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Memes Friedrich Nietzsche●Very controversial. Didn’t like all religions. “Philosophizing with a hammer” ●He prefered to use overstatement and rhetoric (Aphorism) to provoke, move or annoy His goal: ●Subversive●Challenging and overthrowing conventional philosophy, morality and religion. Life Affirmation●He looks towards a creative, joyful, strong, life affirming morality, a morality where we choose, create and affirm our own values, whereby we give our life its own meaning and style. Causes of the death of God ●Protestant Reformation○Martin Luther ○The theological functions of the Roman Catholic Priest - confession, consolation,absolution of sin and guilt- were regarded as the superfluous trappings of an obsolete religion ■In short they saw flaws in religion ●Modern science and technology ○Black death ■Religion explained it in terms of divine punishment and wrath■Science explains it in terms of microbiology. The remedy is not prayer, but insecticides and antibodies. ●Science could explain things religion couldn’t Consequences of the Death of God ●Absolute foundation for morality is removed●Continue to live in God’s shadow for some while○Politics = nationalism/socialism ○Science = will to truth at all costs ●Age of ambiguity○For some it is cheerful ○For some it is nostalgia ●Aware of our newly found freedom, human subjectivity becomes transformed Nihilism ●A movement wherein we find ourselves surrounded by nothingness, where life is felt to be without worth, or value, or meaning. ●“The goals are missing” Nietzsche's Typology ●He put humanity into two types of people after the death of God ●Weak people thought death of God was a calamity, traits included:○Passive○Slave-moralist○Life hostile○No-sayers○Religious○Gregarious Philistine●Strongpeople thought death of God was an opportunity, traits included:○Active ○Master-moralist
Memes ○Life Affirming○Yes-sayers○Non-religious○Solitary○Artistic Relativism (Nietzsche's “perspectivism”) ●All truths are “perspectival” They are true only from the perspective or the point of view of the person who adopts it. ●There is no absolute truth in itself. Truths are relative to the life and interests of the person or community who holds them.