Re: sex and the single meme

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    On 26 Jan 2002, at 20:42, Kenneth Van Oost wrote:

    > << No, Salice, get some Nietzsche I would say !
    > Create yourself ! Don 't be a dull ! That is just the way culture wants
    > you to be. Fight those memes !

    Okay! From now on i follow the Nietzsche memes! Ah no, i have no
    choice... memes do what they want with me .. ;)

    Actually i really like Nietzsche but everyone seems to get
    completely different memes out of his writing.

    > According to Nietzsche, race, gender, nationality, religion, profession,.....
    > are not that important, because all of those things are not yours.
    > The price that you have to pay for ' imitation 'is very high. ( you give
    > up what is really yours).

    Well, i dont know. I think you're best of when what's truly yours is
    what is culturally accepted too. Everyone imitates, but for some
    people this required imitation is what they would naturally like to do

    > Trying to be an Ubermensch, is not killing the rest, but
    > stand above yourself, be yourself, building yourself.

    Being a german (even the word sounds bad to me) i'm a bit biased
    because of what hitler did with the übermensch idea.

    Furtheron i think Zarathustra was the worst of nietzsches writing.
    "Fröhliche Wissenschaft" (happy science?) is my favourite.

    The evil is needed or there will be no passion in the world! Maybe
    this is what Hitler gave a good conscience. Hmhmhmhmhmh. But
    what about bin laden, did he know nietzsche? Who knows.

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