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A Nietzsche Reader| The Nietzsche Reader published in the year was published by Blackwell Publishing The author of this book is Keith. With Nietzsche’s emphasis on the will to power and its manifestation in the Superman it’s easy enough to see him as the “bad boy” of philosophy as a rebel who resonates even though he may be extreme In this selection of Nietzsche’s “mature” writings it’s possible to interpret Nietzsche in a less extreme wayNietzsche yells out that God is dead and he’s glad for that Christianity shuts us down tells us we are bad and tells us how to be good Christianity is his primary target but he’s also against our tribal life that creates conformity the herd mentality Philosophers are prime targets as well Plato Kant and others insist on a universality that buries the individual The will to power is about the will to live to seek what we need and to defend against what we don’t need Collectively life is “appropriation” and “self preservation” There is nothing wrong with animal instincts he says but there is everything wrong with religious social and ethical rules that tell us that we are bad beingsAt least in these selections Nietzsche goes one step further In a near Freud like insight he seems to be saying that when we are suppressed by external forces we turn that repressed will to live energy against ourselves This harms us and is harmful to others Now we become dangerous We take our anger out on others through manipulation domination cruelty etc Power itself is not bad; the will to power is the essence of our being But when life energy is repressed it comes out as a negative as power to assert the self at the expense of others “All instincts which do not discharge themselves outwardly turn inwards” he writes all those instincts of wild free prowling man turned backwards against man himself” But then they are expressed outward as transformed negative energy expressed as “Enmity cruelty joy in persecuting in attacking in change in destructionas the conseuence of a forcible sundering from his animal past” Mostly Nietzsche’s emphasis is on those social forces that create a weak man The dangerous social effects of repressed animal man are less clear What may also be implied is that our animal instincts for self preservation are benign Leave man alone Nietzsche seems to be saying and he will do just fine If man is not affirmatively social and compassionate he at least will not do harm The repressed man is the man who should be overcome And this is what Nietzsche the existentialist advocates We are free to create our future and to be who we are meant to be

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Ansell Pearson e a dedicated page displaying collection of Keith Ansell Pearson books here This is the Paperback v. I had this book sitting on my desk at a job I had when I first read it about 14 years agoa co worker saw it and asked where I was going to collegeI replied I was not attending college she said you are reading Nietzshe without it being reuired I always laugh when I think of that I love his philosophy but maybe it takes a little bit of an off kiltered person such as myself to enjoy that