letter to philosopher 2

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Sandra Jordan PHI 105 Mr. Friedrich Nietzsche University of Phoenix Dear Mr. Nietzsche With all due respect, According to your philosophy, The Gay Science (Die fröhliche Wissenschaft, 1882) — Mr. Nietzsche your proclamation that “God is dead” I would like to state that I tend to disagree with your doctrine .Naturally we have millions of people who believe that God is not dead. God is always with them at all times of need be it good or bad. In you, doctrine I also see you do not believe in eternal recurrence. When you are reborn repeatedly, with that faith in reoccurrence, some people believe that if they wronged in one life some believe that may right in another life. Mr. Nietzsche with your belief in Atheism You do not respect the beliefs of people faith after death, most people likely have the prospect of being reborn again . Some people believe with
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Unformatted text preview: they will live” life experience over and be it painful or pleasurable’’ In their hearts Mr. Nietzsche, they can only see God as living with them with over and over no matter how many times they are reborn. As I read in your Philosophy Mr. Neitzsche because of your atheism you would like to in your own opinion “redirect people's attention to their inherent freedom, the presently-existing world, and away from escapist, pain-relieving, heavenly other worlds’’ Again, with my best regards to you, I would like to ask you to review your philosophy, rethink about you Philosophy to “God is dead”, and review your belief that is eternal recurrence of life. Sincerely, Sandra Jordan REFFERENCE STANDFORD ENCLOPEDIA OF PHILOSOPHY RETRIVED on May 9 (2010) from http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/nietzsche/...
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2010 for the course PHI 105 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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