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Beyond Good and Evil [Kindle Edition]

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche , Helen Zimmern
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 297 KB
  • Print Length: 152 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1612933033
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  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pure genius Aug. 3 2003
Beyond Good and Evil is extremely cunning and one of the most intelligent books I've ever read; I would even say, ever written.
Nietzsche pulls you in by offering his philosophy in chunks, i.e aphorisms. Reading the book is challenging and rewarding to a magnificant degree.
Recommendations: Every book Nietzsche ever wrote.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stella Mars Sept. 5 2000
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It is quaint and amusing to see some reviewers unable to "overcome" their own resentment - it is a sad commentary on the state of modern "womanhood" that such is what usually passes for feminine "thought" in these degraded and delusional days of "victim worship." All I can say is that yes - Jesus is the palpitating terror that wells up in the mind of a slave in between strikes of the lash - and Jesus has recently been renamed (rechristened?) and reconceptualized as a woman - responsible for nothing - creating nothing - only capable of parody and consumed by - resentment.
BGE is brilliant, it will destroy your preconceptions or destroy YOU in your inability to see through petty and infantile resentments (i.e. "menstrual stain"). It is not a book about "hate" or "misogyny" or any other modern fear-obsession-neurosis. It is about mind and soul, and damn everything else! Not a book for "slaves..."
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david berman's actual air has hit the world like an anvil. it makes zarathustra look like cotton candy..."actual air" is the ACTUAL air of the postdialectical diacritic diarrhetics - the stuff he went to the top of the mountain for
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TO RECOGNISE UNTRUTH AS A CONDITION OF LIFE; that is certainly to impugn the traditional ideas of value in a dangerous manner, and a philosophy which ventures to do so, has thereby alone placed itself beyond good and evil. &quote;
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A living thing seeks above all to DISCHARGE its strengthlife itself is WILL TO POWER; self-preservation is only one of the indirect and most frequent RESULTS thereof. &quote;
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as soon as ever a philosophy begins to believe in itself. It always creates the world in its own image; it cannot do otherwise; philosophy is this tyrannical impulse itself, the most spiritual Will to Power, the will to "creation of the world," the will to the causa prima. &quote;
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