Is Nietzsche 'power' neither value neutral nor practical?
Subsidiaries that I considered in asking it
If so, how can it be demarcated from the object of philosophy, generally enough thought? So 'wisdom' or 'understanding' or 'truth'. As I just can't think of anything that is neither an action (practical) nor an assessment of value (and whatever is value neutral will deform judgments of value and their strength), but nevertheless informs both (to whosoever that embodies it), but is not the general object of philosophy ('truth' 'understanding' etc.).
Is Nietzsche's declamation about philosophy, "I am not a philosopher" "I am dynamite", less, then, about radicalizing its aims, than an expression of how much Christian ethics has deformed philosophy hithertofore.