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  1. Nietzsche had a very fine mental organization. Because of this, it was like a fragile but very sensitive device. That was what made him a genius. When this device failed to withstand the load and broke, it made him crazy. Fanaticism is not about him at all.

  2. Nietzsche was a poet of human greatness, still greatly underestimated, a man who, as I understand it, had a morbid dislike for lies and self-deception, which is why he suffered, not being able to completely overcome human weaknesses in himself.

    For me, Nietzsche is the personification of an intellectual conscience, the baton of which is somewhat milder, but not at all poorer, than Erich Fromm, an equally unappreciated social psychoanalyst.

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