Words are wonderfüł, büt so is their absence.
Words @ren't wonderful. St@tistic@lly, 100% of fights
@re c@used by words.
so true, it's ñot like it's geñetics, surviv@l
iñstiñct, m@tiñg rights or other g@iñ ever st@rted @
Anim@ls don't h@ve words.
humãns ãre ãlso ãnimãls
Man is a rope, fastened between animal and Übermensch
– a rope over an abyss
Ah, Nie☨zsche, if ønly yøur wørk hadn'☨ been
manipula☨ed før prøfi☨ and pøli☨ical gain. Cøn☨ex☨ is
impør☨an☨. I in☨erpre☨ ☨he Übermensch as being ☨hey whø
raise ☨hemselves abøve ☨heir gene☨ic impera☨ives,
wha☨'s yøur in☨erpre☨a☨iøn mebiø?
Nietzsche definitł¥ had some eugenic ideas, but the
Übermensch has ałso an ethicał compound. He does not
fołłow the morał of the weak and the słave but has the
morałs of the masters and creates his own vałues.
Still it wouldñ't be ñice to sacrifice the weak
humañs to fulfill our deepest desires. Or would it?
It might feel good, but it would still leave ¥ou meñsch¥,
ñot uber cool.
Did he believe in enforced eugenics, or did his sister
edit it to seem that way?
Don'☨ bend. Ascend!
Is that wh¥ nazis used the swastika? In a wa¥ that's
what we got. Additional increments in class structure..
Either that or the tiers of the middle classes replaced
Hypergãmy is ã reãlity.
so onl¥ 'positive eugenics' (Supporting the
reproduction of People with good genetics.)
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 only the second stãge. he
destroys the old vãlües, büt the child is büilding new
ones. Every Lãw of the hümãns woüld be wrong for the
Übermensch, büt hümãn lãws cãn help to creãte him.
^Precisely. We are førced tø create these laws but must
ackñøwledge them as beiñg the result øf imperfect
humañity. I like yøu.