10 thoughts on “هذا هو الإنسان

  1. says:

    For whom am I writing this review If Nietzsche were by my side I suspect he would want me to start with the following quote from Ecce Homo To you, the bold venturers and adventurers, and whoever has embarked with cunning sails upon dreadful seas, to you who are intoxicated with riddles, who take pleasure in twilight, whose soul is lured with flutes to every treacherous abyss If you are, in fact, intoxicated with riddles, take pleasure in twilight, and your soul is lured wi...


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    Not really like a traditional autobiography yet very intriguing the book is satirical Nietzsche s belief in his own greatness lies in the fact that he has understood the condition of human race unlike any other.Traits of existentialist nihilism could be found ...


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    I was once asked, if I could meet and have a conversation with one writer poet philosopher of any era, dead or alive, whom would I choose The answer was and always has been Nietzsche I would sit down and have a hell of a talk with the guy, although, I m sure, we would end up with our hands on each other s necks.I remember the first time I read something of his, it was Antichrist, 10 odd years ago and my mind was blown Thus Spoke Zarathustra is perhaps my favorite book ever and I go back to it I was once asked, if I could meet and have a conversation with one writer poet philosopher of any era, dead or alive, whom would I choose The answer was and always has been Nietzsche I would sit down and have a hell of a talk with the guy, although, I m sure, we would end up with our hands on each other s necks.I remember the first time I read something of his, it was Antichrist, 10 odd years ago and my mind was blown Thus Spoke Zarathustra is perhaps my favorite book ever and I go back to it from time to time when I need a kick in the ass My point is, I always feel a closeness to Nietzsche Every time I open one of his books, it s like we re sitting in a small cafe, round metallic tables and all, just the two of us, and I m leaning close so I can suck in as much of his brilliance as I can I can t tell if he enjoys my company but I sure as hell enjoy his.And so it was that I open...


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    I was a very serious student during the last two years at Grinnell College Senior year had a pattern of working in the library all day, going to the work study job at its Pub Club at night, heading back to the Vegetarian Coop after cleaning up the bar to study in until too weary to continue It was then that I seriously read Goethe s Faust, most of Nietzsche and, of course, a lot of C.G Jung, particularly his alchemical writings.Until the very end of senior year I had no girlfriend Indeed, I I was a very serious student during the last two years at Grinnell College Senior year had a pattern of working in the library all day, going to the work study job at its Pub Club at night, heading back to the Vegetarian Coop after cleaning up the bar to study in until too weary to continue It was then that I seriously read Goethe s Faust, most of Nietzsche and, of course, a lot of C.G Jung, particularly his alchemical writings.Until the very end of senior year I had no girlfriend Indeed, I hadn t had a girlfriend for a while, but I d gotten over obsessin...


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    Friedrich Nietzsche 1844 1900 began the composition of this most unusual book on his 44th birthday, October 15, 1888, the last birthday before he believed himself to be the King of Italy, then Napoleon, then God, ultimately sliding into the final catatonic phase in which he passed the remaining 11 years of life Ecce Homo Behold the Man , his last book, has as subtitle Wie man wird, was man ist How one becomes what one is It is a final summary of the significance of Nietzsche the prophet Friedrich Nietzsche 1844 1900 began the composition of this most unusual book on his 44th birthday, October 15, 1888, the last birthday before he believed himself to be the King of Italy, then Napoleon, then God, ultimately sliding into the final catatonic phase in which he passed the remaining 11 years of life Ecce Homo Behold the Man , his last book, has as subtitle Wie man wird, was man ist How one becomes what one is It is a final ...


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    Ecce Homo, a short philosophical autobiography easy to read, throws a raw light on Nietzsche s work, that emanating from an acute awareness of imminent madness held in reverence by an impressive megalomaniac power This does not alter the intellectual quality of the work, in which the author recounts the genesis of his texts, but especially the way it is perceived Even if it is never said clearly, we can guess a certain lucidity about its limits which allows the thinker to transcend not self Ecce Homo, a short philosophical autobiography easy to read, throws a raw light on Nietzsche s work, that emanating from an acute awareness of imminent madness held in reverence by an impressive megalomaniac power This does not alter the intellectual quality of the work, in which the author recounts the genesis of his texts, but especially the way it is perceived Even if it is never said clearly, w...


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    Nietzsche struck me like a bolt from the blue in my transition to adulthood There was one darkly heroic phrase from The Birth of Tragedy that stuck ein Pessimismus der St rke, a pessimism that springs from power Now that I m rediscovering Nietzsche this dichotomy has lost nothing of its relevance And I admire, no I love this man fo...


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    It is certainly hard to review the last book of the greatest man ever lived Ecce Homo, is Nietzsche s interpretation of his works shortly before his madness The book has divided into 15 small chapters with stunning names starting with why I am so wise and ending with why I am a Destiny There is no doubt in Nietzsche s greatness however, he could be viewed as arrogant and self centered by some readers who are not realized that all he did was to emphasize in his extraordinary finding of Hu It is certainly hard to review the last book of the greatest man ever lived Ecce Homo, is Nietzsche s interpretation of his works shortly before his madness The book has divided into 15 small chapters with stunning names starting with why I am so wise and ending with why I am a Destiny There is no doubt in Nietzsche s greatness however, he could be viewed as arrogant and self centered by some readers who are not realized that all he did was to emphasize in his extraordinary finding of Human His prescription of a great man concluded in a simple formula called Amor Fati My formula for greatness in a human being is amor fati that one wants nothing to be other than it is, not in the future, not in the past, not in all eternity He simply wanted the human to have love of fait in everything that happens to them including suffering and loss as good As good is necessary to one s life and existence whether they like it or not And this is what he did himself...


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    I can t pretend to like Nietzsche I know it is trendy to see him as not nearly as reactionary or as right wing as he might have been considered in the past when he was viewed as one of the philosophical ancestors of the Nazis, and it is true that is unfair but all the same, he is pretty reactionary.I could never read his stuff as if it was just about psychology, I could not avoid the most men are sheep ...


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    Well this is one of those difficult books to review Nietzche s extensive influence on contemporary thought is certainly without question This book is itself quite a funny read on its satirical level However, it exaggerates for effect Nietzsche s belief in his own greatness, so while it may be technically overstated in the book, Nietzsche believes the underlying point that he has understood the misdirection of the human race unlike any who have ever been created Where 2000 years of human bei Well this is one of those difficult books to review Nietzche s extensive influence on contemporary thought is certainly without question This book is itself quite a funny read on its satirical level However, it exaggerates for effect Nietzsche s belief in his own greatness, so while it may be technically overstated in the book, Nietzsche believes t...


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