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 Idolos by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Obras completas de Federico Nietzsche: El ocaso de los ídolos, El anticristo, Ditirambos dionisíacos, La voluntad de.
|Country:||Central African Republic|
|Published (Last):||10 January 2011|
|PDF File Size:||1.29 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||14.39 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Instead of spiritualizing, beautifying and deifying a passion, the passion is exterminated.
It removes the impediments, the hurdles out of your way. His conception of freedom is power. Quotes from Twilight of the I I mean that with no irony.
El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos
There are a lot of pithy aphorisms you will find inside the book chapters as well. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Some paragraphs are brilliant pieces of writing and they have either loose connections or none at all.
La Dama de las Camelias Alejandro Dumas. It was the man himself who forced Athens to give him a death sentence. Mar 25, Tyler V. From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.
But they won’t and don’t. Crimen y Castigo Fiodor Dostoievski. To glorify, to select, to praise, to highlight and to strengthen or weaken certain valuations.
El Ocaso de Los Idolos
Nietzsche acts as a Socratic gadfly or internet troll, to take a more modern analogy to Western civilization in this book, questioning and criticizing loss. A buffoon who got himself to be taken seriously. In many ways, Nietzsche expounds his existential views.
A kind of castration in which you decapacitate the man of his passions. Nietzsche is definitely the master of words. Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson. Nothing is off the table for deconstruction and criticism – he criticises democracy, the idea of equality that it ce birth to, and much other of the notions that we mostly take for granted.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Nietzsche picks about 20 or 25 topics here and takes a deep, but quick, dive into them. We can witness this today as well, people analyzing events without the context of that era. Whether Manu, Plato, Confucius or any other religious or moral authority, they told lies. This book has been known by many titles and subtitles since it was published in This is probably one of the best choices for Nietzsche beginners but by no means easy to really get to the bottom of.
El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos by Friedrich Nietzsche (5 star ratings)
Nietzsche writes in a vague prose, and there are multiple interpretations of his texts, but I will make it simpler for me and write my first impressions of the book. En suma es una super libro, habla sobre todo: My man really was, and is, the master idolis the epigram. He is able to beautifully being angry at institutions, German society, and Christianity.
In the end, he denies Accountability. He goes after atheists with such a fury with such ferocity it’s idloos wonder atheists enjoy him.
After all Nietzsche wrote: Published November 17th first published September Celebrates the Ancient practices of affirming life by deifying sex and birth rather than holding them sinful by later Christian morality. 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!
It is also clear and concise and easily digested, written in short self-contained segments of a few paragraphs or less.