Friedrich Nietzsche The Man Who Killed God

1844-1900 Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche. German philosopher.

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche October 1 15 844 - Weimar, August 25, 1900 was Arnoldo Alemán, considered one of the most modern thinker influential 19th century philosopher, poet, musician and scholar.He made a thorough critique of the culture, religion and Western philosophy, through the deconstruction of the concepts that comprise them, based on the analysis of moral attitudes (positive and negative) to life. This work profoundly affected generations of theologians, philosophers, sociologists, psychologists, poets, novelists and playwrights. He meditated on the consequences of the triumph of the secularism of the Enlightenment, expressed in your comment "God is dead", in a way that determined the agenda of many of the best-known intellectuals after his death. While some argue that the defining characteristic of Nietzsche is not so much the theme was but the style and the subtlety with which did it, he was an author who introduced, like no other, a worldview which has reorganized the thought of the 20th century, authors such as Jacques Derrida, Martin Heidegger, Michel Foucault and Deleuze among others. Nietzsche received recognition during the second half of the 20th century as a significant figure in modern philosophy. His influence was particularly noticeable in the Existentialist critics, phenomenological, Existentialism and postmodern philosophers. He is considered one of the three "masters of suspicion' (according to the well-known expression of Paul Ricoeur), along with Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud.

What concerns me is not that you lied to me, but that from now on, not I believe in you.

The fate of the men is made up of happy moments, life has them, but not happy times.

The individual has always fought to not be absorbed by the tribe. If you try, you'll often be alone, and sometimes scared. But no price is too high for the privilege of being oneself.

Hope is the worst of the evils because it prolongs the torment of man.

Everything is done for love, is beyond good and evil.

One who has a why to live can deal with all the "hows".

Without music life would be a mistake.

The more vulgar Word and more rude letter are better, are more educated than silence.

Having faith means not wanting to know the truth.

There is no reason for the suffering, but if it arrives and tries to get into your life, do not be afraid; look to the face and the well up front.

Being independent is something of a small minority, it is the privilege of the forts.

In love there's always something of madness, the madness there is always some reason.

Love and hatred are not blind, they are blinded by the fire are inside.

The most common lie is one with which a man is deluding himself. Deceive others is relatively vain flaw.

Is the man only a judgment of God, or God just a failure of the man?.

One that builds the future only has the right to judge the past.

The man, in his pride, created God in his image and likeness.

The maturity of man is to have returned to find the seriousness with which played when I was a child.

The intellectual power of a man is measured by the dose of humour which is able to use.

His works

Questionnaire genealogy of morals

Friedrich Nietzsche: Lieder, Piano Works, Melodrama

Friedrich Nietzsche - his music - Seine Musik

Friedrich Nietzsche - Compositions of his Youth (1857-1863)

Friedrich Nietzsche - Compositions of His Mature Years (1864-82)

Friedrich Nietzsche - Sämtliche Werke für Klavier Solo

Friedrich Nietzsche - Piano Works with Violin

Friedrich Nietzsche - The Music Of Friedrich Nietzsche 1y 2

Days of Nietzsche em Turim
DAYS of NIETZSCHE in Turin, j. Bressane (2001). Excellent film essay that tells, from own writings of Nietzsche, the stay in Turin. This film can be seen from Youtube in 8 parts; the links from 2 to 8 can be found below. (Click on image to access the first part).

This documentary, produced by the BBC and dubbed the Spanish, made a presentation of the life and work of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. The documentary is part of a trilogy entitled & quot;Human, all too human & quot; that includes, in addition to the documentary dedicated to Nietzsche, one on Heidegger and Sarte on. The latter, for the time being, have not been dubbed or subtitled.
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Duration: 50 min
Language: Spanish
Size: 165 MB

Based on the novel by Irvin D. Yalom of the same name, it is the story of an obsession, a drama of love, fate and willingness that formed the basis of modern psychoanalysis. The story follows the dramatic life of two intellectuals, enigmatic, who changed the course of intellectual Europe's history and women them intrigued and ruined. Friedrich Nietzsche, Sigmund Freud, Dr. Josef Breuer, Louise (Lou) von Salome and Anna or cross paths when Breuer and Freud have access to treat Nietsche.
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Size: 1.1GB
Audio: Spanish Ac3 5.1

All his books:
? Friedrich Nietzsche - more beyond good and evil
? Frederick Nietzsche - aphorisms
? Nietzsche Friedrich - thus spoke Zarathustra
? Nietzsche Friedrich - as the "real world" ended up becoming a fable
? Nietzsche Friedrich - letters
? Nietzsche Friedrich - how philosophy to hammer blows
? Nietzsche Friedrich - five prefaces for five books
? Nietzsche Friedrich - the Wanderer and his shadow
? Nietzsche Friedrich - too human human
? Nietzsche Friedrich - the gay science
? Nietzsche Friedrich - the genealogy of morals
? Nietzsche Friedrich - of more beyond good and evil
? Nietzsche Friedrich - my life
? Nietzsche Friedrich - Shopenhauer as educator
? Nietzsche Friedrich - Ecce homo.How to get to what is
? Nietzsche Friedrich - the Antichrist
? Nietzsche Friedrich - the Greek State
? Nietzsche Friedrich - the birth of tragedy
? Nietzsche Friedrich - Fatum and history
? Nietzsche Friedrich - Homer and classical philology
? Nietzsche Friedrich - philosophy in the tragic age of the Greeks
? Nietzsche Friedrich - the genealogy of morals
? Nietzsche Friedrich - the struggle of Homer
? Nietzsche Friedrich - Greek women
? Nietzsche Friedrich - the Dionysian view of the world
? Nietzsche Friedrich - freedom of the will and fatum
? Nietzsche Friedrich - look back at my two years in Leipzig
? Nietzsche Friedrich - Nietzsche against Wagner
? Nietzsche Friedrich - on the future of our educational institutions
? Nietzsche Friedrich - on music and Word
? Nietzsche Friedrich - on truth and lies in a nonmoral sense
? Nietzsche Friedrich - Socrates and tragedy
? Nietzsche Friedrich - ten commandments to write with style

Friedrich Nietzsche 1844 / 1900 (questionnaire)
* 1. It describes the historical and political context in which the life of f. Nietzsche unfolds.
2 Explains what is the fundamental objection that Nietzsche goes to Western thought.
3 Describe the outlines of the Nietzschean critique of traditional morality.
4 Explains the criticism that Nietzsche opposed to the foundations of Western metaphysics.
5 Describes the relationship between reality and concept, according to Nietzsche.
6 Explains what function it serves the language, according to Nietzsche.
7 Indicates the reasons that Nietzsche opposed to the positive Sciences. He said relations Ciencia-moral and Ciencia-Estado.
8. Is nihilism a certain philosophical doctrine?-what is nihilism?
9 Distinguishes the moments or dimensions that Nietzsche recognized in the Western nihlismo.
10 Explains what Nietzshce by & quot;Will power & quot;. Offers an interpretation of the following statement: & quot;Is evolution & quot; and explain in what sense this assertion is opposed to the traditional ontolgoía.
11 How Nietzsche meant the traditional concept of & quot; true & quot;?. Do recognize the Nietzschean philosophy some sense to the idea of & quot; true & quot;?
12 Explains the conception of the language offered by Nietzsche as an alternative to the classical understanding of it. It explains the place of the creation of new metaphors in Nietzschean philosophy.
13 What is the so-called & quot; transmutation of all values & quot;?
14 Explains the Nietzschean understanding of time as & quot; eternal return of the same & quot;
15 What is the & quot;?Great policy & quot;?. Determine in some detail the Nietzschean idea of the superior man or Superman.

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