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The aphorisms of one of Europe’s greatest philosophers, part 5
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translated by Joseph D. Pryce APHORISMS 401-515 401. False and True in Nietzsche. The best, the deepest, and the most true of all the discoveries that Nietzsche has won for…
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The aphorisms of one of Europe’s greatest philosophers, part 4
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translated by Joseph D. Pryce APHORISMS 301-400 301. On the Ontological School. If the ontological school had been relentlessly serious in its attempt to develop a logic without
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The aphorisms of one of Europe’s greatest philosophers, part 3
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translated by Joseph D. Pryce APHORISMS 201-300 201. Jean Paul [Richter]. Jean Paul is a texture, not a structure. (RR p. 307) 202. On Dualities. One duality is that of subject and object. The…
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The aphorisms of one of Europe’s greatest philosophers, part 2 read part 1 by Ludwig Klages
translated by Joseph D. Pryce APHORISMS 101-200 101. Festivals. Every festival will be a play between distances. (RR. p. 269) 102. Viewpoints. 1. The logocentric ascetic. His view emerges from one point…
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The aphorisms of one of Europe’s greatest philosophers Introductory Note
by Joseph D. Pryce THESE APHORISMS, essays, and recollections in prose are numbered seriatim. The idea was to construct a sort of völkisch vade-mecum out of Klages’s works that might resemble the Heraclitean…
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Translated and edited by Joseph D. Pryce LUDWIG KLAGES (pictured) (1872–1956) was a prominent German philosopher associated with the intellectual movement known as ‘vitalism’ (Biozentrismus). He seems to have been a solitary child, but he developed an intense friendship with a Jewish classmate…
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by Joseph Pryce GERMAN PHILOSOPHER Jakob Friedrich Fries (1775-1843) (pictured) was born at Barby in Saxony and studied theology with the Moravians in the German town of Niesky, which was then heavily populated by Czech refugees fleeing Catholic persecution from their former homeland of Bohemia.…
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