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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Nietzsche is provocative, cynical, and outspoken. Urmarind demersul sau radical si acid, nu poti totusi sa nu te intrebi daca reconfigurarea moralei chiar ajunge astfel eliberata de orice rest de otrava. For instance, the concept of “good” was once dominated by the will of healthy, strong barbarians, and had the opposite meaning that it does now that it is dominated by the will of weak, “sick” ascetics.

The last essay is “What is the meaning of ascetic moralwi Also, you would not fault a lion for being a lion, so why should you fault a human for acting on his human instincts. The first essay seems to be focused around a claim that the weak and downtrodden almost forced Christian ideas al Divided into 3 essays.

I find the first two essays illuminating, but the 3rd essay on ascetic ideals seems such geneallogia tangent, I could have done without. Science’s utmost fatih in the “truth” is akin to a religious person’s faith in God. Genealobia sub masca imuabilitatii ceea ce era pana acum bun adaposteste nietzschr sa, ba, mai mult, ascunde, ca pe o otrava, transformarea in inversul sau, e nevoie de o critica a valorilor traditionale ale moralei si chiar de o critica a moralei ca atare.

Stiinta voioasa / Genealogia moralei / Amurgul Idolilor

No trivia or quizzes yet. 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 judgments based on a genealogical method whereby Nietzsche examines the origins and meanings of our different moral concepts. But if these really are his views, they’re aristocratic and pretty reactionary.

Broadly speaking, it is not fear of man which one would wish to reduce; for this fear compels the strong to be strong and on occasion fearful – it maintains the well-constituted type of man Have morals always been as we conceive of them?


Central to his philosophy is the id Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche — was a German philosopher of the late 19th century who challenged the foundations of Christianity and traditional morality. Required reading for my Junior AP class.

What I love about reading Nietzsche is that this book turns all I knew about morality on its head. Open Preview See a Problem? Religion Is Nonsense went full prophet and promised us the arrival of his ubermensch.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Nietzsche was an innovative thinker for his time that’s for sure. 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.

Let us leave these curiosities and complexities of the modern spirit, which excites as much laughter as disgust. On one level, thi For all his brilliance, Nietzsche was not one for exposition or systematic investigation.

Don’t have much to say about this yet, but I’ll be honest Nietzsche is an angry man mooralei 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. Mar 26, Michael A. Gejealogia sight of man is now a wearying sight – what is nihilism today, if not this?

Morality is generally treated as sacred because we assume that there is some transcendental ground for our morals, be it God, reason, tradition, or something else. Even after rereading some of them, I had no idea what Nietzsche was getting at and I had to do my own online research.

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The third essay is devoted to the “ascetic ideal”, which he defines and then seemingly blames for all the world’s evil, attributing things to it which make no sense and don’t fit with his definition. In Nietzsche’s distinction between a thing and moralek meaning, we find the geneealogia doubt with which Nietzsche unravels so many of our assumptions. The proud knowledge of the extraordinary privilege of responsibility, the consciousness of this rare freedom, of this power over himself and over fate, has sunk right down to his innermost depths, and has become an niwtzsche, a dominating instinct—what name will he give to it, to this dominating instinct, if he needs to have a word for it?


The Renaissance represented one of Nietzsche’s cultural ideals since it returned to an aristocratic classical tradition.

Only with the rise of slave morality did these moral concepts gain their present meanings. Return to Book Page. Rebecca Garrard I’d say yes, if not more so.

Equates “instinct of freedom” with “will to power”. The resentment of the nerds produced a scripture that gave a new definition of “good. Nietzsche posits that Jewish priests who were utterly powerless, thus giving them this motive I suppose infiltrated the “masters” and performed a transvaluation of values so that weakness and compassion were considered good and strength and power were considered bad.

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S’s “The world as will and idea” and also Kant. No trivia niwtzsche quizzes yet. According to Nietzsche, then, a belief in an absolute truth or an absolute morwlei is to give in to one particular meaning, one particular interpretation of a thing. One moment we enact forces on the word “good” to make it mean healthy and well off. For instance, the act of punishment has been at times a celebration of one’s power, at times an act of cruelty, at times a simple tit-for-tat.

Nietzsche’s ideal is to maintain this depth and yet not be ashamed of our animal instincts or of the life that glows within us.