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Equates “instinct of freedom” with “will to power”. Item s unavailable for purchase. Any philosophy that aims to uplift the exploited is a slave morality, mostly worthy of Nietzsche’s contempt.
See 1 question about Genealogia moralei…. 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 genealogoa 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. The point of being like Zarathustra after all, is to feel the same smug satisfaction he felt when he came back from the wilderness to proclaim his “truth”.
View all 4 comments. We have never sought ourselves – how could it happen that we should ever find ourselves? Seriously people what is all the fuss about? The cruellest rituals and mutilations “originate from that instinct which guessed that the most powerful aid to memory was pain.
While Nietzsche has a very good insight on certain matters, excluding all superficiality and cutting to the bone. Nu ne-am cautat niciodata — cum s-ar putea atunci sa ne gasim intr-o zi?
No trivia or quizzes yet. His eloquent prose, however, leaves much to be desired in terms of careful historianship. Genealogia moralei Back to Nonfiction.
moralie I am unsure genealoggia to think of his “will to power” but honestly it sorta sounds fascist to me from what little I know.
Published by Humanitas first published In this Essay he was explaining how it all started how people started defining which one is good which one is bad and on what bases and classes a person is considered that way. He was interested in the enhancement of individual and cultural health, and believed in life, creativity, power, and the realities of modalei world we live in, rather than those situated in a world beyond.
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 geneealogia 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.
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Trivia About On the Genealogy Refresh and try again. If you want something to screw with your mind, read Nietzsche. By being opposed to the system does not one paradoxically become exemplar of the virtue of the system through their distinction? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Filip marked it as to-read Nov 17, Required reading for my Junior AP class. The latter claim is somewhat true think Foucault’s entire careerthe former, not so much. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche — was a German philosopher of the late 19th century who challenged the foundations of Christianity and traditional morality.
Goodreads helps you keep ,oralei of books you want to read. Nietzsche was an innovative thinker for his time that’s for sure. In order to show that the debtor is serious about his promise to the creditor, he promises things he still “possesses” in the event of non-payment: If someone thinks this is a bad idea, welcome to the Seriously people what is all the fuss about? I would like to see neo-Nazis appropriate Marx, Engels, or Lenin to justify their worldview in a similar way that Nietzsche did with the Nazis.
Stiinta voioasa / Genealogia moralei / Amurgul Idolilor
The last person on Earth who should be the spokesmen for “religion makes people hate themselves” should probably be Nietzsche. As I have read the first part more then once this time around the last part about ascetic ideals was my favorite. He refers to this negative morality as “Jewish” which is gross – he regularly talks about each “race” or “people” as a whole, as if the poor can poison a huge race of people, and his ideas about health in this sense are complete racist nonsense.
Nietzsche says “there is There were things that made sense logically, but sometimes I just got a feeling he wrote to hear himself genealohia, figuratively. If these are the gendalogia you like to hear, Nietzsche will be a great read; especially when he’s plugging his other books every other paragraph, like a desperate salesmen, a weak salesmen, one with no power over economic supply and demand Penal legislation is relaxed as the power and self-confidence of the community grows.
He goes on to say that men of ressentiment do not act on revenge, but act in justice, or geneaalogia it is better to say they disguise justice as revenge.
First Nietzsche I’ve read and he’s notoriously misinterpreted – can’t wait to add to my misinterpretation!
Al principio no habia aristocracia ni realeza, tampoco distinciones demasiado marcadas. David Ioan marked it as to-read Apr 15, In this book particularly though I mostly enjoyed his thoughts on Schopenhauer since I’m co-reading this with A. He really seems to hate ressentiment he says anarchism is based off this which is just a negation of aristocracy – I suspect he would say socialism or communism is based in ressentiment too.
Really hard to read. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Thank god last chapter, What is the meaning of Ascetic Ideals? There’s nothing inherently wrong with conquest, and power, but notions of wrong and right develop out of power relations.
However, I think his analysis between debtor and creditor is very interesting, and his perspectival epistemology rings true. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Nietzsche at his best is difficult to read, but this book is made even more so by the spate of foreign terms and phrases.