Nietzsche – The Übermensch / Overman

In Nietzsche’s book Thus Spoke Zarathustra, there are three major teachings Zarathustra has to offer: the Will to Power, the conception of the Eternal Recurrence and the advocacy of the Overman. This is the last post of Nietzsche’s philosophy, where we will explore the meaning behind his final teaching, the Overman. Zarathustra, who is standingContinue reading “Nietzsche – The Übermensch / Overman”

Nietzsche – The Eternal Recurrence

In Nietzsche’s book Thus Spoke Zarathustra, there are three major teachings Zarathustra has to offer: the Will to Power, the conception of the Eternal Recurrence and the advocacy of the Overman. In this post we will explore the meaning behind his second teaching, the Eternal Recurrence. Nietzsche proposed finding a new set of values inContinue reading “Nietzsche – The Eternal Recurrence”

Nietzsche – The Will to Power

In Nietzsche’s book Thus Spoke Zarathustra, there are three major teachings Zarathustra has to offer: the Will to Power, the conception of the Eternal Recurrence and the advocacy of the Overman. In this post we will explore the meaning behind the will to power. Nietzsche entertains the idea that the will to power is anContinue reading “Nietzsche – The Will to Power”

Nietzsche’s Three Stages of Life

In Nietzsche’s book Thus Spoke Zarathustra, he presents three stages in life for self-overcoming: the camel, the lion, and the child. 1. The Camel To Nietzsche, all of us are born camels, and most of us are going to die camels. Most people who interact with the world bear the burdens of others.  A camelContinue reading “Nietzsche’s Three Stages of Life”

Nietzsche – God Is Dead & Critique of Christianity

Perhaps one of Nietzsche’s most famous statements is his proclamation of the death of god: “God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him. How shall we comfort ourselves, the murderers of all murderers? What was holiest and mightiest of all that the world has yet owned has bled to death under ourContinue reading “Nietzsche – God Is Dead & Critique of Christianity”

Nietzsche on Human Nobility

Nietzsche speaks of the idea of vornehmheit or human nobility. That it is not within knowledge per se. Knowledge is not something one can have like a detached thing that one possesses, but rather the knowing subject has to live his knowledge, it becomes associated to how much truth one can endure. The nobility inContinue reading “Nietzsche on Human Nobility”

Jungian Archetypes Explained In Simple Terms

Introduction Carl Jung Few people have had as much influence on modern psychology as Carl Jung, he has coined terms such as extraversion and introversion, archetypes, anima and animus, shadow, and collective unconscious, among others. He was a practicing psychiatrist and is regarded as the founder of analytical psychology or Jungian analysis. In his earlyContinue reading “Jungian Archetypes Explained In Simple Terms”

Book Review: Beyond Good and Evil – Friedrich Nietzsche

This has to be the most difficult book to read I’ve ever encountered! I had to re-read several paragraphs several times. Eventually, I just began reading and going with the flow. This is my attempt at explaining the main concepts of Beyond Good and Evil, Rating There seem to be many misconceptions in Nietzsche’s philosophy:Continue reading “Book Review: Beyond Good and Evil – Friedrich Nietzsche”

Book Review: The Art of War – Sun Tzu

“The supreme act of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting” – Sun Tzu. Rating Fascinating book, more like a guide to perfection of war. War has been and still is the result of every conflict of humanity. It is quite amazing how advanced and way ahead of his time Sun Tzu was! ToContinue reading “Book Review: The Art of War – Sun Tzu”

Book Review: 1984 – George Orwell

George Orwell, perhaps one of the most influential English novelists of the 20th century, was a heavy opponent of totalitarian regimes, especially after what had happened in Nazi Germany and Communist Russia. Rating He depicts what a world could possibly look like under an authoritarian regime in his dystopian novel 1984, coining neologisms such asContinue reading “Book Review: 1984 – George Orwell”