Nietzsche, greek tragedy, and master slave morality

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Re: Nietzsche, greek tragedy, and master slave morality

Postby Fixed Cross » Mon Jan 20, 2020 8:41 pm

Meno_ wrote:
I dunno about Jacob, but sully has been gone a very long time, is he still alive?

Meno I asked you before, can you at least spell my name correctly?
I am Jakob. You know this very well.

Im sure S is fine. He predicted an age of barbarism and advocated the acceleration of the collapse of our society. I guess he's just sitting back grinning at how well it is going.
The strong do what they can, the weak accept what they must.
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Re: Nietzsche, greek tragedy, and master slave morality

Postby Meno_ » Mon Jan 20, 2020 9:15 pm

Fixed Cross wrote:
Meno_ wrote:
I dunno about Jacob, but sully has been gone a very long time, is he still alive?

Meno I asked you before, can you at least spell my name correctly?
I am Jakob. You know this very well.

Im sure S is fine. He predicted an age of barbarism and advocated the acceleration of the collapse of our society. I guess he's just sitting back grinning at how well it is going.



Sorry man , like someone duly noted I have been sauced lately.

But do You go along with the collapse theory?
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Re: Nietzsche, greek tragedy, and master slave morality

Postby Fixed Cross » Mon Jan 20, 2020 10:53 pm

Well, its hard to outright reject it.

For me it is a struggle, has been the past years, to keep my philosophic optimism, which is a kind of optimism that comes from having things planned out. Ive had things sort of planned out in my mind where it concerns the future of religion, for one thing. I have hopes of a peaceful solution, something to do justice to the hopes of the more lofty prophets and the more kind hearted believers, of which there are endless amounts.

And I think Im going to have to go back to that optimism, that plan of sorts, and thus, leave behind the idea that we will definitely return to an age of barbary. Its like I actively have to choose.
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Re: Nietzsche, greek tragedy, and master slave morality

Postby Pedro I Rengel » Tue Jan 21, 2020 2:20 am

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Re: Nietzsche, greek tragedy, and master slave morality

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Re: Nietzsche, greek tragedy, and master slave morality

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Re: Nietzsche, greek tragedy, and master slave morality

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Re: Nietzsche, greek tragedy, and master slave morality

Postby Pedro I Rengel » Thu Jan 23, 2020 7:49 pm

Once at a Motorhead concert, a dude walked up to me and said that we must all put on diapers and red capes and go hunt down the emos.

Prometh might have an issue with that though.

Anyway, we didn't do it.
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