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The educational goal is the understanding of the destructive character of Nietzsche's work of writing.
ZARATHUSTRA PHILOSOPHER OF THE FUTURE
The philosopher obeys the truth like a dog the master's voice. In fact, says Plato in the Sophist, the philosopher is like a dog: instead of only arguing according to a corrosive style that destroys the truth, the philosopher "does" something else and more: he "builds" his arguments, he goes back home, to inhabit the building of his master, who is the Good, guards the flock of people, contemplates the presence of what-is. Otherwise behaves the wolf, which for Plato is the zoomorphic double of the sophist, the savage and nomadic predatory animal. Nietzsche, with his Zarathustra, reopens twenty-four centuries after Plato the agonistic question about “who is the philosopher”. Who is the philosopher? Zarathustra walks around , the gates of the city for hours in the howling of the wolves, and his eyes will not let hypnotized by the light of what-is-present, but goes toward an unknown Kinderland, the land of the children to come.
- F. Nietzsche, "Così parlò Zarathustra", Adelphi, Milano.
- M. Heidegger, "Chi è lo Zarathustra di Nietzsche?", in "Saggi e discorsi", Mursia, Milano 2007.
- G. Deleuze, "Nietzsche", SE, Milano 1997.
- E. Bertram, "Nietzsche. Per una mitologia", Il Mulino, Bologna 1988, pp. 183-201, 311-323, 351-360.
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