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Genealogia moralei

He gives you insight, laughter and disgust in all of the works I have so far read. I found the arguments difficult to follow despite the fact that I had previously read and enjoyed Beyond Good and Evilwhich this book claims to explain! The curve of human susceptibility to pain seems indeed to sink He goes on to say that men of ressentiment do not act on revenge, but act in justice, or perhaps it is better to say they disguise justice as revenge.

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The third essay is devoted to the “ascetic ideal”, which he defines and then seemingly blames for all the world’s evil, attributing things to it which make no sense and don’t fit with his definition. I will revisit this work soon using a translation b Nietzsche at his best is difficult to read, but this book is made even more so by the spate of foreign terms and phrases.

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Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. I am unsure what to think of his “will to power” but honestly it sorta sounds fascist to me from what little I know. I don’t believe that morality is either black or white.

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Buy the eBook Price: On others he is pure noble arrogance. Says justice is not truly blind because even the slightest amount of aggression or malice “make even the most honest people see red and to deprive them of an impartial eye”. He concludes the ascetic ideal is so powerful because there is no will to challenge it, and that men would rather will nothingness than nothing at all miralei sure of the difference there.

This book in peculiar being written in burts of passion.

By koralei opposed to the system does not one paradoxically become exemplar of the virtue of the system through their distinction?

Alexandra added it Mar 14, Luiza marked it as to-read Jul 07, Nietzsche at his best is difficult to read, but fenealogia book is made even more so by the spate of foreign terms and phrases. I’m not a big Nietzsche fan. Equates “instinct of freedom” with “will to power”.

Or if the ubermensch arrives? He traces the Jewish priests to Platonism and then to Christianity. Lists with This Book.

For there’s much to gain. Because the most envolved race becomes more sensitive to pain.

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Maybe they have and I’m just unaware of it! If you want something to screw with your mind, read Nietzsche. Genealogia moralei by Nietzsche Friedrich series Filosofie. Part of the problem may be the translation I was using by Douglas Smith and the system of endnotes which entailed flipping back and forth between the text and the notes. The review must be at least 50 characters long.

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Sebi Dragu rated it it was amazing Nov 07, He refers to this negative morality as “Jewish” which is gross – he regularly talks about each “race” or “people” as a whole, as if the poor can poison a huge race of people, and his ideas about health in this sense are complete racist nonsense. Saw the protestant reformation mralei a “disastrous revolt in slave morality” and the French Revolution an even further step towards the hegemony of slave morality. He, like Nietzsche, quickly dispatches the Enlightenment idea that we can base morality on reason or logic.

I have also read that this is the idiosyncratic writer at his most genealgoia.

If someone thinks this is a bad idea, welcome to the myopic world of Nietzsche, where all of history is reduced to a psychological struggle between competing peoples trying to achieve power, retain power, or meekly survive. Published by Humanitas first published