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not enough nietzsche threads

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His philosophy can be summed up as: Be Yourself.

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>Eternal Recurrence™
>Master and slave morality
>God is dead
>Transvaluation of values
>Dionysian and Apollonian

>> No.20740943

Nietzsche is söy now? *sigh* as expected of söyteens.......

>> No.20740949

>Nietzsche is söy now?
found the /pol/tard

>> No.20741003

But Nietzsche was a tranny?

>> No.20741585

you can be both tranny and onions retard.

>> No.20742649

100 trillion Nietzsche threads are not worth a single line of Nietzsche.

>> No.20742663

>you can't affirm life unless you believe your privileged, pampered life will recur eternally, which is basically my own personal heaven!

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What's the Transylvanian of Values?

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>> No.20742708

Why does he look so fat on the photo

>> No.20742816

What a braindead thread.
The internet unfortunately allows everyone to have an opinion. From the old times we only have the thoughts of the brightest. Now we can read every stupid thought of every retard.

>> No.20742829

i dont think smart people take the time to write something like that
maybe you just have dunning kruger and are using obvious shitposts as a means to comparitively bolster yourself

>> No.20742847

>tfw you Transylvanian all values

>> No.20742852

I didn't say I'm smart, but at least I'm not so retarded to speak down on and make fun of one of the biggest philosophers of his century, regardless if he shares my views or not

>> No.20743857

Please tell me the Wikifag who wrote this just happened to read NEETchud incorrectly...

> Nietzsche contrasts Christianity with Buddhism. He posits that Christianity is "the struggle against sin", whereas Buddhism is "the struggle against suffering"; to Nietzsche, Christianity limits and lowers humankind by assailing its natural and inevitable instincts as depraved ("sin"), whereas Buddhism advises one merely to eschew suffering. While Christianity is full of "revengefulness" and "antipathy" (e.g., the Last Judgment), Buddhism promotes "benevolence, being kind, as health-promoting." Buddhism is also suggested to be the more "honest" of the two religions, for its being strictly "phenomenalistic", and because "Christianity makes a thousand promises but keeps none." Martyrdom, rather than being a moral high ground or position of strength, is indicative of an "obtuseness to the question of truth."

> Similarly, Nietzsche contrasts 19th-century European morality to that of pre-Christian Greek civilization. Because sex is, in Nietzsche's thought, a fundamental affirmation of life, for its being the very process by which human life is created, Christianity's elevation of chastity (including, for example, the story of Mary's virginal pregnancy) is counter to the natural instincts of humanity, and therefore a contradiction of "natural values".[citation needed]

> Nietzsche's enthusiasm for what he called "transvaluation" stemmed from his contempt for Christianity and the entirety of the moral system that flowed from it: indeed, "contempt of man", as Nietzsche states near the end of The Antichrist. Nietzsche perceived the moral framework of Christian civilization to be oppressive:
> * Reproduction derided as sinful
> * Life as a mere investment for the hollow promise of an illustrious afterlife
> * Breaking the will to live in the real world [1][2]
> * Transvaluation would mean the exaltation of life rather than the exaltation of suffering, and an acceptance of every instinct or lust as organic and therefore valid[citation needed], and so beyond the scope of moral condemnation. What one desires would be merely what one desires, rather than either sinful or pious. What one desires would be the product of stimuli rather than the product of "will".

> I call Christianity the one great curse, the one great intrinsic depravity, the one great instinct for revenge for which no expedient (i.e. A means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenient but considered improper or immoral) is sufficiently poisonous, secret, subterranean, petty —I call it the one immortal blemish of mankind…
And one calculates time from the dies nefastus on which this fatality arose—from the "first" day of Christianity! Why not rather from its last? From today? Revaluation of all values!
> —Nietzsche, Conclusion, The Antichrist.[3]

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