21 Oct '06 15:03>
Zathustra's madman is still running through the streets shouting to you but still no one is listening.......god is dead!
Originally posted by telerionWhat do you equate to true death...?
He conquered physical death, but not True Death.
Originally posted by SamuraiWarriorOne can never come back from True Death, else it wouldn't be a true death now would it?
What do you equate to true death...?
Jesus went through every death possible and conquered it all...
Death to others, Death to self, Death of life, and finally, to the very end of Death itself, he had executed his mission...perfectly. Just like everything else in his life.
Something that is perfect must have the ability to conquer death i ...[text shortened]... ."
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, [b]AND THE WORD WAS GOD.[/b]
Originally posted by vistesdNietzsche’s aphorism 'The Madman' fuelled the belief that humanity was creating its own destiny through science replacing god: “God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him” (Nietzsche 1887: Book Three: 125)
Nietzsche can be argued—and among scholars there are multiple offerings of interpretation, sympathetic and unsympathetic—but he ought not to be simply dismissed based on a casual reading. He is damnably difficult, and as (deliberately?) torturous as a briar-thicket. Zarathustra cannot be read as some kind of collection of Kahlil Gibran-esque wisdom ...[text shortened]... e a temporary “giving up” of the struggle, that actually allowed a kind of “breathing space”....