Nietzsche grills poor Socrates for his seemingly obsessive concern with “reason” — for his insistence, often at the expense of anyone he debated with, on providing an “account” of some crucial idea that came up in discussion. This is really clear in the Euthyphro, where Socrates does not relent in his desire for Euthyphro to provide a rational account of the “form” of holiness. And Euthyphro can’t do it! Do you think that Nietzsche’s criticism of Socrates on this point means that Nietzsche is abandoning “reason” altogether? Or is something else — possibly not even having anything to do with “reason” itself — going on? Do you think Nietzsche is advocating for irrationalism?