Write a critical essay that explains "Eternal Recurrence" and Meaning in a passage by Friedrich Nietzsche: "The Heaviest Weight" from his book The Gay Science (Joyful Wisdom)?

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The Joyful Wisdom: The Meaning of Life in Friedrich Nietzsche’s “The Heaviest Weight”

In this critical essay I will write about the “the meaning of life,” focusing on the passage “The Heaviest Weight” in The Gay Science by Friedrich Nietzsche, the nineteenth century German philosopher. Nietzsche had written once that he thought of the book as his most personal (qtd. in Williams xi). The book is playful and is made up of hundreds of short passages and sayings. It contains some of his most famous ideas, notably the concept of Eternal Recurrence and the Death of God (Williams xii)....

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