COMO SE FILOSOFA A MARTILLAZOS (Spanish Edition) und über 4,5 Millionen weitere Bücher verfügbar für Amazon Kindle. Erfahren Sie mehr. El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos has ratings and reviews. Nikos said: Από τα ωραιότερα βιβλία του Νίτσε. Καταπιάνεται με. El ocaso de los ídolos: cómo se filosofa a martillazos by Friedrich Nietzsche at – ISBN – ISBN – Busma.
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It is less illusory, more firm, tightly written, expertly edited, and easier to digest than anything else I have read by him. Kindle Edition84 pages.
Fritz the nickname his family gave him when he was young; it has caught on for me calls for a “revaluation of all values” and this book is one of his many attempts to sketch a way forward after the “death of God. With TwilightNietzsche set out to test our great idols, our long-held belief systems, with a hammer as he would a tuning fork.
You wanna forsake God, go all the way.
Nietzsche comes out as a stark realist and cuts out all the nonsense. Humano, Demasiado Humano Spanish Edition. Insulta constantemente y lanza ataques a Kant, Schopenhauer e incluso a Heiddeger, los considera los principales contribuidores de lo que llama la decadencia social. Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: In a word, he criticizes nearly everything, though has a soft spot for the pre-platonic Greeks and their Dionysian conceptions, these being kindred to constant renewal, self-affirmation, rebirth, the importance of pro-creation and the human coo as a sexual entity.
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El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos by Friedrich Nietzsche (5 star ratings)
And his aphoristic style is short and curt and as the name of the filoxofa suggests, it really feels like someone is pounding you with a hammer. Refresh and try again. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. The blows are swift and direct. It is also clear and concise and easily digested, written in short self-contained segments of a few paragraphs or less.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Nietzsche really is a Christians best friend in the realm of atheist literature. We can witness this today as well, people analyzing sw without the context of that era.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. This book is explosive – like a hammer that shatters a rock to a million little bits, as the subtitle might indicate. Socrates was a genius, and he used his genius to insult people.
There is yet a third case: Would you like to tell us about a lower price? He was more in line with self-affirmation and the allowance that some people are stronger and more worthy of respect and social advancement than others, while recognising democracy to breed a poltical class of “flattering squanderers” who flatter the voting public and then squander the power their given as a result – some modern examples spring to mind! I recommend that readers looking for a place to start with Fritz This book is explosive – like a hammer that shatters a rock to a million little bits, as the subtitle might indicate.
Explore the Home Gift Guide. In many ways, Nietzsche expounds his existential views. El quinto apartado, es un ataque a la moral de las formas desde el Nuevo testamento hasta Schopenhauer. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.
Some paragraphs are brilliant pieces of writing and they have either loose connections or none at all. Even if you don’t agree with everything he says, it’s worth reading for the general recognition and revaluation of hidden assumptions. Customers who bought this item also bought.
El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos
In the end, he denies Accountability. The way he tackled Socrates, Plato, the Romans, free will, causation, and morality so quickly and easily is inspiring. Nietzsche echa una mirada a su patria. This book mostly deals with those “idols” in question, specifically the ones who placed abstraction above reality, calling it reason, leading to a degradation of natural instincts and the transcendence of weakness to strength; overall, to decadance of every kind while calling it virtue.
At the end he mentions how the creators of moral orders, did not feel pangs of conscience to tell lies. Nietzsche is definitely the master of words. He analyzes free will, and how it has given approval for the priests to hold people accountable and give them punishment or render them with guilt.