Why did Nietzsche say he would not live his life again?
Kaufman Gay Science p. 19 introduction...
“Nietzsche in ... one of his notes... “I do not want life again. How did I endure it? Creating. What makes me stand the sight of it? The vision of the overman who affirms life. I have tried to affirm it myself / alas”. “
Was he not his overman, because surely he was? Has anyone linked that to his madness, and perhaps Cezanne's doubt? As Cezanne, if not Artaud, is probably the best example of a madman who retained his genius, and was I think only able to paint sometimes.