By Friedrich Nietzsche
Past reliable and Evil: Prelude to a Philosophy of the longer term is a ebook by means of thinker Friedrich Nietzsche, first released in 1886. It attracts on and expands the tips of his earlier paintings, therefore Spoke Zarathustra, yet with a extra severe and polemical method. In past reliable and Evil, Nietzsche accuses prior philosophers of missing severe experience and blindly accepting dogmatic premises of their attention of morality. particularly, he accuses them of founding grand metaphysical structures upon the religion that the great guy is the other of the evil guy, instead of only a diversified expression of an analogous easy impulses that locate extra direct expression within the evil guy. The paintings strikes into the area "beyond solid and evil" within the feel of forsaking the normal morality which Nietzsche topics to a harmful critique in favour of what he regards as an affirmative method that fearlessly confronts the perspectival nature of information and the perilous of the fashionable person.
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131. The sexes deceive themselves about each other: the reason is that in reality they honour and love only themselves (or their own ideal, to express it more agreeably). Thus man wishes woman to be peaceable: but in fact woman is ESSENTIALLY unpeaceable, like the cat, however well she may have assumed the peaceable demeanour. 132. One is punished best for one’s virtues. 133. He who cannot find the way to HIS ideal, lives more frivolously and shamelessly than the man without an ideal. 134. From the senses originate all trustworthiness, all good conscience, all evidence of truth.
76. Under peaceful conditions the militant man attacks himself. 77. With his principles a man seeks either to dominate, or justify, or honour, or reproach, or conceal his habits: two men with the same principles probably seek fundamentally differ- Contents 88 Friedrich Nietzsche. Beyond Good and Evil. ent ends therewith. 78. He who despises himself, nevertheless esteems himself thereby, as a despiser. 79. A soul which knows that it is loved, but does not itself love, betrays its sediment: its dregs come up.
132. One is punished best for one’s virtues. 133. He who cannot find the way to HIS ideal, lives more frivolously and shamelessly than the man without an ideal. 134. From the senses originate all trustworthiness, all good conscience, all evidence of truth. 135. Pharisaism is not a deterioration of the good man; a considerable part of it is rather an essential condition of being good. 136. The one seeks an accoucheur for his thoughts, the other seeks some one whom he can assist: a good conversation thus originates.