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1. It granted man an absolute value, as opposed to his smallness and accidental occurrence in the flux of becoming and passing away. 1 According to Erich Podach. notes 2, 13, 22, and 23 form a single note in Nietzsche's notebooks-not in that order. The note begins: "Nihilism as a normal conditioll. ' finds no answer. What does nihilism mean? ThaI the highest values devaluate themselves. "It is ambiguous: "A. Nihilism as a sign of increased power of the spirit: active nihilism. "It can be a sign of strength: ..

And what he does not do for himself, he also. does not do for the whole past of mankind: he lets it drop. 22 (Spring-Fall 1887)12 Nihilism. It is ambiguous: A. Nihilism as a sign of increased power of the spirit: as active nihilism. B. Nihilism as decline and recession of the power of the spirit: as passive nihilism. 23 (Spring-Fall 1887)18 Nihilism as a normal condition. It can be a sign of strength: the spirit may have grown so strong that previous goals ("convictions," articles of faith) have 11 In the margin: "Individual goals and their conflict; collective goals versus individual ones.

And what he does not do for himself, he also. does not do for the whole past of mankind: he lets it drop. 22 (Spring-Fall 1887)12 Nihilism. It is ambiguous: A. Nihilism as a sign of increased power of the spirit: as active nihilism. B. Nihilism as decline and recession of the power of the spirit: as passive nihilism. 23 (Spring-Fall 1887)18 Nihilism as a normal condition. It can be a sign of strength: the spirit may have grown so strong that previous goals ("convictions," articles of faith) have 11 In the margin: "Individual goals and their conflict; collective goals versus individual ones.

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