HUMANITY – THE NEW SUPREME BEING:POLITICAL LIBERALISM

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The goal of political liberalism, the first incarnation of liberalism, as an ideology and movement was to elevate, protect, and enforce the notions that there is (a) nothing sacred in nature and (b) nothing else in society other than “human being” or “Man.” The political liberals were atheists or deists who resisted all notions of the existence or participation of God in public life.

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LA PRIMERA COMUNICACIÓN DE LA DOCTRINA DEL ETERNO RETORNO:«INCIPIT TRAGOEDIA»

«INCIPIT TRAGOEDIA»

 

 

 

 

 

 

El pensamiento del eterno retorno de lo mismo, en cuanto es el mayor de los pesos, es el pensamiento más grave. ¿Qué acontece si se piensa efectivamente este pensamiento? Nietzsche da la respuesta con el título del fragmento que sigue inmediatamente a la primera comunicación del pensamiento más grave y constituye la verdadera conclusión de La gaya ciencia (342; la. ed. 1882): «Incipit tragoedia».

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THE CAESURA OF THE ACT

THE CAESURA OF THE ACT

 

 

 

 

 

 

The act that engenders thinking within thought occurs in the wake of the encounter with intensity (the cogitandum) and the transcendent exercise of the faculties. Accordingly, thinking is not the act of a preconstituted, already individuated psychic agent but rather something that is provoked by intensive difference; it is the effect of a transcendent exercise of the faculties wherein the psyche is folded back into its own field of individuation in such a way as to usurp its specification in the I and its organization in the self (Deleuze 1968: 330, 1994: 257).

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MISANTHROPIC HATE

MISANTHROPIC HATE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Misanthropes are not born, they are made.

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THE UNABOMBER MANIFESTO:SURROGATE ACTIVITIES

THE UNABOMBER MANIFESTO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

38. But not every leisured aristocrat becomes bored and demoralized. For example, the emperor Hirohito, instead of sinking into decadent hedonism, devoted himself to marine biology, a field in which he became distinguished. When people do not have to exert themselves to satisfy their physical needs they often set up artificial goals for themselves. In many cases they then pursue these goals with the same energy and emotional involvement that they otherwise would have put into the search for physical necessities.

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