Beyond Good and Evil - Part 6: We Scholars - Chapters 204-213 Summary & Analysis

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Nietzsche believes that experience, particularly bad experience, allows one to seek answers to high questions.

There is much danger in the development of a philosopher. Frequently, a philosopher will pause during education to become a specialist, or perhaps grow too weary to continue. If this is the case, the philosopher will not gain the necessary knowledge to exercise sound judgment. A scientific man is not noble, his virtues are not noble, and he is one who is not self-sufficient or able to be authoritative. However, he is industrious, excepting of his status and rank, aware of his modest talents and the ability to gauge the needs of others.

Although one grows tired of one's own subjectivity and craves an objective spirit, one must be cautious against gratitude and the depersonalization of self. The objective man...

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