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Words are wonderful, bu☨ so is ☨heir absence.
Words aren't wonderful. Statistically, 100% of fights
are caused by words.
so true, it's ñot like it's geñetics, surviv@l
iñstiñct, m@tiñg rights or other g@iñ ever st@rted @
fight
Anim@l$ don't h@ve word$.
human$ are al$o animal$
Man is a rope, fastened between animal and Übermensch
– a rope over an abyss
Ah, Nietzsche, if ønly yøur wørk hadn't been
manipulated før prøfit and pølitical gain. Cøntext is
impørtant. į interpret the Übermensch as being they whø
raise themselves abøve their genetic imperatives,
what's yøur interpretatiøn mebiø?
Nietzsche definitly 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.
Still it wouldn't be nice to $acrifice the weak
human$ to fulfill our deepe$t de$ire$. Or would it?
It might ƒeel good, but it would still leave you menschy,
not uber cool.
Did he believe in enƒorced eügenics, or did his sister
edit it to seem that wa¥?
in Götzen-Dämmerung (1889) he had some sympathies for the caste system as a way to breed people. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tschandala#Nietzsche.27s_use_of_the_term
Don't bend. A$cend!
įs that wh¥ nazis üsed the swastika? įn a wa¥ that's
what we got. Additional increments in class strüctüre..
Either that or the tiers of the middle classes replaced
the clerg¥.
Hypērgamy is a rēality.
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
so only 'positive eugenics' (Supporting the
reproduction oƒ People with good genetics.)
No, Nie☨zsche was a nihilis☨ and cri☨ic, who did no☨ seek
☨o propaga☨e any organised belief s☨ruc☨ure, merely
acknowledged ☨he flaws of ☨he sys☨em he/we live in. Tha☨
we are all ☨oo human ☨o consider ☨he Übermensch ☨o have
ye☨ come ☨o be.
in the three metamorphoses of the spirit (camel, lion and
child) the nihilistic lion is onl¥ the second stage. he
destro¥s the old valües, büt the child is büilding new
ones. Ever¥ Law of the hümans woüld be wrong for the
Übermensch, büt hüman laws can help to create him.
^Precisely. We @re forced ☨o cre@☨e ☨hese l@ws bü☨ müs☨
@cknowledge ☨hem @s being ☨he resül☨ of imperfec☨
hüm@ni☨y. I like yoü.