It seems to me, through my studies of Nietzsche and existentialism, that more often than not, readers see Nietzsche as a dark and dismal figure rather than one who praises life and existence. He is sometimes said to be a nihilist when in fact, he is indeed an existentialist. Is it the way that Nietzsche writes? Or is it the way we teach Nietzsche? I'm not 100% sure one way or the other, but he is a very important figure and we need to re-evaluate the way we discuss him.
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
I noticed there are hardly any fun threads and was wondering what has happened? All work and no play make Jack a dull boy! Come on people have fun! I really need it.....please....
by Anish Patel5 years ago
If you could only ask one question to God, what would it be?
by cakedew6 years ago
Why not god telling which book to follow when human kind reach age of let's say 18? Is not that will solve all the major conflict going on in the world now?
by DIYweddingplanner6 years ago
I've been reading through some old posts in the forums by Earnest and thought I would put up one of my favorites...seems to be a bit of foreshadowing here. Please feel free to add your own...
by recraig29 years ago
I'm new here and things seem QUITE shifty I should say. My total page views have been 98 for a day or two and today it is 91. Now unless the Earth began a reverse rotation on its axis near the speed of light I doubt we...
by Julie Grimes4 years ago
What is a misinterpreted event in history?Or your opinion of one that you feel has been misinterpreted. For instance for the longest time dinosaurs were thought to be only of the reptilian species, now we know...
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