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January 26, 2011


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There is a lot of Confucian in Nietzsche, he did study Chinese philosophy. The same with Kant (not sure). I'm not surprise since I read something from Larouche (Schiller Institute) about Nietzsche trying to undermine China's government by distorting Taoism.

Oddly enough reading Auden's anthology of Kierkegaard's work and Red Pine's translation of Ch'an hermit of the 14th century Stonehouse. Both were complete individuals from what I can see. Kierkegaard's way is not at all Stonehouse's but I think Soren K would have recognized the recluse as a Knight of Faith.

you are correct! i agree with you,great post!

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