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Gilles Deleuze - On Repetition

“1. Make something new of repetition itself: connect it with a test, with a selection or a selective test; make it the supreme object of the will and of freedom. 178 more words


Is there any meaning to life?

A wise man once wrote that “everything is vanity” his reasoning is flawless because we live for such a short period that anything we achieve today to improve things can be undone tomorrow by someone else. 613 more words

Birthdays, Death, Nietzsche and Capitalism

It’s my birthday today. 21. It’s not that old, but for the first time in my life I’m feeling very much aware of my mortality. It’s an accumulation of a number of recent events really but the most significant would be the engagement of my oldest brother (26) this last week. 664 more words


Where does imitation end and originality begin?

In On the Genealogy of Morality, Nietzsche states, “Our thoughts, values, every ‘yes’, ‘no’, ‘if’ and ‘but’ grow from us with the same inevitability as fruits borne on the tree – all related and referring to one another.” In other words, people tend to bounce ideas off of one another and build upon the ideas of preceding works. 577 more words

Sometimes I'm Philosophical

Notes on "[Notes] Guy Debord: Society of the Spectacle"

From the blog Avoiding the Void

From a panel debate on The Society of the Spectacle:
“Man in audience: -When I listen to you it’s like a Bible reading. 157 more words

incentives & nietzsche

The idea of creating a blog has been lingering in my mind for the past three years. I am by nature a processor, a quick one at that. 503 more words