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Words are wonderƒul, but so is their absence.
Word$ aren't wonderƒul. Stati$tically, 100% oƒ ƒight$
are cau$ed by word$.
so true, it's not like it's genetics, survivãl
instinct, mãting rights or other gãin ever stãrted ã
fight
Animals don't have words.
humans are also animals
Man is a rope, ƒastened between animal and Übermensch
– a rope over an abyss
Ah, Nietzsche, if only your work hadn't been
manipulated for profit and political gain. Context is
important. I interpret the Übermensch as being they who
raise themselves above their genetic imperatives,
what's your interpretation mebio?
Nietzsche definitl¥ had some eugenic ideas, but the
Übermensch has also an ethical compound. He does not
follow the moral of the weak and the slave but has the
morals of the masters and creates his own values.
Stiłł it woułdn't be nice to sacrifice the weak
humans to fułfiłł our deepest desires. Or woułd it?
It might feel gøød, but it wøuld still leave yøu meñschy,
ñøt uber cøøl.
Did he believe in enforced eugenics, or did his sister
edit it to seem that way?
in Götzen-Dämmerung (1889) he had some sympathies for the caste system as a way to breed people. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tschandala#Nietzsche.27s_use_of_the_term
Don't bend. Ascend!
Is th@t why n@zis used the sw@stik@? In @ w@y th@t's
wh@t we got. Addition@l increments in cl@ss structure..
Either th@t or the tiers of the middle cl@sses repl@ced
the clergy.
Hypērgãmy is ã rēãlity.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manusm%E1%B9%9Bti#Modern_reception_and_Criticism explains better that Nietzsche did not favour the oppression of the outcastes
$o onl¥ 'po$itive eugenic$' (§upporting the
reproduction of People with good genetic$.)
No, Nietzsche was a nihilist and critic, who did not seek
to propagate any organised belief structure, merely
acknowledged the flaws of the system he/we live in. That
we are all too human to consider the Übermensch to have
yet come to be.
in the three metãmorphoses of the spirit (cãmel, lion ãnd
child) the nihilistic lion is onl¥ the second stãge. he
destro¥s the old vãlues, but the child is building new
ones. Ever¥ Lãw of the humãns would be wrong for the
Übermensch, but humãn lãws cãn help to creãte him.
^Prēcisēły. Wē arē forcēd to crēatē thēsē ławs but must
acknowłēdgē thēm as bēing thē rēsułt of impērfēct
humanity. I łikē you.