Nietzsche eerily predicts the postmodern, social justice ethos that's destroying our culture today. It's uncanny how he describes, in perfect detail, the diabolicism of the resentful individual and the manner in which he/she cloaks their hate in compassion and love in order to reduce those they envy the most.
Dr. E. Michael Jones returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his book Dionysos Rising: The Birth of Cultural Revolution Out of the Spirit of Music. We talk about modern music and how its shift away from harmony and melody towards discord and atonality sparked a cultural revolution in the West. Dr. Jones is a historian, writer and editor of Culture Wars magazine. Among his many books are The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History, The Slaughter of Cities, Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury and the most recent The Broken Pump in Tanzania: Julius Nyerere and the Collapse of Development Economics. *Please consider supporting this program by donating here.
Footnotes to Plato is a TLS Online series appraising the works and legacies of the great thinkers and philosophers The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900) pursued two main themes in his…
Analizando ciertas ideologías políticas me acorde de Nietzsche y su brillante oposición a las corrientes igualitarias, humanistas y democráticas de la época. Un afirmante de la individualidad poderosa. El bien máximo es la vida misma, que culmina en la voluntad de poder. #Nietzsche #Biopolítica