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That Zarathustra should think about food while carrying a dead man (and listening to wolves’ howls) shows how little we should expect ‘normal’ responses from him. It also, however, indicates how far Zarathustra has allowed himself to stray from his body (the entrails); he is guilty of starving the body just as he described in section 3. This hunger is thus the beginning of a new insight for him, which culminates in the next section. There follows a curious short scene where Zarathustra requests food from yet another hermit.

This suggests that the overhuman is less a biological type to be reached than an ideal of the leaving behind of types, of static evolutionary plateaus, in favour of a continual ‘overcoming’. 1: ‘from genus across to over-genus’). Several important ideas are introduced in this section, beginning with the contrast between the overhuman as the ‘sense of the earth’ and those humans that preach ‘over-earthly’ hopes. Nietzsche’s is a philosophy of immanence. indd 20 9/4/10 14:41:19 A Guide to the Text 21 justice that is independent of existing things (Platonism), both of which create values out of the initial rejection or inversion of some other value, or the rejection of some aspect of existence.

Rather, these practices or virtues are introduced primarily insofar as they have an ontological meaning, as elements within a mode of existence that could overcome the human. See our discussion of Part III, Section 5. Let us briefly mention five other things here. First, the notion of shame. Previously, the human was said to be shameful from the point of view of that which surpasses the human. Now we see one reason why: the dice have fallen in favour of the human. An evolutionary accident has given them a static dominion of the earth, an earth they then wish away; the human has no intrinsic value or meaning, it does not merit its dominion, it lacks ‘right’ (this theme is found in Part I, Sections 1 and 17, for example).

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