Thou forcest many to think differently about thee; that, charge they heavily to thine account. Ma quando Zarathustra fu solo, così parlò al proprio cuore: "Allora è possibile. As in the sea hast thou lived in solitude, and it hath borne thee up. Many honours I want not, nor great treasures: they excite the spleen. Chi di voi sa a un tempo, “Voi guardate verso l'alto, quando cercate elevazione. Così parlò Zarathustra - Umano, troppo umano I-II book. Verily, the will to death, indicateth this sign! "To speak truth, and be skilful with bow and arrow"—so seemed it alike pleasing and hard to the people from whom cometh my name—the name which is alike pleasing and hard to me. Where is the frenzy with which ye should be inoculated? It is not a man he hath caught, but a corpse. Never yet did truth cling to the arm of an absolute one. Davvero, una meta aveva Zarathustra, egli ha gettato la sua palla: ora siete voi, amici, a voi getto la palla d'oro. "Mine ego is something which is to be surpassed: mine ego is to me the great contempt of man": so speaketh it out of that eye. "A bad country for the hungry," said he; "that is why I live here. It is in honour of thy friend that thou showest thyself to him as thou art? They are distrustful of anchorites, and do not believe that we come with gifts. Poetico e profetico, lontano dai tecnicismi filosofici, il capolavoro di Nietzsche non smette di interrogare gli studiosi e incantare i lettori. "Not at all," said Zarathustra, "as yet hast thou not received my thanks! An instrument of thy body is also thy little sagacity, my brother, which thou callest "spirit"—a little instrument and plaything of thy big sagacity. What is the heaviest thing, ye heroes? Then they sighed: "O that there were heavenly paths by which to steal into another existence and into happiness!" Attiva/disattiva navigazione. Is not pity the cross on which he is nailed who loveth man? It was the body which despaired of the body—it groped with the fingers of the infatuated spirit at the ultimate walls. Andrew DC TV Recommended for you It is poverty and pollution and wretched self-complacency! But to animals belongeth innocence. Thou wouldst wear no raiment before thy friend? Verily, I would that their madness were called truth, or fidelity, or justice: but they have their virtue in order to live long, and in wretched self-complacency. Was it not because I loved men far too well? In woman's love there is injustice and blindness to all she doth not love. Evermore did he now see himself as the doer of one deed. These are for them the masters of the hour. Do ye not see it, the rainbow and the bridges of the Superman?—. So much less doth life bind me!". That they may not quarrel with one another, the good females! I wish them neither to learn afresh, nor teach anew, but only to bid farewell to their own bodies,—and thus be dumb. I have a question for thee alone, my brother: like a sounding-lead, cast I this question into thy soul, that I may know its depth. When Zarathustra heard the wise man thus speak, he laughed in his heart: for thereby had a light dawned upon him. And be on thy guard, also, against the assaults of thy love! And verily, if life had no sense, and had I to choose nonsense, this would be the desirablest nonsense for me also. Let your peace be a victory! ", The old man withdrew, but came back immediately and offered Zarathustra bread and wine. “In ogni cosa soltanto questo è irraggiungibile: “Se uno attraversa il fuoco per la sua dottrina − che mai prova ciò! L’idea di "Così parlò Zarathustra" balenò a Nietzsche come una folgorazione nell’agosto del 1881, in Engadina, «6000 piedi al di là dell’uomo e del tempo». The old, wanteth the good man, and that the old should be conserved. Book Binding:N/A. Noble thou feelest thyself still, and noble others also feel thee still, though they bear thee a grudge and cast evil looks. It is not your sin—it is your self-satisfaction that crieth unto heaven; your very sparingness in sin crieth unto heaven! But let this be your honour: always to love more than ye are loved, and never be the second. Un libro per tutti e per nessuno (tedesco: Also sprach Zarathustra. To the despisers of the body will I speak a word. Read "Così Parlò Zarathustra (Also Sprach Zarathustra)" by Friedrich Nietzsche available from Rakuten Kobo. When, however, ye have an enemy, then return him not good for evil: for that would abash him. Fellow-creators, Zarathustra seeketh; fellow-reapers and fellow-rejoicers, Zarathustra seeketh: what hath he to do with herds and herdsmen and corpses! For our hands are too cleanly for that roast. Sign Up. But it is not the danger of the noble man to turn a good man, but lest he should become a blusterer, a scoffer, or a destroyer. And if my wisdom should some day forsake me:—alas! Sfoglia parole milioni e frasi in tutte le lingue Così parlò Zarathustra (Also sprach Zarathustra), op. Free from what? And rather be angry than abash any one! See more of Frasi di Friedrich Nietzsche on Facebook. He who knoweth the reader, doeth nothing more for the reader. So I will appeal to their pride. Or is it this: To love those who despise us, and give one's hand to the phantom when it is going to frighten us? That is the first thing! But prove that he hath done something good to you. Would that I were wise from the very heart, like my serpent! Innocence is the child, and forgetfulness, a new beginning, a game, a self-rolling wheel, a first movement, a holy Yea. Much of the prison and the mould still remaineth in him: pure hath his eye still to become. I love him who is ashamed when the dice fall in his favour, and who then asketh: "Am I a dishonest player? And then they disparaged all high hopes. "Give me something to eat and drink, I forgot it during the day. Yea! Or goest thou thyself on a thief's errand, thou friend of the evil?"—. ", And I answered her: "Concerning woman, one should only talk unto men. Strange! What we recognise in a man, we also irritate in him. Once hadst thou wild dogs in thy cellar: but they changed at last into birds and charming songstresses. I make for my goal, I follow my course; over the loitering and tardy will I leap. Creators were they who created peoples, and hung a faith and a love over them: thus they served life. Verily, on soft soles doth it come to me, the dearest of thieves, and stealeth from me my thoughts: stupid do I then stand, like this academic chair. Così parlò Zarathustra - Friedrich Nietzsche così parlò zarathustra also sprach zarathustra friedrich nietzsche filosofia philosophy frasi frasi belle frasi tumblr libro libri solitudine dolore sofferenza mi manchi mi manca mi manco susanna casciani massimo bisotti charles bukowski And when thou sayest, "I have no longer a conscience in common with you," then will it be a plaint and a pain. Let your will say: The Superman SHALL BE the meaning of the earth! To be brave is good. Empty are still many sites for lone ones and twain ones, around which floateth the odour of tranquil seas. And unconscious envy is in the sidelong look of your contempt. There are so many convulsions of the ambitions! The wheel of causality doth not roll between them. But this will not enter your ears; it hurteth your good people, ye tell me. Zarathustra, however, still sat beside the dead man on the ground, absorbed in thought: so he forgot the time. "There they stand," said he to his heart; "there they laugh: they understand me not; I am not the mouth for these ears. The work of a suffering and tortured God, did the world then seem to me. On account of those abrupt ones, return into thy security: only in the market-place is one assailed by Yea? And as he walked alone one evening over the hills surrounding the town called "The Pied Cow," behold, there found he the youth sitting leaning against a tree, and gazing with wearied look into the valley. It is a lie! Badly smelleth their idol to me, the cold monster: badly they all smell to me, these idolaters. But tell me, ye men, who of you are capable of friendship? And immediately he fell asleep, tired in body, but with a tranquil soul. "To have fidelity, and for the sake of fidelity to risk honour and blood, even in evil and dangerous courses"—teaching itself so, another people mastered itself, and thus mastering itself, became pregnant and heavy with great hopes. "Life is only suffering": so say others, and lie not. I want to have goblins about me, for I am courageous. "Go on, halt-foot," cried his frightful voice, "go on, lazy-bones, interloper, sallow-face!—lest I tickle thee with my heel! The market-place and the people were like the sea when the storm cometh on: they all flew apart and in disorder, especially where the body was about to fall. Creating ones were first of all peoples, and only in late times individuals; verily, the individual himself is still the latest creation. Devise me, then, the justice which acquitteth every one except the judge! Thy wild dogs want liberty; they bark for joy in their cellar when thy spirit endeavoureth to open all prison doors. Un libro per tutti e per nessuno è il titolo di un celebre libro del filosofo tedesco Friedrich Nietzsche, composto in quattro parti fra l'agosto 1881 e il maggio 1885. Then thou canst not have friends. "—, "Lust is sin,"—so say some who preach death—"let us go apart and beget no children!". A little poison now and then: that maketh pleasant dreams. Adequate was he for his deed when he did it, but the idea of it, he could not endure when it was done. See more of Frasi di Friedrich Nietzsche on Facebook. Worthy did this man seem, and ripe for the meaning of the earth: but when I saw his wife, the earth seemed to me a home for madcaps. Ye have too cruel eyes, and ye look wantonly towards the sufferers. Well! A ciò il suo terreno è ancora abbastanza ricco. And be on thy guard against the good and just! Zarathustra, however, remained standing, and just beside him fell the body, badly injured and disfigured, but not yet dead. If, however, thou wilt give unto them, give them no more than an alms, and let them also beg for it! The phantom that runneth on before thee, my brother, is fairer than thou; why dost thou not give unto it thy flesh and thy bones? Ten times must thou reconcile again with thyself; for overcoming is bitterness, and badly sleep the unreconciled. When Zarathustra had said this the dying one did not reply further; but he moved his hand as if he sought the hand of Zarathustra in gratitude. My brother, when thou hast a virtue, and it is thine own virtue, thou hast it in common with no one. When night cometh, then take I good care not to summon sleep. if their filth hath still spirit in it! And when ye are cursed, it pleaseth me not that ye should then desire to bless. But bid thy companion eat and drink also, he is wearier than thou." After a while consciousness returned to the shattered man, and he saw Zarathustra kneeling beside him. There are the terrible ones who carry about in themselves the beast of prey, and have no choice except lusts or self-laceration. They laugh also at chastity, and ask: "What is chastity? ", The hour when ye say: "What good is my reason! And there came an adder and bit him in the neck, so that Zarathustra screamed with pain. even in your ears, ye great souls, it whispereth its gloomy lies! Blood they would have from thee in all innocence; blood their bloodless souls crave for—and they sting, therefore, in all innocence. The Superman is the meaning of the earth. They are the companions and forerunners of such saintship. That they despise is caused by their esteem. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Ye are not great enough not to know of hatred and envy. Thy silent pride is always counter to their taste; they rejoice if once thou be humble enough to be frivolous. The fall of our footsteps ringeth too hollow through their streets. Testo: Friedrich Nietzsche, tra gli altri il libro Così parlò Zarathustra - Un libro per tutti e per nessuno; Ludwig Achim von Arnim e Clemens Brentano dalla raccolta Il corno magico del fanciullo. Is your soul not poverty and pollution and wretched self-complacency? Arnold Schwarzenegger This Speech Broke The Internet AND Most Inspiring Speech- It Changed My Life. And lo! And why should one not speak like children? The famous book, The Will to Power (1901) is a collection of tentative Lo! They want to know whether Zarathustra still liveth. Modest is even the thief in presence of sleep: he always stealeth softly through the night. ", "Talk also unto me of woman," said she; "I am old enough to forget it presently.". What dost thou here between the towers? Then broke the wings of their spirit; and now it creepeth about, and defileth where it gnaweth. But I think of what I have done and thought during the day. But their circumscribed souls think: "Blamable is all great existence.". I love those that know not how to live except as down-goers, for they are the over-goers. There he enjoyed his spirit and solitude, and for ten years did not weary of it. 'Twixt rosy dawn and rosy dawn there came unto me a new truth. Dovrà così cercarsi dei discepoli cui indirizzare i suoi discorsi. Così parlò Zarathustra Friedrich Nietzche [9 years ago] Scarica il libro Così parlò Zarathustra - Friedrich Nietzche eBooks (PDF, ePub, Mobi) GRATIS, Gran parte dell'opera tratta i temi dell'eterno ritorno, della parabola della morte di Dio, e la profezia dell'avvento dell'oltreuomo, che erano stati precedentemente introdotti ne "La gaia scienza". Well then, good luck to the repast! Thus spake Zarathustra. ", The hour when ye say: "What good is my justice! It was the body which despaired of the earth—it heard the bowels of existence speaking unto it. The state, I call it, where all are poison-drinkers, the good and the bad: the state, where all lose themselves, the good and the bad: the state, where the slow suicide of all—is called "life.". The new, would the noble man create, and a new virtue. Despisers of life are they, decaying ones and poisoned ones themselves, of whom the earth is weary: so away with them! They are clever and know all that hath happened: so there is no end to their raillery. there cometh the time when man will no longer launch the arrow of his longing beyond man—and the string of his bow will have unlearned to whizz! I and me are always too earnestly in conversation: how could it be endured, if there were not a friend? All values have already been created, and all created values—do I represent. He did not mean to be ashamed of his madness. Many too many are born: for the superfluous ones was the state devised! (F. Nietzsche, Così parlò Zarathustra) Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Will Zarathustra steal the bite from the devil? Or isolation? Behold the believers of all beliefs! I carry thee to the place where I shall bury thee with mine own hands. Culture, they call their theft—and everything becometh sickness and trouble unto them! Tutte le più belle frasi del libro Così parlò Zarathustra dall'archivio di Frasi Celebri .it . But I am asking the impossible. "—said he. "Give them nothing," said the saint. ", And thereupon Zarathustra knocked at the door of the house. The courage which scareth away ghosts, createth for itself goblins—it wanteth to laugh. "Zarathustra is carrying away the dead dog: a fine thing that Zarathustra hath turned a grave-digger! Hideous to behold is he on whom injustice presseth alone. Thus ruminating, patient as a cow, I ask myself: What were thy ten overcomings? "But take thy poison back! Ofttimes sitteth filth on the throne.—and ofttimes also the throne on filth. Thy soul will be dead even sooner than thy body: fear, therefore, nothing any more! Do I speak of filthy things? would that I had heard you crying thus! Then fell the adder again on his neck, and licked his wound. Già l'enigmatico sottotitolo, Un libro per tutti e per nessuno, ci introduce in un mondo diverso, enigmatico e mutevole. ye have not gone deep enough into this soul! A state, is called the coldest of all cold monsters. Too sweet fruits—these the warrior liketh not. ", The hour when ye say: "What good is my virtue! Man shall be trained for war, and woman for the recreation of the warrior: all else is folly. Thou lonesome one, thou goest the way to thyself! Ten times must thou laugh during the day, and be cheerful; otherwise thy stomach, the father of affliction, will disturb thee in the night. Believe me, my brethren! said he at last, "I knew long ago that the devil would trip me up. And not in vain did the youths sit before the preacher of virtue. Ciao a tutti. Così parlò Zarathustra. In one's friend one shall have one's best enemy. 9. Ein Buch für Alle und Keinen) è il titolo di un celebre libro del filosofo tedesco Friedrich Nietzsche, composto in quattro parti fra il 1883 e il 1885. Therefore wanteth he woman, as the most dangerous plaything. he that spake was the buffoon from the tower. The present dissertation is first intended to investigate the pioneering connection between style and matter of content in the nietzschean work Also sprach Zarathustra. Too proud art thou to kill these sweet-tooths. Or take revenge?". A self-rolling wheel? I love not your festivals either: too many actors found I there, and even the spectators often behaved like actors. I teach you the friend in whom the world standeth complete, a capsule of the good,—the creating friend, who hath always a complete world to bestow. Him who breaketh up their tables of values, the breaker, the lawbreaker:—he, however, is the creator. Oh! One no longer becometh poor or rich; both are too burdensome. The hour when ye say: "What good is my happiness! I would that they had a madness by which they succumbed, like this pale criminal! Still art thou a prisoner—it seemeth to me—who deviseth liberty for himself: ah! Not only doth he lie, who speaketh contrary to his knowledge, but more so, he who speaketh contrary to his ignorance. They clamber over one another, and thus scuffle into the mud and the abyss. It is thine own countenance, in a coarse and imperfect mirror. My brethren, I advise you not to neighbour-love—I advise you to furthest love!—. A higher body shalt thou create, a first movement, a spontaneously rolling wheel—a creating one shalt thou create. To him went Zarathustra, and sat among the youths before his chair. Zarathustra smiled. Un libro per tutti e per nessuno (tedesco: Also sprach Zarathustra. Like thee must I GO DOWN, as men say, to whom I shall descend. Therefore, do they long so much for a friend, and for his elevation. As yet humanity hath not a goal. I change too quickly: my to-day refuteth my yesterday. Let mine animals lead me! Take what I am! Therefore hearken they to the preachers of death, and themselves preach backworlds. Most of all, however, is the flying one hated. Così parlò Zarathustra Scritto da Andrea D'Emilio Martedì 21 Ottobre 2008 11:17 - voglia di dimenticarti. perroscallejerosdepionono . "The yellow ones": so are called the preachers of death, or "the black ones." ‎Così parlò Zarathustra è uno dei capisaldi della filosofia occidentale. - La parte meno chiara è proprio quest'ultima nella quale si parla To me the convalescent would it now be suffering and torment to believe in such phantoms: suffering would it now be to me, and humiliation. Rather do I advise you to neighbour-flight and to furthest love! I often overleap the steps when I clamber; for so doing, none of the steps pardons me. There is always some madness in love. What doth it come to! Thereupon the youth arose disconcerted, and said: "I hear Zarathustra, and just now was I thinking of him!" Have ye ever cried thus? And just the same shall man be to the Superman: a laughing-stock, a thing of shame. Nietzsche :lo si può amare o odiare, comunque non può mai lasciare indifferente. Ye love tragedies and all that breaketh the heart? Flee, my friend, into thy solitude—and thither, where a rough strong breeze bloweth. And Zarathustra contemplated the tree beside which they stood, and spake thus: "This tree standeth lonely here on the hills; it hath grown up high above man and beast. Art thou a new strength and a new authority? In the mountains the shortest way is from peak to peak, but for that route thou must have long legs. Or is it this: To desert our cause when it celebrateth its triumph? E io guardo in basso, perché sono elevato. Let your commanding itself be obeying! Leggi le più belle frasi di Friedrich Nietzsche; Così parlò Zarathustra | Aforismi e Citazioni I am the leading-string of the ego, and the prompter of its notions.". Too well do I know those godlike ones: they insist on being believed in, and that doubt is sin. "Enemy" shall ye say but not "villain," "invalid" shall ye say but not "wretch," "fool" shall ye say but not "sinner. Goeth he not along like a dancer? What do I seek on the height? asked Zarathustra. Lo! And I am also your best enemy. All ye to whom rough labour is dear, and the rapid, new, and strange—ye put up with yourselves badly; your diligence is flight, and the will to self-forgetfulness. Change of values—that is, change of the creating ones. Innumerable are they, and it is not thy lot to be a fly-flap. or. Now he draggeth me to hell: wilt thou prevent him? Cosi' parlò Zarathustra. How could he requite! One virtue is more of a virtue than two, because it is more of a knot for one's destiny to cling to. Sick are they always; they vomit their bile and call it a newspaper. "He who seeketh may easily get lost himself. Always more uprightly learneth it to speak, the ego; and the more it learneth, the more doth it find titles and honours for the body and the earth. Too readily doth the recluse reach his hand to any one who meeteth him. Scritta da Nietzsche fra il 1883 e il 1885 l'opera si presenta divisa in quattro parti. legge A. Cesareni. How I hate him who flieth! See to it that the life ceaseth which is only suffering! The Self saith unto the ego: "Feel pleasure!" Ah! Then be great enough not to be ashamed of them! Then, however, something happened which made every mouth mute and every eye fixed. Thus speak and stammer: "That is MY good, that do I love, thus doth it please me entirely, thus only do I desire the good. "That doth not concern me," said the old man sullenly; "he that knocketh at my door must take what I offer him. And would ye hear this likewise? What doth he seek on the height? 1885 - Also sprach Zarathustra (Così parlò Zarathustra) 1886 - Jenseits von Gut und Böse (Al di là del bene e del male) 1887 - Zur Genealogie der Moral (La genealogia della morale) 1888 - Der Fall Wagner (Il caso Wagner) 1888 – Götzen-Dämmerung (Il crepuscolo degli idoli) 1888 - Der Antichrist (L’Anticristo) 1888 - Ecce Homo (Ecce Homo) Therefore be on your guard against the small ones! the pale criminal hath bowed his head: out of his eye speaketh the great contempt. "The proudest animal under the sun, and the wisest animal under the sun,—they have come out to reconnoitre. Full of clattering buffoons is the market-place,—and the people glory in their great men! Ye have made your way from the worm to man, and much within you is still worm. Even the wisest among you is only a disharmony and hybrid of plant and phantom. Ah! Better for thee to say: "Ineffable is it, and nameless, that which is pain and sweetness to my soul, and also the hunger of my bowels.". cried the youth once more. 4. Show me that thou art not a lusting and ambitious one! ", The hour when ye say: "What good is my pity! Behind thy thoughts and feelings, my brother, there is a mighty lord, an unknown sage—it is called Self; it dwelleth in thy body, it is thy body. ", The man looked up distrustfully. Let your work be a fight, let your peace be a victory! May they become convalescents and overcomers, and create higher bodies for themselves! A small company is more welcome to me than a bad one: but they must come and go at the right time. And thus speak ye of yourselves in your intercourse, and belie your neighbour with yourselves. But ye, also, my brethren, tell me: What doth your body say about your soul? Just see these superfluous ones! How I mock at my violent panting! Press alt + / to open this menu. Both are too burdensome. Verily, there are chaste ones from their very nature; they are gentler of heart, and laugh better and oftener than you. Even into the heights of their virtue and into their cold spirit doth this creature follow them, with its discord. Wouldst thou seek the way unto thyself? Eat, and fare ye well!"—. I have known noble ones who lost their highest hope. L' idea di Così parlò Zarathustra Balenò a Nietzsche come una folgorazione nell' agosto del 1881 , in Engadina ( Svizzera ) , " 6000 piedi al di là dell' uomo e del tempo " . "—, "One, is always too many about me"—thinketh the anchorite. It is not thy lot to be a fly-flap.—. But I part from thee; the time hath arrived. Then will we make thee a present of the Superman!" Peoples once hung over them tables of the good. Rather curse a little also! When, however, he was but a step behind, there happened the frightful thing which made every mouth mute and every eye fixed—he uttered a yell like a devil, and jumped over the other who was in his way. Nobler is it to own oneself in the wrong than to establish one's right, especially if one be in the right. Ye flee unto your neighbour from yourselves, and would fain make a virtue thereof: but I fathom your "unselfishness.". Un libro per tutti e per nessuno. Otherwise it will haunt thee in the night. The sick and perishing—it was they who despised the body and the earth, and invented the heavenly world, and the redeeming blood-drops; but even those sweet and sad poisons they borrowed from the body and the earth! It dwelleth too close to the seat of the clouds; it waiteth perhaps for the first lightning?". The dream—and diction—of a God, did the world then seem to me; coloured vapours before the eyes of a divinely dissatisfied one. The friend of the anchorite is always the third one: the third one is the cork which preventeth the conversation of the two sinking into the depth. Ye must be proud of your enemies; then, the successes of your enemies are also your successes. ye ask. ‎Cosi parlo Zarathustra. Così parlò Zarathustra. Let man fear woman when she loveth: then maketh she every sacrifice, and everything else she regardeth as worthless. Author:Nietzsche, Friedrich. Guard against injuring the anchorite! Oh, that soul was itself meagre, ghastly, and famished; and cruelty was the delight of that soul! Cosi parlo Zarathustra. Vorrei riportare alla vostra attenzione un brano di "Così parlò Zarathustra", di Nietzsche, un grande filosofo tedesco di fine '800. 5. Così parlò Zarathustra. And also from thee they want Yea or Nay. I love him who loveth his virtue: for virtue is the will to down-going, and an arrow of longing. A truth which only glideth into fine ears, he calleth falsehood and trumpery. Thereupon the phantom WITHDREW from me! Lo! It is all poverty and pollution and wretched self-complacency! The streak of chalk bewitcheth the hen; the stroke he struck bewitched his weak reason. A thousand goals have there been hitherto, for a thousand peoples have there been. This old saint in the forest hath not yet heard of it, that GOD IS DEAD!". Where solitude endeth, there beginneth the market-place; and where the market-place beginneth, there beginneth also the noise of the great actors, and the buzzing of the poison-flies. And thereupon it suffereth, and thinketh how it may put an end thereto—and for that very purpose it IS MEANT to think. "To honour father and mother, and from the root of the soul to do their will"—this table of surmounting hung another people over them, and became powerful and permanent thereby. Just see these superfluous ones! The Case of Wagner (1888) and Nietzsche Contro Wagner (1888) are too narrow in scope. Watch Queue Queue Life is hard to bear: but do not affect to be so delicate! Let this be enough for me: I give unto every one mine own. The books written before The Dawn (1880) are not as mature as those written later. Lo, that pain itself did the same conscience produce; and the last gleam of that conscience still gloweth on thine affliction. Once spirit was God, then it became man, and now it even becometh populace. What the sense feeleth, what the spirit discerneth, hath never its end in itself. Ye shall be those whose eyes ever seek for an enemy—for YOUR enemy. When aloft, I find myself always alone. As yet woman is not capable of friendship. Long slept Zarathustra; and not only the rosy dawn passed over his head, but also the morning. And nothing evil groweth in thee any longer, unless it be the evil that groweth out of the conflict of thy virtues. Ciò che più volentieri contemplo, è vedervi gettare la palla d'oro, amici miei! Be on thy guard, also, against holy simplicity! Dopo la morte di Dio, si aprono due possibilità: l’ultimo uomo e il superuomo, opposti. Such sleep is contagious—even through a thick wall it is contagious. The atmosphere rare and pure, danger near and the spirit full of a joyful wickedness: thus are things well matched. That is not the worst thing for me to do. To drive mad—that meaneth with him to convince. But still am I far from them, and my sense speaketh not unto their sense. The just, however, are fervour and fuel! What doth that matter to Zarathustra! Immodest, however, is the night-watchman; immodestly he carrieth his horn. Ma esso diverrà un giorno povero e debole e nessun albero di alto fusto vi crescerà più. Così parlò Zarathustra: significato, recensione, frasi Filosofia - Guida — Così parlò Zarathustra: riassunto, spiegazione, struttura e commento di una delle opere più famose di Nietzsche.