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But every eople indeed every The Villain: The Life of Don Whillans person who wishes to become mature needs such an enveloping delusion such arotecting and veiling cloud But today eople generally despise becoming mature because they honour history than living Indeed eople exult over the fact that now science is *beginning to rule over living It is ossible that eople will attain that goal but it is certain *to rule over living It is ossible that eople will attain that goal but it is certain a
life so governed is not worth much because it is much so governed is not worth much because it is much living and it establishes a Every time I read a book by Nietzsche my mind gets blown and I feel enlightened In a mere 60 Times of Bede pages or so Nietzsche totally annihilates Hegelianism and the education system The thesis of the book is that in our time Knowledge rules Life and this will result in the end of both Knowledge and Living Instead we must consider Life to be the ultimate value and the thing in which our youth should be skilled This is by far the most accessible book by this author I have ever read so don t be daunted by it Highly recommended to anyone By far the most My first foray into Nietzsche has left me shaken to the coreFor better or worse he was an expert rhetorician even as one shudders to recognize the seeds of justification for later historical atrocities in hishilosophies one cannot help but feel enamoured by his The Catechism of the Council of Trent prose and the undeniable style of his arguments So many times I gave audible way to awe reluctantlyutting the book down to copy some choice City for Sale: Ed Koch and the Betrayal of New York phrases into a notebookTo my view this essay was a call to action for generations stuck in an obsession with existing fact and history asushed by then modern education which Nietzsche felt robbed them of their own culture and The Runaway Prophet Jonah Study Guide 1998 personalities and very beings and led them to be easily ruled Thehilosophy limits the value of history to that which stirs active improvement in the resent and warns us against becoming slaves to information taking art and feeling to be the better virtues I agreed with much of it but recoiled at other times as. Forward Incidentally I despise everything which merely instructs me without increasing or immediately enlivening my activity These are Goethe's words With them as with a heartfelt expression of Ceterum censeo I judge otherwise our consideration of the worth and the worthlessness of history may begin For this work is to set down why in the spirit #Of Goethe's Saying We Must Seriously Despise #Goethe's saying we must seriously despise without vitality knowledge which enervates activity and history as an expensive surplus of knowledge and a luxury because we lack what is still most essential to us and because what is superfluous is hostile to what is essential To be sure we need history But we need it in a manner different from the way in which the spoilt idler in the garden of knowledge uses it no matter how elegantly he may look down on our coarse and graceless needs and distresses That is we need it for life and action not for a comfortable turning away from life and action or merely for glossing over the egotistical life and the cowardly bad act We wish to use history only insofar as it serves living But there is a degree of doing history and a valuing of it through which life atrophies and degenerates ,
When the ugly heads of classicism and xenophobia oked through the oetry Nietzsche argued for example that the infiltration of other cultures into Germany left its citizens overwhelmingly fascinated with irrelevant ideas and histories and further moved them from a unified culture Of course I may have brought hindsight to the reading and tarnished his original meaningNevertheless the arguments in the essay while generally compelling and endlessly fascinating are a bit messy There s a lot of self contradiction and even meta acknowledgement of it alongside scathing critiues of irony that bring the effort full circle to meta irony A reader recognizing himself as slavishly reading a historical text that both critiues the slavish attention to history and admires the unhistorical virtues of ancient *GREEK CULTURE SOON FINDS HIMSELF IN *culture soon finds himself in tangle of recursion no longer sure which way is up Frankly I loved that facet of the reading It made me think Hard It tickled my beautiful rose button and mercilessly challenged my intellectual capacities my own assumptions and Reality Hunger: A Manifesto. David Shields philosophies and my core beliefs as a scientist Nietzsche is ultimately it seems against science as a search for truth arguing that it only considers what is true and right and thus finished and historical He writes that science hates the forgetfulness that is the death of knowledge Whereas I appreciate hisoint within the context of what he calls the historical malady I think he has a diminished understanding of what science is At le This short booklet basically a Learner Strategies in Language Learning pamphlet was one of Nietzsche s early writings before he became The Anti Christ and contracted a bad case of megalomania where he would sign his letters toeople as The Crucified The title On the Advantage and Disadvantage of History for Life summarizes Nietzsche s thesis with this work Nietzsche criticizes the Germany of his time as without culture and lacking instinct a Dangerously Placed place where a sick soulless inwardnessrevails an. O bring this Just Destiny phenomenon to light as a remarkable symptom of our time is every bit as necessary as it may beainful I have tried to describe a feeling which has often enough tormented me I take my revenge on this feeling when I expose it to the general Paradise Run public Perhaps with such a description someone or other will have reason tooint out to me that he also knows this articular sensation but that I have not felt it with sufficient urity and naturalness and definitely have not expressed myself with the appropriate certainty and mature experience Perhaps one or two will respond in this way However most Help Me, Jacques Cousteau people will tell me that this feeling is totally wrong unnatural abominable and absolutely forbidden that with it in fact I have shown myself unworthy of theowerful historical tendency of the times as it has been by common knowledge observed for the Dignity Rising 1: Gefesselte Seelen past two generationsarticularly among the Germans Whatever the reaction now that I dare to expose myself with this natural description of my feeling common decency will be fostered rather than shamed because I am The Book of Mordred providing many opportunities for a contemporary tendency like the reaction just mentioned to makeolite ronouncemen. .
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D a synthetic Hidden Boundaries pseudo kultur disguises the real feeling of the country Nietzsche blames thishenomenon on the typical German s abstract feelings and belief in unharmed inwardness Nietzsche also states Only strong ersonalities can endure history the weak are completely extinguished by it Nietzsche believed that the modern German no *longer trusted and had faith in himself therefore when looking at history he would think how am I to feel here * trusted and had faith in himself therefore when looking at history he would think how am I to feel here opposed to the actual reality of the situation Looking at how absurd the typical American s and European irrational and total ignorance of in general views on the second World War II certainly roves that Nietzsche s views are still than relevant today When talking about most historical and contemporary events most Gods Callgirl people have an anti intellectual emotional response that they have unknowingly been indoctrinated and conditioned with like Pavlov s dog All in all this is a very insightful work in regards to understanding history and its context especially among different type of individuals from the neuter to the alphaowerful Maybe if Forever I'm Yours people read works like this they would realize that their worship of historical mythsresented as conclusive facts would be extinguished but that is surely doubtful In a world where collectivist anti intellectual metaphysical ropaganda dominates and where virtually all rofessional Historians are compromised by the thought olice it is very hard for one to discern the true facts of history from the ropaganda of lies I have forgotten how I love Nietzsche What a wickedly dry spell it has been without his verve In this small book he argues that the excessively historical man is bound to be a neurotic miserable creature incapable of happiness and subseuently of action But I feel he never truly ersuades us that happiness is a good in and of itself And I do not believe that a crushed spirit renders *one incapable of art To the contrary I would contend that it *incapable of art To the contrary I would contend that it the co. Ts Moreover I obtain for myself something of even value to me than respectability I become ublicly instructed and set straight about our times This essay is also out of touch with the times because here I am trying for once to see as a contemporary disgrace infirmity and defect something of which our age is justifiably Nebular Sammelband 5 - Galaxis in Panik proud its historical culture For I believe in fact that we are all suffering from a consumptive historical fever and at the very least should recognize that we are afflicted with it If Goethe with good reason said that with our virtues we simultaneously cultivate our faults and if as everyone knows a hypertrophic virtue as the historical sense of our age appears to me to be can serve to destroy aeople just as well as a hypertrophic vice then Nightwing: On the Razor's Edge people may make allowance for me this once Also in my defence I should not conceal the fact that the experiences which aroused these feelings of torment in me I have derived for the mostart from myself and only from others for the Bakunin: The Creative Passion purpose of comparison and that insofar as I am a student of ancient timesarticularly the Greeks I come as a child in these resent times to such anachronistic experiences concerning mysel. ,