Thoughts on Kevin's announcement [MOT]
rene.micout at numericable.com
Wed May 12 17:10:33 EDT 2010
I am so sorry to drift on our computer's subjects, it's my fault, I made a citation about which I do not think there would be these returns back.
I also know from experience that the name of Nietzsche can be controversial. It is a paradox because it is a philosopher of life who fights nihilism and when someone is nihilistic we assimilate his remarks to those of Nietzsche ... Strange that this man is so little understood. We must recognize that his books are not easily accessible.
Le 12 mai 2010 à 22:57, Richard Gaskin a écrit :
> René Micout wrote:
> > This argument is used by the enemies of Nietzsche's thought.
> > All these stupid things taken from "La volonté de puissance"
> > book that Nietzsche ever wrote, but was built by his sister who
> > was anti-Semitic (and fan of Hitler) (with whom she strongly
> > disagreed) after the death of his brother. It is true that this
> > philosopher is dangerous because it is misunderstood (Chamberlain)
> > that can lead to aberrations. Nietzsche condemned anti-Semitism
> > very strongly in his writings. Recent studies of the philosopher
> > (in particular by Gilles Deleuze and Patrick Wotling) shows the
> > depth of his concepts of the 19th century sheds light on issues
> > pertinent to the 21st century ...
> I don't mind an OT post when I learn something. :)
> Thanks, René. Good info. Sheds good light on the man, and helps explain why my own somewhat limited readings of Nietzsche's works didn't strike me the same way others describe him.
> Richard Gaskin
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