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When Nietzsche was 4 years old, his father, Karl Ludwig Nietzsche died from a brain ailment, and the death of Nietzsche's two-year-old brother, Joseph, followed six months later. From the ages of 14 to 19, Nietzsche attended a first-rate boarding school, Schulpforta, located not far from Naumburg, where he prepared for university studies.
The school's educational atmosphere was reflected in its long history as a former Cistercian monastery and its buildings included a 12th century Romanesque chapel and a 13th century Gothic church. At Schulpforta, Nietzsche met his lifelong acquaintance, Paul Deussen , who was confirmed at Nietzsche's side in , and who was to become an Orientalist, historian of philosophy, and in , the founder of the Schopenhauer Society.
After graduating from Schulpforta, Nietzsche entered the University of Bonn in as a theology and philology student, and his interests soon gravitated more exclusively towards philology, a discipline which then centered upon the interpretation of classical and biblical texts.
As a student of philology, Nietzsche attended lectures by Otto Jahn and Friedrich Wilhelm Ritschl Jahn was a biographer of Mozart who had studied at the University of Berlin under Karl Lachmann a philologist known both for his studies of the Roman philosopher Lucretius and for having developed the genealogical method in textual recension; Ritschl was a classics scholar whose work centered on the Roman comic poet Plautus BCE.
Inspired by Ritschl, and following him to the University of Leipzig in , an institution located closer to Nietzsche's hometown of Naumburg, Nietzsche quickly established his own academic reputation through his published essays on Aristotle, Theognis and Simonides. In Leipzig, he developed a close friendship with Erwin Rohde , a fellow philology student and future philologist, with whom he would correspond extensively in later years. He was then After discovering Schopenhauer, Nietzsche read F.