Hey! I am thinking of creating a series of Illustrations based on my favorite aphorisms from each chapter from Thus Spoke Zarathustra and when I am done maybe put them in zine or booklet form along with quotes, that I find especially insightful, from the respective aphorisms. How does that sound?
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Please post more Nietzschean Aphorisms

I’d like to see more of these attempts at Nietzschian Aphorisms. I think they’re fun. Maybe we could have a pinned post dedicated to attempts at Nietzschean Aphorisms.

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In Beyond Good and Evil, aphorism 74: A man with spirit is unbearable if he does not also have at least two other things: gratitude and cleanliness. Does this mean his conception of cleanliness or purity?
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I also tried my hand at writing a Nietzschean aphorism

At what point do the benefits of doubt reach their diminishing returnsβ€”and supposing we are at our most prudent, our most forthright and fairβ€”might this point be found some time after we have dispatched with what may even constitute as 'benefit'? Most certainly, the answer to this question is a resounding 'no'. Most certainly, we are destined for our greatest benefit. Nevertheless, as we have most certainly observed: an unrestrained certainty is the most frequent reminder of Icarus. The benefits of doubt may castrate our certainty, but I beseech you, you certain knowers who claim no more benefit of doubt: could it be your will that has been castrated for the sake of your benefit?

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Aphorism 61 of The Wanderer and His Shadow - One of Nietzsche's most comprehensive aphorisms on FATE
  1. THE FATALISM OF THE TURK.β€”The fatalism of the Turk has this fundamental defect, that it contrasts man and fate as two distinct things. Man, says this doctrine, may struggle against fate and try to baffle it, but in the end fate will always gain the victory. Hence the most rational course is to resign oneself or to live as one pleases. As a matter of fact, every man is himself a piece of fate. When he thinks that he is struggling against fate in this way, fate is accomplishing its ends even in that struggle. The combat is a fantasy, but so is the resignation in fateβ€”all these fantasies are included in fate.β€”The fear felt by most people of the doctrine that denies the freedom of the will is a fear of the fatalism of the Turk. They imagine that man will become weakly resigned and will stand before the future with folded hands, because he cannot alter anything of the future. Or that he will give a free rein to his caprices, because the predestined cannot be made worse by that course. The follies of men are as much a piece of fate as are his wise actions, and even that fear of belief in fate is a fatality. You yourself, you poor timid creature, are that indomitable Moira, which rules even the Gods; whatever may happen, you are a curse or a blessing, and in any case the fetters wherein the strongest lies bound: in you the whole future of the human world is predestined, and it is no use for you to be frightened of yourself.
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Across the Horizon - Astrological Wisdom in the 100 Aphorisms Attributed to Ptolemy - Introduction β€œHacking Fate” hosts Warnock in new video series. m.youtube.com/watch?fbcli…
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Two Aphorisms from "The Dawn of Day" About Appearance and Money

I found these aphorisms to be pertinent to our current cultural situation:

>203- AGAINST BAD DIET.β€”Fie upon the meals which people nowadays eat in hotels and everywhere else where the well-off classes of society live! Even when eminent men of science meet together their tables groan under the weight of the dishes, in accordance with the principle of the bankers: the principle of too many dishes and too much to eat. The result of this is that dinners are prepared with a view to their mere appearance rather than the consequences that may follow from eating them, and that stimulating drinks are required to help in driving away the heaviness in the stomach and in the brain. Fie on the dissoluteness and extreme nervousness which must follow upon all this! Fie upon the dreams that such repasts bring! Fie upon the arts and books which must be the desert of such meals! Despite all the efforts of such people their acts will taste of pepper and ill-temper, or general weariness! (The wealthy classes in England stand in great need of their Christianity in order to be able to endure their bad digestions and their headaches.) Finally, to mention not only the disgusting but also the more pleasant side of the matter, these people are by no means mere gluttons: our century and its spirit of activity has more power over the limbs than the belly. What then is the meaning of these banquets? They represent! What in Heaven's name do they represent? Rank?β€”no, money! There is no rank now! We are all β€œindividuals”! but money now stands for power, glory, pre-eminence, dignity, and influence; money at the present time acts as a greater or lesser moral prejudice for a man in proportion to the amount he may possess. Nobody wishes to hide it under a bushel or display it in heaps on a table: hence money must have some representative which can be put on the tableβ€”so behold our banquets!
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>204- DANÆ AND THE GOD OF GOLD.—Whence arises this excessive impatience in our day which turns men into criminals even in circumstances which would be more likely to bring about the contrary tendency? What induces one man to use false weights, another to set his house on fire after having insured it for more than its value, a third to take part in counterfeiting, while threefourths of our upper classes indulge in legalised fraud, and suffer from the pangs of conscience that follow speculation and dealings on the Stock Exchange: what gives

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Anyone here want me to write them a microstory (like a page or two)? Perhaps with Georgian motifs. Give me a place, a feeling, a name, an intention, an aphorism, or whatever. And I'll write you tiny tale for fun. No takers?
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Ducky's aphorism

Hi, do you Remember the season and the episode when ducky says something like: "we all run away from something or someone at different times in our life, but no matter the speed, the truth will always be a little bit faster"

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The Tao Te Ching, or β€œBook of the Tao”, is a guide to cultivating a life of peace, serenity, and compassion. Through aphorisms and parable, it leads readers toward the Tao, or the β€œWay”: harmony with the life force of the universe. It provides a time-tested refuge from the busyness of modern life. madnessserial.com/mdash/t…
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The Antichrist - Aphorism 35
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My demeanor after hearing all those Aphorisms don't get me started on Mika
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TIL that "Know thyself" was an Ancient Greek aphorism and one of the Delphic Oracle maxims inscribed in the Temple of Apollo. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kno…
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Recommendations for Books of Aphorisms?

Hi all, longtime lurker, first-time poster. The title says it all. Can you recommend books on aphorisms with a decidedly poetic/philosophical bent? I’m thinking less Ben Franklin and more Kafka/Nietzsche/Porchia, et al. Thanks!

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Question about Aphorism 2 in Book 1 of The Gay Science (Die frΓΆhliche Wissenschaft)

>The intellectual conscience. I keep having the same experience and keep resisting it every time. I do not want to believe it although it is palpable: the great majority of people lacks an intellectual conscience. Indeed, it has often seemed to me as if anyone calling for an intellectual conscience were as lonely in the most densely populated cities as if he were in a desert. Everybody looks at you with strange eyes and goes right on handling his scales, calling this good and that evil. Nobody even blushes when you intimate that their weights are under-weight; nor do people feel outraged; they merely laugh at your doubts. I mean: the great majority of people does not consider it contemptible to believe this or that and to live accordingly, without first having given themselves an account of the final and most certain reasons pro and con, and without even troubling themselves about such reasons afterward: the most gifted men and the noblest women still belong to this "great majority." But what is goodheartedness, refinement, or genius to me, when the person who has these virtues tolerates slack feelings in his faith and judgments and when he does not account the desire for certainty as his inmost craving and deepest distress-as that which separates the higher human beings from the lower. Among some pious people I found a hatred of reason and was well disposed to them for that; for this at least betrayed their bad intellectual conscience. But to stand in the midst of this rerum concordia discors and of this whole marvelous uncertainty and rich ambiguity of existence without questioning, without trembling with the craving and the rapture of such questioning, without at least hating the person who questions, perhaps even finding him faintly amusing - that is what l feel to be contemptible, and this is the feeling for which I look first in everybody. Some folly keeps persuading me that every human being has this feeling, simply because be is human. This is my type of injustice.

Kaufmann footnotes this with "Many interpretations of Nietzsche's thought are invalidated by this very important and characteristic section. Nietzsche never renounced it."

Forgive my ignorance, but how does it invalidate other aspects of his philosophy? I must have misunderstood something profound, because is not this the (subjective) questioning (like questioning, say, morality, good/bad, purpose) what he "preached"?
Is the point that it refutes the amor fat

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There are so many aphorisms falsely attributed to Albert Einstein. Is there any basis for the belief that he could have said these things? Was he actually known to make pithy observations about life, human behaviour, or education?

Or is it just a matter of people wanting to attribute their view to the smartest person they can think of?

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Roger Scruton on false aphorisms and Marx’s β€œopium of the masses”

FALSE APHORISMS are not as rare as one might think. More significant than Wilde’s, on account of its influence, is Marx’s dismissal of religion as β€œthe opium of the people.” For this implies that religion is adopted purely for its ability to soothe the wounds of society, and that there is some other condition to which humanity might advance in which religion would no longer be needed. Both those implications are false, but they are boiled into a stock cube as tasty as any that has been seen on the intellectual menu. How many would-be intellectuals have dissolved this cube into their prose and given their thought, in the manner of Christopher Hitchens, a specious air of wisdom?

Source: https://www.aei.org/articles/speaking-neatly/

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Nice but those bloody Aphorisms are driving me Crazy
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[discussion] If someone needs aphorisms for a song let me know. I will write them.
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"All models are wrong" is a common aphorism in statistics; it is often expanded as "All models are wrong, but some are useful." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All…
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The Logic of Dreams - Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits - First and Last Things - Aphorism 13

The Logic of Dreams.β€” In sleep our nervous system is perpetually excited by numerous inner occurrences; nearly all the organs are disjointed and in a state of activity, the blood runs its turbulent course, the position of the sleeper causes pressure on certain limbs, his coverings influence his sensations in various ways, the stomach digests and by its movements it disturbs other organs, the intestines writhe, the position of the head occasions unaccustomed play of muscles, the feet, unshod, not pressing upon the floor with the soles, occasion the feeling of the unaccustomed just as does the different clothing of the whole body: all this, according to its daily change and extent, excites by its extraordinariness the entire system to the very functions of the brain, and thus there are a hundred occasions for the spirit to be surprised and to seek for the reasons of this excitation; β€”the dream, however, is the seeking and representing of the causes of those excited sensations,β€” that is, of the supposed causes. A person who, for instance, binds his feet with two straps will perhaps dream that two serpents are coiling round his feet; this is first hypothesis, then a belief, with an accompanying mental picture and interpretation β€”β€œThese serpents must be the causa of those sensations which I, the sleeper, experience,”— so decides the mind of the sleeper. The immediate past, so disclosed, becomes to him the present through his excited imagination. Thus every one knows from experience how quickly the dreamer weaves into his dream a loud sound that he hears, such as the ringing of bells or the firing of cannon, that is to say, explains it from afterwards so that he first thinks he experiences the producing circumstances and then that sound. But how does it happen that the mind of the dreamer is always so mistaken, while the same mind when awake is accustomed to be so temperate, careful, and sceptical with regard to its hypotheses? so that the first random hypothesis for the explanation of a feeling suffices foil him to believe immediately in its truth? (For in dreaming we believe in the dream as if it were a reality, i.e. we think our hypothesis completely proved.) I hold, that as man now still reasons in dreams, so men reasoned also when awake through thousands of years; the first causa which occurred to the mind to explain anything that required an explanation, was sufficient and stood for truth. (Thus, according to travellers’ tales

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On single aphorisms

As the small, constant, dispersed group, who really knew how to read him [Nietzsche, of course], grew into a legion of followers when wider circles took him up, he was overtaken by the fate that threatens every aphorist. Several of his ideas were isolated from their context and turned into slogans and shorthand concepts at the service of contentious parties from which he was completely distant.

~Lou Salome in her book on Nietzsche

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Did Kaufman ever fully translate Nietzsche's aphorisms?

In Basic Writings of Nietzsche, Kaufman only includes a selection of 75 aphorisms. I know there's a full translation online by Paul Cohn and Alexander Harvey of Human, All-Too-Human, Parts 1 & 2, but is there a full one done by Kaufman? (I'm especially interested in The Wanderer and His Shadow)

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Beyond Good and Evil - Aphorism 74

The aphorism reads:

"A man with genius is unendurable if he does not possess at least two things in addition: gratitude and cleanliness."

I feel very confused about gratitude (for instance, gratitude towards what?) and cleanliness (what is that exactly? Or what does it represent?).

So, why does N give such value to this "qualities"? Is there any other text by N where he develops the idea?

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My favorite aphorism from Nietzsche’s Daybreak/Dawn of Day. (Worth reading)

Experience and invention. However far a man may go in self-knowledge, nothing however can be more incomplete than his image of the totality of drives which constitute his being. He can scarcely name even the cruder ones: their number and strength, their ebb and flood, their play and counterplay among one another, and above all the laws of their nutriment remain wholly unknown to him. This nutriment is therefore a work of chance: our daily experiences throw some prey in the way of now this, now that drive, and the drive seizes it eagerly; but the coming and going of these events as a whole stands in no rational relationship to the nutritional requirements of the totality of the drives: so that the outcome will always be twofold the starvation and stunting of some and the overfeeding of others. Every moment of our lives sees some of the polyp-arms of our being grow and others of them wither, all according to the nutriment which the moment does or does not bear with it. Our experiences are, as already said, all in this sense means of nourishment, but the nourishment is scattered indiscriminately without distinguishing between the hungry and those already possessing a superfluity. And as a consequence of this chance nourishment of the parts, the whole, fully grown polyp will be something just as accidental as its growth has been. To express it more clearly: suppose a drive finds itself at the point at which it desires gratification or exercise of its strength, or discharge of its strength, or the saturation of an emptiness these are all metaphors : it then regards every event of the day with a view to seeing how it can employ it for the attainment of its goal; whether a man is moving, or resting or angry or reading or speaking or fighting or rejoicing, the drive will in its thirst as it were taste every condition into which the man may enter, and as a rule will discover nothing for itself there and will have to wait and go on thirsting: in a little while it will grow faint, and after a couple of days or months of non-gratification it will wither away like a plant without rain. Perhaps this cruelty perpetrated by chance would be more vividly evident if all the drives were as much in earnest as is hunger, which is not content with dream food; but most of the drives, especially the so-called moral ones, do precisely this if my supposition is allowed that the meaning and value of our dreams is precisely to compensate to some extent for the chance absenc

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Question on 2 aphorisms from Poor Richard's Almanac (1733). I'm unsure what they mean:
  1. Kings & Bears often worry their keepers.
  2. Love well, whip well.
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your thoughts on aphorism 114 from the FW

Hi everyone, I'm curious about your thoughts on aphorism 114 from the FW (see below). Every new image I see is formed out of my own honesty and justice? I'm quite doubtful about that, but I'm curious for your interpretations

  1. How far the moral sphere extends.- As soon as we see a new image, we immediately construct it with the aid of all our previous experiences, depending on the degree of our honesty and justice. All experiences are moral experiences, even in the realm of sense perception.
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What are the implications to our contemporary 'nihilists' of this aphorism?

From Twilight of the Idols, translated by R. J. Hollingdale, page 55, section "Morality as Anti-Nature," aphorism #5, this sentence appears: >One would have to be situated outside life, and on the other hand to know it as thoroughly as any, as many, as all who have experienced it, to be permitted to touch on the problem of the value of life at all: sufficient reason for understanding that this problem is for us an inaccessible problem.

(The entire aphorism, but translated by Anthony M. Ludovici, is available here.)

The question to our contemporary "nihilists:" how can one assert that life has no intrinsic value when knowledge of its value is "inaccessible" to us?

As one who has done significant contemplation of the subject of the existence of one or any deities, I identify as an "I don't know" religious Agnostic, which is the only proper definition of the religious Agnostic. Similarly, I have not embraced, yet, a position on whether there is an intrinsic value to life. On this particular definition of "nihilist," Nietzsche seems to be asserting such a position requires faith in it's truth value.

It's clear with respect to the value of life, Nietzsche rejects unequivocally the Christian view of the meaning of life, and, with respect to the quote above, if we were to have "access" to "knowledge of its value," it--the value of life--would NOT be as given by the Christian view.

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Interpretations of Aphorism from Human, All Too Human II: Assorted Opinions and Maxims

Any and all interpretations are welcome:

>22 The Principle of Equilibrium.β€”The robber and the man of power who promises to protect a community from robbers are perhaps at bottom beings of the same mould, save that the latter attains his ends by other means than the formerβ€”that is to say, through regular imposts paid to him by the community, and no longer through forced contributions. (The same relation exists between merchant and pirate, who for a long period are one and the same person: where the one function appears to them inadvisable, they exercise the other. Even to-day mercantile morality is really nothing but a refinement on piratical moralityβ€”buying in the cheapest market, at prime cost if possible, and selling in the dearest.) The essential point is that the man of power promises to maintain the equilibrium against the robber, and herein the weak find a possibility of living. For either they must group themselves into an equivalent power, or they must subject themselves to some one of equivalent power (i.e. render service in return for his efforts). The latter course is generally preferred, because it really keeps two dangerous beings in checkβ€”the robber through the man of power, and the man of power through the standpoint of advantage; for the latter profits by treating his subjects with graciousness and tolerance, in order that they may support not only themselves but their ruler. As a matter of fact, conditions may still be hard and cruel enough, yet in comparison with the complete annihilation that was formerly always a possibility, men breathe freely.β€”The community is at first the organisation of the weak to counterbalance menacing forces. An organisation to outweigh those forces would be more advisable, if its members grew strong enough to destroy the adverse power: and when it is a question of one mighty oppressor, the attempt will certainly be made. But if the one man is the head of a clan, or if he has a large following, a rapid and decisive annihilation is improbable, and a long or permanent feud is only to be expected. This feud, however, involves the least desirable condition for the community, for it thereby loses the time to provide for its means of subsistence with the necessary regularity, and sees the product of all work hourly threatened. Hence the community prefers to raise its power of attack and defence to the exact plane on which the power of its dangerous neighbour stands, and to give him to understand that

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audio aphorisms

friday fun: favourite phrases

'if it sound good, it is good'

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