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For the evil is man's best force, man must become better and eviler
I see. So without evil, civilization would become static because the would be no rule breaking, which is ultimately necessary in order to create/invent new things.
So evil is man's best force, it is creation?
Would I be out of line if I said that Beyond Good and Evil bored me to tears?
Simply asking such a question on a board devoted to Nietzsche is more likely "out of line" than any possible opinion contained therein.
It was God himself who at the end of his day's work lay down as a serpent under the tree of knowledge: thus he recuperated from being God ... He had made everything too beautiful ... The devil is merely idleness of God on that seventh day ...
To judge the philosophical value of a book by whether it seems boring or not would seem to preclude taking the thinking seriously of a great bookshelf of very interesting and important books and philosophers.