No-one wrote:I agree.
If no one else takes up the debate, I think I may instead write a thread summarizing (as best and succinctly as I can) the Domestic/Foreign Policy of the National Socialists and then others more interested in Nietzsche's philosophy could evaluate their similarities.
Unless, I get too distracted with something else.
Contra-Nietzsche wrote:likely has a unexpected, well developed philosophy that apparently underwent at least one fundamental change.
FilmSnob wrote:No I don't need any other philosophers,
Contra-Nietzsche wrote:Then in that case your not worth debating. Go argue with stoic guardian or walker about Nietzsche vs. Shaolin Monks or some inconsequential crap.
FilmSnob wrote:I get it, you're scared .
Nah, I'm kidding.
Anyway, I think you place too much value on the superficiality of an argument. I am at this point 100% certain that you couldn't beat me in this particular debate. It's true that none of us would gain anything, but I would be doing a favour to the world, or at least this forum, by finally showing that the assertion that Hitler was anything close to an adherent of Nietzschean philosophy is about as tenable as a fat-ass sitting on a broomstick.
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