Nietzsche’s Unknown Inspiration (7/9)

Find out How Nietzsche’s Philosophical Work Inspired By Walks

How Walking Gave Nietzsche a Creative Spark? by “Som Dutt” on Medium https://medium.com/@somdutt777
This is the huge rock where Friedrich Nietzsche got inspired to write “The Eternal Recurrence” and “Thus Spake Zarathustra” named the Zarathustra stone on the shore of Lake Silvaplana Photo by Armin Kübelbeck on Wikimedia Commons

Friedrich Nietzsche is considered one of the most influential philosophers of all time. What many people don’t know, however, is that hiking and walking were two things that greatly inspired him and boosted his creativity.

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Som Dutt

Som Dutt

Top writer in Nietzsche and Existentialism. I simplify Nietzsche's complex works. Coffee https://ko-fi.com/somdut INSTA: @somdutt_freespirita