Nietzsche's drives

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Philosophy

 

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Joe B

 

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December 12, 2014

 

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Limitations such as language, experience, and understanding are among, but not the only confinements. Man is but a reflection, and because of this, every initial cause simultaneously draws after itself another even more initial cause, and so on to infinity. That is the nature of every sort of awareness and reflection...
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That is the nature of every sort of awareness and reflection. "Around every being there is described a similar concentric circle, which has a mid-point and is peculiar to him. Our ears enclose us within a comparable circle, and so does our sense of touch. Now, it is by these horizons, within which each of us encloses his senses as if behind prison walls, that we measure the world, we say that this is near and that far, this big and that small, this is hard and that soft: this measuring we call sensation ? and it is all of it an error!"(B2 A 117) Man is blind to that which is outside his sight, deaf to the sounds he is incapable of hearing, and doomed to interpret himself and the world around him with his limited senses...
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