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Zarathustra and the Movement of Conscience

"When Zarathustra enjoins the gathering at the marketplace in what is called the Pied Cow to turn to the overman they cannot hear him. He warns them of the counter-possibility of the last man and they cannot hear him, so they say, “Give us this last man, O Zarathustra”. The poet cannot be understood because they do not have ears to hear him and to hear is to understand."

This essay by Spencer Harris is inspired by our course "Beyond Nihilism".

Zararthustra and the Movement of Conscience Halkyon Academy
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