IL ROVESCIAMENTO DEI VALORI

KONTRA KUNT

Nella sua sottile e scaltrita analisi “genealogica” del cristianesimo, Nietzsche ne rileva in primo luogo la stretta connessione con l’ebraismo, visto come l’espressione “ideologica” del “popolo più fatale della storia del mondo”, in quanto deliberatamente orientato a “falsificare” la natura, la realtà, la storia, per affermare in antitesi una religione e una morale “contro-naturali”, ma in tal modo conseguenti ad un disegno di potenza e di autoconservazione di questo popolo.

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WANDERING OF UNTIMELY ONES

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My impossible. – Seneca, or the toreador of virtue. – Rousseau, or the return to nature in impuris naturalibus [impurities in the physical world]. Schiller: or the moral trumpeter of Säckingen. – Dante, or the hyena, which poetry in graves. – Kant: or cant as an intelligible character. – Victor Hugo, or Pharos, the sea of nonsense. – Liszt: or the School of Velocity – for women. – George Sand: or lactea ubertas [milky fertility], in German: the dairy cow with “nice” style. – Michelet: or the excitement that takes off the skirt… Carlyle: or pessimism as the poorly digested lunch. – John Stuart Mill: or insulting clarity. – Les Frères de Goncourt: Ajax or the two in the fight with Homer. Music by Offenbach. – Zola: or “the joy of stink.” –

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THE “IMPROVERS (VERBESSERER)” OF MANKIND.

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One knows my demand to the philosopher, to stand beyond good and evil (jenseits von Gut und Böse), – the illusion of a moral proposition to have among themselves. This demand follows from an insight that has been formulated by me for the first time: that there are no moral facts. The sentence has the moral with the religious public that it believes in realities, which are not. Morality is only an interpretation of certain phenomena, certain spoken, a misreading.

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MORALITY AS ANTI-NATURE

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All passions have a time when they are merely disastrous, when they pull down with the severity of the stupidity of their victims – and a later, much later, where they marry with the mind to “spiritualize”. Formerly it was because of the stupidity in the passion, the passion of the war itself: they conspired for their destruction – all the old moral monsters are unanimous about it, “il faut les tuer passions.” [one must kill the passions].

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AS THE “TRUE WORLD” FINALLY BECAME A FABLE

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HISTORY OF AN ERROR.

(GESCHICHTE EINES IRRTHUMS).

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CONTRO SOCRATE [§-KANT]

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In ambito morale, Nietzsche rappresenta – a tutti i livelli – il rovescio speculare di Kant. Il concetto di decadence è un aspetto centrale della filosofia nietzscheana, utile in questa sede a comprendere meglio la relazione Nietzsche-Kant. Secondo il filosofo di Rocken, la decadenza della filosofia ha inizio con Socrate e si concreta nei secoli nella decadenza della morale (cristianesimo, “metafisica del boia”)e della politica (socialismo e democrazia).

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