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Leo Strauss and Nietzsche (1996)
- Nietzsche’s arrival in modern philosophy signaled an unprecedented necessity: “probity”, “intellectual conscience”, Enlightenment radicalized by a new bravery that scorns any comforts like God.
- p. 5
- How can historicism consistently exempt itself from its own verdict that all human thought is historical?
- p. 6
- Strauss’ whole study indicates that noble nature as Nietzsche presents it—no, embodies it—replaces divine nature as Plato presents it.
- p. 15
- The way of Socrates had shown itself to be a limited way because it concerned itself “only with the scientific investigation of justice and the virtues,” and it had shown itself to be an intransigent way because it chose “non-conformity and death.” Plato corrected the way of Socrates—he removed the limitation and tempered its intransigence.
- p. 16-17
- Nietzsche discovered the clue to esotericism early … “The fact of the pious fraud.”
- p. 20
- nietzschecircle.com, Interview of Prof. Lampert by Daniel Blue, 'The Nietzsche Circle' (2008)