Derelict Space

Category: Adrian Del Caro

Superfluous (adj): the Man of the State

by markdyal

“There, where the State ends, only there begins the human being who is not superfluous; there begins the song of necessity, the unique and irreplaceable melody. There, where the State ends – look there, my brothers! Do you not see it, the rainbow and the bridges of the ├╝bermensch?” Zarathustra, “On the New Idol.”

Toward Anthropological Revolution

by ds1977

“All sick and sickly people strive instinctively for herd organization. Wherever there are herds it is the instinct of weakness that willed the herd and the cleverness of the priest that organized it.” Friedrich Nietzsche, On the Genealogy of Morality, Third Treatise, Section 18.

She Wants that You Thin the Herd

by ds1977

“Heedless, mocking, violent – that’s how wisdom wants us: she is a woman and only ever loves a warrior.” Zarathustra, On the Genealogy of Morality, Third Treatise.

One Thing Nietzsche Learned from the Norsemen

by ds1977

“Only that which has no history is definable.”

Friedrich Nietzsche, On the Genealogy of Morality, Second Treatise 13, 268.

Many in the Valley, Few on the Mountain

by ds1977

– You old friends! Look! How pale and shocked are you,

Full of love and fear!

No, leave! Don’t be angry! You could not – live here:

between remotest cliffs of icy blue –

Here you must be hunter and chamois too.

Friedrich Nietzsche, “From Lofty Mountains,” Beyond Good and Evil