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Jenseits von Gut und Böse. Vorspiel einer Philosophie der Zukunft Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche R Cken, Cerca De L Tzen, 15 De Octubre De 1844 Weimar, 25 De Agosto De 1900 Fue Un Fil Sofo, Poeta, M Sico Y Fil Logo Alem N, Considerado Uno De Los Pensadores Modernos M S Influyentes Del Siglo XIX.Realiz Una Cr Tica Exhaustiva De La Cultura, La Religi N Y La Filosof A Occidental, Mediante La Deconstrucci N De Los Conceptos Que Las Integran, Basada En El An Lisis De Las Actitudes Morales Positivas Y Negativas Hacia La Vida Este Trabajo Afect Profundamente Generaciones Posteriores De Te Logos, Fil Sofos, Soci Logos, Psic Logos, Poetas, Novelistas Y Dramaturgos.Medit Sobre Las Consecuencias Del Triunfo Del Secularismo De La Ilustraci N, Expresada En Su Observaci N Dios Ha Muerto , De Una Manera Que Determin La Agenda De Muchos De Los Intelectuales M S C Lebres Despu S De Su Muerte.Si Bien Hay Quienes Sostienen Que La Caracter Stica Definitoria De Nietzsche No Es Tanto La Tem Tica Que Trataba Sino El Estilo Y La Sutileza Con Que Lo Hac A, Fue Un Autor Que Introdujo, Como Ning N Otro, Una Cosmovisi N Que Ha Reorganizado El Pensamiento Del Siglo XX, En Autores Tales Como Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, Martin Heidegger O Deleuze Entre Otros.Nietzsche Recibi Amplio Reconocimiento Durante La Segunda Mitad Del Siglo XX Como Una Figura Significativa En La Filosof A Moderna Su Influencia Fue Particularmente Notoria En Los Fil Sofos Existencialistas, Cr Ticos, Fenomenol Gicos, Postestructuralistas Y Postmodernos Es Considerado Uno De Los Tres Maestros De La Sospecha Seg N La Conocida Expresi N De Paul Ricoeur , Junto A Karl Marx Y Sigmund Freud.

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  • Jenseits von Gut und Böse. Vorspiel einer Philosophie der Zukunft
  • Friedrich Nietzsche
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  • 15 November 2018

10 thoughts on “Jenseits von Gut und Böse. Vorspiel einer Philosophie der Zukunft

  1. says:

    I can think of few instances where an author s reputation is different from the reality of who he was, what he believed, and what he wrote perhaps only Machiavelli has been as profoundly misunderstood by history Today, Nietzsche tends to be thought of as a depressive nihilist, a man who believed in nothing, and an apologist for the atrocities of fascism but no description could be further from the truth.There probably are not many men who had reason than Nietzsche to feel resentful and miserable he grew up a sickly child, prone to severe headaches which often left him literally blind with pain Then, during his brief career in the cavalry, he tore several muscles in his side, and while serving as a medical orderly in the Franco Prussian war, contracted a number of diseases These incidents would affect his health for the rest of his life, leaving him bedridden and in pain for hours or days at a time.It would not have been unreasonable to give in to misery and bitterness under such conditions, but on those days when Nietzsche felt well enough to write, he would emerge from his room with renewed passion and vigor, taking long walks in the beauty of the countryside before returning home to labor in producing a philosophy not of misery, but of joy Contrary to his reputation, Nietzsche rejected nihilism outright he thought that if th...

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    I recommend, but with a warning The vast majority of people will not get much out of this book Filtering through these reviews, I see a lot of people who are clearly not meant for Nietzsche s writing They tend to fall under a couple of categories1 Easily Offended when Nietzsche says something they find offensive, they are turned off reading the book Nietzsche will offend you However2 People who make a superficial reading and criticize accordingly This follows from 1 Those who are initially offended always seek ways to find themselves offended, and read Nietzsche like he was an idiot Seek and ye shall find If you want to read Nietzsche as such, he will give you plenty of material 3 Those who want a clear list of premises and a linear argument Nietzsche s thought is ordered Much of this book develops thematically though, and not through premises Some won t like that style, but there is a reason Nietzsche is renowned for his writing This leads into4 People who don t think like Nietzsche Because Nietzsche doesn t write straight treatises, you need to understand the lines of thought he proposes Those who don t see those lines commonly write negative reviews complaining about how Nietzsche doesn t prove his assertions This leads to the final.5 People who don t understand Nietzsche s project This also has a lot to do with Nietzsche s style This book is not supposed to give formally structured arguments If you read Nietzsche according to some rubric you de...

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    Beyond Good and Evil simplified by Nietzsche s Ghost with the borrowed use of an uncouth female GR reviewer s desktop i I hate Germans and their silly jingoistic sense of self worth ii Women are fucking stupid and have no depth They re not even shallow It is with Germans almost as it is with women one never fathoms their depths they don t have any, that is all iii No bloody German university or professor spares a thought for my writings Miserable old fools I approve of the lone, goodly Danish professor who sees the value of my work though Ten years and nobody in Germany has felt bound in conscience to defend my name against the absurd silence under which it lies buried it was a foreigner, a Dane, who first possessed sufficient refinement of instinct and courage for this, who felt outraged by my alleged friends iv Screw notions of traditional morality.v Screw the Church Screw religion The concept of God invented as a counterconcept of life everything harmful, poisonous, slanderous, the whole hostility unto death against life synthesized in this concept in a gruesome unity The concept of beyond , the true world invented in order to devaluate the only world there is in order to retain no goal, no reason, no task for our earthly reality vi Screw Martin Luther for restoring Christianity at the very moment it was on the verge of annihilation vii ...

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    For those of you who are unfamiliar with him, Friedrich Nietzsche was an angry little man who protected himself from the Mean Old World by swaddling himself in an exaggerated ego and an even exaggerated moustache.Rather than suggest that you read any or all of his works, I ve taken the liberty of creating a Nietzsche Book Generator that you can use to construct your very own philosophical tomes, in the comfort of your own home Just follow these simple steps 1 Make one or completely ridiculous claims2 Cover your ass by asserting that anyone who disagrees with you is simply too stupid to understand what you re saying aka The Emperor s New Clothes method of argument 3 When you run out of things to say, just write the most misogynistic thing that comes to mind4 Be sure to dazzle the reader with your endless supply of Latin clich s5 Repeat steps 1 4 t...

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    290 Every deep thinker is afraid of being understood than of being misunderstood.If Nietzsche had started here rather than nearly ending with this thought he might have been comprehensible His readers might have said oh, right, so that is how it is going to be, is it We re dealing with some smart arse that is going to play games with us well, play away But, he doesn t start here he starts here SUPPOSING that Truth is a woman what then Now, my lecturer at university got very excited over this idea In fact, he was writing his doctorate on precisely this idea called it something like Nietzsche s Women So, I pretty much read this book as if it was written as an exploration of truth being defined as whatever a sort of German version of Victorian sexual relationships would have had the stereotype of woman be And really, Nietzsche, to me, simply doesn t sustain this metaphor at all Later in the work, when he talks of women a highly sexist version of women, admittedly but he talks of women, not of truth I ought to say something about how the book is structured Firstly, there is a Preface, nine parts and a final sort of ramble that I guess is supposed to be quite artistic The whole is divided into 296 numbered paragraphs Some of these paragraphs can go for a couple of pages which gets to be a pain in the bum to read, as they are thick text...

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    Nietzsche, the original Meninist NotAllPhilosophers

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    A bit of well meaning advice right at the start don t read Nietzsche for moral insight or you ll drive yourself insane with rage, or else inhale some of the poison gas here Read him instead for his insights into the nature of value, truth and knowledge Nietzsche angers us most when he most successfully shows us how naked we humans are without our most cherished faiths whether it be in human nature, natural law, the power of reason, or in a transcendent being to ground our incomplete, finite, utterly contingent existence into a cosmic meaning He shows us that value lies at the center of reasoning, and that morality, as well as every ideal of excellence, falls because every purely rational, metaphysical grounding for value has failed He also reminds us how much of what we take to be knowledge is normative through and through, and also in danger of crumbling in a naturalistic worldview Therein lies his true contribution.Much that is said about Nietzsche is ridiculously point missing and amounts to no than a nitpicking over details that are peripheral to his system Peripherals such as his virulent misogyny don t, I think, suffice to diminish the value of his key contributions to philosophy He is a ch...

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    Jenseits von Gut und B se Vorspiel einer Philosophie der Zukunft Beyond good and evil, Friedrich Nietzsche In Beyond Good and Evil, Nietzsche accuses past philosophers of lacking critical sense and blindly accepting dogmatic premises in their consideration of morality Specifically, he accuses them of founding grand metaphysical systems upon the faith that the good man is the opposite of the evil man, rather than just a different expression of the same basic impulses that find direct expression in the evil man The work moves into the realm beyond good and evil in the sense of leaving behind the traditional morality which Nietzsche subjects to a destructive critique in favour of what he regards as an affirmative approach that fearlessly confronts ...

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  10. says:

    Nietzsche definitely had the Will to Power The Power to Argue Logically, Employing Thoroughly Supported, Well Developed Premises and Reaching Incisive, Cogent Conclusions not so much Still, I did find quite a few of his wittily phrased sass attacks pretty entertaining Mostly.

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