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To succumb—so wisheth your Self; and therefore have ye become despisers of the body. Too unslept hath thy seeking made thee, and too wakeful. To purify himself, is still necessary for the freedman of the spirit. Let your distinction be obedience. All beings hitherto have created something beyond themselves: and ye want to be the ebb of that great tide, and would rather go back to the beast than surpass man? I love not your festivals either: too many actors found I there, and even the spectators often behaved like actors. But take care lest it be thy fate to suffer all their poisonous injustice! so asketh the load-bearing spirit; then kneeleth it down like the camel, and wanteth to be well laden. 1K likes. So the first chapter is focused on the question of the language in nietzschean philosophy, which is worded through the use of symbols, aphorisms, metaphors, allegories and riddles. Definito dallo stesso Nietzsche come "il più profondo che sia mai stato scritto", il testo consiste in un trattato di filosofia e di morale, e tratta della discesa di Zarathustra dalla montagna per portare il nuovo insegnamento all'umanità. "Why stealest thou along so furtively in the twilight, Zarathustra? my brother, hast thou never seen a virtue backbite and stab itself? Essa coincise con il rivelarsi dell’«eterno ritorno», la misteriosa intuizione che segna il passaggio alla ultima fase del pensiero di Nietzsche … Companions, the creator seeketh, and such as know how to whet their sickles. The creating Self created for itself esteeming and despising, it created for itself joy and woe. Why not be like me—a bear amongst bears, a bird amongst birds?". by Friedrich Nietzsche. In the world even the best things are worthless without those who represent them: those representers, the people call great men. In the tower is the place for thee, thou shouldst be locked up; to one better than thyself thou blockest the way! Let your peace be a victory! Watch Queue Queue An earthly virtue is it which I love: little prudence is therein, and the least everyday wisdom. Create New Account. Many lands saw Zarathustra, and many peoples: no greater power did Zarathustra find on earth than the creations of the loving ones—"good" and "bad" are they called. The creator wished to look away from himself,—thereupon he created the world. To the despisers of the body will I speak a word. Fra i miei scritti sta a sè il mio Zarathustra. 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. I love him who desireth not too many virtues. E questo è molto per un filosofo. "What is good?" Zarathustra's eye had perceived that a certain youth avoided him. I love those that know not how to live except as down-goers, for they are the over-goers. O my friend, man is something that hath to be surpassed. Do not forget thy whip!"—. Ten times must thou laugh during the day, and be cheerful; otherwise thy stomach, the father of affliction, will disturb thee in the night. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. I love the great despisers, because they are the great adorers, and arrows of longing for the other shore. Go not to men, but stay in the forest! 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. As in the sea hast thou lived in solitude, and it hath borne thee up. And rather be angry than abash any one! Courageous, unconcerned, scornful, coercive—so wisdom wisheth us; she is a woman, and ever loveth only a warrior. Così parlò Zarathustra: la consapevolezza si realizza come phatos della distanza. Un libro per tutti e per nessuno (tedesco: Also sprach Zarathustra. And then they disparaged all high hopes. Ah, the filth of soul in the twain! There are the spiritually consumptive ones: hardly are they born when they begin to die, and long for doctrines of lassitude and renunciation. As yet thou art not free; thou still SEEKEST freedom. "Pity is necessary,"—so saith a third party. Zarathustra answered: "My companion is dead; I shall hardly be able to persuade him to eat." It is all poverty and pollution and wretched self-complacency! Or "life eternal"; it is all the same to me—if only they pass away quickly!—. They have left the regions where it is hard to live; for they need warmth. One must be a sea, to receive a polluted stream without becoming impure. 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 the voice of their Will to Power. Loving ones, was it always, and creating ones, that created good and bad. And all that is dear unto you, ye shall first have it commanded unto you. ‎Cosi parlo Zarathustra. Cosa maggiore è che la dottrina propria venga dal. "There they stand," said he to his heart; "there they laugh: they understand me not; I am not the mouth for these ears. But let this be your honour: always to love more than ye are loved, and never be the second. To ascend high mountains to tempt the tempter? On account of those abrupt ones, return into thy security: only in the market-place is one assailed by Yea? Let your love to life be love to your highest hope; and let your highest hope be the highest thought of life! So desireth good sleep. Finally, my brethren, guard against doing wrong to any anchorite. "A bad country for the hungry," said he; "that is why I live here. The one goeth to his neighbour because he seeketh himself, and the other because he would fain lose himself. Would that ye could not endure it with any kind of near ones, or their neighbours; then would ye have to create your friend and his overflowing heart out of yourselves. And what were the ten reconciliations, and the ten truths, and the ten laughters with which my heart enjoyed itself? Well then, my brethren, take the sublime about you, the mantle of the ugly! Scritta da Nietzsche fra il 1883 e il 1885 l'opera si presenta divisa in quattro parti. But around the actors revolve the people and the glory: such is the course of things. Filth is at the bottom of their souls; and alas! "We have discovered happiness"—say the last men, and blink thereby. But it is bad sleeping without a good name and a little treasure. More dangerous have I found it among men than among animals; in dangerous paths goeth Zarathustra. Chi di voi sa a un tempo, “Voi guardate verso l'alto, quando cercate elevazione. But one thing is the thought, another thing is the deed, and another thing is the idea of the deed. Older is the pleasure in the herd than the pleasure in the ego: and as long as the good conscience is for the herd, the bad conscience only saith: ego. "How is it possible that thou hast discovered my soul? Un libro per tutti e per nessuno (tedesco: Also sprach Zarathustra. Ma esso diverrà un giorno povero e debole e nessun albero di alto fusto vi crescerà più. A thousand goals have there been hitherto, for a thousand peoples have there been. Dio è morto è una celebre frase del filosofo tedesco Friedrich Nietzsche, riportata nelle sue opere La gaia scienza e Così parlò Zarathustra.L'espressione vuole rappresentare ermeticamente, sotto forma di metafora o breve aforisma, un avvenimento simbolico ovvero la decadenza del mondo occidentale nell'ultimo squarcio di II millennio. And thus spake Zarathustra unto the people: It is time for man to fix his goal. For ten years hast thou climbed hither unto my cave: thou wouldst have wearied of thy light and of the journey, had it not been for me, mine eagle, and my serpent. "Thy journey is short," said the adder sadly; "my poison is fatal." Books. Art thou a new strength and a new authority? And even in woman's conscious love, there is still always surprise and lightning and night, along with the light. Così parlo Zarathustra. "Thou saidst the truth, Zarathustra. Così parlò Zarathustra: il meglio delle frasi, aforismi, frasi celebri e i più bei pensieri del Libro Così parlò Zarathustra. Now I love God: men, I do not love. Was it not because I loved men far too well? 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. What have we in common with the rose-bud, which trembleth because a drop of dew hath formed upon it? Aye, for the game of creating, my brethren, there is needed a holy Yea unto life: ITS OWN will, willeth now the spirit; HIS OWN world winneth the world's outcast. And also from thee they want Yea or Nay. Among forests and swamps my hunger attacketh me, and late in the night. Look at that poor body! A heretic wilt thou be to thyself, and a wizard and a sooth-sayer, and a fool, and a doubter, and a reprobate, and a villain. Resemble again the tree which thou lovest, the broad-branched one—silently and attentively it o'erhangeth the sea. 135 notes. Much that passed for good with one people was regarded with scorn and contempt by another: thus I found it. 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. Valuing is creating: hear it, ye creating ones! What warrior wisheth to be spared! 2. 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. Skip to main Così parlò Zarathustra. And they laughed among themselves, and put their heads together. 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.". Ah! Vorrei riportare alla vostra attenzione un brano di "Così parlò Zarathustra", di Nietzsche, un grande filosofo tedesco di fine '800. Too proud art thou to kill these sweet-tooths. They dislike, therefore, to hear of 'contempt' of themselves. And lo! Have ye ever cried thus? But to animals belongeth innocence. Still is his soil rich enough for it. Him who now turneth sick, the evil overtaketh which is now the evil: he seeketh to cause pain with that which causeth him pain. he that spake was the buffoon from the tower. Why hath the preying lion still to become a child? Many heavy things are there for the spirit, the strong load-bearing spirit in which reverence dwelleth: for the heavy and the heaviest longeth its strength. Whom do they hate most? Zarathustra he was called; but he hath altered. Or else, they grasp at sweetmeats, and mock at their childishness thereby: they cling to their straw of life, and mock at their still clinging to it. But I will show them unto you in other colours besides. Away from the market-place and from fame taketh place all that is great: away from the market-Place and from fame have ever dwelt the devisers of new values. Free UK delivery on eligible orders. Him who breaketh up their tables of values, the breaker, the lawbreaker:—he, however, is the creator. Sfoglia parole milioni e frasi in tutte le lingue Così parlò Zarathustra (Also sprach Zarathustra), op. Il mondo non è mai stato così rotondo, contraddizione alcuna ti sbarra il passo, il grande passo senza meta , il passo della follia. I love him who scattereth golden words in advance of his deeds, and always doeth more than he promiseth: for he seeketh his own down-going. I love him whose soul is so overfull that he forgetteth himself, and all things are in him: thus all things become his down-going. Book Condition:VERYGOOD. Thirst in the creating one, arrow and longing for the Superman: tell me, my brother, is this thy will to marriage? And if my wisdom should some day forsake me:—alas! It is bad to live in cities: there, there are too many of the lustful. Yea, a hellish artifice hath here been devised, a death-horse jingling with the trappings of divine honours! Verily, men have given unto themselves all their good and bad. I tell you: ye have still chaos in you. Alas, wilt thou now go ashore? "We have discovered happiness,"—say the last men, and blink thereby.—. His wisdom is to keep awake in order to sleep well. Lo, I teach you the Superman: he is that sea; in him can your great contempt be submerged. Thou lonesome one, thou goest the way of the loving one: thou lovest thyself, and on that account despisest thou thyself, as only the loving ones despise. Or take revenge?". Now there danceth a God in me.—. Happy even is he who liveth near this wise man! That they may not quarrel with one another, the good females! I love him who is of a free spirit and a free heart: thus is his head only the bowels of his heart; his heart, however, causeth his down-going. No small art is it to sleep: it is necessary for that purpose to keep awake all day. To him who seeketh to be just from the heart, even the lie becometh philanthropy. Not by wrath, but by laughter, do we slay. To be sure, thou wouldst call it by name and caress it; thou wouldst pull its ears and amuse thyself with it. ", The happiness of man is, "I will." Turning ill and being distrustful, they consider sinful: they walk warily. I love him who laboureth and inventeth, that he may build the house for the Superman, and prepare for him earth, animal, and plant: for thus seeketh he his own down-going. The books written before The Dawn (1880) are not as mature as those written later. They pardon thee in their inmost hearts only—for thine errors. But for what purpose should ye have your pride in the morning and your resignation in the evening? asked Zarathustra. Email or Phone: Password: Forgot account? Così parlò Zarathustra. "Why," said the saint, "did I go into the forest and the desert? Sleep toucheth my mouth, and it remaineth open. 5. Verily, unto such a spirit it is preying, and the work of a beast of prey. there is so much lusting for loftiness! Canst thou be judge for thyself, and avenger of thy law? "That doth not concern me," said the old man sullenly; "he that knocketh at my door must take what I offer him. it loveth to fly away!—may my pride then fly with my folly!". Thus saith the fool: "Association with men spoileth the character, especially when one hath none.". "—must thou say—"I choose your injustice as my allotted portion.". "The yellow ones": so are called the preachers of death, or "the black ones." Significato, recensione, frasi All isolation is wrong": so say the herd. Buy Così parlò Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche (ISBN: 9788818030051) from Amazon's Book Store. This one went forth in quest of truth as a hero, and at last got for himself a small decked-up lie: his marriage he calleth it. I love him whose soul is lavish, who wanteth no thanks and doth not give back: for he always bestoweth, and desireth not to keep for himself. 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. When he had taken his arm from his face he looked at the serpent; and then did it recognise the eyes of Zarathustra, wriggled awkwardly, and tried to get away. Flee, my friend, into thy solitude! And he spake thus to his heart: A light hath dawned upon me: I need companions—living ones; not dead companions and corpses, which I carry with me where I will. Let man fear woman when she hateth: for man in his innermost soul is merely evil; woman, however, is mean. Friedrich W. Nietzsche nella traduzione di Anna Maria Carpi edizione Newton Compton: prefazione. Let your hope say: "May I bear the Superman!". Un libro per tutti e per nessuno (tedesco: Also sprach Zarathustra. Not only onward shalt thou propagate thyself, but upward! ", "A living man and a dead one," said Zarathustra. Where there is still a people, there the state is not understood, but hated as the evil eye, and as sin against laws and customs. Many lands saw Zarathustra, and many peoples: thus he discovered the good and bad of many peoples. But pray tell me, my brethren, if the goal of humanity be still lacking, is there not also still lacking—humanity itself?—. Once they thought of becoming heroes; but sensualists are they now. Ein Buch für … Whom hateth woman most?—Thus spake the iron to the loadstone: "I hate thee most, because thou attractest, but art too weak to draw unto thee. To whom chastity is difficult, it is to be dissuaded: lest it become the road to hell—to filth and lust of soul. But what doth it matter to me about your good people! Who still wanteth to rule? Maintain holy thy highest hope!—. said I. E tempo che l'uomo pianti il seme della sua più alta speranza. So let me tell you the truth! What it suffered and craved, the poor soul interpreted to itself—it interpreted it as murderous desire, and eagerness for the happiness of the knife. "Give us this last man, O Zarathustra,"—they called out—"make us into these last men! Not any more will I discourse unto the people; for the last time have I spoken unto the dead. And thus speak ye of yourselves in your intercourse, and belie your neighbour with yourselves. It is laudable, what they think hard; what is indispensable and hard they call good; and what relieveth in the direst distress, the unique and hardest of all,—they extol as holy. legge A. Cesareni. Shared injustice is half justice. Ah! Books Hello, Sign in. Le più belle frasi di Nietzsche 20 cit. "They are mine animals," said Zarathustra, and rejoiced in his heart. Dopo la morte di Dio, si aprono due possibilità: l’ultimo uomo e il superuomo, opposti. Prime Cart. When the morning dawned, however, Zarathustra found himself in a thick forest, and no path was any longer visible. Now know I well what people sought formerly above all else when they sought teachers of virtue. A mass of diseases that reach out into the world through the spirit; there they want to get their prey. Therefore do I ask my pride to go always with my wisdom! I tell you, however, that his soul wanted blood, not booty: he thirsted for the happiness of the knife! Devise me, then, the justice which acquitteth every one except the judge! And just the same shall man be to the Superman: a laughing-stock, a thing of shame. Do I speak of filthy things? People commended unto Zarathustra a wise man, as one who could discourse well about sleep and virtue: greatly was he honoured and rewarded for it, and all the youths sat before his chair. In wickedness the haughty man and the weakling meet. I learned to fly; since then I do not need pushing in order to move from a spot. Careful, have I found all buyers, and all of them have astute eyes. And here ended the first discourse of Zarathustra, which is also called "The Prologue": for at this point the shouting and mirth of the multitude interrupted him. Bless the cup that is about to overflow, that the water may flow golden out of it, and carry everywhere the reflection of thy bliss! But the state lieth in all languages of good and evil; and whatever it saith it lieth; and whatever it hath it hath stolen. In divining and keeping silence shall the friend be a master: not everything must thou wish to see. I make for my goal, I follow my course; over the loitering and tardy will I leap. How it swalloweth and cheweth and recheweth them! © 1999-2021 | All rights reserved, “Dieci volte al giorno devi superare te stesso: ciò procura una buona, “Si ha sete di lei e mai ci si disseta, si guarda attraverso, “Voi guardate in alto, quando cercate l'elevazione. Not when the truth is filthy, but when it is shallow, doth the discerning one go unwillingly into its waters. I have known noble ones who lost their highest hope. But they have a taste for all representers and actors of great things. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. Then lived they shamelessly in temporary pleasures, and beyond the day had hardly an aim. Then broke the wings of their spirit; and now it creepeth about, and defileth where it gnaweth. I am old enough for it! Otherwise it will haunt thee in the night. But I part from thee; the time hath arrived. "Be at least mine enemy! Ye do not mean to slay, ye judges and sacrificers, until the animal hath bowed its head? See just how it enticeth them to it, the many-too-many! But we awaited thee every morning, took from thee thine overflow and blessed thee for it. I know the hatred and envy of your hearts. Nietzsche, Friedrich. Tell me, ye brethren, who will master it for me? "—thus thinketh every woman when she obeyeth with all her love. I am the leading-string of the ego, and the prompter of its notions.". Exhausted I see thee, by poisonous flies; bleeding I see thee, and torn at a hundred spots; and thy pride will not even upbraid. Sign Up. Laugh not at such marriages! Sick are they always; they vomit their bile and call it a newspaper. Whatever maketh them rule and conquer and shine, to the dismay and envy of their neighbours, they regard as the high and foremost thing, the test and the meaning of all else. Try. What is it that created esteeming and despising and worth and will? Few people know it, but one must have all the virtues in order to sleep well. What is a star? It is not your sin—it is your self-satisfaction that crieth unto heaven; your very sparingness in sin crieth unto heaven! Then he spake thus: Man is a rope stretched between the animal and the Superman—a rope over an abyss. They are the companions and forerunners of such saintship. When he judged himself—that was his supreme moment; let not the exalted one relapse again into his low estate! The furthest ones are they who pay for your love to the near ones; and when there are but five of you together, a sixth must always die. Zarathustra, however, looked at the people and wondered. And thereupon it suffereth, and thinketh how it may put an end thereto—and for that very purpose it IS MEANT to think. And also this parable give I unto you: Not a few who meant to cast out their devil, went thereby into the swine themselves. But now hast thou only thy virtues: they grew out of thy passions. I love the forest. Così parlò Zarathustra. See to it that the life ceaseth which is only suffering! Sombre is human life, and as yet without meaning: a buffoon may be fateful to it. Dei 18 mesi di “gestazione” di Così parlò Zarathustra, Nietzsche ricorda due frutti: la Gaia scienza, «che rivela da cento segni l’arrivo di qualcosa di incomprensibile»; l’Inno alla vita (per coro e orchestra). And all the people exulted and smacked their lips. 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. This world, the eternally imperfect, an eternal contradiction's image and imperfect image—an intoxicating joy to its imperfect creator:—thus did the world once seem to me. To the good warrior soundeth "thou shalt" pleasanter than "I will." "Take what I have! What would be thy happiness if thou hadst not those for whom thou shinest! How I hate him who flieth! Yea, this ego, with its contradiction and perplexity, speaketh most uprightly of its being—this creating, willing, evaluing ego, which is the measure and value of things. I do not like your cold justice; out of the eye of your judges there always glanceth the executioner and his cold steel. And Zarathustra answered them thus: The destroyer of morality, the good and just call me: my story is immoral. Shall I commit adultery? 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». Come, thou cold and stiff companion! There, where the state ceaseth—there only commenceth the man who is not superfluous: there commenceth the song of the necessary ones, the single and irreplaceable melody. And on that account ye had to drink the bitter cup of your love. "—And with every word he came nearer and nearer the first one. Free, dost thou call thyself? Even when thou art gentle towards them, they still feel themselves despised by thee; and they repay thy beneficence with secret maleficence. Blood they would have from thee in all innocence; blood their bloodless souls crave for—and they sting, therefore, in all innocence. "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. Now it waiteth and waiteth,—for what doth it wait? 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.

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