[Marxism] Nietzsche on MLK
gary.maclennan1 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 21 17:58:42 MST 2014
this is the first, if I may so, false note in this thread. You simply
repeat Kaufman's defence and then describe those who do not agree with you
as producing "effluent". No one has made the simple mistake of saying
Nietzsche was anti-semitic. No one. Yet you simply trot out the bit about
the sister. As my post this morning pointed out I addressed Nietzsche on
truth, morality and power. On all of which he was wrong and often
revoltingly so. Defend him on that territory if you can and I won't hold my
breath while I'm waiting.
On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 7:44 PM, shaun may <mnwps at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Rule #1: YOU MUST clip all extraneous text when replying to a message.
> That old chestnut, once again, of Nietzsche's work as a philosophical
> source of anti-semitism and fascism. I am disappointed to hear such
> hackneyed effluent and misrepresentation tediously rolled out on this list.
> (Yawn, yawn)
> Nietzcshe himself was virulently opposed to anti-semitism ("anti-semitic
> canaille") and nationalism in his lifetime. It was sister Elizabeth and
> others who doctored his writings which served the purposes of Fascism.
> There is no direct road from FN to Fascism. Just as there is no direct
> road from Marx to Stalin. If the writings of great thinkers are
> sufficiently twisted, and dogmatically and doctrinally relocated out of the
> historical conditions of their creation, it is entirely possible to make a
> stinking and decaying pig's ear out of an embroidered philosophical silk
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