Frederich Nietzsche

Frederich Nietzsche Nietzsche condemned nearly all of the religious and philosophical thought of his day to blunt terms e g God is dead He says the only reality is this world of life and death conflict and change creat

  • Title: Frederich Nietzsche
  • Author: Richard Schacht Charlton Heston
  • ISBN: 9780786169375
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Nietzsche condemned nearly all of the religious and philosophical thought of his day to blunt terms e.g God is dead He says the only reality is this world of life and death, conflict and change, creation and destruction For centuries, religious ideas have given meaning to life in the western world but as they now collapse, humanity faces a grave crisis of nihilism aNietzsche condemned nearly all of the religious and philosophical thought of his day to blunt terms e.g God is dead He says the only reality is this world of life and death, conflict and change, creation and destruction For centuries, religious ideas have given meaning to life in the western world but as they now collapse, humanity faces a grave crisis of nihilism and despair The basic character of life in this world is to exhibit a primal tendency he calls will to power He glorifies those who are strong enough to face this reality for they alone can live joyfully, without God and without any hope of ultimate salvation The overman is his new ideal, the symbol of creativity incarnate Man is fundamentally only an animal that has developed in an unusual way Yet a higher humanity can emerge if the most talented, creative and strongest individuals flourish and prevail, rising above the life of the common herd that typifies mankind Nietzsche rejects democratic ideals, believing that they ignore human differences and hinder the exceptionally talented Conflict, mastery and creativity are essential to life and its development The will to power brings about new forms of competition and superiority, as artists and other creative types pave the way for the enhancement of human life.

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    • "God is dead", probably the most famous statement of Nietzche. To deal with the loss to humanity that notion implies he proposes an alternative to the nihilism of Schopenhauer, and that is one of creativity and self improvement. He then, in my opinion, proceeds to fall off the cliff with that idea. He postulates that ├╝bermensch (over men) will come along for whom the "morality of the herd" does not apply. It is commonly held that Nietzche's philosophy was basis for the Nazi belief in creating a [...]


    • Not a bad intro. It was hard to follow at times. I was left wanting to pick up another biographical work about Nietzsche.


    • Thought the author did a good job portraying Neitzsche's ideas. I thought Neitzsche was crazy. Actually I feel he had some good ideas on language and it's relationship with consciousnesses, but all in all I just feel sad for someone who doesn't believe that eternal truths and absolutes can even exist?! I think it's funny he thought this was a new idea I think it's something the adversary has been teaching since the beginning.Also I have to say I was a little disappointed in not hearing more abou [...]


    • Good look in the life and work of Nietzsche. Anyone who is interested in philosophy and deeper thought, owes it to get over the audacity of "God is Dead" and peer into the mind of someone who truly challenged the status quo of his time. An original revolutionary. An observer of human behavior who held the creative aspect of humanity in high regard. The audio version is read by Charlton Heston.




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