I have it now in hand, I have a hand for it, reversing perspectives:
prime reason why a ‘revaluation of values’
is perhaps possible for me alone.
Friedrich Nietzsche, Ecce Homo
In 1888, two years prior to his death, Nietzsche wrote his last book Ecce Homo. Bordering between Dionysian madness, megalomania, self irony, genius, and tragedy, Nietzsche constructed/deconstructed a recapitulation of his own philosophical opus. The very title, a paraphrase of the words ‘Behold the Man’ with which Pilate appealed to the crowd which decided to crucify Christ, was chosen carefully with a number of possible connotations that we can recognize if we are familiar with the work of Nietzsche.
 Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm: Ecce Homo: How One Becomes What One Is, new translation by Thomas Wayne, Algora Publishing, 2004, p 12