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>> No.16617314 [View]
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>read Nietzsche
>understand that Christianity maybe isn't as great as I thought
>be right-wing, understand that "Christian theology is the grandmother of Bolshevism." - Oswald Spengler
Am I seeing this from a wrong perspective? Machiavelli in his works praised the ancient religion for the morality they had and the church burnt his books.
Is there any religious/spiritual system compatible with my views?

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lmao Wagner living in his head rent free

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>is heavily influenced by you and your thought
>then proceeds to insult and mention you only in negative remarks

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Recently an anon recommended I read Wagner's lecture "On the Destiny of Opera" and a few others, though difficult at parts, maybe because of the translation, I found it incredibly rewarding. But something that has come to my attention quite a lot throughout it, was how much Nietzsche took from Wagner(and so many others), even the Apollonian and Dionysian Wagner did before Nietzsche, but continuing the split under the subtlety of the example, in this case:

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what's happening on /lit/ around 1720?

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>DUDE JUST BEE URSELF LMAO

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>>16482009
>the brain is everything
spoken like a true pseud

the body is everything

>> No.16420550 [View]
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Is he right?

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>"The self-mythmaking of the ubermensch suffers from an internal preordination: set in the real world, the endgame of the ubermensch is either domination or self-erasure—it must be one, and cannot be both. The genteel tradition, having appropriated the sinews of transcendentalism and having mixed it with German idealism, ironically reached its apotheosis not in the United States, but in the European tension between nihilism and the ubermensch that spilled out into 20th century postmodernism. Or: while the nadir of the genteel faith produced a particular form of the final man, its zenith signaled the bifurcation of the ubermensch, it signaled a two-pronged possibility for the trajectory of higher-men: either one who, with conviction drawn from some inner furnace, sees the world as something to dominate, to intervene into (the power of the monist)—I think here of someone like Bataille; or one who represents something like Virginia Woolf and William James’s aesthetic self-erasure, the attempt to “leave the world as it is” (the art of the pluralist), quieta non movere—the shadow of a Mallarme."
>"Both are a response to the inherent boredom of the genteel self, e.g. to its self-exhaustion, to the self-cruelty Nietzsche was so keen to triangulate, and which exhausts its capacity to look inward at some arbitrary point only to then—what?—turn its energies outward. By drilling as inward as possible, the trajectory that Descartes and Kant began could only and necessarily explode as exogenous violence. The arc of the genteel tradition, in its fulfillment of the demands of an infinite individualism, must therefore come to erase the self it most fully and robustly inaugurated (and which inaugurated it), and delineate the general response for a type-of confused, internal/external internationalism: either the imperialism of pragmatism, cast outward and unto the world, or the isolationism of idealism, the stoic retreat into ancient cloisters that sound and echo not. When all is said and done, one either turns back to the world to act, or decides to leave it alone. What is left in the ash-heap are only activists and stoics—post-genteelism, there is no neutrality toward this decision, only the responsibility of the decision itself. It is acceptance of this deontology that instructs much of the overman’s ability to self-realize. "

Is he right, bros? Is the only choice today to become an activist or a stoic?

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"Nietzschean Democracy"

A total contradiction and impossible oxymoron--or a feasible, unrealized possibility?

What would a Nietzschean Democracy look like?

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>>16338474
>>16338773
>>16339055
>>16340768
>>16340775
>>16341406
So is there literally any critique of Plato at all which holds in his late philosophy, or any future philosophical development which was not prefigured by it?

Any critique by Nietzsche just fades out right away.

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Why did Niet hate Protestantism and “liberal protestantism” more than Catholicism?

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I finally understand him. After 2 years I finally get it

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He criticizes the stoics for being hypocrites but then on BG&E advocates for a certain type of asceticism that is WAY too similar to stoic asceticism. Did I read it wrong?

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>>16146604
Yolo

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GOD IS DEAD
AND NO ONE CARES
IF THERE IS A HELL
I'LL SEE YOU THERE

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Almost all of this niggas criticism of christianity is refuted by the book of Job

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Why aren't there any philosophers of the caliber of the past nowadays?

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If Nietzsche had not existed, would other thinkers like Kierkegaard and Carlyle have had more appreciation?

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>>16049334
>>16048244
not one drop of German blood!

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Would Nietzsche be against harm to children because within the frame of our species life "potential" it would cut that possibility of development, i.e. greatness, strength etc? Not in a strict moral sense but it seems to me that would be grounds enough for Nietzsche to utterly reject it, as he was disgusted with the accusation in life.

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Can someone help me find the Nietzsche aphorism that essentially says "if one denies one thing, one denies the whole", and also which one of his works it is from?

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>>15881355
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HyHkQ578rI

Who won the argument?



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