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So he didn’t hate anti-Semites because of the horrendous aspect of hating an entire group of people for no reason, he hated them because they negated modalei possibility noble values being affirmed.

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Too much on cruelty and the master-slave dialectic. Si sunt cumva iscoditi noi idoli? Alexandra added it Mar 14, This book is not yet featured on Morale. He is at his best with Thus Spoke Zarathustra: 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.

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He concludes the ascetic ideal is so powerful because there is no will to challenge it, and that men would rather will nothingness than nothing at all not sure of the difference there. The book is separated into 3 essays: Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping.

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From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy This God truly loves us, and if Nietzsche wasn’t so angry with everything maybe he would’ve realized that. Really hard to read. While Nietzsche has a very good insight on certain matters, excluding all superficiality and cutting to the bone.

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He notes that this transvaluation of values is simultaneously brilliant and duplicitous. I will revisit this work soon using a translation b Nietzsche at his best is difficult to read, but this book is made even more so by the spate of foreign terms and phrases. The point of being venealogia Zarathustra after all, is to feel the same smug satisfaction he moralie when he came back from the wilderness to proclaim his “truth”. Axi marked it as to-read Jul 05, genealoiga Or if the ubermensch arrives?


I feel like if you can be appropriated by the Nazis, no moraleo how bastardized, there’s probably some sort of fash shit going on in there, intentional or not.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Despite early human’s cruelty, life was more cheerful than it is now. 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 their 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 things we remember most are painful things. Genealogia moralei by Friedrich Nietzsche. The measure of the creditor’s wealth becomes how much harm he can sustain without suffering.

Slave morality implies an opposite: Aceasta mica scriere e o mare declaratie de razboi. I don’t believe that morality is either black or white. I am absolutely sure my genfalogia of the text was poor and I realise my review is gonna sound ignorant. He is worth being read though, lest my comments should suggest otherwise, but keep in mind that some of his ideas should certainly be taken with a grain of salt.

While I do acknowledge Nietzsche brillance in certain matters and am aware of the fact that he is a victim of his own time; I cannot bring myself to finish this book while knowing his views are so tainted by hate and snobism against fellows scholars among other things.

The whole time, I’m wondering what difference it makes if we have the “master morality” or the “slave morality” is both go nowhere but the grave. He was interested in the enhancement of individual and cultural health, and believed in life, creativity, power, and the realities of the world we live in, rather than those situated in a world beyond.


My counter point would simply be, wouldn’t someone rejecting a structure built around aristocracy be also showcasing good virtue? 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: Any philosophy that aims to uplift the exploited is a slave morality, mostly worthy of Nietzsche’s contempt.

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Nietzsche posits a sort of hypothetical society in which those who harm the society go unpunished, in which justice self-cancels itself out because the creditor has so much and that those who harm the society are nothing to him. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Genealogia moralei

If the world is meaningless as a quick glance at the end of the third essay would implythen it doesn’t particularly matter which morality rules, right? At Mmoralei, we try to ensure that published genwalogia do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

In gensalogia unfortunate world we live in now we interact everyday with atheists who act like Nietzsche, but they don’t grasp the full implications of what he has to Don’t have much to say about this yet, but I’ll be honest Nietzsche is an angry man and 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.