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  • Augustine Thomas Aquinas C.S. Lewis Plato Aristotle David Hume Immanuel Kant Ludwig Feuerbach Friedrich Nietzsche Soren Kierkegaard Martin Buber Authors
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  • concept as discussed by Friedrich Nietzsche in 1883 in his book Also Sprach Zarathustra (Thus Spake Zarathustra). Nietzsche used the term to describe
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  • group instead. Which is the most appropriate use of a quote? A: Friedrich Nietzsche once wrote that "there is always some madness in love. But there
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  • Martin Heidegger Louis Althusser Gaston Bachelard Immanuel Kant Friedrich Nietzsche Georges Canguilhem Raymond Roussel Jacques Derrida Georges Dumézil
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  • sick. They vomit their gall and call it a newspaper.</quote> -Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, <citetitle>Twilight of the Idols</citetitle> </para>
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  • is bad, and saying please is good, then praise is less necessary. Friedrich Nietzsche claims that we as human assert our own meaning. This is what it seem
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  • klettern und tanzen lernen; man erfliegt das Fliegen nicht! “ ” Friedrich Nietzsche, Also Sprach Zarathustra We have now seen the notion of product
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  • possible that Stoddard constructed his "under man" as an antipode to Friedrich Nietzsche's Übermensch (or superman) concept. Stoddard doesn't say so explicitly
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  • sick. They vomit their gall and call it a newspaper.</quote> -Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, <citetitle>Twilight of the Idols</citetitle> </para> Equation
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  • com/books?id=zs0lthzEwQUC&lpg=PA337&pg=PA203#v=onepage&q&f=false.  Nietzsche, Friedrich (1917) [Written 1885]. "VII: Vom Lesen und Schreiben [VII: Reading
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  • the heliocentric theory of the solar system (Scientific Revolution). Nietzsche's Superman (Übermensch) - Concept that the strong and gifted should dominate
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  • Plato's Ideal Reality- ??? Tankriks- ??? Mahayanists- see 87 Taoists- ??? Nietzsche- ??? 239 Havelock Ellis- British doctor and sexual psychologist, 1859-1939
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  • questioning the veracity of the Bible, and philosophers like Marx and Nietzsche cast doubt on the morality of Christianity. Due to government's expanding
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