The philosopher argues for a return to education for its own sake and for the sake of upholding the highest ethical morals. Expanded education produces enfeebled education. The state’s dilemma is that the bond between intelligence and property demands rapid education so that a money-earning creature may be produced with all speed. Man is allowed only the precise amount of culture which is compatible with the interests of gain.

From I Am Dynamite!: A Life of Nietzsche by Sue Prideaux.