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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,
> following yourself.
> But i guess this is how most succesful memes work.
<< Yes, that is what I like about Nietzsche. Re- reading him now in the
context of what I know/ understand of memes, gives me great pleasure.
Quite remarkable how Nietzsche and what he wrote coincide with some
aspects of memetic- theory, though.
It 's all interpretation, but I like it.
> PS: I don't want to offend your nietzsche-view, i just think that it's
> one of million different views and opinions.
<< You can 't offend me, remerber !
I am all my memes !
No, I am just kidding here, I appreciate ou conversation ove the last
few days vey mush.
Nice to know there is an another Nietzsche- lover around !
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