Book È Die fröhliche Wissenschaft É 304 pages Download É Gwairsoft

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Book È Die fröhliche Wissenschaft É 304 pages Download É Gwairsoft ´ [Download] ➸ Die fröhliche Wissenschaft ➽ Friedrich Nietzsche – Gwairsoft.co.uk Ştiinţa voioasă este rodul experienţei lăuntrice a celui ce a trecut prin proba de foc mocnit a infernului i a îndurîmbogăţit cu nemaiauzite cunoştinţe? Un astfel de filozof nu mai vrea să afle adevărul cu orice preţ adevărul pur despuiat de orice urmă de aparenţă Şi nu întrucât e schilodit de prea apăsătoare încercări ci pentru că ştie că acest adevăr nu există – dimpotrivă e un adevăr clar distinct şi sterp Dacă cel ars la foc de lemn verde nu s a transformat încă în scrum cunoaşterea sa a dobândit un alt fel de profunzime una veselă El ştie acum să desluşească jocul v NOT GAY ENOUGH

Book ð Die fröhliche Wissenschaft Ê Friedrich Nietzsche

Ştiinţa voioasă este rodul experienţei lăuntrice a celui ce a trecut prin proba de foc mocnit a infernului i a îndurat povara îndelungată strivitoare şi a reuşit să afle în sine într un sfârşit speranţa însănătoşirii E drept că nu e foarte clar dacă se va însănătoşi pe deplin sau nu Dar ce mai contează asta când el reuşeşte să ofere o perspectivă cu totul nouă asupra iadului asupra bolii asupra sumbrei nenorociri când se întoarce din această lume a suferinţei Die fröhliche Wissenschaft The Gay Science Friedrich NietzscheThe Gay Science or The Joyful Wisdom is a book by Friedrich Nietzsche first published in 1882 and followed by a second edition which was published after the completion of Thus Spoke Zarathustra and Beyond Good and Evil in 1887 This substantial expansion includes a fifth book and an appendix of songs It was noted by Nietzsche to be the most personal of all his books and contains the greatest number of poems in any of his published works تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز دوم ماه می سال 2006 میلادیعنوان جکمت شادان؛ نویسنده فردریش نیچه؛ مترجمها جلال آل احمد؛ سعید کامران؛ حامد فولادوند؛ تهران، جامی، 1377؛ شابک 9645620414؛ چاپ دوم 1380؛ چاپ چهارم 1385؛ پنجم 1388؛ شابک 978964620414؛ چاپ ششم 1389؛ هفتم 1392؛ موضوع تاریخ فلسفه آلمان سده 19 مزندگی میتواند برای آنهایی که در جستجوی دانستن هستند یک تجربه باشد و نه یک وظیفه، جبر، یا فریب جکمت شادان کتابی‌ ست از «فریدریش نیچه» که در سال 1882 میلادی منتشر شد این اثر جزء خصوصی ترین نوشته‌ های نیچه به شمار می‌آید زیرا آن را پس از بهبودی از بیماری، نگاشته و به دوشیزه‌ ای به نام «سالومه» تقدیم کرده است نام آن به توجه نیچه بر زندگی شاعران، و رامشگران جنوب فرانسه، دلالت دارد، که بر اساس عشق، و جوانمردی، و شادی، زندگی می‌کردند ا شربیانی

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Die fröhliche WissenschaftOios al formelor apolinice ale naturii pe fundalul adâncului ei dionisiac şi nu mai vrea să sfâşie grăbit neghiob vălul de forme care i ascunde tainaMarea sănătate – Noi cei noi fără de nume greu de înţeles noi prea devreme născuţii unui viitor încă nedovedit avem nevoie pentru un ţel nou şi de un mijloc nou anume de o sănătate nouă mai viguroasă mai şireată mai rezistentă mai îndrăzneaţă mai veselă decât au fost toate sănătăţile până acum Friedrich NIETZSC Perhaps one of the greatest passages I encountered here has the unconventional form of a short parable or psychologist's tale that almost does in two paragraphs than an entire novella and reminds me much of Johann Peter Hebel In dealings with people who are ashamed of their feelings one must be able to disguise one's own; for such people take a sudden antipathy to anyone who catches them in a moment of tenderness or enthusiasm or intemperate rage as if their deepest secrets had been discovered If one wants to do them a kindness in such moments one should make them laugh and utter some cold cruel witticism then their heart turns to ice and they regain self possession But I am giving you the moral before the storyThere was a time in our lives when we had grown so close to one another in friendship and brotherhood that nothing seemed to stand between us except this little footbridge Just as you were about to step upon it I asked you 'Do you want to cross this bridge to me?' But then you no longer wanted to and when I asked you again you fell silent Since then mountains and torrents and all that divides and estranges have come between us and even if we wanted to be reconciled with one another it was no longer possible However when you think back to that little footbridge you are at a loss for words but filled with tears and wonderMuch of Nietzsche's aphorisms or rather passages that implicitly make up a whole here take on a poetic form that are rhythmic and conversational without completely jumping the ship of non fiction like Thus Spoke Zarathustra and in this style The Joyous Science appear wholly uniue and vivifying to a modern weary and logical mind in what is otherwise an ocean of grays and blues in writing Take it from the author himself however It is noteworthy that the great masters of prose have almost always been poets either openly or secretly for their own private enjoyment; and truly good prose is written only in light of poetry For prose is the result of an uninterrupted polite war with poetry; all its charm consists in the fact that poetry is constantly avoided and contradicted; every abstraction wishes to be presented as a piece of roguishness against poetry and with mocking voice; all dryness and coolness is supposed to drive the lovely goddess to lovely despair; often there are momentary compromises and reconciliations between the two and then a sudden rebound into laughter; often the curtain is drawn back and harsh light let in just when the goddess was enjoying her twilights and dull colours; often her words are taken from her mouth and sung to a melody which makes her hold her delicate hands over her delicate ears and so there are a thousand pleasures to this war the defeats very much included of which the unpoetic the so called prose writers know nothing which is why they write and speak only bad proseNow that I have been so soundly trounced and seeing that against my better judgement I have unwittingly mentioned Hebel above without sparing him a single thought for almost exactly a year until now I wonder if I might better occupy my time Walter Benjamin like with constructing my reviews solely out of uotations from now on