File nietzsche/nietzsche.0603, message 11


Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2006 05:48:12 -0800 (PST)
To: nietzsche-AT-lists.driftline.org
Subject: Re: [Nietzsche] Psychoanalysis & the Strategies of Resistance


Um, as a general rule when someone has a beginner's
question, the most helpful answer does not involve a
referral to a ~1000pg Heidegger work.  THat said, the
Nietzsche volumes are the clearest texts of Heidegger
that I can recall.  

The quick and dirty answer: the WTP (along with the
the eternal return) is the ordering principle all life
and matter and thus it is Nietzsche's metaphysical
"indulgence".. ie, although N spoke out against
philosophical systematizing, he too was unable to
resist it.  According to Heidegger, although Nietzsche
claimed to be beyond metaphysics, he was actually the
last great metaphysician.. which of course meant that
Heidegger had finally surpassed metaphysics --
according to Heidegger.

Jason Ruspini
http://riskmarkets.blogspot.com/

--- FREDWELFARE-AT-aol.com wrote:
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> In a message dated 3/8/2006 12:45:13 AM Eastern
> Standard Time,  
> ktlynch-AT-vex.net writes:
> 
> No,  don't read Heidegger's Nietzsche-- certainly
> not to
> learn something about  Nietzsche's "Will to Power"
> 
> 
> 
> Yes, read Heidegger and understand both him and
> Neitszche.   FrdW
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JR

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