El adulterio de Zaratustra

This paper analyses the three songs featured in the second part of Thus Spoke Zarathustra – “The Night Song”, “The Dancing Song”, and “The Tomb Song” – as a means to explore Zarathustra’s complex relationship with life and wisdom. It presents Zarathustra’s passionate option for life, which is conveyed allegorically in the songs, as an act of adultery committed against wisdom that will ultimately lead Zarathustra to the discovery of life as will to power. But in the context of this new direction which Zarathustra undertakes as a result of his adultery, wisdom is no longer opposed to life.

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