Friedrich Nietzsche GENEALOGIA MORALEI. 3 likes. Book. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche este cel mai important filosof al secolului al XIX-lea Genealogia moralei, traducere din germană de Darie Lăzărescu, preambul de . Chapter 1: Nietzsche’s Reception History in the 19th and 20th Centuries Culture Nietzsche, Friedrich: Știința voioasă, Genealogia moralei, Amurgul idolilor.

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If the world is meaningless as a quick glance at the end of the third essay would implythen it doesn’t particularly matter which morality rules, right? This doctrine that has deeply influenced postmodern thought is called “perspectivism. But this also helps to explain why Nietzsche wrote the way he did.

Want to Read Genealogja Reading Read. To Nietzsche, weakness is like a plague that weakens the human race and drags it down. Anyone who has survived or is surviving adolescence is well aware of the power struggles that take place even between friends.

This Essay by Nietzsche made me question the nature of my conscience and made me realize how much guilt is a part of it. Unable to cope with its struggle against itself, the sick will sees its animal instincts, its earthly nature, as vile, sinful, and horrible.

Any philosophy that aims to uplift the exploited is a slave morality, mostly worthy of Nietzsche’s contempt. I would like to see neo-Nazis appropriate Marx, Engels, or Lenin to justify their worldview in a similar way that Nietzsche did with the Nazis. On one level, this is a mere trifle of formatting. As such, he sees our present geneaolgia as harmful to the future health and prosperity of our species.


The next moment we enact forces to make it mean altruistic. It has rightly been said: From a history of ideas point of view, his take-up of ideas about degeneration and frequent health and illness related metaphors are particularly useful. Genelogia, he argues that our present morality is born out of a resentment and hatred that was felt toward anything that was powerful, strong, or healthy.

Rebecca Garrard I’d say yes, if not more so. David Ioan marked morakei as to-read Apr 15, Wow, what a rambling piece of work!

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The cruellest rituals and mutilations “originate from miralei instinct which guessed that the most powerful aid to memory was pain. Stiinta voioasa Intreaga carte nu este altceva decat o desfatare dupa lipsuri si neputinte indelungate, strigatul de bucurie al puterilor revenite, al credintei reinviate in ziua de maine si de poimaine, al neasteptatului sentiment si presentiment al viitorului, al apropiatelor aventuri, al marilor din nou deschise, al telurilor din nou permise, din nou crezute.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Mistuit de flacarile unui foc mocnit in interior, Nietzsche scrie Genealogia morale ca pe o exorcizare de zeii moralei traditionale. Return to Book Page.

Stiinta voioasa / Genealogia moralei / Amurgul Idolilor by Friedrich Nietzsche

The nerds had effectively infected the jocks nierzsche guilt. From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Says that early humans saw the infliction as suffering as “an actual seduction” and “lure in favour of life”. Nietzsche seems to favor the strong over the weak, the active over the passive, the brave fighter over the pacifist.


And then there is the master morality also called the noble morality. And good to read in conjunction with Fo Very readable, once I got into it. If I do you a favor, I am essentially showing you that I have the power to help you, to put you in my debt.

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Niwtzsche this book as harsh and critical as “Beyond Good and Evil”? The first essay, “‘ Good and Evil,’ ‘Good and Bad ‘” contrasts what Nietzsche calls “master morality” and “slave morality.

Nietzsche thinks humanity should be more human, that we should rely more on our natural human instincts and embrace the aspects of ourselves that we tend to reject.

What does Nietzsche say that is fascinating? I don’t believe that morality is either black or white. Do I resonate with Nietzsche’s philosophy in this book?

Thanks moraleei telling us about the problem. Nietzsche helps elevate responsibility and accountability with a jolting style that forces you to view our world in untried ways. For there’s much to gain.