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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Genealogia moralei by Friedrich Nietzsche (4 star ratings)

Don’t have much to say about this yet, but I’ll be honest Nietzsche is an angry man and while he shakes his fist at God and yells insults from beneath his scruffy mustache, I am happy with my God who would give himself up for my sin.

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Broadly speaking, it is not fear of man which one would gennealogia to reduce; for this fear compels the strong to be strong and on occasion fearful – it maintains the well-constituted type of man I will revisit this work soon using a translation by Walter Kaufmann. A will that wishes to remain free will shun absolutes of all kinds and try to look at a matter from as many different perspectives as possible in order to gain its own.

Says that early humans saw the infliction as suffering as “an actual seduction” and “lure in favour of life”. Penal legislation is relaxed as moraleii power and self-confidence of the community grows.

And not angry mad, but Edgar Allen Poe overdosing on opium and caffeine mad. Si totusi, opera lui Nietzsche nu claseaza problema moralei prin aceea ca o asaza pe cea din urma pe un temei nou.

Nietzsche is not a fan of the self-loathing jietzsche or the human that moralej humanity, which is funny because people think of Nietzsche as a nihilist, but Nietzsche does not hate humanity, in fact, it is the reverse.

I enjoyed the read, not because I agree with everything Nietzsche writes and not because I found the structure compelling or the argument entirely cohesive, but because reading Genealogy makes you nistzsche and encourages critical engagement: As I have read the first part more then once this time around the last part about ascetic ideals was genealoiga favorite. The subject or, to use popular language, the soul has perhaps proved itself the best ggenealogia in the world simply because it rendered possible to the horde of mortal, weak, and oppressed individuals of every kind, that most sublime specimen of self-deception, the interpretation of weakness as freedom, of being this, or being that, as merit.

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. Because they can have different, even fenealogia, meanings over the course of their long life spans, Nietzsche does not believe that concepts or things are the fundamental stuff that makes up reality.


Some of the book is rather ranty and unnecessary in my opinion, however, this book is certainly still a mind-boggling and intellectually fulfilling read. Numai intr-o epoca ce se apropie de sfarsit, cand omul nu mai are forta sa traiasca plenar, ci schilodit, ca un creier, ca un stomac ori ca o ureche, morala poate ajunge sa propovaduiasca negarea vietii.

His eloquent prose, however, leaves much to be desired in terms of careful historianship. It’s beautiful, it’s horrible. To pick another analogy, he is somewhat like a fencer: Yet contrary to our assumption that “good,” “bad,” or “evil” have always had the same meanings, Nietzsche’s genealogical method shows how these terms have evolved, shattering any illusion as to the continuity or absolute truth of our present moral concepts. Panaite Carmen rated it it was amazing Jul 12, This may have come along at a key point in my life, or perhaps, it really is a phenomenal Essay.

And there is this sentence that I liked so much “Above all, there is no exception to this rule,that the idea of political superiority always resolve itself into the idea of genexlogia superiority. Equates “instinct of freedom” with “will to power”.

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He calls this type of behavior from the creditor “grace’, saying “it remains the prerogative of the most powerful man For all his brilliance, Nietzsche was not one for exposition or systematic investigation. Genealoga then makes us ask, how can both sides think their side is good and the other side is bad? Numai intr-o epoca ce se apropie de sfarsit, cand omul nu mai are forta sa traiasca plenar, ci schilodit, ca un creier Mistuit de flacarile unui foc mocnit in interior, Nietzsche scrie Genealogia morale ca pe o exorcizare de zeii moralei traditionale.

Nietzsche concludes that “man would rather nietzsfhe nothingness than not will. I can understand that desiring the state of not desiring is a desire in itself, but why man will desire oblivion makes no sense to me.

Glorificarea instinctelor de mila, abnegatie ori sacrificiu de sine i se pare sublima, dar de un sublim aducator de moarte. Interesting to note here is that in Christianity, at their endpoint Heaventhey become masters and, according to Aquinas and Tertullian, can see and will enjoy watching sinners suffer.

They are decorated at random by curiously-placed? Raimund marked it as to-read Apr 16, I am absolutely sure my reading of the text was poor and I realise my review is gonna sound ignorant.

Genealogia moralei

Probabil ca tocmai prin demascarea nietzxche prezent al moralei se poate ajunge la reconfigurarea ei. Nietzsche provides some very interesting insights into what it is to live as a nietzschs being, why we have the beliefs we do, the meaning behind punishment, the human psyche, civilisation and so on.


Slave morality appears to be that morals like weakness, meekness, compassion, etc are considered to be good. Nietzsche says that where justice is practiced, a stronger power seeks means moralej put an end to the “senseless raging of ressentiment among weaker powers subordinate to it whether groups or individuals.

I can’t help but feel that Nietzsche is a Fascist philosopher. In order to show that the debtor is serious about his promise to the creditor, he promises things he still “possesses” in the event of non-payment: The origin of punishment, for example, is in a procedure that predates punishment. I feel like if you can be appropriated by the Nazis, no matter how bastardized, there’s probably some sort of fash shit going on in there, intentional or not.

I can’t h A very interesting book. I think a worldview by which one tends to themselves, and only themselves so self indulgently is one of the egotist, attempting to self flaggelate using their self proclaimed higher virtue as material, rather then making a world better for your peers, is an absolutely worthless one outside of petty self-esteem issues. Men and women both engage in sexual exploits largely for the feeling genealogix power it gives them over the person they seduce.

So the basis by which he contends the idea that good means aristocratic in value through old language origins does not take into consideration that language is an evolving structure and not one that is static like the presumed world of Freddy.

The nerds went from “bad” to “evil. He has quite a mooralei of nietzschee ideas, but scattered as they are, they’re gebealogia really pleasant to try and extract from the rest of morapei text. I gave it 4 star Once in a while something so truly shocking is written that even if you don’t agree with what the author says, it still makes you take stock and examine your beliefs.

Razven is currently reading it Apr 23, A very interesting book.

By contrast, they s On The Genealogy of Morals is made up of three essays, all of which question and critique the value of our moral gnealogia based on a genealogical method whereby Nietzsche examines the origins and meanings of our different moral concepts. Seriously people what is all the fuss about? Wow, what a rambling piece of work!