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|The anarchist and the Christian have a common origin and purpose for they are |
both desirous of overturning the pyramid in their hatred of the highest man. It was
the same in Rome, Nietzsche explains: that magnificent edifice, the imperium ...
|... unequal rights,it lies inthe claim to 'equal' rights.... What isbad? But I have |
already answered that question: everything that proceedsfrom weakness,
fromenvy, from revengefulness. – The anarchist and the Christian have a
|How One Becomes what One is; The Antichrist: a Curse on Christianity Friedrich |
Wilhelm Nietzsche. ocrity as a prerequisite. Handicraft, trade ... The anarchist and
the Christian have a common origin... 58 Indeed it does make a difference to ...
|Pearl Bailey, Talking to Myself, 1971 114 A young man's ambition is to get along |
in the world and make a place for ... Henry Ward Beecher, Proverbs from
Plymouth Pulpit, 1887 116 The anarchist and the Christian have a common origin
|But I have already said this: all that is born of weakness, envy, of revenge. The |
anarchist and the Christian have the same origin.”19 Of course these are only
two among “a hundred signs,” but by showing the common origin of the Christian
|The anarchist and the Christian have a common origin. In the mountains the |
shortest route is from peak to peak, but for that you must have long legs.
Aphorisms should be peaks: and those to whom they are spoken should be big
and tall of ...
|3 I rejoice that America has resisted. Three millions of people, so dead to all the |
feelings of liberty, as voluntarily to submit to be slaves, would have been tit
instruments to make slaves ... 4 The anarchist and the Christian have a common
|By his very success in inventing labor-saving devices, modern man has |
manufactured an abyss of boredom that only the privileged classes in earlier
civilizations have ever fathomed. ... The anarchist and the Christian have a
|One would have to seek the highest type of free man where the greatest |
resistance is constantly being overcome: five steps from tyranny, near the
threshold of the ... Nietzsche, Friedrich The anarchist and the Christian have a
|Well, without doubt, popular submissiveness must be the moral basis, not only of |
Christian, but of any forms of social ... to which common appeal may be made ;
and, without question, Popery has an immense advantage over Protestantism in