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As the community grows, the outlaw is no longer expelled. This includes Christians, socialists, and most notably the Jews. Pain does not have the same effect with Negroes.
So read what he has to say, it will help you realize how silly the new-atheist really is, they have a choice between a God who loves them and a world that sucks the hope out of them and they choose the latter.
Or, Nietzsche slaveste viata si elogiaza forta celui care si-o poate asuma, care intelege s-o implineasca, iar nu s-o nege.
Books by Friedrich Nietzsche. We appreciate your feedback. Overall rating No ratings yet 0. I have also read that this is the idiosyncratic writer at his most systematic. Nietzsche says guilt and debt are tied together, and inflicting pain occasions the greatest pleasures for humanity particularly early humanity was more cruel than we like to admit.
Goodreads moraleei you keep track of books you want to read. Reiterates that “even in great punishment there is so genezlogia that is festive! The Renaissance represented one genealotia Nietzsche’s cultural ideals since it returned to an aristocratic classical tradition. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I do agree with his perspectival epistemology and that we can really only have one perspective at a time – at best a conglomeration of perspectives – no God’s eye viewpoint of the situation.
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Revenge, justice, it doesn’t matter genealogja me personally – just as long as so called “master morality” is erased. Buy the eBook Price: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. No trivia or quizzes yet.
If it was just the first two or with a much edited third I’d probably consider it a 3 star thing. Says justice is not truly blind because even the slightest amount of aggression or malice “make even the most honest people see red and to deprive them of an impartial eye”. However, I think his analysis between debtor and creditor is very interesting, and his perspectival epistemology rings true.
So, when I saw a cheap copy of Genealogy, I figured what the heck. See 1 question about Genealogia moralei…. Would you like us to take another look at this review?
If genealpgia thinks this is a bad idea, welcome to the myopic world of Nietzsche, where all of history is reduced to a psychological struggle between competing peoples trying to achieve power, retain power, or meekly survive.
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I think a worldview by which one tends to themselves, and only themselves so self indulgently is one of the egotist, attempting to self flaggelate using genealovia self proclaimed higher virtue as material, rather then making a world better for your peers, is an absolutely worthless one outside of petty self-esteem issues. There is no truth, no Good, no virtue, just power.
Equates “instinct of freedom” with “will to power”. There’s nothing inherently wrong with conquest, and power, but notions of wrong and right develop out of power relations.
Stiinta voioasa / Genealogia moralei / Amurgul Idolilor
He traces the Jewish priests to Platonism and then to Christianity. Candea Ovidiu rated it it was amazing Nov 22, We have never sought ourselves – how could it happen that we should ever find ourselves? I’ve always been interested in the question of morality and how we can know what morality is.
I am absolutely sure my reading of the text was poor and I realise my review is gonna sound ignorant. He refers to this negative morality as “Jewish” which is gross – he regularly talks about each “race” or “people” as a whole, as if noralei poor can poison a huge race of people, and his ideas about health in this sense are complete racist nonsense.
Marxists are often given a hard time for reducing things to the base, or re productive structure of a society. Alexandra Son added it Jul 06, He has quite a lot of interesting ideas, but scattered as they are, they’re not really pleasant to try and extract from the rest of the text. I loved the moralri aphorisms that his essay’s were structured in. Return to Book Page. Central to his philosophy is the id Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche — was a German philosopher of the late 19th century who challenged the foundations of Christianity and traditional morality.
Augustine’s Confessions come off with a beautiful and positive outlook, whereas Nietzsche comes off as an angry, angry person whose ideal world doesn’t sound very ideal to me. This God truly loves us, and if Nietzsche wasn’t so angry with everything maybe he would’ve realized that. Filip marked it as to-read Nov 17, genealoga The third essay is devoted to the “ascetic ideal”, which he defines and then seemingly blames for all the world’s evil, attributing things to it which make no sense and don’t fit with his definition.
Don’t have much to say about this yet, but I’ll be honest Nietzsche is an angry man ,oralei while he shakes his fist at God and yells insults from beneath his scruffy mustache, I am happy with my God who would give himself up for my sin. Thanks for telling us about the problem. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. Let us leave these curiosities and complexities of the modern spirit, which excites as much laughter as disgust. I hate to say it, but after I completed the first two essays and compared my notes on his non-ranting part to the Wikipedia article on this book, I found them similar enough to just use that for the third section.
In this Essay he was explaining how it all started how people started defining which one is good which one is 2 stars because It was not actually a book but rather 3 long essays and they were long and repetitive, This edition is so small about pages as well as the writing which was barely readable, the spacing between the line are Oh wait There is no spacing between the lines.
Says perhaps pointless suffering is what humans don’t like. Razven is currently reading it Apr 23,