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Unformatted text preview: PHI 247 9/11/07 The aphorism : The short, terse, witty & incisive remark or proverb, that expresses a far wider truth than the strict meaning of the term it employs The aphorism destroys the possibility of a fixed, literal system of meaning or reference because it is essentially incomplete . It demands that an interpreter operation be performed upon it for its very intelligibility Literal > Figurative (1. Simile 2. Metaphor) Weve been told there is a purpose to all things divine justice will reward good deeds and punish evil- doers. The notion of the real real, or absolute truth, is what Nietzche sees as the ultimate deception. The greatest fraud is there is some universal moral order, false God, morality through religion, and our over- exaggerated faith in reason. These three beliefs devalue the world in which we live in, they fracture our lives and strengthen our weaknesses....
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phi247 09.11 - PHI 247 9/11/07 The aphorism : The short,...

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