I have said that Nietzsche is my chosen dinner guest among all the modern era philosophers, and he is as brilliant as he is sinister. Two areas strike me most as over-dinner topics in making my way through the first part of Zarathustra. The first is the wise man who speaks on sleep and virtue.… Continue reading I have said that Nietzsche is my chosen dinner guest among all the modern era philosophers
"But when morning dawned, Zarathustra found himself in a thick forest and the road disappeared." I am struck by how inversely correlated the story of Nietzsche's Zarathustra is to my own. This is like matter and anti-matter. Zarathustra is to me a particle with equal mass (affective energy) but opposite charge (negative will). We are… Continue reading Can Zarathustra be saved?
For the past decade, I have not been able to describe convincingly the genre into which my writings fit. I am not sure that there is a clean category for them. They seemed at first to be religious, then spiritual, then political, then inspirational, now philosophical, or, a combination of all. In the midst of… Continue reading In fact Friedrich, “God is dead” is dead; this is the point of my writings.