Koros wrote:This is what I have agaisnt what you call "potential allies".Sauwelios wrote:Note again that I never turned against you, you turned against me. What I am against is your turning against potential allies, not you. You may look down on these potential allies, but what benefit do you have in driving them away? As, again, Nietzsche says,
"Where force is, there becometh number the master: it hath more force."
[Thus Spake Zarathustra, Of the Three Evil Things.]
Allying my self with Nietzsche, through you, is no potential at all. My relationship to him, as to anyone else, does not go through YOU and has nothing to do with YOU!!!
If an ally you seek, then speak with your own voice.
Why should I if Nietzsche has already said it sufficiently well? I have never tried to suggest that your relationship to him should go through me, or has anything to do with me. Though I may not be on a par with Nietzsche, at least I am alive... But perhaps I, unlike him, am just not your kind, and therefore not interesting to you. I can live with that.
Is not remaining true to one's nature the way to this ideal you call the overman?Sauwelios wrote:Do you not want to---become master? If you don't, however, you are no bridge for me to the Superman. I will then take my business elsewhere. So kindly let me know.
Is that not what your dead master urges you to do?
If that were so, my remaining true to my (priestly) nature would as much be the way to the overman as your remaining true to your nature. Perhaps if the fool persists in his folly he will become wise. Perhaps the dedication you scorn is just my persisting in my folly.
The rest of your post is just thought-provoking (not word-provoking) to me at this time.