bukuri, e mora vesh qe ti je me kulture ngambrapahumane, edhe peshqit e moren vesh. Kjo eshte kryesorja, per ty sigurisht. Njekohesisht u mor vesh qe ma dhive shkrimin.
Tani hidhemi tek kryesorja per çeshtjen, qe s’ka te beje se sa kulture ke ti, apo un. Eshte nje e vertete elementare qe Niçja ka ndikuar rende mbi futuristet italiane dhe futuristet ruse (pothuajse te gjithe futuristet ishin Niçeane) qe benin poezi antipoetike dhe antiartistike, adhuronin makinat, teknologjine, shkencen.
Kaq elementare eshte kjo sa un nuk kam nerva me vazhdu me tej mesimin per klase fillore per te komentuar ngambrapa komentit tend ngambrapahuman.
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Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) has exerted a huge influence on 20th century philosophy and literature - an influence that looks set to continue into the 21st century. Nietzsche questioned what it means for us to live in our modern world. He was an ‘anti-philosopher’ who expressed grave reservations about the reliability and extent of human knowledge. His radical scepticism disturbs our deepest-held beliefs and values. For these reasons, Nietzsche casts a ‘long shadow’ on the complex cultural and philosophical phenomenon we now call ‘postmodernism’. “Nietzsche and Postmodernism” explains the key ideas of this ‘Anti-Christ’ philosopher. It then provides a clear account of the central themes of postmodernist thought exemplified by such thinkers as Derrida, Foucault, Lyotard and Rorty, and concludes by asking if Nietzsche can justifiably be called the first great postmodernist.
Bostrom rejects Nietzsche as an ancestor of the transhumanist movement, as he claims that there were merely some “surface-level similarities with the Nietzschean vision” (Bostrom 2005a, 4). In contrast to Bostrom, I think that significant similarities between the posthuman and the overhuman can be found on a fundamental level. In addition, it seems to me that Nietzsche explained the relevance of the overhuman by referring to a dimension which seems to be lacking in transhumanism. In order to explain my position, I will progress as follows. First, I will compare the concept of the posthuman to that of Nietzsche’s overhuman, focusing more on their similarities than their differences. Second, I will contextualise the overhuman in Nietzsche’s general vision, so that I can point out which dimension seems to me to be lacking in transhumanist thought.