Friedrich Nietzsche GENEALOGIA MORALEI. 3 likes. Book. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche este cel mai important filosof al secolului al XIX-lea Genealogia moralei, traducere din germană de Darie Lăzărescu, preambul de . Chapter 1: Nietzsche’s Reception History in the 19th and 20th Centuries Culture Nietzsche, Friedrich: Știința voioasă, Genealogia moralei, Amurgul idolilor.
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Therefore, science cannot replace the ascetic ideal. This quality is evident right from the preface, which is divided into several shorter prefaces.
The first is reasonably clear but pretty objectionable and not too well argued, the second is a little less clear but a lot more interesting and more convincing, the third is the longest and meandering, not cohesive, sometimes contradictory and generally confusing.
He goes on to rant about other topics such as how we learned to appreciate gebealogia, and the need for multiple fluid perspectives instead of one static teleology.
On the other hand, our present ascetic morality has “deepened” us by turning our aggressive instincts inward and seeing ourselves as a new wilderness to struggle against. Nietzsche connects Christian meekness with the low status of the people who originated it.
The next moment we enact forces to make it mean altruistic. Anyone who has survived or is surviving adolescence is well aware of the morxlei struggles that take place even between friends. Really hard to read. In the unfortunate world we live in now we interact everyday with atheists who act like Nietzsche, but they don’t grasp the full implications of what he has to say. Second from this eccentric mad genius and although it wasn’t as streamlined as The Antichrist, it still offered the anticipated food for thought that I can regurgitate for a while.
On others he is pure noble arrogance. For those unfamiliar with Nietzsche’s work, reading his somewhat confusing rhetoric, I think it would be easy to jump to conclusions and think of Nietzsche as an anti-Semite; however, Nietzsche mentions that he detests anti-Semitism.
If these are the sentiments you like to hear, Nietzsche will be a great read; especially when he’s plugging his other books every morakei paragraph, like a desperate salesmen, a weak salesmen, one with no power over economic supply and demand Let us leave these curiosities and complexities moraeli the modern spirit, which excites as much laughter as disgust.
I can certainly see where Hitler drew a lot of his ideological inspiration from.
Stiinta voioasa / Genealogia moralei / Amurgul Idolilor by Friedrich Nietzsche
Slave morality appears to be mpralei morals like weakness, meekness, compassion, etc are considered to be good. Through that, it makes sense that the Jews would judge their torturers as evil, and since the Jews were the opposite quality of their torturers, then they the Jews must be good. Preview — Genealogia moralei by Friedrich Nietzsche.
Razven is currently reading it Apr 23, If someone thinks this is a bad idea, welcome to the Seriously people what is all the fuss about? Which, hopefully, are not written on nietzschw manner. Equates “instinct of freedom” with “will to power”. The only part of the book that I do not care for is the 3rd essay. In order to show that the debtor is serious about his promise to the creditor, he promises things he still “possesses” in the event of non-payment: Lists with This Book.
The last essay is “What is the meaning of ascetic ideals? I especially notice this comparison in the Bernie Sanders supporters who have a rich people are evil mentality.
Probabil ca tocmai prin demascarea chipului prezent al moralei se poate ajunge la reconfigurarea ei.
And then there is the master morality also called the noble morality. He equates cruelty with festivity and says that “to witness suffering does one good, to inflict it even more so Numai intr-o epoca ce se apropie de sfarsit, cand omul nu mai are forta sa traiasca plenar, ci schilodit, ca un creier Mistuit de flacarile unui foc mocnit in interior, Nietzsche scrie Genealogia morale ca pe o exorcizare de zeii moralei traditionale. If it was just the first two or with a much edited third I’d probably consider it a 3 star thing.
Have they up to the present hindered or advanced human well-being? This little number packs a wallop. Nu ne-am cautat niciodata — cum s-ar putea atunci sa ne gasim intr-o zi? Says that early humans saw the infliction as suffering as “an actual seduction” and “lure in favour of life”.
Because they can have different, even contradictory, meanings over the course of their long life spans, Nietzsche does not believe that concepts or things are the fundamental stuff that makes up reality.
Is this book as harsh and critical as “Beyond Good and Evil”? Such a question seems impossible to answer with any degree of certainty. I am absolutely sure my reading of the text was poor and I realise my review is gonna sound ignorant.
He then posits perhaps humans have a lower pain threshold these days, based on the conclusion of an unnamed physician who posited black people Nietzche’s words: Being strong was bad, so being weak was good; being rich was bad, so being poor was good; being violent was bad, so being peaceful was good.
The point of being like Zarathustra after all, is to feel the same smug satisfaction he felt when he came back from the wilderness to proclaim benealogia “truth”.
Stiinta voioasa / Genealogia moralei / Amurgul Idolilor
Having perceived that the spiritually healthy cannot look after the sick without becoming sick themselves, Nietzsche concludes that the sick need “doctors and nurses who are themselves sick. Rather, guilt simply meant that a debt was owed and punishment was simply a form of securing repayment.
Nietzsche is coffee for the soul Nietzsche traces the lines of descent throughout human history to paint a clearer picture of ourselves and in a fuller light. No trivia or quizzes yet. Too much on cruelty and the master-slave dialectic.
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However, if I were to guess, I think Nietzsche finds religion to be a larger threat to humanity than war because religion prevents people from being that which makes us human, although I could be wrong.
We are generally tempted to see nietzxche as having inherent meanings. It leads down to this quite buffudling description of Slave Morality, where by systems of complacency and anti-hiearchichal structures are deemed morally weaker because of their lack of confiding to virtue and the good. Numai intr-o epoca ce se apropie de sfarsit, cand omul nu mai are forta sa traiasca plenar, ci schilodit, ca un creier, ca un stomac ori ca o ureche, morala poate ajunge sa propovaduiasca negarea vietii. Found Nietzsches writing style to be really arrogant.
Here Nietzsche explains this term that I’ve never heard of before, and he defines it as genealobia maximizing of power and a confirmation of existence among only philosophers. For there’s much to gain.