Chapter 2 of Thus Spake Zarathustra has this passage:
"When Zarathustra heard the wise man thus speak, he laughed in his heart: for thereby had a light dawned upon him. And thus spake he to his heart..."
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Previous to this passage in Chapter 2 I thought Zarathustra was the wise man speaking. Was he the wise man or was Zarathustra listening to a different wise man?