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Nietzsche and Wagner Concerning artists and their effects, the event of Nietzsche and Wagner has become the focal point of discussion between many excellent instructional minds of the last century. The controversy surrounding the connection has led many to postulate that the eventual split between the two men may have contributed to the untimely passing of Wagner from 1882, and Nietzsche's eight-year writing spurt by 1883 - 1888. While investigating the details of this odd relationship, I was struck by the philosophical and historical depth of several discoveries, the basic dilemma being this: Why was Nietzsche's understanding of the two Wagner's songs and his character mad simply because Wagner declared his return into God? I envisioned that this question would provide a fairly simple article, one aimed at announcing the reason for the quarrel as a basic Christian vs. Atheist dispute one of oversensitive philosophical minds - but that paper has turned out to be a wealth of thought, wisdom, and chance that I can not possibly communicate in five to eight pages. What struck me as strange throughout my study, besides many eerie coincidences at the development of the own lives, was how many occasions the subject of Ludwig van Beethoven seemed in my study, as he was Wagner's first actual musical inspiration and assorted references are made to him. I managed to make lots of parallels between the life of Nietzsche and Beethoven, and it is in my view that the similarities between both of these guys are much more deep than the parallels between Wagner and Neitzsche. As academic interest from the comparison between both of these guys is buried beneath an overwhelming quantity of stuff relating Nietzsche and more directly related historical characte...