Starting with the focus of science, philosophy going a different road and the forces of nihilism that in a different age, philosophers would be on the front lines against.
a short attempt at understanding the beginning of this aphorism. I've gotten a bit of a mental block so plan to revisit it later on. so part 1
I think that what is lacking in the conservative/republican and lets admit, alt-right (can we say white supremecists?) is a coherency of thought. Basically instead of well thought out policy positions based on observation and knowledge, it is simply a collection of dislikes, belief's and a staggering amount of insecurity. It makes perfect sense that … Continue reading Coherence
So I spent some time thinking about Nietzsche translations and have decided, since I have access to three or four translations for Human, All Too Human that I'm not just going to pick a translation but I'm going to synthesis what I find fits the flow of any given aphorism best. I will also be … Continue reading Some Notes
An attack on solipsism, then a harsh peeling back at what a simple aphorism is really attacking.
I start with examining aphorism 3 in human, all to human and move on to ranting about narcissism and borderline and the ugly stain of nihilism
A look at where philosophy tends to fail.
Pointing out the incoherence of the republican parties stances, specifically in relation to abortion.
A fact can be defined in a number of ways, for me a fact is something simple, concrete and been proven a number of times. A fact can never be completely metaphysical. You can say "God exists" but that isn't a fact, it's a statement of belief. All facts can become beliefs but not all … Continue reading Definitions Facts/Truths/Beliefs
I started writing this and realized that some of my posts are going to have to be simple definitions. A common problem I see popping up in The United States is that while most of us share the same words it sometimes seems that we are speaking different languages. Significant portions of society use the … Continue reading Nihilism: A Definition