5256000 minutes, is that how you measure a year, or in the prancing of deer- feet across your front yard, and loving hugs, and midnight thugs, a or a birthday card, or consecutive plays preformed that’r written by the bard?
While I’m here, there is more to the quote than at first meets the eye. The context in which Aristotle supplies it is in a discussion of the inherently social nature of mankind. The word ‘idiot’ which we use today takes its origins from classical Athens where it referred to any citizen who did not take an active part in the social and political life of the city. Nietzsche having been a classical philologist would have been aware of this. His opinion of the philosophers of classical Athens are well known and not particularly flattering. Perhaps instead of an exultation of the philosopher (because who doesn’t want to be a beast and a god! that’s cool right?), Nietzsche means to say that philosophers are idiots.