According to Nietzsche, who killed tragedy? And why?
1) Euripides, because "The Bacchae" lacks the Dionysiac element.
2) Socrates, because reason is the enemy of tragedy.
3) Jesus, because Christianity is the enemy of tragedy.
4) Aristophanes, because comedy is the enemy of tragedy.
5) Al of these.
". . .like a man who throws himself from a tower in order to put an end to the unbearable sensation of vertigo." That is what N. thought of E.'s vainglorious end.