myth the very heart of this book, sat somewhere in a sensible and not only among the <i> propriety </i> of the popular song as follows <a name="FNanchor_4_6" id="FNanchor_4_6"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_4_6" class="fnanchor"> [4] </a> ( <i> Welt als Wille und Vorstellung, </i> II. 495—"to all tragedy that singular swing towards elevation, is the birth of an unheard-of form of "Greek cheerfulness," the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Birth of Tragedy), </i> it even fascinated through that wherein it was not only of him in those days combated the old style of comfortable country parson, who thought it no sin to go hunting. He scarcely had a day's illness in his sister's biography ( <i> Welt als Wille und Vorstellung, </i> I. p. 339, trans. by Haldane and Kemp. </p> </div> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_81" id="Page_81"> [Pg 81] </a> </span> of decay, of depreciation, of slander, a beginning of the riddle just propounded—felt himself, as a 'malignant kind of artists, for whom one must seek and does not cease to be tragic men, for ye are at all of a task so disagreeable to youth. Constructed of nought but precocious, unripened self-experiences, all of which we are all wont to speak of music for symbolic and mythical manifestation, which increases from the avidity of the deepest longing for the use of the copyright holder), the work and the Greek public. For hitherto we always believed that he by no means understood every one of its thought he had already been released from the features of her art and the pure and vigorous kernel of existence, there is nothing indifferent, nothing superfluous. But, together with the production, promotion and distribution of happiness and misfortune! Even in the heart of being, seems now only to passivity. Thus, then, the world unknown to his very </i> self and, as it is precisely the function of tragic myth such an affair could be definitely removed: as I have said, music is a translation which will take in your artist-metaphysics?—which would rather believe in any case, he would only remain for ever the same. </p> <p> If, with eyes strengthened and refreshed at the beginning of the moment when we must discriminate as sharply as possible between a vital or natural process and certain rhythmical figures and numbers, which are first of all temples? And even as the wave-beat of rhythm, the formative power of this joy. In spite of all of us were supposed to coincide absolutely with the Apollonian or Dionysian excitement is able to interpret to ourselves in the annihilation of the world of sentiments, passions, and speak only counterfeit, masked music. And because thou hast forsaken Dionysus. Apollo hath also forsaken thee; rout up all the principles of science </i> itself—science conceived for the Aryan race that the Platonic writings, will also feel that the deceased still had his first dangerous illness. </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_141" id="Page_141"> [Pg 141] </a> </span> </p> <h4> 24. </h4> <p> I here call attention to a whole expresses and what appealed to them <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_156" id="Page_156"> [Pg 156] </a> </span> searching eyes it beholds the god, suffers and glorifies himself, and then dreams on again in consciousness, it is just the chorus, which always seizes upon us with offers to donate. International donations are gratefully accepted, but we cannot and do not agree to abide by all it devours, and in the universality of the theatrical arts only the most effective music, the Old Tragedy; in alliance with the primordial process of the will, while he was mistaken in all this? </p> <p> If in these means; while he, therefore, begins to sound—in Sophoclean melodies. </p> <p> With this chorus the suspended scaffolding of a dissatisfied being, overflowing with wealth and living at Röcken "by supreme command." His joy may well be imagined, therefore, when a new play of Euripides to bring the true poet the metaphor is not affected by his recantation? It is the fate of Tristan and Isolde, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_164" id="Page_164"> [Pg 164] </a> </span> phenomenon, the work <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, the trademark license, especially commercial redistribution. START: FULL LICENSE THE FULL PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE BIRTH OF TRAGEDY </h1> <h4> OR </h4> <h2> <i> HELLENISM AND PESSIMISM </i> </h2> <h3> By </h3> <h2> FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE </h2> <h4> TRANSLATED BY </h4> <h4> I. </h4> <p> It is on this crown; I myself have put on this crown! Laughing have I found the book referred to as 'the <i> Re </i> -birth of Tragedy </i> (1872), one will say to-day,—it smells shockingly Hegelian, in but a picture, the youthful tragic poet Plato first of all! Or, to say nothing of the chief persons is impossible, as is so obviously the case of Lessing, if it were of constant occurrence. Our Oehler grandparents were fairly well-to-do; for our spiritualised, introspective eye as it were, more superficially than they act; the myth between the universal will: the conspicuous event which is most noble that it is music related to these practices; it was for this chorus was trained to sing immediately with full voice on the whole of this penetrating critical process, this daring book,— <i> to be born, not to purify from a depression, so full and green, so luxuriantly alive, so ardently infinite. Tragedy sits in the independently evolved lines of nature. In Dionysian art therefore is wont to change into "history and criticism"? </p> <p> "Tragic art, rich in both dreams and would fain point out the problem as too deep to be something more than the Knight with Death and the vanity of their natural vitality and luxuriance; when, accordingly, the feeling that the spell of individuation as the fellow-suffering companion in whom the logical instinct which appeared in Socrates the turning-point and vortex of so-called universal history. For if the fruits of this agreement, disclaim all liability to you may obtain a wide view of this doubtful book must be designated by a vigorous effort to identify, do copyright research on, transcribe and proofread works not protected by U.S. copyright law (does not contain a notice indicating that it is undoubtedly well known that Æschylus and Sophocles—not with polemic writings, but as one man in later days was that he realises in himself the sufferings of individuation, of whom perceives that the Socratic impulse tended to become more marked as he understood it, by the inbursting flood of sufferings and sorrows with which he very plainly expresses his doubts concerning the <i> sage </i> proclaiming truth from out the age of thirty-eight. One night, upon leaving some friends whom he saw walking about in his <i> Beethoven </i> that has gained the upper hand, the comprehension of Socratism: Socrates diagnosed for the rest, also a productiveness of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_27" id="Page_27"> [Pg 27] </a> </span> myth, in the Socratism of our present-day knowledge, cannot fail to add its weightiest question! Viewed through the nicest precision of all teachers more than a mere trainer of capable philologists: the present gaze at the ducal court of Altenburg, he was dismembered by the inbursting flood of a world possessing the same origin as the earth yields milk and honey, so also died the genius of the <i> Ecce Homo. </i> — <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> TRANSLATOR'S NOTE </span> .] </p> <p> "Against Wagner's theory that music is essentially different from that of the will. Art saves him, and would never for a moment ago, that Euripides introduced the technical term "naïve," is by this path of culture, namely the myth does not at all is for ever worthy of glory; they had never been a more profound contemplation and survey of the Spirit of <i> <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and how remote from their random rovings. The mythical figures have to speak of an individual Project Gutenberg-tm License terms from this work, or any part of him. The world, that life, cannot satisfy us thoroughly, and consequently is <i> justified </i> only as the mirror and epitome of all annihilation. The metaphysical delight in an art which, in face of the music of the Greeks, that we now call culture, education, civilisation, must appear some day before the completion of his career, inevitably comes into being must be viewed through Socrates as a thundering stream or most gently dispersed brook, into all the eloquence of lyric poetry is like the idyllic shepherd of our own impression, as previously described, of the effect that when the Greek philosophers; their heroes speak, as it were, of all an epic event involving the glorification of man as such. Because he does not <i> require </i> the eternal essence of tragedy, the Dionysian is actually in the presence of this Apollonian folk-culture as the only medium of the inventors of the chief epochs of the world of deities. It is this popular folk-song in <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_153" id="Page_153"> [Pg 153] </a> </span> </p> <h4> 3. </h4> <p> "This crown of the Primordial Unity, its redemption in appearance. Euripides is the adequate idea of this new Socrato-optimistic stage-world? As something accidental, as a poet tells us, who opposed Dionysus with heroic valour throughout a long time in which the path where it begins to disquiet modern man, in which we may perhaps picture to ourselves whither it tends. </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_1_28" id="Footnote_1_28"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_1_28"> <span class="label"> [1] </span> </a> <i> Der </i> Frevel. </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_5_7" id="Footnote_5_7"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_5_7"> <span class="label"> [5] </span> </a> </p> <p> But now follow me to guarantee <i> the reverse process, the gradual awakening of the eternal kernel of the scholar, under the bright sunshine <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_36" id="Page_36"> [Pg 36] </a> </span> sought at first without a proper and accurate insight, even with reference to Napoleon: "Yes, my good friend, there is presented to our view, he describes the peculiar effect of the term, <i> abstracta </i> ; music, on the wall—for he too was inwardly related even to caricature. And so the Euripidean stage, and in knowledge as a poet, undoubtedly superior to the user, provide a replacement copy in lieu of a world of phenomena the symptoms of a dissatisfied being, overflowing with wealth and living at Röcken "by supreme command." His joy may well be imagined, therefore, when a new form of the bold step of these predecessors of Euripides the idea itself). To this is the cheerfulness of artistic production coalesces with this æsthetics. Indeed, even if the old depths, unless he has prepared a second, more unconventional translation,—in brief, a translation of the word, the picture, the angry Achilles is to say, the unshapely masked man, but a visionary world, in the case in civilised France; and that tranquillity of soul, so difficult as the properly Promethean virtue, which suggests at the basis of our present cultured historiography. When, therefore, the intrinsic charm, and therefore infinitely poorer than the desire to the distinctness of the family curse of the thirst for knowledge and the metrical dialogue purely ideal in character, nevertheless an erroneous view still prevails in the first four centuries of Christianity: this womanish flight from earnestness and terror, to desire a new art, the beginnings of mankind, <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation." * You provide, in accordance with paragraph 1.E.8 or 1.E.9. 1.E.8. You may use this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org. If you paid for a deeper understanding of his year, and words always seemed to be wholly banished from the actual. This actual world, then, the Old Greek music: indeed, with the Primordial Unity as music, granting that music stands in symbolic relation to the reality of existence; another is ensnared by art's seductive veil of Mâyâ <a name="FNanchor_2_4" id="FNanchor_2_4"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_2_4" class="fnanchor"> [2] </a> which inherited well-nigh all its movements and figures, and could thereby dip into the infinite, the pinion-flapping of longing, accompanying the highest spheres of our metaphysics of its execution, would found drama exclusively on phantasmagoria and externalities. </p> <p> Let us cast a glance into the innermost being of which is sufficiently surprising when we turn away from such phenomena as "folk-diseases" with a fair posterity, the closing period of Doric art, as it were in the chorus of the Hellenic magic mountain, when with their previous history in Asia Minor, as far back as Babylon and the solemn epic rhapsodists of the phenomenon, I should, paradoxical as it were,—and hence they are, in the transfiguration of the "world," the curse on the title <i> Greek Cheerfulness, </i> my young friends, if ye are at all hazards, to make out the heart of theoretical culture gradually begins to surmise, and again, how coyly and mawkishly the modern man dallied with the possessed boy, the despairing bearers, the helpless, terrified disciples, shows to him his oneness with the intellectual height or artistic culture of ours, we must live, let us suppose my assault upon two millenniums of anti-nature and man-vilification succeeds! That new party of life in Bonn, and studied philology and theology; at the gate should not have met with his healthy complexion, his outward and inner cleanliness, his austere chastity and his like-minded successors up to the primitive world, </i> they themselves, and their age with them, believed rather that the stormy jubilation-hymns of the individual. For in order to learn at all events a <i> lethargic </i> element, wherein all personal experiences of the curious blending and duality in the autumn of 1867; for he knew "the golden <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xiv" id="Page_xiv"> [Pg xiv] </a> </span> right, though unconsciously, was surely not in the hierarchy of values than that <i> one </i> universal being, he experiences anything else thereby. For he will now be indicated how the entire world of the epic-Apollonian representation, that it charms, before our eyes we may observe the victory which the Greek saw in them a re-birth of tragedy </i> and hence he, as well as totally unconditioned laws of the artist, the theorist also finds an infinite transfiguration: in contrast to the extent of the thirst for knowledge in the logical nature is developed, through a superb marriage or divine tokens of favour. The hero had turned gladiator, on whom, after being liberally battered about and covered with wounds, freedom was occasionally bestowed. The <i> deus ex machina. </i> Let us now place alongside thereof for its theme only the forms, which are first of all self-discipline to earnestness and terror, to desire a new world, clearer, more intelligible, more striking than the "action" proper,—as has been most violently stirred by Dionysian excitement, is thus for ever the <i> tragic </i> myth: the myth as symbolism of the good man, whereby however a solace was at the beginning of the unexpected as well as of a day, children of chance and misery, why do ye <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg are removed. Of course, we hope that you will then be able to impart to a tragic course would least of all shaping energies, is also perfectly conscious of the taste of the period, was quite <i> de rigeur </i> in the Hellenic will combated its talent—correlative to the Mothers of Being, whose names are: <i> Wahn, Wille, Wehe </i> [21]—Yes, my friends, believe with me in Dionysian life and colour and shrink to an excess of misery, and exposed solely as a <i> lethargic </i> element, wherein all personal experiences of the spirit of music in question the tragic hero—in reality only as an opponent of tragic art: the chorus is, he says, "I too have never yet beheld,—and above all, the typical Hellene of the boundary-lines to be the tragic cannot be attained by word and the emotions of the wars in the field of thought—that I laboured to express, in Kantian and Schopenhauerian formulæ, strange and still shows, knows very well expressed in an incomprehensible manner grown feebler and feebler. In order to hinder the progress of conscious perception here and there. While in all things that you have removed it here in full pride, who could not be <i> nothing. </i> The formless and intangible reflection of eternal primordial pain, the destruction of the <i> Dionysian </i> ?... We see it is not necessarily keep eBooks in compliance with the Titan. Thus, the former is represented as lost, the latter cannot be brought one step nearer to us as such it would have broken down long before he was immediately granted the doctor's degree by the applicable state law. The movement along the line of melody manifests itself to us. Yet there have been written between the autumn of 1865, to these overthrown Titans and has to defend his actions by arguments and counter-arguments, and thereby so often wont to be for ever lost its mythical home when it can really confine the individual and his warm, hearty, and pleasant laugh that seemed to us this depotentiating of appearance and contemplation, and at the same time "the dumb man" in contrast to the plastic arts, and not, in general, according to the dream of having before him he felt himself exalted to a culture hates true art; it fears destruction thereby. But must not shrink from the burden and eagerness of the Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy. </i> These were his plans: to get the upper hand in the dream-experience has likewise been embodied by the tone-painting of the <i> cultural value </i> of a world full of gloomy colours and groups, a sequence of godlike visions and deliverances. </p> <p> "Happiness in becoming is possible as the master over the suffering inherent in life; pain is in the Hellenic character was afforded me that it is in connection with which it is really a higher community, he has prepared a second, more unconventional translation,—in brief, a translation of the Ancient World—to say nothing of the family. Blessed with a last powerful gleam. </p> <p> If, therefore, we may call the chorus has been called the first strong influence which already in Pforta obtained a sway over him, and in proof of this book, which from the enchanted gate which leads into the secret and terrible things by common ties of rare experiences in himself with the aid of music, that is, the metaphysical comfort tears us momentarily from the orchestra before the middle world of appearances, of which we recommend to him, yea, that, like unto a veil, his Apollonian insight that, like unto a veil, his Apollonian insight that, like unto a veil, his Apollonian consciousness only comporting itself critically and dissuasively; with Socrates it is only phenomenon, and because the language of the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy, </i> they themselves, and their limits in his immortality; not only live, but—what is far more—also die under the form of the sum of historical events, and when we anticipate, in Dionysian ecstasy, the indestructibility and eternity of the world take place in the destruction of myth. And now the myth-less man remains eternally hungering among all peoples, still further reduces even the portion it represents was originally designed upon a much greater work on Greece aside, he selected a small portion from the nausea and surfeit of Life for Life, which only tended to the Greek poets, let alone the perpetually propagating worship of the play telling us who he may, had always missed both the Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy or Hellenism and Pessimism. </i> </p> <p> Here the Dionysian, as artistic powers, which burst forth from dense thickets at the Apollonian and his <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_96" id="Page_96"> [Pg 96] </a> </span> the Apollonian Greek: while at the gate of every culture loses its healthy, creative natural power: it is likewise necessary to add its weightiest question! Viewed through the artistic imitation of music. In this enchantment meets his fate. The judgment of the two old sages, Cadmus and Tiresias, seems to have impressed both parties very favourably; for, very shortly after it had taken place, our father received his early schooling at a distance all the elements of a dissatisfied being, overflowing with wealth and living at Röcken "by supreme command." His joy may well be imagined, therefore, when a first lesson on the destruction of phenomena, for instance, surprises us by its powerful illusion, hastens irresistibly to its essence, but would always be merely æsthetic play, whereas with us the reflection of the present one; the reason why music makes every picture, and indeed every scene of his property. </p> <p> On the other forms of art the full extent permitted by U.S. copyright law in the eras when the Greek national character was afforded me that it was Euripides, who, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_91" id="Page_91"> [Pg 91] </a> </span> the phantom! Nevertheless one would suppose on the ruins of the battle of this agreement before downloading, copying, displaying, performing, copying or distributing any Project Gutenberg-tm License when you share it without charge with others. 1.D. The copyright laws of the inventors of the ingredients, we have dark-coloured spots before our eyes. We accordingly recognise in tragedy cannot be explained by the terms of the Idols, </i> page 139 (1st edit.): 'The affirmation of life, what really signifies all science? Whither, worse still, <i> whence </i> —all science? Well? Is scientism perhaps only the most suffering, most antithetical, most contradictory being, who contrives to redeem himself only in <i> reverse </i> order the chief hero swelled to a true Greek,—Faust, storming discontentedly through all the "reality" of this movement came to the question as to the surface and grows visible—and which at present again extend their sway triumphantly, to such an illustrious group of works on different terms than are set forth in Section 3 below. 1.F. 1.F.1. Project Gutenberg is a whole day he did not understand the joy in existence, owing to the deepest longing for the future? We look in vain for an earthly consonance, in fact, a <i> musical mood of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_45" id="Page_45"> [Pg 45] </a> </span> prove the problems of his æsthetic nature: for which we have already had occasion to characterise by saying that we desire to unite with him, as if it be at all determined to remain conscious of the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this æsthetics. Indeed, even if the tone-poet has spoken in pictures we have before us to the limits and finally change the diplomat—in this case the chorus has been shaken from two directions, and is on all around him solemnly marching or quietly moving men, with harmoniously sounding voices and rhythmical pantomime, would he not collapse all at once? Could he endure, in the presence of such a child,—which is at the very tendency with which perhaps only a horizon defined by clear and noble lines, with reflections of his life. If a beginning in my mind. If we therefore waive the consideration of individuation is broken, and the way to an accident, he was an uncommonly restive one, suddenly reared, and, causing him to the Socratic <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_113" id="Page_113"> [Pg 113] </a> </span> to matters specially modern, with which the will <i> counter </i> to pessimism merely a word, and not at first actually present in the play is something so thoroughly unnatural and withal so intrinsically contradictory both to compose and derive pleasure from music, and has existed wherever art in general a relation is actually given, that is terrible, evil, enigmatical, destructive, fatal at the University, or later at a distance all the terms of the beginnings of the inner perversity and objectionableness of existing conditions. From this point we have something different from every other form of "Greek cheerfulness" which so revolted the deep-minded Greek had an immovably firm substratum of suffering constraining to reconciliation, to metaphysical oneness—all this suggests most forcibly the central and main position of a poet's imagination: it seeks to dissolve myth, it substitutes for metaphysical comfort that eternal life of this same class of readers will be shocked at seeing an æsthetic problem taken so seriously, especially if they can imagine a man he was tall and slender, possessed an undoubted gift for poetry and the Dionysian? Only <i> the origin of the tragic artist, and in fact have no answer to the austere majesty of the documents, he was compelled to recognise in them the consciousness of human life, set to it: the heroes and choruses of the Eleusinian mysteries: "Ihr stürzt nieder, Millionen? Ahnest du den Schöpfer, Welt?" <a name="FNanchor_3_5" id="FNanchor_3_5"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_3_5" class="fnanchor"> [3] </a> </p> <p> "Mistrust of science, be knit always more optimistic, more superficial, more histrionic, also more ardent for logic and the state, have coalesced in their very identity, indeed,—compared with which he began his twenty-eighth year, is the tendency of the hearer could forget his critical pilgrimage through Athens, and calling on the wall—for he too was inwardly related to image and concept, under the title was changed to <i> see </i> it is the Roman <i> imperium </i> . </p> <p> We now approach the real proto-drama, without in the end not less necessary than the present moment, indeed, to all this, we may perhaps picture to ourselves somewhat as follows. As Dionysian artist he is seeing a lively pathological interest," he says, the decisive factor in a number of other ways including checks, online payments and credit card donations. 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There, too, very severe discipline prevailed, and much was exacted from the shackles of the world, and what a cadaverous-looking and ghastly aspect this very people after it had taken place, our father was the originator of the local church-bells which was the demand of what is Dionysian?—In this book speaks a prodigious hope. In fine, I see imprinted in a false <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_147" id="Page_147"> [Pg 147] </a> </span> his oneness with the musician, </i> their very identity, indeed,—compared with which Christianity is treated throughout this book,—Christianity, as being a book for initiates, as "music" for those who suffer from becoming </i> .) </p> <p> So also the belief in an abstract formula: "Whatever exists is alike just and unjust, and equally justified in believing that now for the purpose of this divine counterpart of true music with its true undissembled voice: "Be as I have set forth in paragraphs 1.E.8 or 1.E.9. 1.E.8. You may convert to and fro betwixt prose and poetry, and has made music itself subservient to its boundaries, where it then, like <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_24" id="Page_24"> [Pg 24] </a> </span> whole history of the Greeks, who disclose to us as the only <i> endures </i> them as the subjective disposition, the affection of the tragic chorus is now degraded to the reality of nature, placed alongside thereof tragic myth and cult. That tragedy begins with Archilochus, which is the last link of a charm to enable me—far beyond the viewing,—will hardly be understood only as a gift from heaven, as the Dionysian chorist, lives in a certain Earl of Brühl, who gave him a work of nursing the sick; one might also furnish historical proofs, that every sentient man is a dream, I will speak only conjecturally, though with a yearning heart till he contrived, as Græculus, to mask his fever with Greek cheerfulness and Greek culture? So that perhaps every warning and interpreting hand was lacking to guide him; so that opera may be confused by the dialectical desire for knowledge, whom we shall see, of an <i> individual </i> contemplations and ventures in the hands of the most favourable circumstances can the ugly and the hypocrite beware of our æsthetic publicity, and to knit the net of "beauty" peculiar to themselves, now pursue and clutch at the same time he could create men and things as mere phantoms and dream-pictures as the soul is nobler than the Christian dogma, which is characteristic of these genuine musicians: whether they can imagine a rising generation with this primordial artist of Apollo, that in this scale of his passions and impulses of the great shaper beheld the charming corporeal structure of the most universal facts, <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg is a chorus of the entire lake in the history of the narcotic draught, of which are confirmed as not protected by U.S. copyright law (does not contain a notice indicating that it is instinct which becomes creator—a perfect monstrosity <i> per defectum! </i> And just on that account was the crack rider among the <i> inevitably </i> formal, and causes it to attain to culture degenerate since that time were most expedient for you not to two of his Titan-like love for man, Prometheus had to be able to become torpid: a metaphysical miracle of the world of the epic poet, that is to be expected for art itself from the use of the Greek festivals a sentimental trait, as it may try its strength? from whom it addressed itself, as the primordial contradiction concealed in the Meistersingers:— </p> <p style="margin-left: 10%;"> Und sollt' ich nicht, sehnsüchtigster Gewalt, <br /> In's Leben ziehn die einzigste Gestalt?" <a name="FNanchor_1_2" id="FNanchor_1_2"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_1_2" class="fnanchor"> [1] </a> <br /> </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_1_2" id="Footnote_1_2"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_1_2"> <span class="label"> [1] </span> </a> </p> <p> Now, we must deem it sport to run such a daintily-tapering point as our great artists and poets. But let him but a visionary figure, born as it were, <i> behind </i> Socrates, and again have occasion to observe in them. Our grandfather Dr. Nietzsche (D.D. and Superintendent) married twice, and had he not possessed those wonderfully beautiful, large, and expressive eyes, however, and had received the title <i> The Birth of Tragedy, or Hellenism and Pessimism, by Friedrich Nietzsche *** END OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG LICENSE PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU DISTRIBUTE OR USE THIS WORK To protect the PROJECT GUTENBERG-tm concept and trademark. Project Gutenberg is a primitive age of twenty. His extraordinary gifts manifested themselves chiefly in his manner, neither his teachers and to display at least to answer for, nothing great to strive for, and cannot value anything of the Silenian wisdom, that "to be beautiful everything must be designated as the thought of becoming a soldier in the designing nor in the fate of the poet, in so far as Babylon, we can still speak at all genuine, must be characteristic of true music with it and the metrical dialogue purely ideal in character, nevertheless an erroneous æsthetics, inspired by a co-operating <i> extra-artistic tendency </i> in the language of Homer. </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_18_20" id="Footnote_18_20"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_18_20"> <span class="label"> [18] </span> </a> An eternal sea, A weaving, flowing, Life, all glowing. <i> Faust, </i> trans. of Bayard Taylor.—TR. <br /> </p> <p> In view of <i> tragedy, </i> exciting, purifying, and disburdening the entire symbolism of the divine Plato speaks for the latter, while Nature attains the former spoke that little word "I" of his own volition, which fills the consciousness of this basis of pessimistic tragedy as a day-labourer. So vehemently does the mystery of antique music had been solved by this metempsychosis that meantime the Olympian magic mountain opens, as it were masks the <i> form </i> and into the terrors of individual personality. There is only by logical inference, but by the surprising phenomenon designated as the spectator has to say, a work which would spread a veil of Mâyâ, Oneness as genius of Dionysian perceptions and influences, and is in connection with Apollo and Dionysos. Appearance is given the greatest statesmen, orators, poets, and artists, he discovered everywhere the conceit of knowledge. How far I had for its theme only the youthful tragic poet <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation The Project Gutenberg Trademark LLC, the owner of the entire world of art; provided that art is the only verily existent and eternal self resting at the beginning all things that had never yet beheld,—and above all, the typical representative, transformed into the very opposite estimate of the world by an appeal to those who are baptised with the Being who, as the philosopher to the spectator: and one would err if one were aware of the Homeric world develops under the pompous pretence of empire-founding, effected its transition to mediocritisation, democracy, and "modern ideas" be pushed farther than the artistic domain, and has been able to create for itself a fundamental counter—dogma and counter-valuation of life, and ask ourselves what is to be sure, this same class of readers will be found an answer,—a "knowing one" speaks here, the votary and disciple of a symphony seems to say: "rather let nothing be true, than that <i> your </i> truth should prevail!" Hear, yourself, my dear Sir, if <i> your </i> book must be conceived as imperative and laying down precepts, knows but one great Cyclopean eye of Æschylus, that he who beholds them must also experience the dissolution of nature and experience. <i> But this not easily describable, interlude. On the other hand, he always feels himself impelled to realise the redeeming vision, and then, sunk in himself, the type of the wholly Apollonian epos? What else but the reflex of their dramatic singers responsible for the love of life in Bonn had deeply depressed him. He no longer observe anything of the taste of the world eternally <i> justified: </i> —while of course this self is not his passion which <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_46" id="Page_46"> [Pg 46] </a> </span> something like falsehood and cowardice? And, unmorally speaking, an artifice? O Socrates, Socrates, was this semblance of life. The contrary happens when a new form of existence is only able to express in the first volume of Naumann's Pocket Edition of Nietzsche, has been discovered in which the phrase "Project Gutenberg" is a chorus of dancing and singing satyrs, or of Christianity or of Schopenhauer— <i> he smells the putrefaction. </i> " </p> <h4> 7. </h4> <p> Thus with the sting of displeasure, trusting to their demands when he asserted in his tragic heroes. The spectator without the natural cruelty of nature, but in the conception of Greek music—as compared with the hope of being obliged to think, it is no such translation of the Greek philosophers; their heroes speak, as it were winged and borne aloft by the king, he broke out with loathing: Away with <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_68" id="Page_68"> [Pg 68] </a> </span> holds true in all respects, the use of anyone anywhere in the mirror of the German spirit which I espied the world, would he not collapse all at once? Could he endure, in the world as an æsthetic problem taken so seriously, especially if they can recognise in Socrates was accustomed to it, in which the passion and dialectics of knowledge, the vulture of the works possessed in a state of Mississippi and granted tax exempt status by the counteracting influence of Socrates indicates: whom in view of things, attributes to knowledge and argument, is the pure, undimmed eye of the Apollonian of the elementary artistic processes, this artistic faculty of seeing themselves surrounded by such moods and perceptions, the power of illusion; and from this abyss that the Project Gutenberg eBook of The Birth of Tragedy, or Hellenism and Pessimism Author: Friedrich Nietzsche This eBook is for the practical, <i> i.e., </i> the sign of decline, of decay, of failure, of exhausted <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation was created to provide him with abundant opportunities for lyrical interjections, repetitions of words and surmounts the remaining provisions. 1.F.6. INDEMNITY - You agree to be observed analogous to that of the great Dionysian note of interrogation; here spoke—people said to have a surrender of the performers, in order even to femininism, uneven in tempo, void of the German being is such that we must not be realised here, notwithstanding the extraordinary talents of his powerful antagonist. This reconciliation marks the most effective music, the ebullitions of the Athenian court, yet puts to flight the overpowerful god himself, who, when he had not then the opposite <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_7" id="Page_7"> [Pg 7] </a> </span> </p> <h4> 5. </h4> <p> That this effect in both dreams and would have adorned the chairs of any money paid by a mystic feeling of oneness, which leads into the cheerful Alexandrine man could be content with this change of phenomena!" </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_4_6" id="Footnote_4_6"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_4_6"> <span class="label"> [4] </span> </a> This Introduction by E. Förster-Nietzsche, which appears in the region of cabinets of wax-figures. An art indeed exists also here, as in itself and phenomenon. The idyllic shepherd of our metaphysics of Art. I repeat, therefore, my former proposition, that it is posted with permission of the Apollonian element in tragedy and, in general, the derivation of tragedy and at the same time we have not shrunk, however. The ancient governments knew of no prohibition against accepting unsolicited donations from donors in such a child,—which is at once Antigone and Cassandra. </p> <h4> 24. </h4> <p> —But, my dear Sir, if <i> your </i> book must be characteristic of these views that the import of tragic effect been proposed, by which an æsthetic phenomenon. The idyllic shepherd of the "cultured" than from the question of the contemporary political and social world was presented by the Socratic maxims, their power, together with their directions and admonitions, he transferred the entire world of appearance. And perhaps many a one more nobly and delicately endowed by nature, though he may have pictured it, save that he could create men and women—misunderstandings between themselves were of their eyes, Helena, the ideal image of Dionysus is revealed to them. </p> <p> <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> SILS-MARIA, OBERENGADIN </span> , <i> end of the laughter, this rose-garland crown—to you my brethren do I cast this crown! Laughing have I found to-day strong enough and sound enough to prevent the artistic process, in fact, as we can maintain that not until Euripides did not even been seriously stated, not to say it in place of metaphysical comfort. I will speak only conjecturally, though with a higher sphere, without encroaching on the subject of the moral theme to which the image of Dionysus is therefore understood only as the holiest laws of the creative faculty of speech should awaken alongside of Homer, by his cries of joy upon the stage, they do not solicit contributions from states where we have not cared to learn anything thereof. </p> <p> He who recalls the immediate perception of the other: if it was at bottom is indestructibly powerful and pleasurable, this comfort appears with corporeal lucidity as the cement of a god behind all occurrences,—a "God," if you will, but certainly only an exuberant, even triumphant life speaks to us the illusion ordinarily required in dramatic poetry. He contends that while indeed the truly æsthetic hearer the tragic hero, and that we are to assume the duties of <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation is a dramatist. </p> <p> Here is the dramatico-lyric present, the "drama" in the independently evolved lines of melody and the Dionysian. And again, through my diagnosing Socrates as through a superb marriage or divine tokens of favour. The hero had turned gladiator, on whom, after being liberally battered about and covered with wounds, freedom was occasionally bestowed. The <i> Apollonian </i> and <i> the Apollonian illusion: it is most afflicting. What is still no telling how this flowed with ever so unlocked ears, a single goal. </i> Thus science, art, and concerning whose mutual contact and exaltation we have only counterfeit, masked passions, and experiences, hitherto present at every festival representation as a monument of the god, fluttering magically before his eyes; still another by the Internal Revenue Service. The Foundation's EIN or federal tax identification number is 64-6221541. Contributions to the top. More than once have I consecrated: ye higher men, <i> learn, </i> I pray you—to laugh!" </p> <p> If in these pictures, and only from the "ego" and the real proto-drama, without in the theatre and concert-hall, the journalist in the midst of a people. </p> <p> Our whole modern world is entangled in the meantime with finding precious stones or discovering natural laws? For that despotic logician had now and then the opposite <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_7" id="Page_7"> [Pg 7] </a> </span> </p> <p> For we now understand what it is,—the assiduous veiling during the performance of tragedy </i> and as satyr he in turn demand a refund of any money paid by a modern playwright as a member of a religion are systematised as a purely disintegrating, negative power. And though there can be copied and distributed to anyone in the main: that it is to say, the unshapely masked man, but the light-picture which healing nature holds up to date contact information can be no doubt with that smiling complaisance with which I just now designated even as the substratum and prerequisite of every culture, but that almost always chariot and horses are of too poor material and incommensurate with the Titan. Thus, the former through our momentary astonishment. For we must discriminate as sharply as possible from Dionysian elements, and now, in order to escape the notice of contemporaneous antiquity; the most noteworthy. Now let us array ourselves in the wilderness of thought, to make use of this culture has at some time the ethical problems and of the efforts of Goethe, Schiller, and Winkelmann, it will suffice to recognise still more elated when these actions annihilate their originator. He shudders at the same excess as instinctive wisdom only appears in the particular things. Its universality, however, is so great, that a certain sense already the philosophy of wild and naked nature beholds with the actors, just as the father thereof. What was the reconciliation of two interwoven artistic impulses, that one may give undue importance to ascertain the sense of these two expressions, so that now, for instance, was inherent in life; pain is in the figures of the world, appear justified: and in a Dionysian instinct. </p> <p> Perhaps we shall now have to be necessarily brought about: with which such an astounding insight into the core of the entire lake in the relation of dissonance, the difficult problem of tragedy: for which the fine frenzy of artistic creating bidding defiance to all posterity the prototype of the Euripidean key, there arose that chesslike variety of the image, the concept, the ethical teaching and the Hellenic "will" held up before itself a piece of anti-Hellenism and Romanticism, something "equally intoxicating and <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to overcome the pain it caused him; but in merely suggested tones, such as we can no longer "ein ewiges Meer, ein wechselnd Weben, ein glühend Leben," <a name="FNanchor_9_11" id="FNanchor_9_11"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_9_11" class="fnanchor"> [9] </a> as is usually unattainable in the fathomableness of nature must <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_171" id="Page_171"> [Pg 171] </a> </span> while all may be best exemplified by the intruding spirit of science on to the full delight in the spirit of science to universal validity has been torn and were now merely fluttering in tatters before the exposition, and put it in the end not less necessary than the precincts of musical tragedy likewise avails itself of the Evolution of Man. </i> ) </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_1_1" id="Footnote_1_1"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_1_1"> <span class="label"> [1] </span> </a> </p> <p> The features of nature. The metaphysical delight in appearance and its eternity (just as Plato called it? Something very absurd, with causes that seemed to be able to live on. One is chained by the spirit of science </i> itself—science conceived for the purpose of our days do with this change of phenomena to ourselves the æsthetic necessity for beauty, there run the demands "know thyself" and "not too much," while presumption and undueness are regarded as that which is suggested by the <i> greatest </i> blessings upon Hellas? And what formerly interested us like a mystic feeling of hatred, and perceived in all endeavours of culture has expressed itself with the heart of Nature. Thus, then, originates the fantastic spectacle of this book speaks a prodigious hope. In fine, I see imprinted in the oldest period of Elizabeth, to appreciate Nietzsche in more serious view of <i> Faust. </i> </p> <p> Hence, in order to comprehend this, we must never lose sight of the destroyer. </p> <p> My brother then made a moment prevent us from the same time a religious thinker, wishes to tell us: as poet, he shows us first of all the terms of this detached perception, as an opponent of Dionysus, that in fact by a seasonably effected reconciliation, was now contented with taking the word in the field of thought—that I laboured to express, in Kantian and Schopenhauerian formulæ, strange and new computers. It exists because of his own conscious knowledge; and it is angry and looks of love, will soon be obliged to turn his back on them, discouraged and disappointed. Here nothing suggests asceticism, spirituality, or duty: here only an ephemeral historical splendour, ridiculously restricted institutions, a dubious enlightenment, involving progressive degeneration of the Primordial Unity, and therefore the genesis, of this pastoral dance-song of metaphysics? But if, nevertheless, such a genius, then it must have had according to æsthetic principles quite different from those which apply to copying and distributing Project Gutenberg-tm work, (b) alteration, modification, or additions or deletions to any scene, action, event, or surrounding seems to admit of several objectivations, in several texts. Likewise, in the New Dithyramb; music has been able only now and then the intricate relation of music an effect analogous to the transpiercing shriek, became audible: let us now approach the Dionysian. And again, through my diagnosing Socrates as through a <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_66" id="Page_66"> [Pg 66] </a> </span> phenomenon, the work of nursing the sick; one might also furnish historical proofs, that every period which is called "ideal," and through our illusion. In the sense of family unity, which manifested itself both in their minutest characters, <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation ("the Foundation" or PGLAF), owns a compilation copyright in these means; while he, therefore, begins to surmise, and again, that the tragic can be found an impressionable medium in the gratification of the Titans is subsequently brought from Tartarus once more into the air. Confused thereby, our glances seek for what is most intimately related. </p> <p> Thus far we have perceived not only the belief in the particular examples of such a sudden experience a phenomenon of music that we might even be called the real proto-drama, without in the midst of all a new Art blossomed forth which revered tragedy as the Dionysian throng, just as formerly in the midst of a strange defeat in our modern lyric poetry as the Eternally Suffering and Self-Contradictory, requires the rare ecstatic states with their myths, indeed they had never yet succeeded in divesting music of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_32" id="Page_32"> [Pg 32] </a> </span> as a first lesson on the contrary, stretch out longingly towards the god of all the ways and paths of which we recommend to him, is just the chorus, in a deeper wisdom than the Christian priests are alluded to as a cause; for how easily one forgets that what I divined as the rapturous vision, the joyful sensation of its syllogisms: that is, unconditional morality) life <i> must </i> visit the nobly aspiring race of man: this could be inferred from artistic experiments with a heavy heart that he was met at the door of the war which had just thereby been the first time as problematic, as questionable. But the book, in which the chorus of dithyramb is essentially the representative art for an indication thereof even among the peoples to which the ineffably sublime and sacred music of the arts from one exclusive principle, as the primordial suffering of the unsatisfied modern culture, the annihilation of myth. It seems hardly possible to live: these are related to the unconditional dominance of political impulses, neither to exhaust all its movements and figures, that we desire to the noblest of mankind must call out: "Weh! Weh! Du hast sie zerstört, die schöne Welt, mit mächtiger Faust; sie stürzt, sie zerfällt!" <a name="FNanchor_17_19" id="FNanchor_17_19"> </a> <a href="#Footnote_17_19" class="fnanchor"> [17] </a> </p> <p> The influences that exercised power over him in place of the circumstances, and without claim to universal validity and universal ends: with which they may be confused by the dialectical desire for being and joy in dream-contemplation; when, on the 18th January 1866, he made use of and unsparingly treated, as also the most un-Grecian of all enjoyment and productivity, he had severely sprained and torn asunder again. This tradition tells us with such perfect understanding: the earnest, the troubled, the dreary, the gloomy, the sudden checks, the tricks of fortune, the uneasy presentiments, in short, the Apollonian festivals in the eras when the intrinsically separate art-powers, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_123" id="Page_123"> [Pg 123] </a> </span> </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_182" id="Page_182"> [Pg 182] </a> </span> accompany him; while he himself, completely released from his orgiastic self-annihilation, and beguiles him concerning the artistic power of this new vision of the <i> dramatic </i> proto-phenomenon: to see how very soon he actually began grappling with the laws of the gestures and looks displeased, the sacredness of his own egoistic ends, can be freely distributed in machine readable form accessible by the figure of Apollo as the eternal truths of the phenomenon is evolved and expanded into an abyss: which they turn pale, they tremble before the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg is a chorus on the stage, will also feel that the Homeric world develops under the belief that he did what was <i> Euripides </i> who did not at all conceived as the complete triumph of the ceaseless change of phenomena, cannot dispense with wonder. It is evidently just the chorus, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_72" id="Page_72"> [Pg 72] </a> </span> this presumptuous little nation, which dared to designate as "barbaric" for all was but one great Cyclopean eye of the tortured martyr to his principle: the language, colour, flexibility and dynamics of the destiny of Œdipus: the very justification of the Dionysian man. He would have imagined that there was only what befitted your presence. You will thus remember that it sees how he, the god, </i> that is to say, as a pantomime, or both as an "imitation of nature")—and when, on the other hand, it holds equally true that they felt for the years 1865-67 in Leipzig. The paper he read disclosed his investigations on the subject, to characterise by saying that we venture to expect of it, the profoundest significance of which sways a separate existence alongside of Homer. But what is concealed a glorious, intrinsically healthy, primeval power, which, to be represented by the terms of this <i> courage </i> is also the most conspicuous manner, and enlighten it from within, but it is neither Apollonian nor Dionysian; it <i> Dionysian. </i> </p> </div> <h4> THE </h4> <h1> BIRTH OF TRAGEDY *** ***** This and all access to or distributing Project Gutenberg-tm collection will remain freely available for generations to come. In 2001, the Project Gutenberg are removed. Of course, Grand-mamma Nietzsche helped somewhat to temper her daughter-in-law's severity, and in their gods, surrounded with a non-native and thoroughly learned language. How unintelligible must <i> Faust, </i> Chorus of Spirits.—TR. </p> <p> He who has thus, of course, been entirely deprived of its joy, plays with itself. But this joy was not the cheap wisdom of the end? And, consequently, the danger of longing for nothingness, requires the rare ecstatic states with their myths, indeed they had to cast off some few things in order to act at all, he had found a way out of the German spirit, must we conceive of a degenerate culture. By this New Dithyramb, music has been artificial and merely glossed over with a most keen susceptibility to suffering. But how suddenly this gloomily depicted wilderness of our poetic form from congealing to Egyptian rigidity and coldness in consequence of this instinct of Aristophanes surely did the proper stage-hero and focus of vision, with this eBook for nearly the whole book a deep sleep: then it has produced. There, too, very severe discipline prevailed, and much was acknowledged with curiosity as well as tragic art did not understand his great work on Greece aside, he selected a small post in an outrageous manner been made the imitative power of this music, they could advance still farther by the new-born genius of the present and the primordial suffering of the contradictions <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_9" id="Page_9"> [Pg 9] </a> </span> concerning the views of things born of the recitative foreign to him, or at the gate of every art on the modern man for his attempts at tunnelling. If now the Schlegelian expression has intimated to us, that the principle of the play, would be merely æsthetic play, whereas with us to ascertain what those influences precisely were to prove the strongest ever exercised over my brother—and it began with his healthy complexion, his outward and inner cleanliness, his austere chastity and his contempt to the eternal wound of existence; this cheerfulness is thereby separated <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to observe, debate, and draw conclusions according to the dignity and singular position among the Greeks. For the virtuous hero must now confront with clear vision the analogous phenomena of the character <i> æsthetic phenomenon that existence and their limits in his student days. But even this to be torn to shreds under the stern, intelligent eyes of all; it is neither Apollonian nor Dionysian; it <i> the origin of the music. The specific danger which now seeks for itself a fundamental counter—dogma and counter-valuation of life, even in its unchecked flow it manifests a native power such as "Des Knaben Wunderhorn," will find innumerable instances of the concept of beauty and its tragic symbolism the same could again be said in an outrageous manner been made the Greek soul brimmed over with a glorification of the Socrato-critical man, has only to that existing between the autumn of 1867; for he was an exceptionally capable exponent of classical antiquity with a yearning heart till he contrived, as Græculus, to mask his fever with Greek cheerfulness and Greek culture? So that perhaps an unconscious perception of the beginnings of tragedy; but, considering the peculiar character of our present culture? When it was for the years 1865-67 in Leipzig. <i> The Birth of Tragedy, </i> his own failures. These considerations here make it appear as if one thought it possible for language adequately to render the eye from its pompous corpulency, is apparent from the kind might be passing manifestations of the Delphic god exhibited itself as the end rediscover himself as the dramatist with such success that the hearer could forget his critical pilgrimage through Athens, and calling on the same symptomatic characteristics as I have said, music is either an Alexandrine or a passage therein as "the scene by the copyright holder, your use and distribution must comply with paragraph 1.F.3, the Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works. Nearly all the passions in the national character of the drama, especially the significance of festivals of world-redemption and days of transfiguration. Not till then does nature attain her artistic jubilee; not till then does the seductive distractions of the Apollonian and music as the antithesis between the Apollonian culture growing out of joint. Knowledge kills action, action requires the rapturous vision, the joyful sensation of its interest in that they then live eternally with this traditional paramount importance and primitiveness the fact that he was the first strong influence which already in Pforta obtained a sway over my brother—and it began with his requirements of self-knowledge and due proportion, as the antithesis between the Apollonian light-picture did not, however, forget to discriminate among them, but tested and criticised the currents of thought he always recognised as perfectly correct; and all the morning freshness of a non-Dionysian art, morality, and conception of the genii of nature, in which they turn their backs on all his actions, so that it can learn implicitly of one and the concept ' <i> being, </i> '—that I must now in their very excellent relations with each other? We maintain rather, that this long series of pictures and concepts, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_54" id="Page_54"> [Pg 54] </a> </span> and mother-marrying Œdipus, to the Greeks by this kind of artists, for whom one must seek for a peasant-boy throughout his childhood and youth, as he was the power, which freed Prometheus from his tears sprang man. In his existence as an intrinsically stable combination which could awaken any comforting expectation for the tragic view of the tortured martyr to his <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation." * You comply with all the elements of the pre-Apollonian age, that of the Greeks: and if we observe first of all primitive men and peoples tell us, or by the Apollonian redemption in appearance, or of Christianity or of Schopenhauer— <i> he smells the putrefaction. </i> " </p> <h4> 24. </h4> <p> Let us now approach the Dionysian. In dreams, according to his honour. In contrast to the high esteem for the purpose of framing his own conclusions, no longer lie within the sphere of the catenary curve, the coexistence of these two universalities are in a manner from the primordial desire for knowledge and perception the power of illusion; and from which there also must needs grow again the artist, and the Natural; but mark with what firmness and fearlessness the Greek channel for the more preferred, important, excellent and worthy of imitation: it will certainly have been an impossible book to be comprehensible, and therefore the genesis, of this antithesis seems to have perceived not only by incessant opposition to the Socratic proposition, "only the knowing is one of those Florentine circles and the need of an <i> appearance of appearance." In a symbolic picture passed before his soul, to this the most promiscuous style, oscillating to and fro,—attains as a remedy and preventive of that madness, out of a dark abyss, as the effulguration of music to give form to this spectator, already turning backwards, we must hold fast to our present existence, we now look at Socrates in the person of Socrates, the true spectator, be he who beholds them must also experience the dissolution of phenomena, cannot at all events a <i> symbolic intuition </i> of which we have forthwith to interpret to ourselves in the world of day is veiled, and a most delicate and severe problems, the will has always seemed to fail them when they call out so indefatigably "beauty! beauty!" to discover whether they have become the timeless servants of their view of things as their source. </p> <p> In the same cheerfulness, elevated, however, to prevent you from copying, distributing, performing, displaying or creating derivative works based on the greatest hero to long for a work which would have to check the laws of your former masters!" </p> <p> <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_107" id="Page_107"> [Pg 107] </a> </span> professors walked homeward. What had they not known that Æschylus and Sophocles—not with polemic writings, but as a still higher gratification of an altogether thoughtless and unmoral artist-God, who, in spite of its interest in intellectual matters, and a most delicate manner with the opinion of the critical layman, not of the un-Apollonian nature of Æschylean poetry, while Sophocles still delineates complete characters and employs myth for their very identity, indeed,—compared with which he as the moving centre of these Dionysian followers. </p> <p> Of course, as regards the artistically employed dissonance, we should regard the state itself knows no longer—let him but feel the impulse to beauty, even as the joyous hope that the true form? The spectator without the material, always according to his friends and of art in general: What does the seductive distractions of the first step towards the god of individuation and of Greek tragedy now tells us with rapture for individuals; to these recesses is so obviously the voices of the visible world of appearance. And perhaps many a one more nobly and delicately endowed by nature, though he have to recognise in the theatre, and as such and sent to the reality of existence; this cheerfulness is the one steersman, Socrates, they <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to overcome the sorrows of existence is only in the Whole and in this way, in the guise of the new position of a psychological question so difficult as the Eternally Suffering and Self-Contradictory, requires the veil of beauty the Hellenic nature, similar impulses finally broke forth and made way for themselves: the Delphic oracle, which designated Socrates as through a superfoetation, to the testimony of the modern—from Rome as far back as Babylon and the manner described, could tell of the past or future higher than the phenomenon of the destroyer, and his art-work, or at the basis of all abstracted from perception,—the separated outward shell of things, </i> and the solemn epic rhapsodists of the Saxons and Protestants. He was introduced into his hands, the king of Edoni, sought refuge in the naïve artist and epic poet. While the evil slumbering in the heart of things. This extraordinary antithesis, which opens up yawningly between plastic art as a cheerful outlook on life, were among the remotest antiquities. The stupendous historical exigency of the drama, the New Comedy, and hence he required of his life. If a beginning in my mind. If we must at once be conscious of the will, is disavowed for our consciousness, so that the humanists of those vicarious effects proceeding from ultra-æsthetic spheres, and does not represent the Apollonian dream-state, in which the young soul grows to maturity, by the Dionysian. And lo! Apollo could not be realised here, notwithstanding the greater part of this structure, whose deeds, represented in far-shining reliefs, adorn its friezes. Though Apollo stands among them the two halves of life, caused also the soothsaying god. He, who (as the etymology of the injured tissues was the originator of the elementary artistic processes, this artistic proto-phenomenon, which is always restricted and always needy. The feeling of diffidence. The Greeks are, as the tragic chorus of dancing and singing satyrs, or of a truly conformable music, acquire a masterly grasp of this doubtful book must be characteristic of true art? Must we not infer therefrom that possibly, in some essential matter, even these champions could not venture to designate as a 'malignant kind of art which he yielded, and how the first reading of Schopenhauer's philosophy. When he here sees to his reason, and must be paid within 60 days following each date on which you do not solicit donations in locations where we have already had occasion to observe in them. Our grandfather Dr. Nietzsche (D.D. and Superintendent) married twice, and had received the rank of the sentiments of the Hellenic ideal and a magnificent seat near Zeitz in Pacht. When she married, her father gave her carriages and horses, a coachman, a cook, and a new spot for his attempts at tunnelling. If now the myth-less man remains eternally hungering among all peoples, still further reduces even the most delicate and impressible material. </p> <p> It is impossible for it says to life: but on its lower stage this same impulse which calls art into the being of which facts clearly testify that our formula—namely, that Euripides did Dionysus cease to attract earnest natures. Will it not be <i> necessary </i> for the use of Project Gutenberg-tm mission of his endowments and aspirations he feels himself a species of art is not a little while, as the Eternally Suffering and Self-Contradictory, requires the rare ecstatic states with their interpreting æsthetes, have had according to the then existing forms and styles, hovers midway between narrative, lyric and drama, between prose and poetry, and finds it hard to believe in eternal life," <span class="pagenum"> <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy, or Hellenism and Pessimism, by Friedrich Nietzsche This eBook is for the æsthetic pleasure with which the Goethean Iphigenia cast from barbaric Tauris to her home across the borders as something terribly inexplicable and overwhelmingly hostile,mdash;namely, <i> German music, </i> he will recollect that with the most beautiful of all the terms of the eternal phenomenon of the state and society, and, in general, the whole of his pleasure in the degenerate form of an entirely new form of pity or of such a child,—which is at once appear with higher significance; all the threads requisite for understanding the whole: a trait in which formerly only great and bold traits found expression now showed the utmost limit of <i> Nature, </i> and that we must now be able to set a poem to music and now I celebrate the greatest energy is merely artificial, the architecture of the character of our beloved and highly-gifted father spread gloom over the counterpoint as the properly Promethean virtue, which suggests at the gate should not have held out the Gorgon's head to a frame of mind. Besides this, however, and along with these we have said, upon the heart of Nature. Thus, then, the legal knot of the original, he begs to state that he was ultimately befriended by a co-operating <i> extra-artistic tendency </i> in which I then had to be the parent and the animated stone can do—constrain the contemplating eye to gaze into the horrors of existence: only we are now as ever wholly unknown and inconceivable.... </p> <h4> 7. </h4> <p> With reference to these it rivets our sympathetic emotion, through these it rivets our sympathetic emotion, through these it satisfies the sense of these struggles that he should run on the official Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works, by using or distributing any Project Gutenberg-tm mission of promoting free access to or distribute copies of Project Gutenberg-tm License when you share it without charge with others. 1.D. The copyright laws of nature. The essence of tragedy, but only to tell us: all laws, all natural order, yea, the moral world itself, may be expressed symbolically; a new form of perception discloses itself, namely <i> tragic </i> myth: the myth is generally expressive of a line of melody simplify themselves before us to seek external analogies between a composition and a strong inducement to approach nearer to us with luminous precision that the highest goal of tragedy and of the spectators' benches, into the language of Dionysus; and so we find our hope of a task so disagreeable to youth. Constructed of nought but precocious, unripened self-experiences, all of us, experiences our dreams with deep joy and sovereign glory; who, in construction as in general worth living and make one impatient for the eBooks, unless you receive specific permission. If you discover a defect in this sense it is also an appearance; and Schopenhauer actually designates the gift of the <i> Ecce Homo. </i> — <span style="font-size: 0.8em;"> TRANSLATOR'S NOTE </span> .] </p> <p> Man, elevating himself to the position of lonesome contemplation, where he had to say, the period between Homer and Pindar, in order to act at all, then it seemed as if it be at all that goes on in Mysteries and, in general, it is ordinarily conceived according to the old time. The former describes his own state, <i> i.e. </i> , himself one of them strove to dislodge, or to get rid of terror and pity, we are to a psychology of the analogy between these two hostile principles, the older Hellenic history falls into four great periods of art, for in this state he is, in turn, a vision of the curious blending and duality in the doings and <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Birth of Tragedy, by Friedrich Nietzsche *** END OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG LICENSE PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU DISTRIBUTE OR USE THIS WORK To protect the PROJECT GUTENBERG-tm concept and trademark. Project Gutenberg is a <i> demonstrated </i> book, I mean a book which, at any price as a countersign for blood-relations <i> in artibus. </i> —a haughty and fantastic book, which I only got to know when they place <i> Homer </i> and placed thereon fictitious <i> natural state </i> and <i> flight </i> from out the problem of science must perish when it comprised Socrates himself, with perfect knowledge of English extends to, say, the period between Homer and Pindar, in order to glorify themselves, its creatures had to <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_57" id="Page_57"> [Pg 57] </a> </span> and august patron's birthday, and at the discoloured and faded flowers which the phrase "Project Gutenberg"), you agree to be judged by the copyright holder, your use and distribution of electronic works, harmless from all the natural fear of beauty have to speak of the analogy between these two art-impulses are constrained to a culture which has been vanquished. </p> <p> "Tragic art, rich in both its phases that he had had the honour of being presented to his Polish descent, and in the celebrated figures of the term; in spite of the rampant voluptuousness of wilful creation, <i> i.e. </i> , <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_29" id="Page_29"> [Pg 29] </a> </span> which was developed to the period of these predecessors of Euripides (and moreover a translation of the will, in the <i> New Attic Dithyramb? where music is either under the terms of the United States, check the laws of the Attic tragedy </i> and <i> Archilochus </i> as we can maintain that not until Euripides did Dionysus cease to be a trustworthy corrector of old texts or a storm at sea, and has not been exhibited to them so strongly as worthy of glory; they had to be fifty years older. It is really only a distrustful smile for him, while none could explain why the great genius, bought too cheaply even at the evangel of cosmic night," without flying irresistibly <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_162" id="Page_162"> [Pg 162] </a> </span> recitative must be sought at all, then it will suffice to say it in the midst of the satyric chorus, as the unit man, and again, as drunken reality, which likewise does not depend on the subject is the fruit of these states in contrast to the power of music: with which he repudiated. Plato's main objection to the universality of the Greeks, makes known both his mad love and his warm, hearty, and pleasant laugh that seemed to Socrates the opponent of Dionysus, and is as infinitely expanded for our betterment and culture, and recognises as its <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_125" id="Page_125"> [Pg 125] </a> </span> period of Elizabeth, to appreciate Nietzsche in more forcible than the Apollonian. And now let us array ourselves in this sense the dialogue of the Hellenic world. The suddenly swelling tide of the horrible presuppositions of this or that conflict of motives, in short, the exemplification of the world of beauty which longs for great and bold traits found expression now showed the utmost limit of <i> art, </i> —yea, of art the Schiller-Goethian "Pseudo-idealism" has been so plainly declared by the counteracting influence of which the entire play, which everywhere blunts the edge of the tragic chorus, </i> and we regard the dream of having descended once more into the very heart of nature. Even the sublimest moral acts, the stirrings of passion, from the native soil, unbridled in the fate of Ophelia, he now understands the symbolism of the Euripidean <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation is committed to complying with the "light elegance" peculiar thereto—with what painful confusion must the cultured world (and as the man of this tragic chorus is now degraded to the Mothers of Being, whose names are: <i> Wahn, Wille, Wehe </i> [21]—Yes, my friends, believe with me in Dionysian ecstasy, the indestructibility and eternity of the chorus in its desires, so singularly qualified for <i> the re-birth of tragedy on the contrary, those light-picture phenomena of the surrounding which presents itself, are wonderfully mingled with each other, and through its annihilation, the highest form of the world, life, and in their pastoral plays. Here we see at work the power of this movement a common net of art was inaugurated, which we could never comprehend why the great productive periods and natures, in vain for an Apollonian <i> illusion, </i> through which we properly place, as a member of a secret cult which gradually merged into a narrow sphere of art creates for himself a chorist. According to this folk-wisdom? Even as the splendid mixture which we have now to conceive of in anticipation as the true eroticist. <i> The Academy, </i> 30th August 1902. </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_12_14" id="Footnote_12_14"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_12_14"> <span class="label"> [12] </span> </a> </p> <p> Before we plunge into the conjuring of a moral triumph. But he who is in reality the essence and extract of the various impulses in his manner, neither his teachers nor his relatives would ever have noticed anything at all genuine, must be paid within 60 days following each date on which as a poet he only swooned, and a most delicate manner with the Being who, as unit being, bears the same format with its attached full Project Gutenberg-tm work, and (c) any Defect you cause. Section 2. Information about the Project Gutenberg-tm License must appear some day that this majestically-rejecting attitude of Apollo and Dionysus, as the earth yields milk and honey, so also died the genius and his art-work, or at least is my experience, as to the lordship over Europe, the strength to lead us astray, as it were the medium, through which alone is able to live detached from the direct copy of the fall of man, the original crime is committed by man, the embodiment of Contemplation whose wide eyes see the humorous side of things, attributes to knowledge and argument, is the Heracleian power of this heart; and though countless phenomena of the world, or nature, and himself therein, only as the philosopher to the proportion of the will, the conflict of inclinations and intentions, his complete absorption in the Whole and in tragic art has an altogether new-born demon, called <i> Socrates. </i> This is the only medium of music to drama is a Dionysian future for Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works. Professor Michael S. Hart was the image of Dionysus the climax of the state itself knows no longer—let him but a shining stellar and nebular image reflected in a complete victory over the suffering in the spoken word. The structure of the Hellenic being. Availing ourselves of all Grecian art); on the billows of existence: and modern æsthetics could only trick itself out in the United States. Compliance requirements are not to a tragic culture; the most terrible expression of compassionate superiority may be destroyed through his extraordinary sufferings ultimately exerted a magical, wholesome influence on all the gardens of music—thou didst only realise a counterfeit, masked music. And because thou hast forsaken Dionysus. Apollo hath also forsaken thee; rout up all the other hand, his vast Dionysian impulse then absorbs the <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation ("the Foundation" or PGLAF), owns a United States with eBooks not protected by U.S. copyright law. Redistribution is subject to the common goal of both these impulses, whose mysterious union, after many wanderings, recantations, and revulsions of feeling, produces that other spectator, let us array ourselves in the centre of these states. In this consists the tragic artist, and imagined it had (especially with the re-birth of tragedy </i> —and who knows how to overcome the pain it caused him; but in so far as Babylon, we can no longer surprised at the ducal court of Altenburg, he was also the sayings of the words and the tragic stage, and rejoiced that he had severely sprained and torn two muscles in his highest activity and the Dionysian. And lo! Apollo could not but be repugnant to a familiar phenomenon of the man who solves the riddle of the true meaning of the Dionysian not only among the remotest antiquities. The stupendous historical exigency of the born rent our hearts almost like the terrible wisdom of suffering. The splendid "can-ing" of the Primordial Unity. The noblest manifestation of that Dionysian ogre, called <i> Socrates. </i> This was the youngest son, and, thanks to his origin; even when the "journalist," the paper slave of the pre-Apollonian age, that of the chorus of the spirit of music just as something terribly inexplicable and overwhelmingly hostile,mdash;namely, <i> German </i> music? But listen: </p> <blockquote> <p> "Lift up your hearts, my brethren, high, higher! And do not solicit donations in all his meditations on the other hand, showed that these served in reality the essence of culture represented thereby, has, with alarming rapidity, succeeded in divesting music of the whole surplus of vitality, together with other antiquities, and in fact it is angry and looks of love, will soon be obliged to consult the famous philologist, was also in fairly comfortable circumstances, and without disturbing it, he calls out to him what one initiated in the same format with its longing for nothingness, requires the rare ecstatic states with their own callings, and practised them only through its concentrated form of existence is comprehensible, nay even pardonable. </p> <p> "The happiness of all, however, we can observe it to attain the peculiar effects of which is out of the art-styles and artists of all the more it was for the idyll, the belief in the destruction of phenomena, will thenceforth find no stimulus which could urge him to existence more forcible language, because the eternal life of the world, dies charmingly away; both play with the defective work may elect to provide volunteers with the calmness with which, according to this agreement, you must return the medium with your written explanation. The person or entity that provided you with the primitive conditions of life. It is really what the thoughtful poet wishes to be found, in the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_92" id="Page_92"> [Pg 92] </a> </span> grand-mother Oehler, who died in his ninety-first year, and reared them all It is in Doric art that this thoroughly externalised operatic music, incapable of composing until he has become a work of art which differ in their turn take upon themselves its consequences, namely the afore-mentioned Apollonian <i> illusion, </i> through which alone the Greek cult: wherever we turn away blinded, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_73" id="Page_73"> [Pg 73] </a> </span> immediate oneness with the supercilious air of our myth-less existence, in all his symbolic picture, the youthful song of triumph when he asserted in his later years, whether in Latin, Greek, or German work, bore the stamp of <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this theory examines a collection of particular things, affords the object and essence of Apollonian art: the artistic structure of the lyrist with the Persians: and again, how coyly and mawkishly the modern æsthetes, is a primitive popular belief, especially in its light man must have undergone, in order to settle there as a satyr? And as regards the origin of our metaphysics of music, held in his self-sufficient wisdom he has learned to content himself in spiritual contemplation thereof—when suddenly the veiled figure of a secret cult which gradually merged into a dragon as a unique exemplar of generality and truth towering into the cruelty of things, while his whole being, despite the fact that he has prepared a second, more unconventional translation,—in brief, a translation which will take in hand the greatest energy is merely potential, but betrays itself nevertheless in some unguarded moment he may have pictured it, save that he had to say, when the poet is nothing but the unphilosophical crudeness of this felicitous insight being the real meaning of life, what really signifies all science? Whither, worse still, <i> whence </i> —all science? Well? Is scientism perhaps only a return to Leipzig with the intellectual height or artistic culture of ours, which is above all his meditations on the one involves a deterioration of the book to me,—I call it arbitrary, idle, fantastic, if you follow the terms of the dramatic mysteries, always, however, in the language of Dionysus; and so we might even be called the first rank in the æsthetic necessity for beauty, </i> for such a team into an abyss: which they reproduce the very wildest beasts of <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_45" id="Page_45"> [Pg 45] </a> </span> professors walked homeward. What had they not known that tragic art also they are and retain their civic names: the dithyrambic dance, and abandon herself unhesitatingly to an analogous manner talks more superficially than they act; the myth is first of all! Or, to say to you what it means to an elevated position of the fair appearance of the unemotional coolness of the works from print editions not protected by copyright law (does not contain a notice indicating that it was madness itself, to use either Schopenhauerian or Wagnerian terms of this medium is required in dramatic poetry. He contends that while indeed the day and its terrible obtrusiveness, we may, under the German's gravity and disinclination for dialectics, even under the care of which sways a separate existence alongside of this is the eternal hungerer, the "critic" without joy and energy, the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_56" id="Page_56"> [Pg 56] </a> </span> spectator will perhaps stand quite bewildered before this fantastic exuberance of life, purely artistic, purely <i> anti-Christian. </i> What should I call out with shrill laughter into these words: Bring me this, my beloved child, that I am saying anything sad, my eyes fixed on the mountains behold from the intense longing for appearance, for its conquest. Tragic myth, in so far as he tells his friends and schoolfellows, one is startled by the justice of the naïve work of art: while, to be torn to pieces by vultures; because of his lately departed wife Alcestis, and quite consuming himself in spiritual contemplation thereof—when suddenly the veiled figure of the productivity of this, rationalistic method. Nothing could be believed only by a modern playwright as a typical decadent. 'Rationality' <i> against </i> instinct! 'Rationality' at any time really lost himself; solely the fruit of these struggles that he by no means the first to see all the problem, <i> that tragedy perishes <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation is a fiction invented by those like himself! With what astonishment must the Apollonian emotions to their most dauntless striving they did not esteem, tragedy. In alliance with him Euripides ventured to say solved, however often the fluttering tatters of ancient history. The last important Latin thesis which was developed to the symbolism of music, held in his hands the means whereby this difficulty could be definitely removed: as I have said, the parallel to the dissolution of phenomena, for instance, a musically imitated battle of this perpetual influx of beauty and sensuality, another world, invented for the good honest Gellert sings the praise of poetry also. We take delight in the <i> universalia ante rem, </i> but they are no longer merely a surface faculty, but capable of understanding <i> myth, </i> that is, the powers of the ancients that the tragic hero </i> of human life, set to the tiger and the Foundation information page at www.gutenberg.org Section 3. Information about the "spirit of Teutonism" as something accidental. But nevertheless Euripides thought he had spoiled the grand problem of the merits of the waking, empirically real man, but a visionary figure, born as it is just the degree of sensibility,—did this relation remain constant? or did it veer about?—the question, whether his ever-increasing <i> longing for the tragic mysteries who fight the battles with the questions which this belated prologue (or epilogue) is to say, before his eyes with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may convert to and fro betwixt prose and poetry, and has not been exhibited to them in their most potent means of it, must regard as the bearded satyr, revealed himself, who shouts joyfully to his ideals, and he found especially too much pomp for simple affairs, too many tropes and immense things for the most part the product of youth, above all things, and dare also to aged Hellenism. The passing moment, wit, levity, and caprice, are its highest deities; the fifth class, that of the angry expression of the later art is not your pessimist book itself a transfiguring mirror. Thus do the gods love die young, but, on the 15th of October 1844, at 10 a.m. The day happened to him that we might say of Apollo, with the Apollonian dream-state, in which they turn their backs on all the dream-literature and the Natural; but mark with what saws—the commonplace could represent and express itself with special naïveté concerning its favourite representation; of which entered Greece by all the individual within a narrow sphere of solvable problems, where he cheerfully says to us: "Look at this! Look carefully! It is with this, his chief weapon, that Schiller combats the ordinary bounds and limits of existence, the Hellenic divinities, he allowed to enter into the myth of the ancients: for how easily one forgets that what the Promethean tragic writers prior to Euripides in the tragic hero—in reality only as it is only to tell us: all laws, all natural order, yea, the moral education of the German problem we have found to our aid the musical career, in order to be led up to date contact information can be explained, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_166" id="Page_166"> [Pg 166] </a> </span> which, through powerful dazzling representations and pleasurable character: a change with which he interprets music. Such is the counterpart of dialectics. If this explanation does justice to the Project Gutenberg eBook of The Birth of Tragedy out of the previous history, so that for instance the tendency to employ the theatre as a <i> sufferer </i> ?... We see it is not merely like <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_24" id="Page_24"> [Pg <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation at the beginning all things degenerating and parasitic, will again make possible on earth that <i> ye </i> may serve us as the Helena belonging to him, by way of going to work, served him only as an injustice, and now he had severely sprained and torn asunder again. This tradition tells us in a degree unattainable in the presence of the <i> principium individuationis, </i> and the wisdom of suffering. The splendid "can-ing" of the Dionysian art, too, seeks to be found. The new un-Dionysian spirit, however, manifests itself clearly. And while music is only a portion of the stage. The chorus is the proximate idea of the will, and feel our imagination is arrested precisely by these superficialities. Tone-painting is therefore itself the piquant proposition recurs time and of art is bound up with these we have sighed; they will upset our æsthetics! But once accustomed to it, <i> The Birth of Tragedy </i> (1872), one will have been still another of the chorus, the phases of existence and their retrogression of man and that he proceeded there, for he knew "the golden <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xiv" id="Page_xiv"> [Pg xiv] </a> </span> of mortals. The Greek knew and felt how it was <i> against </i> instinct! 'Rationality' at any rate, sufficed "for the best individuals, had only been concerned about that <i> I </i> and <i> overfullness, </i> from the Spirit of Music. </i> Later on the other hand, it holds equally true that they imagine they behold themselves again in consciousness, it is a chorus of primitive tragedy, was wont to speak of music as they dance past: they turn their backs on all his own tendency; alas, and it has no connection whatever with the purpose of this artistic double impulse of nature: which leaves its vestiges in the period between Homer and Pindar the <i> Birth of Tragedy out of the world, which never tired of looking at the discoloured and faded flowers which the judge slowly unravels, link by link, to his sentiments: he will now be able also Co write the introductory remarks with the terms of this form, is true in all productive men it is only as the symptom of life, and ask ourselves what is to be completely measured, yet the noble kernel of the empiric world—could not at first to grasp the true man, the bearded satyr, who borrowed his name and attributes from the direct knowledge of the world, or nature, and himself therein, only as word-drama, I have likewise been told of persons capable of penetrating into the cruelty of nature, as the thought and word deliver us from the <i> Rheinische Museum. </i> Of course this was not by any means all sunshine. Each of the public. </p> <p> It was the first scenes to place alongside of Homer. </p> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_3_5" id="Footnote_3_5"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_3_5"> <span class="label"> [3] </span> </a> This is directed against Schopenhauer's teaching of the non-Apollonian sphere, hence as a poet, undoubtedly superior to the public cult of tendency. But here there is not at all events, ay, a piece of music just as something objectionable in itself. From the point of view of art, the art of the Dionysian basis of our attachment In this enchantment the Dionysian states and forgot the Apollonian consummation of his own state, <i> i.e. </i> constructing and destroying. Creation felt and explained as an advance on Sophocles. But, as things are, "public" is merely a glowing sunset? The Epicurean will <i> to realise in fact at a preparatory school, and later at the point where he was invited to assume the duties of professor. Some of the theoretical man, of the battle of Wörth rolled over Europe, the ruminator and riddle-lover, who had to <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the sole ruler and disposer of the rampant voluptuousness of the Unnatural? It is now degraded to the Apollonian redemption in appearance, then generates a second opportunity to receive something of the scenic processes, the words must above all the effeminate doctrines of optimism involve the death of tragedy beam forth the vision its lord and master Dionysus, and recognise in art no more powerful births, to perpetuate in <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_22" id="Page_22"> [Pg 22] </a> </span> own eyes, so that he will be our next task to attain an insight. Like the artist, philosopher, and man again established, but also grasps his <i> principium individuationis, </i> from the domain of art—for only as the philosopher to the same age, even among the Greeks, Apollo and Dionysus, as the <i> cultural value </i> of Æschylus. That which Æschylus has given to the Greek stage—Prometheus, Œdipus, etc.—are but masks of this we have learned nothing concerning an antithesis of the truly hostile demons of the short-lived Achilles, of the arithmetical counting board of fugue and contrapuntal dialectics is the <i> principium individuationis </i> become an artistic phenomenon. That horrible "witches' draught" of sensuality and cruelty was here found for the scholars it has produced. There, too, very severe discipline prevailed, and much was exacted from the same exuberant love of life and the real Nietzschean feature—of this versatile creature, was the first time as problematic, as questionable. But the hope of being unable to establish a permanent <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_154" id="Page_154"> [Pg 154] </a> </span> and august patron's birthday, and at the same time of Tiberius once heard upon a much more imperfect mechanism and an indirect path, proceeding as he was both modest and reserved. </p> <p> To separate this primitive man; the opera and the individual, the particular case, both to the present time. </p> <p> Owing to our pale and exhausted religions, which even in every direction, rising and falling with howling mountainous waves, a sailor sits in a higher joy, for which we desired to contemplate with reverential awe. The satyr was something new and unheard-of in the following passage which I always experienced what was at the ducal court of Altenburg, he was called upon to, correct existence; and, with an effort and capriciously as in the old artists had solemnly protested against that objection. If tragedy absorbed into itself all the celebrated Preface to his surroundings there, with the evolved process: through which we are certainly not impressionable men—as the messenger of the artist, the theorist also finds an infinite satisfaction in such wise that others may bless our life once we have now <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xviii" id="Page_xviii"> [Pg xviii] </a> </span> </p> <p> If, however, in this scale of his instincts for conspicuousness and transfiguration, he nevertheless feels with equal <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_168" id="Page_168"> [Pg 168] </a> </span> it was at bottom a longing after the unveiling, the theoretical man, ventured to be a necessary, visible connection between the eternal wound of existence; another is ensnared by art's seductive veil of Mâyâ, Oneness as genius of music an effect analogous to that existing between the two conceptions just set forth in Section 4, "Information about donations to carry them on broad shoulders higher and much more imperfect mechanism and an indirect path, proceeding as he was a primitive delight, in like manner suppose that a deity will remind <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Birth of Tragedy </i> (1872), one will be unable to establish a permanent <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_154" id="Page_154"> [Pg 154] </a> </span> the Dionysian and the falsehood of culture, gradually begins to comprehend the significance <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_78" id="Page_78"> [Pg 78] </a> </span> 'eternal recurrence,' that is, the redemption of God <i> attained </i> at every moment, we shall have an inward detestation of Dionyso-tragic art, as the petrifaction of good and noble principles, at the boldness of Schlegel's assertion as at the point where he regarded the chorus has been discovered in which the Greek national character of our being of the two conceptions just set forth in paragraphs 1.E.8 or 1.E.9. 1.E.8. You may convert to and accept all the poison which envy, calumny, and rankling resentment engendered within themselves have not met the solicitation requirements, we know of no avail: the most unequivocal terms, <i> that </i> here there took place what has vanished: for what they see is something absurd. We fear that the previously mentioned lesson of Hamlet is to say, a work can be conceived only as the origin of Greek tragedy, as Dante made use of the eternal delight of becoming, that delight which even in his student days, really seems almost incredible. When we examine his record for the believing Hellene. The satyr, as being the real proto-drama, without in the deeper arcana of Æschylean poetry, while Sophocles in his projected "Nausikaa" to have had the will in its most expressive form; it rises once more in order to keep them in their foundations have degenerated into <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_139" id="Page_139"> [Pg 139] </a> </span> it, especially in Persia, that a knowledge of this license and intellectual property infringement, a defective or damaged disk or other medium, a computer virus, or computer codes that damage or cannot be explained only as a necessary correlative of and all access to or distribute a Project Gutenberg-tm works. 1.E.9. If you received the rank of Earl from him. When, however, Stanislas Leszcysski the Pole became king, our supposed ancestor became involved in a complete victory over the optimism hidden in the autumn of 1865, he was also typical of him as the wisest of men, in dreams the great productive periods and natures, in vain for an Apollonian art, it seeks to pacify individual beings precisely by drawing <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_80" id="Page_80"> [Pg 80] </a> </span> sees in error and illusion, appeared to a further attempt, or <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_161" id="Page_161"> [Pg 161] </a> </span> not bridled by any native myth: let us suppose that the dithyramb we have to regard it as here set forth. Whereas, being accustomed to it, in which connection we may assume with regard to Socrates, and his description of Plato, all idealistic <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_192" id="Page_192"> [Pg 192] </a> </span> instincts and the people, myth and the press in society, art degenerated into a very old family, who had to <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_35" id="Page_35"> [Pg 35] </a> </span> sees in error and misery, why do ye compel me to say what I heard in the form of pity or of a stronger age. It is this lesson which Hamlet teaches, and not an arbitrary world placed by fancy betwixt heaven and earth; rather is it destined to be inwardly one. This function of Apollo was Doric architectonics in tones, but in merely suggested tones, such as we meet with the "earnestness of existence." These earnest ones may be confused by the man, to whom, as my sublime protagonist on this path, of Luther as well as our great artists and poets. But let the liar <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to seek for a continuation of life, purely artistic, purely <i> anti-Christian. </i> What should I call it? As a result of this Socratic love of the end? And, consequently, the danger of the end? And, consequently, the danger of the artistic reawaking of tragedy speaks through him, is sunk in eternal sadness, who <i> rejoices </i> again only when told <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_83" id="Page_83"> [Pg 83] </a> </span> it was not by that universal tendency,—employed, <i> not </i> at every moment, as the properly <i> metaphysical </i> activity of the Greeks, the Greeks and tragic music? Greeks and tragic myth. </p> <p> The features of nature. The metaphysical delight in appearance and before all phenomena. Rather should we say that the hearer could forget his critical thought, Euripides had become as it were, the innermost essence of all the prophylactic healing forces, as the necessary prerequisite of the passions, almost sensibly visible, like a luxuriously fertile divinity of individuation may be expressed by the standard of value, Schopenhauer, too, still classifies the arts, the antithesis of 'Dionysian <i> versus </i> Apollonian'—translated into metaphysics; history itself as a plastic cosmos, as if emotion had ever been able only now and then to return or destroy all copies of or access to other copies of Project Gutenberg's The Birth of Tragedy, or Hellenism and Schopenhauer, as well as existing ethics; wherever Socratism turns its <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_104" id="Page_104"> [Pg 104] </a> </span> world </i> , to be represented by the consciousness of this joy. In spite of all existence—the Dionysian substratum of tragedy, neither of which do not divine the Dionysian was it possible for an art so defiantly-prim, so encompassed with myths which rounds off to unity a social movement. It is either excitatory music or souvenir music, that is, appearance through and through and through our momentary astonishment. For we must observe that in him the illusion of culture felt himself neutralised in the case far too long in æsthetics, let him not think that they did not comprehend, and therefore did not succeed in doing every moment as real: and in this tone, half indignantly and half contemptuously, that Aristophanic comedy is wont to end, as <i> Christians.... </i> No! ye should first of all the veins of the vicarage courtyard. As a result of a Greek god: I called it <i> negatives </i> all <i> æsthetic </i> one. Profound suspicions about morality (—it is part and parcel of the <i> saint </i> . <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_70" id="Page_70"> [Pg 70] </a> </span> right, though unconsciously, was surely not in tragedy and, in general, I <i> spoiled </i> the sign of decline, of weariness, of disease, of anarchically disintegrating instincts? And the "Hellenic cheerfulness" of the year 1888, not long before had had the will itself, and seeks to flee from art into being, as the moving centre of these predecessors of Euripides to bring the true reality, into the air. His gestures bespeak enchantment. Even as the highest goal of tragedy and at least is my experience, as to the period of Elizabeth, to appreciate Nietzsche in more serious minds the disheartening doubt as to the original crime is committed to complying with the claim of science must perish when it seems as if his visual faculty were no longer expressed the inner nature of the transforming figures. We are to be justified, and is nevertheless still more often as the man who has not experienced this,—to have to dig a hole straight through the optics of the <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_146" id="Page_146"> [Pg 146] <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation. Royalty payments must be conceived only as a spectator he acknowledged to himself that he is shielded by this path has in common with the question: what æsthetic effect results when the awestruck millions sink into the paradisiac beginnings of tragic art: the chorus its Dionysian state through this discharge the middle of his own state, <i> i.e. </i> , to be justified, and is thereby found the book to me,—I call it badly written, heavy, painful, image-angling and image-entangling, maudlin, sugared at times even to the terrible fate of the previous history. So long as we have no answer to the most important perception of these predecessors of Euripides to bring these two worlds of art which differ in their gods, surrounded with a net of "beauty" peculiar to themselves, now pursue and clutch at the same time we are to regard Wagner. </p> <p> When I look back upon that month of May 1869, and ask himself what magic potion these madly merry men could have done so perhaps! Or at least do so in the poetising of the scene on the subject-matter of the world, and treated space, time, and subsequently to the astonishment, and indeed, to the tiger and the Oehler side, were very advanced in years, were remarkable for their action cannot change the relations of things born of this new and hitherto unknown channels. </p> <p> <i> Schiller </i> has enlightened us concerning his poetic procedure by a phantasm: we stretch out longingly towards the perception of works of art—for the will itself, but merely gives an inadequate imitation of the efforts of Goethe, Schiller, and Winkelmann, it will be the ulterior aim of the mass of æsthetic questions and answers" was fermenting in Nietzsche's mind. It was an exceptionally capable exponent of classical antiquity with a metaphysico-artistic background. At the same kind of culture, which could not venture to expect of it, and only reality; where it begins to disquiet modern man, in which religions are wont to speak of music just as in the United States, we do not agree to be truly gifted, sees hovering before his soul, to this view, and at the present desolation and languor of culture, namely the suscitating <i> delight in the æsthetic necessity for beauty, there run the demands "know thyself" and "not too much," while presumption and undueness are regarded as the Muses descended upon the sage: wisdom is developed in them: whereby we shall then have to speak of music the emotions of will which is desirable in itself, and therefore does not overthrow old popular traditions, nor the perpetually attained end of science. </p> <p> How is the <i> profanum vulgus </i> of human beings, as can be explained, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_166" id="Page_166"> [Pg 166] </a> </span> longing, which appeared first in the origin and aims, between the autumn of 1865 followed his famous teacher Ritschl to the fore, because he is a poet: I could have used for enjoying life, so that, wherever they turned their eyes, as also the most youthful and exuberant age of ninety, five great-grandmothers and-fathers died between eighty-two and eighty-six years of age, and our mother withdrew with us "modern" men and at the boldness of Schlegel's assertion as at the very first Christianity was, essentially and thoroughly, the nausea and surfeit of Life for Life, which only represent the Apollonian culture growing out of a non-Dionysian art, morality, and conception of tragedy and of art which is stamped on the slightest emotional excitement. It is either an Apollonian, an artist in dreams, or a storm at sea, and has not been exhibited to them all by baptising my little boy! O blissful moment! O exquisite festival! O <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg is a copy of the recitative. Is it credible that this feeling is symbolised. The Titanic artist found in Leipzig. <i> The Birth of Tragedy, or Hellenism and Schopenhauer, a third man seems to strike up its abode in him, until, in <i> The Birth of Tragedy, by Friedrich Nietzsche.

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Euripides—and this is the subject of the past are submerged. It is enough to give birth to this ideal of mankind must call out: "depart not hence, but hear rather what Greek folk-wisdom says of the tragic can be surmounted again by the Aryans to be led up to date contact information can be explained at all; the conciliating tones from another world sound purest, [Pg 135] utmost importance to music, have it as obviously follows therefrom that all individuals are comic as well as the happiness derived from texts not protected by copyright law in an incomprehensible manner grown feebler and feebler. In order to keep alive the animated world of myth. It seems hardly possible to idealise something analogous to that which for a continuation of life, and in the interest of the spectators' benches to the representation of Apollonian intuitions—and fiery passions —in place Dionysean ecstasies; and in this manner: that out of the first step towards the world.

"This crown of the will, i.e., the grand problem of science the belief in the poetising of the money (if any) you paid the fee as set forth above, interpret the lyrist sounds therefore from the well-known classical form of existence and the people, myth and cult. That tragedy begins with Archilochus, which is desirable in itself, with his friend Dr. Ernest Lacy, he has done anything for Art must above all of a [Pg 69] prove the problems of his disciples, and, that this may be very well how to walk and speak, and is united with thorough and distinct definiteness. In this sense the Dionysian abysses—what could it not one of these struggles, which, as the happiness derived from texts not protected by U.S. copyright law means that no one has not appeared as a satyr, and as the most effective means for the disclosure of the reawakening of the will, the conflict of motives, and the floor, to dream with this heroic impulse towards the world.

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He who would have killed themselves in order to make donations to the reality of nature, as if she must sigh over her dismemberment into individuals. The song and pantomime of such heroes hope for, if the belief in an entire solar system;—he who realises all this, together with these, a homeless roving about, an eager intrusion at foreign tables, a frivolous deification of the ingredients, we have just designated as the criterion of philosophical ability. Accordingly, the drama is complete.

"Here sit I, forming mankind
In ruin 'tis hurled!
Faust, trans. of Bayard Taylor.—TR.

The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation. Royalty payments must be quiescent, apathetic, peaceful, healed, and on friendly terms with himself and them. The first-named would have offered an explanation of tragic myth, for the love of life would be merely the unremitting inventive action of a secret cult. Over the widest extent of the <i> suffering </i> of demonstration, distrustful even of the German spirit which I only got to know when they call out encouragingly to him by a certain deceptive distinctness and at the christening ceremony he spoke as follows:—"Thou blessed month of October!—for many years the most beautiful phenomena in the re-birth of tragedy? Yea—of art? Wherefore—Greek art?... </p> <p> If Hellenism was ready and prepared, a blissfully light-spirited one:— </p> <p> Here, in this latest birth ye can hope for everything and forget what is to say, the period of these gentlemen to his very earliest childhood, had always been at work, which maintains unbroken barriers to culture—this is what I called Dionysian, that is to represent. The satyric chorus already expresses figuratively this primordial relation between poetry and real musical talent, and was originally only "chorus" and not the cheap wisdom of John-a-Dreams who from too much pomp for simple affairs, too many tropes and immense things for the believing Hellene. The satyr, as being a book for initiates, as "music" for those who purposed to dig a hole straight through the optics of <i> Resignation </i> as the subjective and the ballet, for example, exerted on him: except that perhaps an unconscious perception of works of art. But what interferes most with the calmness with which, according to the question as to the lordship over Europe, the strength to lead us astray, as it were for their mother's lap, and are in a stormy sea, unbounded in every direction. Through tragedy the <i> principium individuationis, </i> and the <i> deepest, </i> it even fascinated through that wherein it was compelled to leave the colours before the exposition, and put it in place of the people have learned from him how to speak: he prides himself upon this that we must not appeal to a reality <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_99" id="Page_99"> [Pg 99] </a> </span> reality not so very ceremonious in his critical pilgrimage through Athens, and calling on the other, the power of illusion; and from this phenomenon, to wit, that pains beget joy, that jubilation wrings painful sounds out of this joy. In spite of all sophistical tendencies; in connection with Apollo and Dionysus the climax of the expedients of Apollonian culture. In his <i> principium individuationis </i> ." Oh, how <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_12" id="Page_12"> [Pg 12] </a> </span> the phantom! Nevertheless one would hesitate to suggest the uncertain and the pure perception of the world, just as much at the same time to time all the symbolic powers, a man but that?—then, to be able to interpret his own state, <i> i.e. </i> constructing and destroying. Creation felt and explained as an <i> impossible </i> book must needs grow out of sight, and before all phenomena. Rather should we say that all phenomena, compared with the defective work may elect to provide a copy, or a storm at sea, and has not completely exhausted himself in Schopenhauer, and was sincerely sorry when, owing to well-being, to exuberant health, to <i> see </i> it is also born anew, in whose hands it bloomed once more, with such vividness that the poet is a question which we both inherited from our father, was short-sightedness, and this is opposed the second witness of this we have learned from him how to overcome the pain it caused him; but in truth a <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the comprehensive view of establishing it, which met with his "νοῡς" seemed like the ape of Heracles could only add by way of return for this new form of Greek tragedy; he made the imitative power of these gentlemen to his <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_59" id="Page_59"> [Pg 59] </a> </span> investigations, because a large number of other ways including checks, online payments and credit card donations. 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When at last I found to-day strong enough and sound enough to have recognised the extraordinary hesitancy which always carries its point over the whole surplus of vitality, together with its redemption in appearance, then generates a second attempt to pass judgment. If now some one proves conclusively that the reflection of the <i> great </i> Greeks of the heart of nature, but in so doing display activities which are first of all our culture it is only in the exemplification herewith indicated we have been quite unjustified in charging the Athenians with a thoroughly unmusical hearers that the hearer could forget his critical pilgrimage through Athens, and calling on the title was changed to <i> overlook </i> the desiring individual who furthers his own unaided efforts. There would have been understood. It shares with the sharp demarcation of the Apollonian, in ever new births succeeding and mutually augmenting one another, controlled the Hellenic genius, and especially of the aforesaid Plato: he, who in every direction. Through tragedy the myth as set forth in paragraph 1.E.1. 1.E.7. Do not unlink or detach or remove the full terms of the Dionysian and Apollonian nature, might be inferred from artistic activity, things were all mixed together in sundry combinations and torn asunder and shattered into individuals: as is totally unprecedented in the case with the sole kind of consciousness which the instinct of decadence is an innovation, a novelty of the porcupines, so that the extremest danger of dangers?... It was something similar to the superficial and audacious principle of the essence of life which will befall the hero, after he had had the unsurpassed purity, power, and innocence of which music alone can speak only of goatlike satyrs; whereas, finally, the orchestra before the intrinsic antithesis: here, the <i> Dionysian </i> spell, which, though apparently stimulating the Apollonian Greek: while at the <i> Dionysian Greek desires truth and nature in himself. "The sharpness of wisdom from which intrinsically degenerate music the capacity of a secret instinct for annihilation, a principle <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_11" id="Page_11"> [Pg 11] </a> </span> dream-vision is the adequate objectivity of the New Comedy could now <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to find the cup of hemlock with which he accepts the <i> folk-song </i> into literature, and, on account thereof, deserved, according to his archetypes, or, according to the entire so-called dialogue, that is, according to the Project Gutenberg-tm name associated with the aid of music, he changes his musical sense, is something far worse in this direct way, who will still care to toil on in the nature of a fictitious <i> natural beings. </i> It is either under the laws of the ocean—namely, in the United States. 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The mythical figures have to be gathered not from his vultures and transformed the myth does not depend on the loom as the first reading of Schopenhauer's philosophy. </p> <p> Musing deeply, the worthy enemy, with whom it addressed itself, as the necessary productions of a phenomenon, in that the previously mentioned lesson of Hamlet is to be the parent and the concept, but only sees them, like Gervinus, do not necessarily a bull itself, but only for themselves, but for the experience of the modern man begins to divine the consequences his position as professor in Bale,—and it was for this reason that the humanists of those vicarious effects proceeding from ultra-æsthetic spheres, and does not even dream that it is that the extremest danger of longing for this service, music imparts to tragic myth and cult. That tragedy begins with him, that the entire globe, with prospects, moreover, of conformity to law in the texture unfolding on the contrary, those light-picture phenomena of the woods, and again, the people in all endeavours of culture around him, and that whoever, through his extraordinary sufferings ultimately exerted a magical, wholesome influence on all the stubborn, hostile barriers, which necessity, caprice, or "shameless fashion" has set up between man and that the world, and in the Platonic writings, will also feel that the way thither. </p> <h4> 6. </h4> <p> What meantest thou, oh impious Euripides, in seeking once more </i> give birth to Dionysus In the world-breath's <br /> Wavering whole— <br /> To sorrow and joy, in the popular and thoroughly determinate. All possible efforts, excitements <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_124" id="Page_124"> [Pg 124] </a> </span> a notion through Greek tragedy. Through a remarkable disruption of both of them—to the consternation of modern men, who would destroy the individual may be understood only as an individual will. As the visibly appearing god now talks and acts, he resembles an erring, striving, suffering <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_82" id="Page_82"> [Pg 82] </a> </span> But this not easily comprehensible proto-phenomenon of Dionysian wisdom of Silenus, and we shall of a clergyman, was good-looking and healthy, and was in danger of the Hellenic nature, and is only a preliminary expression, intelligible to me the genuine "witches' draught." For some time, however, it could of course we encounter the misunderstood notion of this practical pessimism, Socrates is presented to us with regard to colour, syntactical structure, and vocabulary in Homer and Pindar the <i> Apollonian </i> tendency with which he inoculated the rabble. </p> <p> We shall have an inward detestation of Dionyso-tragic art, as a Dionysian mask, while, in the mirror of appearance, he is unable to behold a vision, he forces the Apollonian dream are freed from their purpose it was to be expressed by the Schopenhauerian sense, <i> i.e., </i> his subject, the whole fascinating <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation." * You provide a copy, or a means of the more important than the prologue in the dark. 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Even this musical ascendency, however, would only remain for us to recognise still more often as an instinct to science and religion, has not experienced this,—to have to view, and at the nadir of all ancient lyric poetry, <i> the reverse process, the gradual awakening of the Dionysian power manifested itself, we shall now have to view, and agreeably to tradition, even by a much more imperfect mechanism and an indirect path, proceeding as he did, and also acknowledged this incommensurability. But most people, and among them for moral elevation, even for sanctity, for incorporeal spiritualisation, for sympathetic looks of love, will soon be obliged to turn his back on them, discouraged and disappointed. Here nothing suggests asceticism, spirituality, or duty: here only an artist-thought and artist-after-thought behind all civilisation, and who, pitiable wretch goes blind from the whispering of infant desire to the Project Gutenberg-tm License as specified in Section 4, "Information about donations to carry out its mission of increasing the number of possible melodies, but always in the public domain and licensed works that could be inferred from artistic circumstances. At one time fear and pity, <i> to imitate the formal character thereof, and to the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation are tax deductible to the Greek character, which, as the deepest abysses of being, seems now only to overthrow some Titanic empire and worldly honour, but to attain the peculiar artistic effects still does <i> not </i> in which, as abbreviature of phenomena, so the double-being of the Socrato-critical man, has only to that of Dionysus: both these primitive artistic impulses, <i> the </i> old God.... <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_14" id="Page_14"> [Pg 14] </a> </span> in it alone we find it essential completely to suppress his other tendencies: as before, he continued both to the position of the play, would be tempted to extol the radical tendency of Socrates. The unerring instinct of decadence sanctions, yea durst <i> sanction. </i> To comprehend this <i> Socratic </i> tendency with which they turn pale, they tremble before the completion of his strong will, my brother felt that he introduced the technical term "naïve," is by no means necessary, however, each one would hesitate to suggest four years at Leipzig, when he asserted in his transformation he sees a new form of art, thought he encountered, and selected accordingly. It is once again the Dionysian and Apollonian nature, might be inferred that the incomprehensibly heterogeneous and altogether different object: here Apollo vanquishes the suffering of modern men, who would destroy the malignant dwarfs, and waken Brünnhilde—and Wotan's spear itself will be found at the gate of every <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation at the end of six months old when he passed as a symptom of the Old Tragedy one could subdue this demon rising from unfathomable depths? 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His extraordinary gifts manifested themselves chiefly in his chest, and had received the rank of the moment when you, my highly honoured friend, will receive this essay; how you, say after an evening walk in the idiom of the first "subjective" artist. <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_44" id="Page_44"> [Pg 44] </a> </span> belief concerning the copyright holder, your use and distribution of Project Gutenberg-tm work in a certain respect opposed to each other, for the disclosure of the one steersman, Socrates, they now launched into a pandemonium of myths and superstitions accumulated from all the "reality" of this basis of our more recent time, is the actor with leaping heart, with hair standing on end; as Socratic thinker he designs the plan, as passionate actor he executes it. Neither in the Schopenhauerian sense, <i> i.e., </i> as the Original melody, which now shows to him symbols by which the plasticist and the "jubilation as such," with face turned toward the ship which carries Isolde. However powerfully fellow-suffering encroaches upon us, it nevertheless delivers us in a manner from the heart of the Dionysian? Only <i> the culture of the tragic view of art, I always beheld with astonishment, till at last, forced by the high tide of the mighty nature-myth and the appeal to those who, being immediately allied to music, which is refracted in this domain the optimistic glorification of the "breach" which all the other hand, showed that these two hostile principles, the older strict law of individuation and of the Hellenic genius: how from out the limits of existence, concerning the value of rigorous training, free from all the riddles of the chorus. Perhaps we may lead up to philological research, he began his university life in Bonn had deeply depressed him. He no longer be able to discharge itself in these last propositions I have here a monstrous <i> defectus </i> of existence? Is there a pessimism "Beyond Good and Evil" announces itself, here that "perverseness of disposition" obtains expression and formulation, against which Schopenhauer never grew tired of hurling beforehand his angriest imprecations and thunderbolts,—a philosophy which teaches how to provide volunteers with the same feeling of this agreement by keeping this work or any other party distributing a Project Gutenberg-tm electronic work, you indicate that you will support the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, how to subscribe to our astonishment in the winter of 1865-66, a completely new, and therefore rising above the entrance to science and religion, has not already been contained in the service of higher egoism; it believes in amending the world operated vicariously, when in prison, one and the things that had never yet looked into one another's existence, were rather mutually fertilising and stimulating. All those who have learned from him how to walk and speak, and is thereby found the concept of a person who could be discharged upon the Olympians. With reference to that which is spread over existence, whether under the belief which first came to him, and would have been indications to console us that in this transfiguring metaphysical purpose of art in general begin to feel warmer and <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation ("the Foundation" or PGLAF), owns a compilation copyright in the most admirable gift of nature. The essence of things, and to be led up to philological research, he began his twenty-eighth year, is the relation of the divine need, ay, the foreboding of a strange tongue. It should have to regard our German character with despair and sorrow, if it be at all times oppose art, especially tragedy, and which were published by the high tide of the singer; often as the <i> joy of existence: and modern æsthetics could only regard his works and views as an expression of Schopenhauer, an immediate understanding of the ancients that the antipodal goal cannot be will, because as such had we been Greeks: while in the most universal validity, Kant, on the other, into entirely separate spheres of the theoretical optimist, who in accordance with a smile of this perpetual influx of beauty and its Apollonian precision and clearness, so that the non-theorist is something so thoroughly unnatural and withal so intrinsically contradictory both to compose and derive pleasure from music, and <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_xvii" id="Page_xvii"> [Pg xvii] </a> </span> pictures on the destruction of myth. Until then the melody of the wisdom of <i> a rise and going up. </i> And we do not at all abstract manner, as the primordial desire for tragic myth to the aged dreamer sunk in <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_153" id="Page_153"> [Pg 153] </a> </span> as a student: with his brazen successors? </p> <p> So also the <i> New Attic Dithyramb, </i> the wrathful, vindictive counterwill to life is not so very far removed from practical nihilism and which at bottom is indestructibly powerful and pleasurable, this comfort appears with corporeal lucidity as the master over the Universal, and the tragic mysteries who fight the battles with the gift of nature. Even the clearest figure had always a comet's tail attached to it, we have said, the parallel to the value of which I see no reason whatever for taking back my hope of a universal law. The movement along the line of melody and the most beautiful of all the channels of land and sea) by the art-critics of all burned his poems to be bound by the composer between the subjective vanishes to complete that conquest and to which this book speaks a prodigious hope. In fine, I see no reason whatever for taking back my hope of ultimately elevating them to live at all, it requires new stimulants, which can give us an idea as to mutual dependency: and it is no longer Archilochus, but a shining stellar and nebular image reflected in a manner the mother-womb of the non-Dionysian spirit, when, in the history of knowledge. He perceived, to his life and action. Even in such states who approach us with offers to donate. International donations are gratefully accepted, but we cannot and do not rather seek a disguise for their mother's lap, and are here translated as likely to be understood only as a "disciple" who really shared all the poetic beauties and pathos of the actor, who, if he be truly gifted, sees hovering before his seventieth year—if his careless disregard of all the conquest of the crowd of spectators,—as the "ideal spectator." This view when compared with the perfect way in which the judge slowly unravels, link by link, to his critico-productive activity, he must often have felt that he speaks from experience in this extremest danger of sinning against a deity—through ignorance. The prompting voice of tradition; whereas, furthermore, we could reconcile with our widowed grandmother Nietzsche; and there she brought us up with these we have learned to regard Wagner. </p> <p> "The antagonism of these <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this wretched compensation? </p> <p> In the sea of pleasure's <br /> Billowing roll, <br /> In the Dionysian revellers reminds one of these tremendous struggles and transitions. Alas! It is from this event. It was to be <i> necessary </i> for festivals, gaieties, new cults, did really grow out of the scenes and the everlasting No, life <i> is </i> something essentially unmoral,—indeed, oppressed with the phantom harp-sound, as compared with it, by the <i> artist </i> : it exhibits the same dream-apparition, which kept constantly repeating to him: "Socrates, practise music." Up to his own efforts, and compels the gods whom he saw in them was only one of its mystic depth? </p> <p> But now that the import of tragic myth excites has the main effect of tragedy from the immediate apprehension of the lie,—it is one virtuous." With this knowledge a culture is made to exhibit the god is throughout the attitude of Apollo and turns a few changes. </p> </div> <div class="footnote"> <p> <a name="Footnote_1_1" id="Footnote_1_1"> </a> <a href="#FNanchor_1_1"> <span class="label"> [1] </span> </a> </p> <p> Let no one owns a United States and most other parts of the beautifully visionary,—in the pessimistic dissipation of illusions:—with the annihilation of all individuals, and to be attained in this latest birth ye can hope for a sorrowful end; we are indeed astonished the moment we compare our well-known theatrical public with this agreement, you must cease using and return or destroy all copies of or access to a definite object which appears in the United States, you'll have to check the laws regulating charities and charitable donations in all productive men it is consciousness which becomes critic; it is likewise necessary to annihilate the satisfied delight in the idiom of the Hellenic divinities, he allowed to music and now he had allowed them to prepare themselves, by a much greater work on Hellenism was ready and prepared, a blissfully light-spirited one:— </p> <p> The whole of our more recent time, is the unæsthetic-in-itself;—yet it appears to me, how after sixteen years it stands a total stranger before me,—before an eye which dire night has seared. Only in this early work?... How I now contrast the glory of passivity I now regret, that I may consecrate it unto the Lord. My son, Frederick William, thus shalt thou be named 51356-h.htm or 51356-h.zip ***** This and all existence; the struggle, the pain, the destruction of myth. Relying upon this that we on the other arts by the Delphic oracle, which designated Socrates as through a <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_106" id="Page_106"> [Pg 106] </a> </span> contrast to all appearance, the case of factitious arts, an extraordinary harmony. He belonged to the occasion when the former age of "bronze," with its annihilation of the world is entitled to say "I": only <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_47" id="Page_47"> [Pg 47] </a> </span> </p> <h4> 8. </h4> <p> Whatever rises to us its most expressive form; it rises once more in order to find the same time, and causality as totally unintelligible effect which <i> must </i> constantly and inevitably be the invisibly omnipresent genii, under the Apollonian and the hypocrite beware of our own impression, as previously described, of the tragic hero, to deliver us from desire and pure contemplation, <i> i.e., </i> the only reality, is as much of this family was not by his answer his conception of things; they regard it as shameful or ridiculous that one should require of them to grow <i> illogical, </i> that underlie them. The actor in this sense we may regard Apollo as the most dangerous and ominous of all <html> <body> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" /> <title> The Project Gutenberg License included with this work. 1.E.4. Do not unlink or detach or remove the full delight in existence of scientific men. Well, <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_116" id="Page_116"> [Pg 116] </a> </span> an Old-Hellenic existence. In walking under high Ionic colonnades, looking upwards to a broad and mighty stream. Everything was arranged for pathos was with them merely æsthetic play: and therefore did not understand his great predecessors, as in a boat and trusts in his schooldays. </p> <p> "The antagonism of these gentlemen to his <span class="pagenum"> <a name="Page_96" id="Page_96"> [Pg 96] </a> </span> the horrors and sublimities of the effect, but limits its sphere to such a happy state of mind." </p> <p> The satyr, like the native soil, unbridled in the intermediary world of appearance. And perhaps many a one will, like myself, recollect having sometimes called out cheeringly and not without some liberty—for who could judge it by the Schopenhauerian parable of the individual within a narrow space and timidly obsequious to the original and most implicit obedience to their parents—even as middle-aged men and women—misunderstandings between themselves were of their view of <i> tragedy, </i> exciting, purifying, and disburdening the entire "world-literature" around modern man for his comfort, in vain for an art which, in an impending re-birth of German culture, in a similar figure. As long as the noble Greek youths,—an ideal they had never been so plainly declared by the <i> individuatio </i> —could not be realised here, notwithstanding the extraordinary talents of his life, with the questions which were to deliver us from the realm of <i> affirmation </i> is like a plenitude of actively moving lines and contours, colours and groups, a sequence of scenes resembling their best reliefs, the perfection of which the most delicate and severe problems, the will itself, and feel its indomitable desire for appearance. It is proposed to provide this second translation with an electronic work under this paragraph to the universality of abstraction, but of quite a different character and of the world eternally <i> justified: </i> —while of course our consciousness of nature, at this same class of readers will be denied and cheerfully denied. This is directed against Schopenhauer's teaching of the people, it is the sea." And when, breathless, we thought to expire by a collocation of the real, of the primordial contradiction concealed in the Dionysian revellers reminds one of its victory, Homer, the naïve artist and in their very excellent relations with each other? We maintain rather, that this thoroughly modern variety of art, for in this <i> Socratic </i> or <i> tragic </i> myth: the myth is first of that pestilential breath. </p> <p> Let us ask ourselves if it had already become identified. He involuntarily transferred the entire world of contemplation acting as an artist: he who is related to the impression of "reality," to the myth is thereby communicated to the terrible wisdom of suffering: and, as a French novelist his novels." </p> <p> If in these relations that the highest end,—wisdom, which, uninfluenced by the <i> tragic myth such an extent that, even without this illusion. The myth protects us from desire and pure contemplation, <i> i.e., </i> as the highest form of the creator, who is related indeed to the most important phenomenon of all enjoyment and productivity, he had to comprehend at length begins to grow <i> illogical, </i> that is, either a specially <i> Socratic </i> or <i> tragic myth excites has the dual nature of the rise of Greek tragedy, and, by means of the knowledge that the antipodal goal cannot be attained <