Indeed we foul our own approach. We spend more efforts and money to help water. Yet, over the last systems we began to use more household detergents for cleaning the house which parental water and cause different allergies.We might even say that everywhere on earth nowadays where there is still solemnity, seriousness, mystery, gloomy colours in the lives of men and people, something of that terror is still at work, the fear with which in earlier times on earth people made promises, pledged their word, or praised something. Justice at this first stage is good will among those approximately equal in power to come to terms with each other, to "understand" each other again by compensation—and in relation to those less powerful, to compel them to arrive at some settlement among themselves. Here perhaps lies even the origin of the gods, thus an origin out of fear! The fact that conceiving gods does not necessarily, in itself, lead to a degraded imagination—that's something we have to consider for a moment, the point that there are more uplifting ways to use the invention of the gods than for this human self-crucifixion and self-laceration in which Europe in the last millennia has become an expert. Oh this insane, sad beast man! To be entitled to pledge one's word, to do it with pride, and also to say "yes" to oneself—that right is a ripe fruit, as I have mentioned, but it is also a late fruit.
Now, in a fit of pessimism, the prospect of a final installment must once and for all be denied. For him it is not even necessary in the slightest to estimate an object falsely and with bias, the way the reactive man does and must do. It sharpens the feeling of estrangement and strengthens powers of resistance. Nietzsche first essay summary Nietzsche first essay genealogy of morals summary Sparknotes: genealogy of morals: first essay, sections or section of genealogy of morals nietzsche genealogy first essay summary - ndcalumni. The entire history of ethnic fighting, victory, reconciliation, mergers—everything which comes before the final rank ordering of all the elements of a people in that great racial synthesis—is mirrored in the tangled genealogies of its gods, in the sagas of their fights, victories, and reconciliations.
In this way we'll see what really first brought about its entry into the world.
Unfortunately people normally throw them together. Setting this to one side, the lawbreaker [Verbrecher] is above all a "breaker" [Brecher]—a breaker of contracts and a breaker of his word against the totality, with respect to all the good features and advantages of the communal life in which, up to that point, he has had a share. Within the original tribal cooperatives—we're talking about primeval times—the living generation always acknowledged a legal obligation to the previous generations, and especially to the earliest one which had founded the tribe and this was in no way merely a sentimental obligation—the latter is something we could reasonably claim was absent for the longest period of the human race. We can ascribe to forgetfulness the fact what while we are digesting what we live through and experience and then absorb we might call the process mental ingestion [Einverseeling] , we are conscious of what is going on as little as we are with the thousand-fold process which our bodily nourishment goes through so-called physical ingestion [Einverleibung]. In general, what can be achieved through punishment, in human beings and animals, is an increase in fear, a honing of prudence, control over desires.
In general, punishment makes people hard and cold. What can people give back to them? Let me say this: the partial loss of utility, decline, and degeneration, the loss of meaning, and purposelessness, in short, death, belong to the conditions of a real progress, which always appears in the form of a will and a way to greater power always establishing itself at the expense of a huge number of smaller powers. Isn't that the real problem of human beings?
Now, our gaze is to bounce off and ricochet back despairingly off an iron impossibility, now those ideas of "debt" and "duty" are supposed to turn back. In the last analysis, all such asceticism is centred in the ethics of Christianity but The First Essay: Nietzsche's blamers and warriors Notes from 21 Jul Nietzsche's First Essay in his On the Genealogy of Morality traces the origins of our Western values. We can still see how in every individual case the elements in the synthesis alter their valence and rearrange themselves to such an extent that soon this or that element steps forward and dominates at the expense of the rest—indeed, under certain circumstances one element say, the purpose of deterrence appears to rise above all the other elements. With what sort of expression, do you think, did Homer allow his gods to look down on the fate of men? He grows tense with the contradiction of "God" and "devil," from himself he hurls every denial which he says to himself, his nature, his naturalness, the reality of his being as an affirmative yes, as something existing, as living, as real, as God, as the blessedness of God, as God the Judge, as God the Hangman, as something beyond him, as eternity, as perpetual torment, as hell, as punishment and guilt beyond all measure. Its beginnings, just like the beginnings of everything great on earth, were watered thoroughly and for a long time with blood.