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Here we see Nietzsche the psychologist as opposed to the author of his other works, Nietzsche the philosopher and philologist. Wish he was more expansive beyond his aphoristic and non-linear style, which seems to be a staple among German philosophers, but that’s a tiny complaint.

El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos

To see is to hold back quick judgment, a knee-jerk reaction. Want to Read saving…. As far as I understand him, he critizes the German’s most, as well as socialism.

Celebrates the Ancient practices of affirming life by deifying sex and birth rather than holding them sinful by later Christian morality. Nesta senda de criticas, Nietzsche formula 4 teses, que aqui vos dou conta: Nietzsche picks about 20 or 25 topics here and takes a deep, but quick, dive into them.

I mean that with no irony. It is less illusory, more firm, tightly written, expertly edited, and easier to digest than anything else I have read by him.

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Every passage only represents a couple of pages, but they are so martilllazos, rich, and overflowing that I read them several times just for the joy of it.


A kind of castration in which you decapacitate the man of his passions. This book has been known by many titles and subtitles since it was published in And Nietzsche does right to call them all pussies. He finds the pagan practice of caste system more solid, more Aryan, more likely to produce great men than Christian morality.

Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. I mean, he understands why Christians believe, and he calls out how hypocritical atheists act and funct whew daddy Nietzsche can bring it. Product details File Size: Instead of spiritualizing, beautifying and deifying a passion, the passion is exterminated.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Some paragraphs are brilliant pieces of writing and libgo have either loose connections or none at all. The way he tackled Socrates, Plato, the Romans, free will, causation, and morality so quickly and easily is inspiring. He analyzes free will, and how it has given approval for the priests to hold people accountable martollazos give them punishment or render them with guilt.

Set up a giveaway. Morals are no longer gifted by god but are inherent.

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This book is explosive – like a hammer that shatters a rock to a million little bits, as the subtitle might indicate. The blows are swift and direct. En suma es una super libro, habla sobre todo: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Feb 13, Isikgun H. A bold, rebellious book. English Choose a language for shopping. The man is dilosofa. But the ones in Maxims and Arrows are standalone. El quinto apartado, es un ataque a la moral de las formas desde el Nuevo testamento hasta Schopenhauer. Nietzsche really is a Christians best friend in the realm of atheist literature.


Editorial Reviews About the Author Nietzsche has been proclaimed the seminal figure of modern philosophy as well as one of the most creative and critically influential geniuses in the history of secular thought. You’re playing dress up. This staggeringly filossofa psychologist delivers on all of this and more. He finds Plato boring, and for good reason.

More power makes you more free. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. He then chucks the entire realm of morality and religion under the concepts of imaginary causes. I mean, he understands why Christians believe, and he calls out how fikosofa atheists act and function. That is the modern day equivalent of trolls on the internet.

We can witness this today as well, people analyzing events without the context of that era. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. And I tend to agree with Nietzsche most of what he writes about Socrates.

So he gives his four propositions, the first one of them is this apparent world is real, its apparent qualities actually justifies and establishes ,artillazos reality. Pedophilia was considered normal once, to quote an example.