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Foreground

Evaluations, perspectives from below (FIAV) 2

2

Secretly

Guided and channelled into particular tracks by his instincts - 3

3

Behind all logic, too, and it

S apparent tyranny of movement, there are value judgements - 3

4

Recognise

Untruth as a condition of life - 4

5

Motivational analysis

5

6

Reasons sought

after the fact to defend a pre-existing tenet

7

Philosophers and scholars

6

8

Stoics

9

9

The tyrannical drive itself, the most spiritual form of the will to power

9

10

Appearance v reality

10

11

Synthetic a priori

11

12

Atomism

12

13

Teleological explanations

13

14

Science - explains that science should be used as a way of interpreting, but not explaining, the world

14

15

Reductio ad absurdum

15

16

Immediate certainties

16

17

The complex condition of pleasure of the person who wills, who obeys, and at the

Same time identifies himself with the executor of the command - 18 and 19

18

The spell of certain grammatical functions is the spell of physiological value judgements

20

19

Causa Sui and Reification

21

20

Reification and democracy - a hatred of everything privileged and autocratic

22

21

Last ss of 'prejudice of past philosophers'

Analysing philosophy is a job for psychologists. But psychology has remained anchored to moral values. We need to move beyond good and evil - might feel seasick!

22

Language will continue to speak of oppositions where there are only degrees

24

23

Free will, cynic, new philosopher

26

24

Presto

28

25

Why is the new philosopher lonely?

They step aside from shared values... Become completely distant. 29

26

Exoteric and esoteric philosophers

30

27

Three stages of youth

Simplification and falsification gives way to nihilism and scepticism... We need a third perspective! - 31

28

3 stages of morality

32

29

For the sake

Of others, not for me - 33

30

There would be no life if not

On the basis of perspectivist assessments and appearances - 34