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Friedrich Nietzsche @hermeneuticon
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e in Hermeneuticon at Hermetic Library}} </WRAP> Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844–1900) "In more remote times, the constitue... the O.T.O. included such men as: … And recently: Friedrich Nietzsche"—[[/crowley/libers/lib52]] "Nietzsche may be reg... Dangerously. Was not this the Word of thine Uncle Friedrich Nietzsche?"—[[/crowley/book-of-wisdom-or-folly/alpha-sigma]] ==== Events ==== * [[Lesser Feast]] of [[Friedrich Nietzsche]], born [[October 15]], [[1844]], at Röcken, Saxo
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neuticon/Nibbana]], 11, 33, 52\\ [[/hermeneuticon/Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche|Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm]], 16, 36, 316\\     --- [[/hermeneuticon/Prophet... , Claude Farrèrre 302\\ Antichrist, Friedrich Nietzsche 316\\ Ouroboros, Gare
Afterthoughts on the Abolition of Work @black
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I have previously quoted [I] the Romantic poet Friedrich Schiller: “The animal works when deprivation is t... rabundant life is its own stimulus to activity.”((Friedrich Schiller, //[[amazon>B01HJ6B5HY|On the Aesthetic ... p. at 20-21. “The true end of Man,” according to Wilhelm von Humboldt, “is the highest and most harmonious... ness, and seriousness is transformed into play.”((Friedrich Schiller, “Letters to Prince Frederick Christian
Rudolf Steiner @hermeneuticon
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reedom or The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity; Friedrich [[Nietzsche]], Fighter for Freedom.; four "Mystery Dramas" p
August 25 @hermeneuticon
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==== August 25 ====== * [[Greater Feast]] of [[Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche]], died [[August 25]], [[1900]] at Weimar, German
August @hermeneuticon
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[1503]] at Rome, Italy * [[Greater Feast]] of [[Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche]], died [[August 25]], [[1900]] at Weimar, German
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ppression, he may have to take to Hashish.\\ > -- Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, //Ecce Homo// \\ **Botany of Cannabis** Canna