>Ugh you just like got make art and trick yourself into not thinking about how much everything sucks and theres no meaning in suffering or in...

>”Ugh you just like got make art and trick yourself into not thinking about how much everything sucks and there’s no meaning in suffering or in anything else”

Yuuuuuuuup, he’s a psued. No wonder you can find his books in every coffee shop in Dunbfrickistan (USA).

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Another filtered pessicuck
    Leave these halls.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is pic related the type of thing a Nietzschean finds funny? I find myself unamused

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Humour is subjective. I loled

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Humor is not really subjective. I guess you just need aspergers to get this meme

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Asperger’s people are not funny

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hey look everyone, another thread by the guy who doesn't like Nietzsche! See nobody cares.

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Worked for me pussy homie

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Learn to spell before you read

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    He's right about everything

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    another footsteps stomping moron filtered by Nietzsche. he lives rent free in your empty head.

  7. 5 months ago
    Pan

    Okay, now use your other braincell and try writing this again

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >everything sucks
    >there’s no meaning in suffering
    Uhm, I don't think OP has read Nietzsche

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      He has. Your simple mind just doesn’t grasp that a system that says there is no objective truth can’t also say there is meaning in suffering

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >there is no objective truth can’t also say there is meaning in suffering
        That's literally the whole point of amor fati. Being able to embrace life through suffering

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Just because the coomer wrote something doesn’t mean it logically stands given his prior positions

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >given his prior positions
            such as?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            That the One (the source of objectivity and truth) doesn’t exist

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Why does Nietzsche's perspectivism contradict his thoughts on suffering? I don't get it

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            How can one say anything has “meaning” if they dismiss the very idea of objectivity? Saying “suffering has meaning” is a religious leap of faith with no reason to be true other than one man’s subjective experience

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah, it is just Nietzsche's interpretation on suffering, you can disagree. But he does find meaning in suffering. He did not think there was no meaning in life or suffering as OP pointed out

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Obviously OP was baiting, but the point I derived was that Nietzsche’s system is flawed. There will of course be Nietzcheans that say “there is no system!!!! Hes not a systematic thinker!!!”, but that ultimately makes him a comfy fiction writer, not a philosopher.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >But he does find meaning in suffering.
            I can also find Jesus in a taco if I want

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Your statement is akin to a person say, "I can find beauty in truth." And then you say, "I can find shit in a toilet."

            Like ...YES. But also ... WHAT THE HECK BRO

            This isn't even beyond materialism here. This is just a simple idea that suffering can have a purpose or meaning, or at least help build character.

            Damn I love you bro, but you are one hell of a bastard.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Your statement is akin to a person say, "I can find beauty in truth." And then you say, "I can find shit in a toilet."
            That's exactly akin to someone saying they can find meaning in suffering. You can find meaning in literally anything, doesn't mean it's actually there. If there's any beauty in truth, then it means you have likely found a counterfeit of truth, and not the real thing.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            No, it's the power of will that matters in this context. It's the idea that through your power (of mind, will, soul, etc,) you are able to DEMAND beauty to truth, to FORCE meaning onto suffering, and to COMMAND and OBSERVE a toilet filled with shit.

            These ideas ARE only ideas, but it is absurd of you to play the game of reductionist materialism and enter into the dark state of nihilism. Instead, let us play a game of Evolution Materialism, and build from zero.

            We shall build a subjective fortress of ideas, truth, beauty, and ideals. This fortress may fall, yes, but so will mortal men. That does not render it invalid.

            The darkest truths are the most beautiful.
            That there is no god. No soul. No objective ideals, not objective morality/ethics. We are playing with fire here. But with fire, we shall invent industry and a glorious technological and philosophical civilization.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            It doesn't, so everything you are asserting is true because of it, is in fact your own mere perspective, but what's worse is you are being actively deceitful, perfidious even, and expecting fair responses to schizophrenic utterances

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            English please?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I don't quite understand that amor fati shit. I mean, if someone rape, torture and kill my sister, or if someone torture me should I consider it as something good or necessary?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            It’s a theoretical exercise. If you were going to repeat your life infinitely, how would you start living from that moment on?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Shit, I misread as eternal reoccurrence so ignore

            It’s a theoretical exercise. If you were going to repeat your life infinitely, how would you start living from that moment on?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >if someone rape, torture and kill my sister, or if someone torture me should I consider it as something good or necessary?
            Yes

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Life builds you and molds you. If you have a love of life, living, and yourself, then everything that happened needed to happen and went into shaping you

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            It provides "legitimized" opportunities to show your mettle against the transgressor. The kind of behavior that would be otherwise too routine-disrupting to just enact on some random passers-by.
            And you kinda need opportunities for violent outbursts, or you'll turn into a puny gay. So you should kinda really thank the trangressor for taking a first step, who just undertook it despite all the consequences.

            "The spear which I hurl at mine enemies! How grateful am I to mine enemies that I may at last hurl it!"

            "Did ye ever know this? Shared injustice is half justice. And he who can bear it, shall take the injustice upon himself!
            A small revenge is humaner than no revenge at all. And if the punishment be not also a right and an honour to the transgressor, I do not like your punishing.
            Nobler is it to own oneself in the wrong than to establish one’s right, especially if one be in the right. Only, one must be rich enough to do so.
            I do not like your cold justice; out of the eye of your judges there always glanceth the executioner and his cold steel.
            Tell me: where find we justice, which is love with seeing eyes?
            Devise me, then, the love which not only beareth all punishment, but also all guilt!
            Devise me, then, the justice which acquitteth every one except the judge!"

            "The worst things, however, are the petty thoughts. Verily, better to have done evilly than to have thought pettily!
            To be sure, ye say: “The delight in petty evils spareth one many a great evil deed.” But here one should not wish to be sparing.
            Like a boil is the evil deed: it itcheth and irritateth and breaketh forth—it speaketh honourably.
            “Behold, I am disease,” saith the evil deed: that is its honourableness.
            But like infection is the petty thought: it creepeth and hideth, and wanteth to be nowhere—until the whole body is decayed and withered by the petty infection.
            To him however, who is possessed of a devil, I would whisper this word in the ear: “Better for thee to rear up thy devil! Even for thee there is still a path to greatness!”—"

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >>”Ugh you just like got make art and trick yourself into not thinking about how much everything sucks and there’s no meaning in suffering or in anything else”
    >>Ugh you just like got make art
    Except one tiny plot twist: Dionysus.

    "Fundamentally, humanity is reflected in all things, people find beauty in everything that throws their image back at them: the judgment 'beautiful' is the *vanity of their species* ... Of course a sceptic might hear a suspicious little whisper in his ear: does the world really become beautiful just because it is seen that way by human beings, of all creatures? People have *humanized* it: that is all. But nothing, absolutely nothing, guarantees that a *human being* is the standard of beauty. Who knows what a human being looks like in the eyes of a higher arbiter of taste? Daring, perhaps? Perhaps even funny? Perhaps a bit arbitrary? ... 'O Dionysus, divine one, why do you pull on my ears?' Ariadne once asked her philosophical lover in one of those famous dialogues on Naxos. "

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