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>zero nietzsche threads
>>20711596Nietzsche was basically a Christcuck without Christ.
>>20711596>>zero nietzsche threadsThey have a nasty habit of turning into eliminativism and cognitive psychology threads, and it scares tradfags off.Meanwhile, Neetch's political stance is way too hardcore for your average materialist atheist, so they get scared off as well, once they feel the affinity with him on epistemological questions.
>>20711596I can imagine a flying apple and make it an ideal state of reality, so to speak. That doesn't make it real and natural in our sense of the world. This is likewise with God. Nietzsche viewed the world as having no "cause" but rather a circle (recurrence) in that there is no other way for, loosely speaking, non-existence. It is a psychological bias that we impose on the world for it to have a "creator" or "prima causa" because of the nature of our linguistic structuring. Nietzsche gives an example along the lines of, e.g. I jump right now, "I" is not really the subject that jumps but rather the "idea of Nietzsche" causing me to jump and even that is subject to external causes. Nietzsche is against idealism, a presupposition of almost all morality: a right and a wrong. Rather, Nietzsche emphasizes as well the natural world, the Dionsyian. His alternative is the so-called will to power after some rumination.
>>20711735>Nietzsche viewed the world as having no "cause" but rather a circle (recurrence)Daily reminder: The Eternal Recurrence is encountered only in Zarathustra. Zarathustra's messages differ, depending on the audiences he preaches to. The Eternal Recurrence is told to sailors and explained by animals.>Nietzsche viewed the world as having no "cause"Nietzsche viewed the world in an anti-representationalist way, saying: "Hey, dumbfuck, the tools you use to locate yourself are faulty. Any attempt to use your cognition/language upon itself is compromised. So much for all your abstract words."
>>20711764>>20711764So BAsIcAllY So CALled PhILosOphY and whatever the '''modernity''' does is JusT boomers trying to represent that which cannot be represented — only disclosed (the amogus moment) one difference at the time, accessing the Absolute of Difference in our immanence.We either serve God (The Absolute of Difference) by creating ART (=not smart). Or keep following ontological boomers becoming their slaves and fighting our way up symbolic orders in a futile attempt to prove us worthy of being called smart.
>>20711596OOOOOH YES BABE NIETZSCHE THREAD!!!!! DONT MIND IF I CREATE ANOTHER TOO !!!11111
>>20711596I will fly.
>>20712310cringe to imagine nietzsche writing this lol
>>20711596What did Nietzsche mean when he said>You need to take control of the life you're givenThey call me Übermensch, cause I'm so driven>Cause I'm N-I-E-T-Z-S-C-H-EAnd I'll end any motherfucker like my name in a spelling bee
>>20711764pretty sure eternal recurrence also occurs in the gay science, (although it might not be explicitly named as such?)quick google gives me this quote from the gay science"What if some day or night a demon were to steal after you into your loneliest loneliness and say to you: 'This life as you now live it and have lived it, you will have to live once more and innumerable times more' ... Would you not throw yourself down and gnash your teeth and curse the demon who spoke thus? Or have you once experienced a tremendous moment when you would have answered him: 'You are a god and never have I heard anything more divine."
Nietzsche got felted by Girard
>>20712402The mob being able to dictate the will of the elites either way is the same thing. Violent contagion was replaced with contagion of drunken passiveness. Both are in opposition to top down control because the undercurrent behind it all including these pages is resentment from slaves towards the existence of masters. All Roman civil wars were about the same thing.I don't agree that slave morality is inherent to Christianity. It's just easy to use parts of it to fuel the resentment that was already simmering for thousands of years before Christianity.
>>20712316It's a character dude