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  1. This is a person who is obsessed with the thirst for knowledge for the sake of knowledge itself – and in the end, when there is nothing left to know-who strives to know what can only go to the detriment.�

    So, in the end, he wants Hell – this is the last knowledge that fascinates him.

    Nietzsche, of course, knew nothing about the atomic bomb. But if we imagine that the atomic bomb is being developed solely because it is interesting and possible in principle to arrange a universal exterminatus, then we will imagine a Don Juan of knowledge who has reached the end point in his search.

  2. Nietzsche was not faithful to any particular idea – he did not believe in absolute eternal truth and was generally a critic and subverter of any concept – he questioned everything, even his views of yesterday. This is Nietzsche's characteristic – A snake that cannot change its skin dies. So is the spirit that is not allowed to change its beliefs. These words of his speak eloquently of him as a wandering spirit, for whom there is and cannot be anything to stop at. Nietzsche's metaphysical consolation is not in the absolute, but in the changeable. This is the essence of the way of Don Juan-eternal insatiability and eternal search for new things, eternal variability, from the word treason. The only difference between these Don Juans is in the subject of research, knowledge – if the latter “worked” in the sexual sphere, then Nietzschevsky – in the metaphysical one. Nihilism is like disbelief in eternal love and in eternal Truth in both, respectively.

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