Remain true to the earth: home and wandering in Nietzsche

Bishop, P. (2011) Remain true to the earth: home and wandering in Nietzsche. Spring Journal, 85,

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Shall I ever reach it? Doubt upon doubt. The goal is too far, and if one manages to reach it, one has usually also consumed one’s energies in the long searching and struggle: one attains one’s freedom and is weary like a mayfly in the evening. —Nietzsche to Carl von Gersdorff, 1 April 1874 My soul, where are you? Do you hear me? I speak, I call you—are you there? I have returned, I am here again. I have shaken the dust of all the lands from my feet, and I have come to you, I am with you. After long years of wandering, I have come to you again. Should I tell you everything I have seen, experienced, and drunk in? Or do you not want to hear about all the noise of life and the world? But one thing you must know: the one thing I have learned is that one must live this life. —Jung, Th

Item Type:Articles
Additional Information:ISBN: 9781935528142 <br>On home and the wanderer</br>
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Bishop, Professor Paul
Authors: Bishop, P.
Subjects:B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
College/School:College of Arts & Humanities > School of Modern Languages and Cultures > German
Journal Name:Spring Journal
Publisher:Spring Journal, Inc.
Published Online:01 January 2011

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