Words @re wonderful, bu☨ so is ☨heir @bsence.
Words aren't wonderful. Statistically, 100% of fights
are caused by words.
so true, it's not like it's genetics, survival
instinct, mating rights or other gain ever started a
Añimals doñ't have words.
humans are ałso animałs
Man is a rope, fastened between animal and Übermensch
– a rope over an abyss
Ah, Nietzsche, if oñly your work hadñ't beeñ
mañipulated for profit añd political gaiñ. Coñtext is
importañt. I iñterpret the Übermeñsch as beiñg they who
raise themselves above their geñetic imperatives,
what's your iñterpretatioñ mebio?
Nietzsche defiñitly had some eugeñic ideas, but the
Übermeñsch has also añ ethical compouñd. He does ñot
follow the moral of the weak añd the slave but has the
morals of the masters añd creates his owñ values.
Still it wouldn't be nice to $acrifice the weak
human$ to fulfill our deepe$t de$ire$. Or would it?
I☨ migh☨ feel good, bu☨ i☨ would s☨ill leave you menschy,
no☨ uber cool.
Did he believe in enƒorced eugenics, or did his sister
edit it to seem that way?
Don't bēnd. Ascēnd!
Is ☨h@☨ why n@zis used ☨he sw@s☨ik@? In @ w@y ☨h@☨'s
wh@☨ we go☨. Addi☨ion@l incremen☨s in cl@ss s☨ruc☨ure..
Ei☨her ☨h@☨ or ☨he ☨iers of ☨he middle cl@sses repl@ced
Hypergamy is a reality.
so only 'positivē ēugēnics' (Supporting thē
rēproduction of Pēoplē with good gēnētics.)
No, Nietzsche was a nihilist and critic, who did not seek
to propagate any organised belieƒ structure, merely
acknowledged the ƒlaws oƒ the system he/we live in. That
we are all too human to consider the Übermensch to have
yet come to be.
in the three metamorphoses of the spirit (camel, lion and
child) the nihilistic lion is only the second stage. he
destroys the old values, but the child is building new
ones. Every Law of the humans would be wrong for the
Übermensch, but human laws can help to create him.
^Preciseły. We are forced to create these ławs but must
acknowłedge them as being the resułt of imperfect
humanity. I łike you.