in 1872 as a university student at Basle, Adolf Schlatter took a course in philosophy with F. Nietzsche. Schlatter wrote:
'The chief impression that I internalized from his lectures arose from his offensive haughtiness. He treated his listeners like despicable peons. He convinced me of the principle that to throw out love is to despoil the business of teaching--only genuine love can really educate.'
--Werner Neuer, Adolf Schlatter: A Biography of Germany's Premier Biblical Theologian (Baker 1995), 44