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    For Cultural anthropolgy, both cultural relativity and postmodern philosophy stem from his works....Thoughts?
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    31 Jan '06 21:361 edit
    Originally posted by Vladamir no1
    For Cultural anthropolgy, both cultural relativity and postmodern philosophy stem from his works....Thoughts?
    "Mistrust those in whom the urge to punish is strong." Nietzche

    (In memory of the banned Ivory Tower thread)
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    Professa Kirk,

    It is both a blessing and an honor to hear you spit the truth one more time. A learned man such as yourself always knows the wise words of the professa's that came before him.

    I thought it prudent to inform our students of yet another wise lesson of our deceased Ivory Tower professa (and friend) Friedrich Nietzsche. As with all good professa's he could see both sides of every issue and in this quote he describes perfectly the attitude of the moderators.

    For our edification:

    "There cannot be a God because, if there were one, I would not believe that I was not he." - Nietzsche

    Praise tha Lord!

    TheSkipper
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    "If a man have a strong faith he can indulge in the luxury of skepticism." Nietzche
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    Originally posted by sasquatch672
    "God is dead." --Nietzsche

    "Nietzsche is dead." --God
    Thanks guys but you haven't addressed my question!!! Maybe you misinterpreted the facts, which reminds me of another Nietzsche quote...


    "There are no facts, only interpretations" (1886)
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    "Thanks guys but you haven't addressed my question!!!"

    If you are only looking at more modern times, Kant seems to have been pretty influential, too.
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    Nietzsche had a golden sense of humour, I like the way he classified philosophers. Out of all the reading I.ve done only Nietzsche and Thoreau possessed this "golden sense" of humour that could make me burst out laughing while reading their writings. Their cleverness was astounding.
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    Originally posted by sasquatch672
    ...girlfriend...
    Mmmmm, Jamie Lee Curtis.
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    04 Feb '06 13:54
    Originally posted by Raindear
    "Thanks guys but you haven't addressed my question!!!"

    If you are only looking at more modern times, Kant seems to have been pretty influential, too.
    Kant was/is hugely influential, especially his then original formulation of 'critique', but Nietzsche amongst many others have put Kants philosophy to rest.....
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    Originally posted by Vladamir no1
    For Cultural anthropolgy, both cultural relativity and postmodern philosophy stem from his works....Thoughts?
    Well, I suppose we ought to blame somebody.
    Ironic how the man died, though, don't you think?
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    04 Feb '06 18:34
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    Well, I suppose we ought to blame somebody.
    Ironic how the man died, though, don't you think?
    And those you cant teach to fly teach to fall the faster .........Thus spoke Zathustra
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    You were teaching?
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    06 Feb '06 00:07
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    You were teaching?
    Read Nietzsche...please 🙂
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    Yeah: that will change everything. Like I haven't?
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    Yes, but Neitzche was a fabulous materialist and braggart who lived through time and had a sense of its immenseness. Therefore, he reasoned the whole rolling universe will redo again what it is has done before. Of course he was also a joker, but I suspect he wasn,t joking here. The idea of death as the killing of consciousnes was obvious in Nietzches writings, but his saviour was time itself! However, pathetic this may seem, thereare no other ideas that are less pathetic.
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