File spoon-archives/nietzsche.archive/nietzsche_2000/nietzsche.0008, message 19


Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2000 19:06:03 +0200
Subject: Re: Nietzsche ist tot


James Kennedy wrote:

> Hi Syphon,
>
> Of course being read doesn't mean being understood. However, it is a
> precondition. Rome wasn't built in a day.
>
> What is this revolution that has come and gone? When did it happen? How did
> it relate to Nietzsche's philosophy such that Nietzsche could be described
> as the revolution's inspiration?
>
> jameske

   Rome also did not fall in one day...

   A revolution, in that most conservative way, leading to utter psychology,
fantastic individualisation, democratized in such a way that everyone has a
right to sputter their philosophies out on the world. The 'revolution' which in
fact only led to the worsening of the possibility for the advent of such a thing
as the 'overman'.

  The revolution has become the anti-thesis of Nietzsche, it would seem.






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