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50612

Re: G H von Wright

Orwell said cyclical theories of history appeal to those who hate equality and want to negate progress. He was being disingenuous. That Spengler has come to
johnstewartmoore
Feb 1
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50611

Re: G H von Wright

See up date to my Spengler notes http://john-jsm.wikidot.com/spengler http://john-jsm.wikidot.com/spengler az 131 Orwell on cyclical theories of history. How
johnstewartmoore
Feb 1
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50610

G H von Wright

Professor G H von Wright http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/1433783/Professor-G-H-von-Wright.html
johnstewartmoore
Jan 31
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50609

Re: Malcolm Bull-ogna

... So we all know and love the moment in Thus Spoke Zarathustra when Z invites his disciples to pluck at his wreath Verily, I advise you: depart from me, and
johnstewartmoore
Jan 24
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50608

Re: Malcolm Bull-ogna

... So we all know and love the moment in Thus Spoke Zarathustra when Z invites his disciples to pluck at his wreath. Like I said before, I like Bull's book
johnstewartmoore
Jan 24
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50607

Re: Malcolm Bull-ogna

Rosen has come up too. Here's a post https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/ourpalnietzsche/conversations/messages/34339
johnstewartmoore
Jan 24
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50606

Re: Malcolm Bull-ogna

... So we all know and love the moment in Thus Spoke Zarathustra when Z invites his disciples to pluck at his wreath. Like I said before, I like Bull's book
johnstewartmoore
Jan 24
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50605

Malcolm Bull-ogna

So we all know and love the moment in Thus Spoke Zarathustra when Z invites his disciples to pluck at his wreath. Like I said before, I like Bull's book
cookniccooknic
Jan 23
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50604

The Dionysian

When your friends die your existence outside your own mind is diminished. There is less of you. Your fathers may have been more like you than you recognise.
johnstewartmoore
Jan 23
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50603

Re: Let's begin at the beginning

... I can't help but interpret him as an anti-philosopher in the sense that he wanted us to be content with surfaces, appearances, rather than attempt to
johnstewartmoore
Jan 20
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50602

Re: Let's begin at the beginning

Bull is not telling a noble lie but an ignoble one. Marx does not see it as a lie. I doubt Bull does either. If he's good at what he does we wouldn't know
johnstewartmoore
Jan 19
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50601

Re: Let's begin at the beginning

but the project of Nietzsche himself was to invert Plato. How and in what respect? Are we talking about Plato’s ideal world? Despite the fact that Nietzsche
johnstewartmoore
Jan 19
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50600

Re: Let's begin at the beginning

but the project of Nietzsche himself was to invert Plato. How and in what respect? Are we talking about Plato’s ideal world? Despite the fact that Nietzsche
cookniccooknic
Jan 18
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50599

Re: Let's begin at the beginning

(Or at least the first beginning that comes to mind)... Philosophy is Platonism. Bull seeks to invert Nietzsche One would think he is inverting Nietzsche’s
johnstewartmoore
Jan 17
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50598

Let's begin at the beginning

(Or at least the first beginning that comes to mind)... Philosophy is Platonism. Bull seeks to invert Nietzsche but the project of Nietzsche himself was to
cookniccooknic
Jan 16
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