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Hilariously Endorsing One's Enemies (A response to Anita Sarkeesian)

It’s funny when you watch people who think that they are so smart be made to look so dumb.  Like, really funny.  The kind of funny where I am unable to process it because of the levels of funny that I am seeing.  1,028 more words

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Jade - Positive Female Characters in Video Games

Anita Sarkeesian has released a new video on her youtube channel: feministfrequency on Jade from Beyond Good and Evil. The video is pretty good, but people are accusing her of hypocrisy over a character trying to expose a cover up, and Anita being part of… some… anti-GamerGate… cover up? 351 more words

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#62. Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche (Catharina)

I’m not sure what I think of this book. It’s probably not the easiest book to follow, especially if you are not very clued up on your philosophy. 151 more words

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Nietzsche: For every high world one must be born...

What a philosopher is, that is hard to learn because it cannot be taught: one must “know” it, from experience—or one should have the pride not to know it. 515 more words

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Nietzsche: Is greatness possible?

Today, conversely, when only the herd animal receives and dispenses honors in Europe, when “equality of rights” could all too easily be changed into equality in violating rights—I mean, into a common war on all that is rare, strange, privileged, the higher man, the higher soul, the higher duty, the higher responsibility, and the abundance of creative power and masterfulness—today the concept of greatness entails being noble, wanting to be by oneself, being able to be different, standing alone and having to live independently. 83 more words

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Nietzsche: Knowledge for its own sake

“Knowledge for its own sake”—that is the last snare of morality: with that one becomes completely entangled in it once more.1

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Nietzsche: The will to mere appearance

This will to mere appearance, to simplification, to masks, to cloaks, in short, to the surface—for every surface is a cloak—is countered by that sublime inclination of the seeker after knowledge who insists on profundity, multiplicity, and thoroughness, with a will which is a kind of cruelty of the intellectual conscience and taste. 72 more words

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