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  1. It s like Jesus, but cooler.

  2. Horror movies never frightened me in the same way certain works of literature and film did Reading through Zarathustra as a teenager was a singularly powerful experience the work defies categorization or genre, time or place I was warned that Nietzsche was dangerous for young readers like Machiavelli because he went insane This I HAD to read It was my first encounter with existential thought, a stinging critique of the very nature of values and belief The events in the book arelike Horror movies never frightened me in the same way certain works of literature and film did Reading through Zarathustra as a teenager was...

  3. How you liking them apples, Jede fucking diah Thus spoke Barnaby Jones.I read this book back around 2001 or 2002 I wasn t much concerned with writing reviews back then and how weird is that but, deeming Nietzsche a pretty smart guy, I scribbled down a bunch of notes and quotes Since I ve not a single review by Friedrich N at this place, I thought, in lieu of anythinginsightful or intelligent, to copy those notes out below, verbatim And after having done so, I m not quite sure what I How you liking them apples, Jede fucking diah Thus spoke Barnaby Jones.I read this book back around 2001 or 2002 I wasn t much concerned with writing reviews back then and how...

  4. Friedrich Nietzsche establishes in his best known book the bridge of man with his primary nature More than a parody of the metaphysical imagery, the book states that man has undergone to an abstract force, invisible Zarathustra reveals to man that life is ruled by chance and that the decline of human nature comes in the expectation that there will be something or someone directing it in life.The teachings of Socrates are fought here because life for Nietzsche is a force, not an objective The Friedrich Nietzsche establishes in his best known book the bridge of man with his primary nature More than a parody of the metaphysical imagery, the book states that man has undergone to an abstract force, invisible Zarathustra reveals to man that life is ruled by chance and that the decline of human nature comes in the expectation that there will be something or some...

  5. Verily have I overshot myself in my vanity into thinking that I was ready to attempt this book Humbled am I now.I probably got less than one third of what Nietzsche was fulminating on Maybe in another two reading or ...

  6. I have at all times written my writings with my whole heart and soul I do not know what purely intellectual problems are. There is a great deal of Nietzsche that I agree with, and hoards with which I vehemently do not I ve been accumulating quotes of his for five years now, quotes whose inherent lack of context made me like himthan I do now I still love many of his phrases as much as I did before, but if we ever met, we would not like each other at all.Despite that muddle, I am gratefu I have at all times written my writings with my whole heart and soul I do not know what purely intellectual problems are. There is a gr...

  7. The best way that I can describe this book is as a religious experience, which is kind of paradoxical because the main idea of the book is that God is dead When Zarathustra, the ancient Persian prophet, emerges from his 10 year solitude and exclaims that God has died, he doesn t mean that literally Rather, he means that the concept of God as a gateway to finding meaning in life is dead and that the meaning of life should be found not in religious worship but within the self as an exemplar of The best way that I can describe this book is as a religious experience, which is kind of par...

  8. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here While this book will sadly always be bogged down in Nietzsche s unresolved and immature childhood angst, his poetic brilliance iswell, brilliant The real stride of Zarathustra liesat the beginning, with the prophet s existence rather petering out toward the end, rather than the usual ascent into spiritual ecstasy with which similar stories finish Still, I suppose if I read the text as an insight into the mind of Nietzsche himself rather than an educational, theological journey the While this book will sadly always be bogged down in Nietzsche s unresolved and immature childhood angst, his poetic brilliance iswell, brilliant The real stride of Zarathustra liesat the beginning, with the prophet s existence rather petering out toward the end, rather than the usual ascent into spiritual ecstasy with which similar stories finish Still, I suppose if I read the text as an insight into the mind of Nietzsche himself rather than an educational, theological journey then the parallels of the author s and his subject s psyches is very satisfying.I should mention that I am not at all offended by the decidedly anti feminine sentiment that is ubiquitous in the book This is precisely because as a woman, and therefore with a biological predisposition toward empathy and care of another huma...

  9. Incredibly interesting ideas For sure you will be thinking about what is said here for a long, long time This most famous book of Nietzsche delves into the central idea the eternal recurrence of the same , also the parable on the death of God , and the prophecy of the bermensch Nietzsche himself claims it is the deepest book ever written he wasn t one prone to humility A fictionalized prophet descends from his recluse to mankind, Zarathustra, and turns traditional morality on its Incredibly interesting ideas For sure you will be thinking about what is said here for a long, long time This most famous book of Nietzsche delves into the central idea the eternal recurrence of the same , also the parable on the death of God , and the prophec...

  10. Please note Read in 2007 from an on line edition for personal research and edification Reactions to it are my own.Annotated Synopsis Described by Nietzsche himself as the deepest ever written , the book is a dense and esoteric treatise on philosophy and morality, featuring as protagonist a fictionalized Zarathustra A central irony of the text is that Nietzsche mimics the style of the Bible in order to present ideas which fundamentally oppose Christian and Jewish morality and tradition.The o Please note Read in 2007 from an on line edition for personal research and edification Reactions to it are my own.Annotated Synopsis Described by Nietzsche hims...