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Normal, by Warren Ellis

(Normal, by Warren Ellis. Farrar, Straus and Giraux, 2016, 148 pp., $13.00)

reviewed by Zeke Teflon

Whether Normal is science fiction is questionable. It is however, very much concerned with the future and those who predict it, futurists. 505 more words

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Timely Advice For All Of Us Who Oppose Trump

HE WHO FIGHTS MONSTERS MUST USE CARE NOT TO BECOME A MONSTER HIMSELF.  AND IF YOU GAZE VERY LONG INTO THE ABYSS, THE ABYSS GAZES INTO YOU. 6 more words

Beyond Good and Evil: 291–96

291–96

Note: If you’ve been reading along for the past six months and thinking to yourself “I wish a better/more systematic approach to all of Nietzsche’s thought was available,” first of all, thanks for reading anyway! 1,048 more words

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Beyond Good and Evil: 274–90

274–90

(For purposes of length, I’ve adjusted today’s reading, as well as the next post.)

If the nobility of the world is really so high above the rest of us, why don’t we see them… 1,183 more words

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Beyond Good and Evil: 263–73

263–73

If there were one section in all of Beyond Good and Evil that I think Plato would have endorsed unreservedly, it is 263:

There is an instinct for rank, which more than anything else, is a sign of a high rank; there is a delight in the nuances of reverence that allows us to infer noble origin and habits. 1,040 more words

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Beyond Good and Evil: 258–62

258–62

If nobility is limited to the few (which of course by definition it must be), then what is it that sets the nobles apart from everyone else? 1,411 more words

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Beyond Good and Evil: 254–57

254–57

Nietzsche doesn’t come right out and say it, but I get the impression that his real reason for favoring the French and their “true” spirit over and above all other peoples in Europe is that France alone produced a Napoleon. 1,036 more words

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