>god is dead bro nothing matters

>god is dead bro nothing matters
why did they take atheist midwits so seriously back then?

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  1. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’m trans btw but point still stands

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >2 posters, 3 posters now
      newbies are moronic

  2. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >why did they take atheist midwits so seriously back then?
    Read Hegel and Schopenhauer and then Kierkegaard and get back to us when you have the capacity to have that opinion.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      sounds like a bunch of german commie shit.. jordan peterson would destroy this crap.. become orthodox feg..

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        homie, Jordan Peterson worships the ground Kierkegaard walks on

  3. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Neetch would be happy to know that he's still triggering christcucks into seething 120 years after his death

  4. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    OP, like most people, your brain consists of only four compartments. The first absorbs memes from the environment, the second relates sweeping value judgements to each meme-concept, the third determines whether something is an example of a meme, and the fourth outputs the appropriate response based on this determination.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      didnt read your pozzed wordslop
      christ is king

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Try parts 3 and 4 again and do it right this time, israelite worshipper.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Are you a mind a reader? What am I meme'ing right now? I mean, thinking right now?

  5. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wasn't his point that "without religion, society loses its basis for morality and this is terrible. The Western world is losing religion, how can we fix this?"

    I remember once using this argument on Oyish and their atheist contingent was very much mad with me and asking me to prove God is real.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      more like losing its basis for meaning. nietzsche is anti morality.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >society loses its basis for morality and this is terrible
      Something that Nietzsche would never convey; not the one who tried to create a philosophy "beyond the good & evil"

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        The philosophy of Beyond Good and Evil is an attempt to construct a new framework for value after the decline of religion being the dominant way that humans related to the world.. Zarathustra was not celebrating when he made his proclamation of the Death of God.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        I can't remember every aphorism off the top of my head, but in #188 he certainly at least does
        >affirm the value of morality for society as a whole.
        >views "self-tyranny" of adhering to a particular morality as beneficial in terms of advancing the arts/knowledge/philosophy.

        He obviously has criticism of morality as a whole, but he absolutely makes it clear that it is preferable to nihilism/no value system.

        The philosophy of Beyond Good and Evil is an attempt to construct a new framework for value after the decline of religion being the dominant way that humans related to the world.. Zarathustra was not celebrating when he made his proclamation of the Death of God.

        That's a nice and concise way to put it. Does he expect even the "common" people to eventually drop morality all together as new value systems beyond good and evil emerge? I guess I remember him talking about pre-morality vs morality vs supra-morality in the first half, so it would seem like he expects new ways of thinking to eventually trickle down.

  6. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    He is a poet philosopher. Many get thrown off by his references to religion and politics, but at his core, that’s not what he’s about

  7. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Did they take them seriously? I mean who really, I mean really ever read that guys stuff? College Professors? Because like all the people that bullied them as a kid were Christians? All the guys getting all the hot babes were Christian? Thats probably partly why they liked Neitczhe. He told them that *ACSHULLY" they're the ubermensch.

  8. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Boo hoo you got tricked as a child and a priest fingered ur butt, that isn't atheist's fault

  9. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >nothing matters

    Wrong, moron. More like:

    >God is dead. That means meaning is not tied to any external metric, but emerges from within, and you are creating it. If life is meaningless to you, it's because you're sick and need to overcome yourself.

  10. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    He offers nothing but the complete smashing of your chains, and this is how you repay him?

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      the only way to create the Overman is through genetic engineering. So start studying AI, quantum computing, and genetics, because the combination of these three things will accelerate our knowledge of the human genome.

  11. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Did anyone really take him seriously? He died broke and alone. The Nazis are probably the only non-LARP group to adopt his works and they basically just discarded most of the gay/pro-israelite ramblings that make up 90% of his writing.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Did anyone really take him seriously?
      Just about everyone in the 20th century who read him did, which was a lot of people.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Who? I just gave the only example I can think of (that wasn’t an impotent “thinker” or Oyish commenter) that gave him any credence and they still basically ignored most of his ideas.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Influence_and_reception_of_Friedrich_Nietzsche

          >philosophers
          >sociologists
          >composers
          >historians
          >theologians
          >occultists
          >novelists
          >psychologists
          >poets
          >painters
          >playwrights
          >authors

          tl;dr: a lot of fricking people read Nietzsche and took him seriously.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            >A list of israeli anarchists and zionists
            As I suspected…

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            What about trains men? Trains is hard job.

            Noticeably lacking:
            Construction Workers
            Factory Labor
            Farmers

            I can't believe it if they just read Nietzche think about how much more food and housing we would have!

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Are you fricking dumb? I don’t care if you hate Nietzsche and think all his ideas are terrible but he heavily influenced philosophy and in a way also ended it. Please stop posting your half wienered understanding you complete homosexual.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Nietzsche’s influence is undeniable huge on literature and philosophy, no matter what you think of him

  12. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    >back then
    His books flopped during his lifetime.

  13. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    He gave them the excuse they wanted. It was really that simple. When he declared that God is dead, some people are pandered what exactly he meant by that. Did he mean that the real Christian God literally once lived but is now dead? Did he mean that he was dead to the culture? If he was merely dead to the culture, does God literally exist anyway? If so, why would ethics proceed from the culture? He never answered these questions and most didn’t want him to. The hey wanted a hall pass to be moderns and social revolutionaries. That’s it. It’s that simple. The reason he’s coming into question at all now by people who still want the same is merely the result that we’re pragmatic and less romantic-idealistic people now. It still doesn’t change what they want. They just admit they can’t justify what they want. For us, God can’t be dead. He’s either very much alive or never existed at all. Nietzsche is refuted as the philosopher of utopians either way. The only real question is whether we’ll still follow his ethics. I think it’s very possible that Nietzsche’s existentialism turns out to be our stoicism, the ethical philosophy of the Roman elite. And that’s a huge concern.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I think it’s very possible that Nietzsche’s existentialism turns out to be our stoicism, the ethical philosophy of the Roman elite. And that’s a huge concern.
      Maranatha! Just as Roman stoicism paved the way for the spread of Gospel across the world, so will this age of existential anxiety carry the Gospel across the stars.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Did he mean that the real Christian God literally once lived but is now dead?
      Read the book, Black person.

      "The fact that we have not rediscovered God, either in history or in nature or behind nature: this is not what separates us. Rather, we are separated by the fact that we view the thing worshipped as God as pathetic, absurd, and harmful, not as 'divine'; the fact that we do not treat it as a simple error but as a *crime against life* ... We deny that God is God ... If someone were to *prove* this Christian God to us, we would believe in him even less. - In a word: deus, qualem Paulus creavit, dei negatio. [God, as created by Paul, is a negation of God.]"

      "The fact that the stronger races of northern Europe failed to reject the Christian God does not say very much for their skill in religion, not to mention their taste. They really should have been able to cope with this sort of diseased and decrepit monster of decadence. But they were damned for their failure: they brought sickness, age, and contradiction into all of their instincts, - they have not created any more gods since then. Almost two thousand years and not one new god! And all the while, this pathetic God of Christian mono to no-theism instead, acting as if it had any right to exist, like an ultimatum and maximum of god-creating energy, of the human *creator spiritus*! this hybrid creature of ruin, made from nullity, concept, and contradiction, who sanctions all the instincts of decadence, all the coward ices and exhaustions of the soul!"

      >When he declared that God is dead, some people are pandered what exactly he meant by that.
      "With the old Deities hath it long since come to an end:— and verily, a good joyful Deity-end had they!
      They did not “begloom” themselves to death—that do people fabricate! On the contrary, they—*laughed* themselves to death once on a time!
      That took place when the unGodliest utterance came from a God himself—the utterance: “There is but one God! Thou shalt have no other Gods before me!”—
      —An old grim-beard of a God, a jealous one, forgot himself in such wise:—
      And all the Gods then laughed, and shook upon their thrones, and exclaimed: “Is it not just divinity that there are Gods, but no God?”
      He that hath an ear let him hear.—"

  14. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    More like
    >god is dead bro let's create things that actually matter.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      *creates nothing*

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        >new codes and goals for humanity to live by
        >nothing

  15. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    That's not really what Nietzsche said though, and it perpetually baffles me that otherwise highly intelligent people whom I know for certainty were cogent enough to understand him keep attributing this proscriptive attitude towards him.

    In actuality what Nietzsche point out was simply that the corrupting influence of our changing world has made an increasing number of people into irreligious nihilists, and this is a PROBLEM that we need to address.

    When he said God was dead, he meant that people were no longer acting as though Christianity was the central force in their lives. Not that God was literally dead or that Christians are wrong--that is a separate argument he may have made, but it wasn't this specific one, this time he was actually lamenting the disintegration of public morality.

    Now what kind of person, particularly in our sphere of things, is going to deny that Freddy was right about this? I mean just manifestly, obviously correct. Of course we live in a Godless age, everything is fricked and everyone is miserable, it couldn't be any other way, Nietzsche just pointed this obvious looming problem out and everyone treats him like he invented it.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Of course we live in a Godless age, everything is fricked and everyone is miserable, it couldn't be any other way,

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        only absence of god makes you realise god,god is not idol and it doesnt have to be called god at all, it just it is

  16. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    he's right though, no amount of dogma can change the fact that belief in God will inevitably die out in the western world
    it just doesn't stand up against the test of moral progress and scientific inquiry

  17. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    God (not crazy abrahamic god idol) can only be realised when there is no any concept of god. Its one paradox but you will understand as you gain knowledge. We are God.

  18. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't embarrass yourself OP, all your knowledge of Neech comes from pop culture.

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