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Words are wonderful, but so is their absence.
Words aren't wonderful. Statistically, 100% of fights
are caused by words.
so ☨ruē, i☨'s no☨ likē i☨'s gēnē☨ics, survival
ins☨inc☨, ma☨ing righ☨s or o☨hēr gain ēvēr s☨ar☨ēd a
figh☨
Animals don't havē words.
humans are also animals
M@n i$ @ rope, f@$tened between @nim@l @nd Übermen$ch
– @ rope over @n @by$$
Ah, Nietzsche, iƒ only yoür work hadn't been
manipülated ƒor proƒit and political gain. Context is
important. I interpret the Übermensch as being they who
raise themselves above their genetic imperatives,
what's yoür interpretation mebio?
Nietzsche definitły 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 wouldn't be nice to sacriƒice the weak
humans to ƒulƒill our deepest desires. Or would it?
It might feel good, but it would still leave you menschy,
not uber cool.
Did he believe iñ eñforced eügeñics, or did his sis☨er
edi☨ i☨ ☨o seem ☨ha☨ 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
Døn't bend. Ascend!
Is that why nazis used the swastika? In a way that's
what we got. Additional increments in class structure..
Either that or the tiers oƒ the middle classes replaced
the clergy.
H¥pergam¥ is a realit¥.
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 of People with good genetics.)
Nø, Nietzsche wãs ã nihilist ãnd critic, whø did nøt seek
tø prøpãgãte ãny ørgãnised belieƒ structure, merely
ãcknøwledged the ƒlãws øƒ the system he/we live in. Thãt
we ãre ãll tøø humãn tø cønsider the Übermensch tø hãve
yet cøme tø be.
in the three metamorphoses of the spirit (camel, lion and
child) the nihilistic lion is only the second stage. he
destroys the old values, but the child is building new
ones. Every Law of the humans would be wrong for the
Übermensch, but human laws can help to create him.
^Precisel¥. We are forced to create these laws but must
acknowledge them as being the result of imperfect
humanit¥. I like ¥ou.