Hello M.A.,

> * Mine dwells on bad actions. (Jewish guilt perhaps.) *

Maybe this post is of interest for you? (it is good)


> The whole of Nietzsche's
> philosophy is a monument dedicated to gainsay that error.
> *Yet most of his personal life seems to affirm it.*

I think his life was tragic because he had great insights (in a way, he 
was a mystic - an intellectual mystic if you like) -  and nobody to talk 
to. I think loneliness is what drove him crazy in the end.

And he was "ahead of his times". Only now is philosophy being begun to 
be understood (anglo-american interest has flared up considerably in the 
last couple of years).

Best Wishes,

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