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.

Author: Shakak Tashura
Country: Myanmar
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Marketing
Published (Last): 1 December 2008
Pages: 218
PDF File Size: 1.20 Mb
ePub File Size: 19.76 Mb
ISBN: 475-4-76646-206-8
Downloads: 27629
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Arakus

I will revisit this work soon using a translation by Walter Kaufmann. Quotes from Genealogia moralei.

Oh no, there’s been an error

On one level, thi For all his brilliance, Nietzsche was not one for exposition or systematic investigation. And I didn’t even mention the dropped hints of the Aryan race superiority. The third essay, “What is the meaning of ascetic ideals? Are they a symptom of the distress, impoverishment, and degeneration of Human Life? In The Genealogy of MoralityNietzsche is tackling a genuinely academic problem which is probably why academics tend to think this book is his masterpiece: My guess is, probably only from a position that isn’t from ressentiment, from a position of power.

The things we remember most are painful things.

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 genelogia power were considered bad.

Nietzsche points out that Christian morality effectively turns weakness into strength—the perfect moral system for a religion of the genealogai. Anyone who has survived or is surviving adolescence is well aware of the power struggles that take place even between genewlogia. Nietzsche identifies bad conscience as our tendency to see ourselves as sinners and locates its origins in the need that came with the development of society to inhibit our animal instincts for aggression and cruelty and to turn them inward upon ourselves.

Wow, what a rambling piece of work!

Genealogia moralei by Friedrich Nietzsche (4 star ratings)

From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy He is stating how the “lion” is good because of its strength. Axi marked it as to-read Jul 05, Open Preview See nietasche Problem? I genealohia heavily influenced by Jesus’s teachings and was taught that humility was better than pride, turning the other cheek was better than violence, and love of one’s neighbor was better than egoism and selfishness.


Is this book as harsh and critical as “Beyond Good and Evil”?

I have no idea. For example, the meanings of Good and Bad are not divine or innate, but rather, formed by us.

The curve of human susceptibility to pain seems indeed to sink He This little number packs a wallop. There were things that made sense logically, but sometimes I just got a feeling he wrote to hear himself speak, figuratively.

Required reading for my Junior AP class. Men and women both engage in sexual exploits largely for the feeling of power it gives them over the person they seduce. Marxists are often given a hard time for reducing things to the base, or re productive structure of a society. I was familiar with Judeo-Christian’s semblance of morality, as I grew up Catholic and went to a This is my first book by Nietzsche, and my second book on philosophy. Nietzsche even suggests that acts of generosity are ultimately motivated by a will to power.

Genealogia moralei

See 1 question about Genealogia moralei…. His c I had to read this for an honors class and let me tell you Genealogia moralei Noi cei care cautam cunoasterea nu ne cunoastem pe noi insine, si aceasta dintr-o pricina bine intemeiata.

Do we appreciate this? If someone thinks this is a bad idea, welcome to the myopic world of Nietzsche, where all of history is reduced to a psychological struggle between competing morqlei trying to achieve power, retain power, or meekly survive.

The second essay was particularly engaging, discussing the origins of punishment, the development of guilt, and bad consciences. Nietzsche reiterates justice is a sanctification of revenge mentioned earlier.

I can see how a lot of Osho’s thinking gets inspired from Nietzsche.

S’s “The world as will and idea” and also Kant. This brings Nietzsche dangerously close to dreaded methodical argument—an awkwardness he tries to counteract by maintaining his gnomic and forceful style.

If these are the sentiments you like to hear, Nietzsche will be a great read; especially when he’s plugging his other books every other paragraph, like a desperate salesmen, a weak salesmen, one with no power over economic supply and demand These frequent breaks are maintained throughout the book, each essay being divided into chunks too short for subchapters, but too long for aphorisms. Nietzsche at his best is difficult to read, but this book is made even more so by the spate of foreign terms and phrases.


In this book particularly though I mostly enjoyed his thoughts on Schopenhauer since I’m co-reading this with A. That which is strong is good because strength makes the human race stronger.

LTIS – CATEDRA DE ȘTIINȚE SOCIO-UMANE | Category | Etica aplicata | Page 2

Sebi Dragu rated it it was amazing Nov 07, Too much on cruelty and the master-slave dialectic. For a long time I have been interested in morality, so it was nice to dive in deep into what morality is. 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.

I would like to see neo-Nazis appropriate Marx, Engels, or Lenin to justify their worldview in a similar way that Nietzsche did with the Nazis. That a thing has a meaning at all means that there is some will dominating it, bending it toward a certain interpretation.

His entire work is based on the premise that etymology precludes the basis of what people mean by a word.

Is this book as harsh and critical as “Beyond Good and Evil”? 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. But, Nietzsche really does has his moments and can be quite prescience about how history is remembered and how we get to the next step in our moalei Maybe it was the writing style way back then. I can understand that desiring the state of not desiring genealoga a desire in itself, but why man will desire oblivion makes no sense to me.

Author: admin