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On 28 Jan 2002, at 16:02, Kenneth Van Oost wrote:
> All what can go wrong is not seen as purely abstractions but as real,
> living enteties with which we must fight.
> Everything what goes your way, you must cherish, be nice to, protect,
> care for, love.
Well that about new rules/values. Nietzsche was quite smart. He
declares to be apart from everything and that everyone should
follow themselves, at the same time he declares new values and
you get the feeling that you've came up with them by your own,
But i guess this is how most succesful memes work.
PS: I don't want to offend your nietzsche-view, i just think that it's
one of million different views and opinions.
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