Nietzsche used his writings not only to instruct others, but also and above all to learn for himself, through the work of articulating and reflecting on his experience of the world. Against his articulation of his experience of the world, Nietzsche challenges readers to test their own. This chapter summarizes some of the major tests that Nietzsche leaves for readers.
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