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Referencia : 40370

(1869)

‎1): Die hesiodische Theogonie ... + 2): Anacreontis Teii... + 3) Nitzsche, Rich., questionum Eudocianarum... + 4) Theognidis Elegiae... + 5) Bernays, Jacob, die Heraklitischen Briefe... + 6) Die harmonischen Fragmente des Aristoxenus... + 7) Rohde, Er... - [COLLECTION OF EIGHT OF NIETZCHE'S EARLIEST PUBLICATIONS]‎

‎Leipzig, Avenarius, 1869, 1869, 1870. 4to. All bound together in a very nice recent stiff marbled paper-binding in old style with a gilt leather title-label to front board. The brownish nuances of the binding-paper perfectly matches the old red edges of the contents. An exceedingly nice set with only minor scattered brownspotting, mostly to general title-pages. Bound with all three generel title-pages for ""Literarisches Centralblatt fÃŒr Deutschland. Herausgegeben von Friedrich Zarncke"", 1868, 1869, 1870, as well as the contents-leaves for all three volumes, and all six numbers of ""Literarisches Centralblatt"" in their entirety. In all: X pp. + pp. (465) -496 + pp. (1209) - 1232 + pp. (1297) - 1328 + XI, (I) pp. + pp. (129) - 160) + pp. (409) - 440 + XI, (I) pp. + pp. (1001) - 1024. The Nietzsche-articles: (1868:) Nr. 15: pp. 481-82 + Nr. 45: p.1224 + Nr. 48: p. 1309 + (1869:) Nr. 6: pp. 144 + Nr. 6: p. 145 + Nr. 6: p. 146 + Nr. 15: pp. 426-27 + (1870:) Nr. 37: pp. (1101-2).(N.B. the pp. that are not in Roman numerals recte = columns).‎


‎Exceedingly scarce collection of the first printings of eight of Nietzsche's earliest publications, including his second publication, which was only preceded by his ""Zur Geschichte der Theognidischen Spruchsammlung"" in Rheinisches Museum, from 1867. The present collection constitutes all that Nietzsche published in ""Literarisches Centralblatt"", being the entire collection of the Reviews. The first seven are signed ""Fr. N."" and the last is signed ""F.N."".Nietzsche began studying philology at the University of Bonn in the winter semester og 1864/65 and quickly became a prize student. His university studies were fairly quickly interrupted, though, as he spent a year in the Prussian Artillary, from October 1867. After about half a year, he was seriously injured and had to spend the last five months there as a reconvalescent. Nonetheless this year did not mean a brek in Nietzsche's studies, quite the contary. Already in April 1868, before his injury (in May), he published his first book review, namely that of Schoemann's work on ""Die hesiodische Theogonie"", which had just appeared. And after the injury, he naturally had even more time for studying at his disposal"" ""Nietzsche's protracted recovery from his military injuries allowed him considerable time to study and to take on other scholarly duties, one of which was to write book reviews for a teacher, Friedrich Zarncke, who edited the ""Literarisches Centralblatt"". Nietzsche had been assigned the entire field of Greek philosophy - excepting only Aristotle - and this provide him with the opportunity for eight brief appearances in print between 1868 and 1870."" (Schaberg, The Nietzsche Canon, p. 10).It is of great interest to see the young Nietzsche as the sober, upbuilding philological book reviewer, who minutely and fairly describes new books within his field. For instance he writes about Schoemann's book: ""In dieser energischen und ausfÃŒhrlichen Polemik ruht vornehmlich der Werth dieses Buches: obschon wir auch an der reinlichen Darlegung der SchÃmann'schen Hypothese sowie an dem sorgfÀltig gearbeiteten wesentlich mythologischen Commentar unsere Freude haben..."", even though it lacks a critical apparatus... Or about Nitzche's ""Quaestionum Eudocianarum"" he writes ""Der Verf. der forliegenden Dissertation hat das Verdienst, auf einem abgelegenen Felde mehrere unverwerfliche Bausteine mitgeschickter Hand zusammengebracht zu haben, ohne dass es ihm gelungen wÀre, durch eine nach allen Seiten hin Licht werfende Hypothese sein gewonnenes Material zu verwerthen."" The most interesting of the riview is probably the seventh, that on the doctoral dissertation of Erwin Rohde, ""ÃŒber Lucian's Schrift..."", which was published by Engelmann in Leipzig. Erwin Rohde was Nietzsche's best friend at the University of Leipzig. They were close friends for many years. It was probably due to the present positive review of Rohde's dissertation, that he (Rohde) later wrote his defense of Nietzsche's first book, ""Geburt der TragÃdie"" - the only academic defense of the work that appeared. It was to Engelmann, who had published Rohde's dissertation, that Nietzsche first offered ""Geburt der TragÃdie"" in 1871. Nietzsche ends his review of Rohde's work with the words ""- In Summa: man trifft in der gegenwÀrtigen Gelehrten Welt die glÃŒckliche Vereinigung von grÃŒndlichen Wissen, dialektscher Energie und kÃŒnstlerischem Geschmack nicht zu oft, um nicht der classischen Philologie zu dieser neuen JÃŒngerschaft ausdrÃŒcklich zu gratulieren."" Schaberg 1-8.‎

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(1886)

‎Also sprach Zarathustra. Ein Buch fÃŒr Alle und Keinen. In drei Theilen. - [INTRODUCING THE CONCEPT OF ""SUPERMAN""]‎

‎Leipzig, Fritzsch, (1886) - [text recte 1883-84]. Lex 8vo. A magnificent copy, completely uncut in the original printed wrappers. Wrappers, also the spine almost completely intact, merely missing a few tiny pieces at extremities. Spine with three vertical ""breaks"", but still tight. Front wrappers loosening at hinge. Front wrapper with a couple of creases to lower right corner, strengthened from the verso at the bottom. A bookseller's stamp to inside of front wrapper: ""Libreria Napoli. F. Furchheim"". Housed in a custom-made marbled paper-slip-case, matching the colouring of the wrappers, with a gilt leather title-lable to spine. 114" (4), 103, (1)" (4), 119, (1) pp.‎


‎A truly splendid copy, in completely original state, of the first edition, title-issue, of Nietzsche's main work in which the concept of the ""Superman"" (or ""Overman"") in introduced. This is actually the first printings of these three parts, but the many remainders were sold and issued with a new title-page (with no year, but 1886). Only 45 copies of the exceedingly scarce privately printed fourth part were issued, the first trade edition of which is from 1892.""These books present several historical problems but none more confusing than their publication dates. It is difficult to determine when - and in some cases, if - the books were ever released for public sale..."" (Schaberg, p. 88). It is difficult to overestimate the impact of Nietzsche's magnum opus. With this work he realizes his ideal of the poet-philosopher. It is, at the same time, a towering literary achievement and the most profound inquiry in the key notions of his philosophy (the Superman, the eternal return of the same).Schaberg: 45.‎

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Referencia : 41471

(1870)

‎Analecta Laertiana. [Extract from: Rheinishes Museum fÃŒr Philologie, Vol. XXV. Herausgegeben von F.G. Welcker und F. Ritschl].‎

‎(Frankfurt am Main, Verlag von Johann David SauerlÀnder, 1870). 8vo. Bound in a very nice recent marbled paper binding with gilt leather title-label to front board. Pp. (217) - 231. The paper is extremely brittle and cracks very easily, thus a few smaller marginal pieces of paper have chipped off, no loss of lettering.‎


‎Rare first edition of one of Nietzsche's earliest publications, his ingenious and daring philological essay on six disputed passages of Diogenes Laertius' ""Lives of the Philosophers"", his favoured philological topic. Nietzsche's first published work was a philological essay published in 1867 in the respected journal of classical studies, the ""Rheinisches Museaum fÃŒr Philologie"". That article, published on the urging of his teacher, appeared when Nietzsche had merely been studying philology for a couple of years. Nietzsche began studying philology at the University of Bonn in the winter semester og 1864/65 and quickly became a prize student. His university studies were fairly quickly interrupted, though, as he spent a year in the Prussian Artillary, from October 1867. After about half a year, he was seriously injured and had to spend the last five months there as a reconvalescent. Nonetheless this year did not mean a break in Nietzsche's studies, quite the contrary. Already in April 1868, before his injury (in May), he published his first book review, namely that of Schoemann's work on ""Die hesiodische Theogonie"", which had just appeared. And after the injury, he naturally had even more time for studying at his disposal"" ""Nietzsche's protracted recovery from his military injuries allowed him considerable time to study and to take on other scholarly duties⊠(Schaberg, The Nietzsche Canon, p. 10).Following his important ""On the Sources of Diogenes Laertius"" from 1869-69, Nietzsche publishes this present article on the same subject, focusing on a different part, in 1870. ""[I]t is uncertain whether all of these articles [i.e. in the Rheinisches Museum] were issued individually and there is no evidence in Nietzsche's letters to suggest the standard offprint policies of Rheinisches Museum at the time."" (Schaberg, p. 13). Schaberg 13‎

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Referencia : 41472

(1868)

‎BeitrÀge zur Kritik der griechischen Lyriker. [Extract from: Rheinishes Museum fÃŒr Philologie, Vol. XXIII. Herausgegeben von F.G. Welcker und F. Ritschl]. - [NIETZSCHE'S THIRD PUBLICATION]‎

‎(Frankfurt am Main, Verlag von Johann David SauerlÀnder, 1868). 8vo. Bound in a very nice recent marbled paper binding with gilt leather title-label to front board. Pp. 479 - 489. The paper is extremely brittle and cracks very easily, thus a few smaller marginal pieces of paper have chipped off, no loss of lettering. One small piece with a few letters is chipped off, but the piece is present and no part of lettering is missing.‎


‎The scarce first printing of Nietzsche's third publication, the second of his philological essays. Nietzsche's first published work was a philological essay published in 1867 in the respected journal of classical studies, the ""Rheinisches Museaum fÃŒr Philologie"". That article, published on the urging of his teacher, appeared when Nietzsche had merely been studying philology for a couple of years. Nietzsche began studying philology at the University of Bonn in the winter semester of 1864/65 and quickly became a prize student. His university studies were fairly quickly interrupted, though, as he spent a year in the Prussian Artillary, from October 1867. After about half a year, he was seriously injured and had to spend the last five months there as a reconvalescent. ""In the same month he was injured, Nietzsche's second philological essay, ""Contribution Towards a Critique of the Greek Lyric Poets""[ BeitrÀge zur Kritik der griechischen Lyriker], was published in the ""Rheinisches Museum"". The essay examined the text, verse structure, and meter of Simonides' ""Greek Lament"" in an attempt to restore it to the poet's original meaning and intent. ""[I]t is uncertain whether all of these articles [i.e. in the Rheinisches Museum] were issued individually and there is no evidence in Nietzsche's letters to suggest the standard offprint policies of Rheinisches Museum at the time."" (Schaberg, p. 13). Schaberg 10‎

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(1868)

‎De Laertii Diogenis fontibus. I-VI. [Extract from: Rheinishes Museum fÃŒr Philologie, Vol. XXIII + XXIV. Herausgegeben von F.G. Welcker und F. Ritschl]. - [NIETZSCHE'S FOURTH PUBLICATION]‎

‎Frankfurt am Main, Verlag von Johann David SauerlÀnder, 1868-69. 8vo. Bound with the general title-pages to both volumes of Rheinishes Museum in a very nice recent marbled paper binding with gilt leather title-label to front board. (Vol. XXIII:) pp. (632) - 653 + (Vol. XXIV:) pp. (181) - 228. The paper is extremely brittle and cracks very easily, thus there are a few smaller marginal tears, no loss of lettering and occassional marginal chipping, far from affecting text.‎


‎The scarce first printing of Nietzsche's fourth publication, the third of his philological essays and his most comprehensive, dealing with the question of the sources for Diogenes' work ""The Lives of the Philosophers"", Nietzsche's main interest at the time and the question that took up most of his philological research. It is in this work that Nietzsche concludes that Diogenes had two sources, namely Diocles of Magnesia and Favorinus of Arles.Nietzsche's first published work was a philological essay published in 1867 in the respected journal of classical studies, the ""Rheinisches Museaum fÃŒr Philologie"". That article, published on the urging of his teacher, appeared when Nietzsche had merely been studying philology for a couple of years. Nietzsche began studying philology at the University of Bonn in the winter semester of 1864/65 and quickly became a prize student. His university studies were fairly quickly interrupted, though, as he spent a year in the Prussian Artillary, from October 1867. After about half a year, he was seriously injured and had to spend the last five months there as a reconvalescent. Nonetheless this year did not mean a break in Nietzsche's studies, quite the contrary. Already in April 1868, before his injury (in May), he published his first book review, namely that of Schoemann's work on ""Die hesiodische Theogonie"", which had just appeared. And after the injury, he naturally had even more time for studying at his disposal"" ""Nietzsche's protracted recovery from his military injuries allowed him considerable time to study and to take on other scholarly duties...(Schaberg, p. 10).""By September of 1868, Nietzsche's studies had produced the first half of a two-part, entitled ""On the Sources of Diogenes Laertius"" (""De Laertii Diogenis fontibus""), which was published in Ritschl's journal. Diogenes Laertius, the third-century author of Lives of the Philosophers, and the question of his sources was Nietzsche's main ongoing interest and the topic represented well over half of his philological publications. Ritschl had been aware of this interest, and he actually encouraged the writing of the article by his most brilliant pupil by designing a school competition with ""The Sources of Diogenes Laertius"" as the recommended topic. Nietzsche, who had been working hard on these studies for several years, won the competition easily."" (Schaberg, p.11)De Laertii Diogenis fontibus was published the year Nietzsche finished his studies and meet Richard Wagner for the first time. The following year, in 1869, Nietzsche intensive studies bore fruit and he was appointed professor of classical philology at the University of Basel. To this day, Nietzsche is still among the youngest of the tenured Classics professors on record. Nietzsche's interest in classical studies did however not last and ""By early January of 1871, Nietzsche was sufficiently disillusioned with philology to apply for the chair of philosophy at Basel, proposing his friend Rhode for his own position. The request was denied but the refusal did little to delay the end of Nietzsche's classical career."" (Schaberg 14 pp). ""[I]t is uncertain whether all of these articles [i.e. in the Rheinisches Museum] were issued individually and there is no evidence in Nietzsche's letters to suggest the standard offprint policies of Rheinisches Museum at the time."" (Schaberg, p. 13). Schaberg 11 - 12‎

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Referencia : 41473

(1870)

‎Der Florentinische Tractat ÃŒber Homer und Hesiod, ihr Geschlecht und ihren Wettkampf. I-V. [Extract from: Rheinishes Museum fÃŒr Philologie, Vol. XXV + XXVIII. Herausgegeben von F.G. Welcker und F. Ritschl]. - [ENDING THE TRADITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP]‎

‎Frankfurt am Main, Verlag von Johann David SauerlÀnder, 1870-73. 8vo. Bound with the general title-pages to both volumes of Rheinishes Museum in a very nice recent marbled paper binding with gilt leather title-label to front board. (Vol. XXV:) pp. (528) - 540 + (Vol. XXVII:) pp. (211) - 249. The paper is extremely brittle and cracks very easily, thus there are a few smaller marginal tears, no loss of lettering. Occassinal light pencil-underlinings in text.‎


‎The rare first edition of Nietzsche's important last piece of traditional scholarship, the final of his earliest publications. ""By early January of 1871, Nietzsche was sufficiently disillusioned with philology to apply for the chair of philosophy at Basel, proposing his friend Rhode for his own position. The request was denied but the refusal did little to delay the end of Nietzsche's classical career. All of his philological works were published prior to the appearance of The Birth of Tragedy (January 1872) except for the last article, the second haft of Der Florentinische Tractat ÃŒber Homer und Hesiod, dated August 1872, which appeared in February of 1873. It was the last piece of traditional classical Scholarship that Nietzsche published."" (Schaberg 13-14 pp.)""Both Wagner and Cosima found several of Nietzsche's works especially enriching [...]. Wagner was also familiar with Nietzsche's scholarship on the epic poets Hesiod and Homer, through his work on the Florentine Manuscript Concerning Homer and Hesiod, Ancestry and their Contest."" (Foster, Daniel. Wagner's Ring Cycle and the Greeks, Cambridge University Press"" 2010, pp. 279-80).""In later years, Nietzsche was understandably dismissive of his philological works. He once wrote to Georg Brandes that ""there are of course, also ""Philologica"" by me but that need not concern either of us anymore."" Cartainly this was true in 1888, but twenty years earlier when these articles were published, they were of major personal importance. Nietzsche's mentor Ritschl used the first four articles as justification for the recommendation that resulted in Nietzsche's spectacularly early appointment to Basel as professor at the age of twenty-four. Ritschl then went further and allowed the articles to be accepted as the dissertation requirement for Nietzsche's doctorate, which was offered without oral examination on 23 March 1869."" (Schaberg, p. 13).""[I]t is uncertain whether all of these articles [i.e. in the Rheinisches Museum] were issued individually and there is no evidence in Nietzsche's letters to suggest the standard offprint policies of Rheinisches Museum at the time."" (Schaberg, p. 13). Schaberg 14+16‎

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Referencia : 43879

(1898)

‎Gedichte und SprÃŒche. - [FRIEDRICH JODL'S COPY]‎

‎Leipzig, Naumann, 1898. Small 8vo. Uncut in the original green printed wrappers. Spine with a bit of wear and minor wear to extremities. A very fine and clean copy in the scarce original wrappers. A 4-line presentation-inscription by Friedrich Jodl to front free end-paper, dated ""23.8.98"".‎


‎The rare first edition of Nietzsche's poems and maxims, the first complete collection of his poetry, which furthermore constitutes the first appearance of all nine, properly corrected, ""Dionysian Dithyrambs"" in one volume.This one of 1.000 copies printed of the first run, without ""Second Edition"" on the title-page, as the other 1.000 copies of the first edition had. According to Elizabeth FÃrster-Nietzsche, Nietzsche's sister who has assembled the present collection ""[t]his collection of poems and maxims shows the entire poetic development of my brother over a period of 30 years. It begins at a time when the earliest stuttering poetical expression has been overcome and ends with the highest rising of the poetic spirit, who in order to find words can now only speak in dithyrambs."" (own translation, from the Introduction, p. [XIII]). Numerous of the poems have never been printed before, and many are printed from the original manuscripts, which Elizabeth had in her possession.Though Nietzsche is primarily understood and remembered as one of the greatest philosophers of all times, his poems occupy a central place in his literary production and many of them (e.g. the Dithyrambs) are intimately linked with the philosophy for which he is so famous today. Furthermore, the present volume underlines the popular modern view of Nietzsche as the not only philosophical, but also literary and artistic genious. The first edition of the work is difficult to find and is rarely seen for sale.THE PRESENT COPY HAS BELONGED TO FREIDRICH JODL (1849-1914), the famous German philosopher and contemporary of Nietzsche, and bears his signature as well as a 4-line dated presentation-inscription to front free end-paper. Jodl ranks as one of the most significant representatives of German expressionism and is still remembered for his original ontological works with their constant focus on empiricism as the only true strand of philosophy. He has also written a number of important works within the history of philosophy and ethics, psychology and aesthetics, which for decades counted as standard works, and he is among the first to develop the intellectual environment that ultimately led to, among many other things, the founding of the Vienna Circle. His main task was to develop and spread a purely naturalistic ethics free of any religious or metaphysical elements, and he is considered a modern ""Enlightenment philosopher"", whose consistent empiricism, well-founded philosophical ideas, optimistic theories of culture, ethics, the value of life & the progress of man inspired many later thinkers and furthermore helped promote important political and social ideas, such as free popular education, etc. His main works, which are now standard works within ethics and psychology, and which were printed over and over again, are ""Geschichte der Ethik als philosophischer Wissenschaft"", in which he presents man's cultural development as the process of liberation from religious and metaphysical ideas and the change from a theocentric to an anthropocentric foundation of ethics. This work is followed up by his purely epirically founded ""Lehrbuch der Psychologie"", which grounds the same ideas psychologically. After having been Privatdzent in Munich, he was named professor of philosophy at the German University in Prague, and in 1896 he accepted a professorship of philosophy at the University of Vienna. He was greatly successful in Vienna and was considered the most prominent liberal professor here, whose numerous lectures and articles against the reigning ""Ultramintanismus"" and the clerical influence in schools and universities found great resonance with scholars and students. He had a huge number of followers, not only at the university, but also in the public, as a political figure as well. He is partly to thank for the emergence of an intellectual climate in Vienna in the 20th century, which later led to Neopositivism and the founding of the Vienna Circle.""We need no other mediator between us and nature except our understanding and a courageous will, nor any mystery behind nature to console us for her"" we are alone with nature, and we feel secure because we possess intellect and she behaves according to laws"" (Jodl, Vom wahren und vom falschen Idealismus, p. 40). ‎

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(1889)

‎GÃtzen-DÀmmerung oder Wie man mit dem Hammer philosophiert. + Dionysos-Dithyramben. - [WHAT DOES NOT KILL ME ONLY MAKES ME STRONGER]‎

‎Leipzig, C.G. Naumann, 1889 + (1890 - released 1892). 8vo. Very nice contemporary half calf with five raised bands, gilt ornamentations, and gilt lettered title to spine. Double gilt lines to boards. A bit of wear to capitals and corners. A nice, clean, and tight copy. Internally fresh and clean, uncut. (8), 144 pp. + 21, (1) pp., 1 f. (contents).‎


‎The scarce first edition of the epitome of Nietzsche's final project -a re-valuation of all values (""Eine Umwerthung aller Werthe""), -his hugely interesting ""declaration of war"" (preface p. (4): ""Diese Schrift ist eine grosse KriegserklÀrung""), which was written during his last productive year, just before his big breakdown in Turin. - Bound together with the first printing of the ""Dionysian Dithyrambs"", which appeared as a separate appendix to the fourth part of ""Also sprach Zarathustra"".""GÃtzen-DÀmmerung"" (""The Twilight of the Idols"") must be said to constitute the culmination of the production of this giant of philosophy, who turned mad after having finished it.Early in 1889 Nietzsche began to exhibit signs of serious mental illness, and in Turin he finally broke down, and was brought back to Basel by his friends. ""The Twilight of the Idols"" was released merely a few weeks after this collapse, and Nietzsche never wrote again.Nietzsche had 1.000 copies of the work privately printed. The work is considered one of his most popular, and it is here that we find some of the most frequently quoted passages from the works of Nietzsche, e.g. ""What does not kill me, only makes me stronger"" (p.2.: ""Was mich nicht umbringt, macht mich stÀrker"").The Twilight was meant as an introduction to, or summary of, Nietzshe's philosophy, and as such it is one of his most interesting works. It is written almost as in a rage of fever -in only about a week-, and as he himself states at the end of the preface: ""Turin, am 30. September 1888, am Tage, da das erste Buch der Umwerthung aller Werthe zu ende kam."" (i.e. ""Turin, on September 30. 1888, on the day that the first book on the re-valuation of all value came to an end.""). This highly polemical work makes clear reference to Wagner's opera ""GÃtterdÀmmerung"", and it presents us with a sharp critique of the most influential philosophers in history, e.g. Kant, Plato, Socrates, and of Christianity in general, but also the likes of Rousseau, Hugo, Renan, Mill, Darwin, Dante etc. are attacked as the causes of cultural decadence in Europe, and only the likes of Caesar, Napoleon, Dostojevski, Goethe and Thukydides represent the opposite -healthy and strong- strand.Nobody who had read this work could have been surprised with the mental collapse of the author.Of the 1.000 copies, 659 still remained unsold by October 1893.Though Nietzsche is primarily understood and remembered as one of the greatest philosophers of all times, his poems occupy a central place in his literary production and many of them (e.g. the Dithyrambs) are intimately linked with the philosophy, for which he is so famous today. The first printing of the ""Dionysian Dithyrambs"" furthermore occupies a central place in the legendary feud over the rights to his works that emerged after his break-down. Nietzshe no longer had any say in the matter of which or where his remaining works were to be printed, and a complicated struggle over the right to decide over these works begins to unfold with the printing of these first six ""Dionysian Dithyrambs"".""The first of the ""books"" to be published without his editorial corrections was actually a collection of nine poems, entitled ""Dionysian Dithyrambs"", which Nietzsche had gathered together during the last few months of 1888. One of them, ""Last Will"" (""Letzter Wille""), had originally been composed in 1883... The remaining five poems [being the five that are present here, together with ""Last Will""] also saw their first drafts during the ""Zarathustra"" period but did not receive their final revisions until 1888... He prepared the manuscript for printing and composed a dedication on 1 January 1889, but then decided to withhold it temporarily for future publication. Shortly thereafter he was insane. One year later, Gast and Naumann decided to publish the poems in same volume as the first public edition ""Zarathustra IV"" and because three of the poems already appeared in the text - albeit in a slightly revised format - they elected to print the other six poems in an addendum entitled ""Dionysian Dithyrambs"". But what started out as a simple publishing venture soon became the focal point of a complicated struggle to decide who would control the contents and the timing of the publication of Nietzshe's literary estate... Naumann had finished the printing of ""Zarathustra IV"" - which included the addendum of six ""Dinysian Dithyrambs""...on 23 November 1890, with every intention of introducing the work at the Easter Book Fair of 1891. But on 24 March and again on 29 March, Franziska wrote to Overbeck pleading that the work not be published. On 1 April, Gast received a similar letter. Naumann was sent a telegram demanding that he withhold ""Zarathustra IV"" until the issues of blasphemey and liability could be settled. On 13 April, the publisher reluctantly agreed to postpone publication until these issues were resolved.Elisabeth took this opportunity to begin searching for a new publisher who would assume responsibility for all of her brother's works, including the remaining copies that he had paid to have self-published. Negotiations dragged on for months as Elisabeth continued to browbeat Naumann on a number of issues. Finally, on 9 February 1892, a contract was signed in which C.G. Naumann gained control of all of Nietzsche's previously published works... The ""Dionysian Dithyrambs"" appeared as an addendum to the fourth part of ""Zarathustra IV"", which had been printed in late 1890, and were finally released to the public in March of 1892...Publication of all nine poems - with the proper revisions - had to wait another six years..."" (Schaberg: pp. 173-177).As mentioned, the ""Dionysian Dithyrambs"" were published as an appendix (with its own title-page) to ""Also sprach Zarathustra IV"". The work was published in 1.000 copies (printed in late 1890)" by October 1893, 171 copies still remained unsold.Twilight of the Idols: Schaberg: 56Dionysian Dithyrambs: Schaberg: 58‎

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Referencia : 45438

(1873)

‎UnzeitgemÀsse Betrachtungen. Erstes StÃŒck: David Strauss. Der Bekenner und der Schriftsteller. + Zweites StÃŒck: Vom Nutzen und Nachteil. Der Historie fÃŒr das Leben. - [POLEMIZING AGAINST EUROPEAN CULTURE]‎

‎Leipzig, Fritzsch, 1873 + 1874. 8vo. Both works bound together in a nice contemporary brown half calf with gilding to spine. Binding very nice, clean, and tight. Internally quite a bit of brownspotting to first and last leaves of each work. (2), 101, (1) pp. + 111, (1) pp.‎


‎First editions, first issues of these two separate works that make up the first two parts of the ""Untimely Observations"", which was originally intended by Nietzsche to be a series of thirteen separate works gathered together under this common title. The ambitious project didn't come about as intended, and only four works appered in the series. ""Nietzsche actually produced four of these compositions before abandoning the plan, although it is evident that his heart was no longer in the series after the publication of the third essay."" (Schaberg, p. 32). Of each of the two works, 1.000 copies were printed. Of the first 483 remained unsold, and this is this one of 517 copies. Of the second, 778 remained unsold, and this is thus one of merely 222 copies. The ""Observations"" were to deal with aspects of contemporary European culture, with a focus on German culture. The first works of the series combine the Nietzsche that we know from e.g. ""The Birth of Tragedy"" with an early polemical style that properly comes to live in his later works. Especially the first of the ""Observations"", the fierce attack on ""David Strauss, the Confessor and Writer"" is considered one of Nietzsche's most humorous works and a prime example of his early polemical style. He attacks Strauss, accusing him of being a philistine of pseudo-culture, and his latest work ""The Old and the New Faith: A Confession"" from 1871, taking it to be an example of the German thought of the time, and accuses it of being a vulgar reading of history in the service of a degenerate culture.In the second of the ""Observations"", ""On the Use and Abuse of History for Life"", Nietsche introduces his attack on classic humanism and presents his own alternative way of interpreting history. With his attacks on the historicism of man and his view of history as such, this constitutes one of Nietzsche's most interesting works and the one that best captures his concept of ""untimeliness"". Schaberg 23a. + 25a‎

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‎NIETZSCHE - VAIHINGER, HANS.‎

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(1916)

‎Nietzsche als Philosoph. Vierte vom Verfasser durchges. Aufl.‎

‎Berlin, 1916. Orig. wrappers. Back worn and with tears. With dedication from the author to Dr. Koppelmann on frontwrapper. 80 pp.‎


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