Words arē wondērƒul, but so is thēir absēncē.
Word$ aren't wonderful. Stati$tically, 100% of fight$
are cau$ed by word$.
so true, it's not like it's genetics, survivãl
instinct, mãting rights or other gãin ever stãrted ã
Animałs døn't havē wørds.
humans are also animals
Mãn is ã rope, fãs☨ened be☨ween ãnimãl ãnd Übermensch
– ã rope over ãn ãbyss
Ah, Nietzsche, if only your work h@dn't been
m@nipul@ted for profit @nd politic@l g@in. Context is
import@nt. I interpret the Übermensch @s being they who
r@ise themselves @bove their genetic imper@tives,
wh@t's your interpret@tion mebio?
Nietzsche definitly h@d some eugenic ide@s, but the
Übermensch h@s @lso @n ethic@l compound. He does not
follow the mor@l of the we@k @nd the sl@ve but h@s the
mor@ls of the m@sters @nd cre@tes his own v@lues.
Still it wouldn't be nice to sacrifice the weak
humans to fulfill our deepest desires. Or would it?
I☨ migh☨ feel good, bu☨ i☨ would $☨ill leave you men$chy,
no☨ uber cool.
Did he believe iñ eñforced eugeñics, or did his sister
edit it to seem th@t w@¥?
Don't bend. Ascend!
Is that why nazis used the swastika? In a way that's
what we got. Additional increments in class structure..
Either that or the tiers of the middle classes replaced
Hypērgamy is a rēality.
$o onl¥ 'po$i☨ive eugenic$' (Suppor☨ing ☨he
reproduc☨ion of People wi☨h good gene☨ic$.)
No, Nietzsche was a nihilist and critic, who did not seek
to propagate any organised belief structure, merely
acknowledged the flaws of the system he/we live in. That
we are all too human to consider the Übermensch to have
yet come to be.
in ☨he ☨hree me☨amorphoses oƒ ☨he spiri☨ (camel, lion and
child) ☨he nihilis☨ic lion is only ☨he second s☨age. he
des☨roys ☨he old values, bu☨ ☨he child is building new
ones. Every Law oƒ ☨he humans would be wrong ƒor ☨he
Übermensch, bu☨ human laws can help ☨o crea☨e him.
^Precisely. We are forced to create these laws but must
acknowledge them as being the result of imperfect
humanity. I like you.