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Nietzsche's school jeremiad sounds oddly familiar
When Friedrich Nietzsche was offered a professorship in classical philology at the university of Basel in 1869 he was so happy he burst into song. He was only 24 at the time — a year younger than Enoch Powell, who became a professor of Greek at the ...
Iran-Born Artist Draws Comfortably From Both Nietzsche and Rumi
In the artist statement on her website, Los Angeles-based Angela Larian cites a variety of influences, including Plato's and Nietzsche's philosophies, as well as the writings of Persian poets Rumi (13th century) and Hafez (14th century).
Religion: Theories and Methods, Nietzsche Part II
Welcome back to the Religion: Theories and Methods series. This week we are exploring some of the theories of the Philosopher Frederich Nietzsche. Our next post will introduce the Philosopher Karl Marx.
Comic T.J. Miller: Trained Clown And Student Of Nietzsche
T.J. Miller has played a dragon slayer in the How to Train Your Dragon movies, a man who doesn't always change his underwear in Big Hero 6 and a pothead who thinks he's a tech rock star in HBO's Silicon Valley.
Unthinkable: Is 'higher education for all' based on a lie?
Ireland prides itself on the relatively high proportion of its young people who have higher-education qualifications. But Friedrich Nietzsche would not be impressed.

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