It is hard to deny the claim that Nietzsche’s thought defies systematic order because it is too manifold, erratic and contradictory. And yet there are central interests, recurring themes and perennial questions which dominate his works. The first phase of his philosophical thought, beginning with the first Basel Lectures and the BT , and ending with Dawn , may be put down to the rubric of the formative question as to the value and meaning of existence.

With this a pattern emerges which Nietzsche was to repeat in questions concerning the meaning of culture, history, science, morality and art: he rejects the usual common-places, then denies that there is a generally binding answer, and demands in everything the productivity of the individual.

This bears the mark of heroism, yet it must lead to the destruction of all previous positions, for there is then nothing more in the world or in some state of affairs which would really be worth our effort. Nietzsche “denudes” and “unmasks” and reduces the pre-dominating views of philosophy, together with everyday beliefs, to trivial motives. “Self-preservation”, “inertia”, “weakness” or “vanity” are motives which Nietzsche invokes all the more gladly, the greater the social prestige of the opinion he seeks to destroy.

Long thought to be a copy of a lost original , veiled with overpainting , it was restored, rediscovered, and included in a major Leonardo exhibition at the National Gallery , London, in 2011–12. Although several leading scholars consider it to be an original work by Leonardo da Vinci, [3] this attribution has been disputed by other specialists. [4]

It is one of fewer than 20 known works by Leonardo , and was the only one to remain in private hands. It was sold at auction by Christie's in New York to Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Farhan [5] on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture & Tourism on 15 November 2017, for $450.3 million, setting a new record for most expensive painting ever sold . [6] [7] The painting is to be on display at the Louvre Abu Dhabi .

Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi may have been painted for Louis XII of France and his consort, Anne of Brittany . [8] It was probably commissioned around 1500, shortly after Louis conquered the Duchy of Milan and took control of Genoa in the Second Italian War . Leonardo himself moved from Milan to Florence in 1500. [9] [10]

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It is hard to deny the claim that Nietzsche’s thought defies systematic order because it is too manifold, erratic and contradictory. And yet there are central interests, recurring themes and perennial questions which dominate his works. The first phase of his philosophical thought, beginning with the first Basel Lectures and the BT , and ending with Dawn , may be put down to the rubric of the formative question as to the value and meaning of existence.

With this a pattern emerges which Nietzsche was to repeat in questions concerning the meaning of culture, history, science, morality and art: he rejects the usual common-places, then denies that there is a generally binding answer, and demands in everything the productivity of the individual.

This bears the mark of heroism, yet it must lead to the destruction of all previous positions, for there is then nothing more in the world or in some state of affairs which would really be worth our effort. Nietzsche “denudes” and “unmasks” and reduces the pre-dominating views of philosophy, together with everyday beliefs, to trivial motives. “Self-preservation”, “inertia”, “weakness” or “vanity” are motives which Nietzsche invokes all the more gladly, the greater the social prestige of the opinion he seeks to destroy.

It is hard to deny the claim that Nietzsche’s thought defies systematic order because it is too manifold, erratic and contradictory. And yet there are central interests, recurring themes and perennial questions which dominate his works. The first phase of his philosophical thought, beginning with the first Basel Lectures and the BT , and ending with Dawn , may be put down to the rubric of the formative question as to the value and meaning of existence.

With this a pattern emerges which Nietzsche was to repeat in questions concerning the meaning of culture, history, science, morality and art: he rejects the usual common-places, then denies that there is a generally binding answer, and demands in everything the productivity of the individual.

This bears the mark of heroism, yet it must lead to the destruction of all previous positions, for there is then nothing more in the world or in some state of affairs which would really be worth our effort. Nietzsche “denudes” and “unmasks” and reduces the pre-dominating views of philosophy, together with everyday beliefs, to trivial motives. “Self-preservation”, “inertia”, “weakness” or “vanity” are motives which Nietzsche invokes all the more gladly, the greater the social prestige of the opinion he seeks to destroy.

Long thought to be a copy of a lost original , veiled with overpainting , it was restored, rediscovered, and included in a major Leonardo exhibition at the National Gallery , London, in 2011–12. Although several leading scholars consider it to be an original work by Leonardo da Vinci, [3] this attribution has been disputed by other specialists. [4]

It is one of fewer than 20 known works by Leonardo , and was the only one to remain in private hands. It was sold at auction by Christie's in New York to Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Farhan [5] on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture & Tourism on 15 November 2017, for $450.3 million, setting a new record for most expensive painting ever sold . [6] [7] The painting is to be on display at the Louvre Abu Dhabi .

Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi may have been painted for Louis XII of France and his consort, Anne of Brittany . [8] It was probably commissioned around 1500, shortly after Louis conquered the Duchy of Milan and took control of Genoa in the Second Italian War . Leonardo himself moved from Milan to Florence in 1500. [9] [10]

It is hard to deny the claim that Nietzsche’s thought defies systematic order because it is too manifold, erratic and contradictory. And yet there are central interests, recurring themes and perennial questions which dominate his works. The first phase of his philosophical thought, beginning with the first Basel Lectures and the BT , and ending with Dawn , may be put down to the rubric of the formative question as to the value and meaning of existence.

With this a pattern emerges which Nietzsche was to repeat in questions concerning the meaning of culture, history, science, morality and art: he rejects the usual common-places, then denies that there is a generally binding answer, and demands in everything the productivity of the individual.

This bears the mark of heroism, yet it must lead to the destruction of all previous positions, for there is then nothing more in the world or in some state of affairs which would really be worth our effort. Nietzsche “denudes” and “unmasks” and reduces the pre-dominating views of philosophy, together with everyday beliefs, to trivial motives. “Self-preservation”, “inertia”, “weakness” or “vanity” are motives which Nietzsche invokes all the more gladly, the greater the social prestige of the opinion he seeks to destroy.

Long thought to be a copy of a lost original , veiled with overpainting , it was restored, rediscovered, and included in a major Leonardo exhibition at the National Gallery , London, in 2011–12. Although several leading scholars consider it to be an original work by Leonardo da Vinci, [3] this attribution has been disputed by other specialists. [4]

It is one of fewer than 20 known works by Leonardo , and was the only one to remain in private hands. It was sold at auction by Christie's in New York to Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Farhan [5] on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture & Tourism on 15 November 2017, for $450.3 million, setting a new record for most expensive painting ever sold . [6] [7] The painting is to be on display at the Louvre Abu Dhabi .

Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi may have been painted for Louis XII of France and his consort, Anne of Brittany . [8] It was probably commissioned around 1500, shortly after Louis conquered the Duchy of Milan and took control of Genoa in the Second Italian War . Leonardo himself moved from Milan to Florence in 1500. [9] [10]

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