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In Fear and Trembling I write this essay Perhaps that is part of the point that I not write this essay in comfort in simple regurgitation of class discussion or by simply rewording the notes I might have taken From reading the two passages from Nietzsche and Kierkegaard I found a profound similarity which at first I could not put into words Simply struggling with what they could both mean Is perhaps Nietzsches poorest fishermanrowing with golden oarspg269 similar to Kierkegaards knight of faith Are they both trying to tell the reader that we are all blindly living our lives What is this historical sense Nietzsche speaks of From here maybe I can begin to put to words the implications which these ideas hold for our very existence and where these assumptions come from in the first place These are but a few questions and perhaps by working through these questions I may be able to end this discomfort and then again perhaps not Let us begin with NietzscheThe humaneness of the future what does this mean Here Nietzsche is beginning to explain his vision of the future of our existence of the way we will live in the future He begins by looking at how we in the present seem to live using this distinctive historical sense which is really just this way of living using already acquired knowledge almost in a habitual fashion By this I mean right now I may be in university but the only reason I am even here is because I have been trained by the past generations that higher education is a needed thing it goes all the way back to the Greeks I am not here at university because it popped into my head out of nowhere I did not say Hey I should go pay lots of money so I can be a conversation piece at cafs No I did it because the previous generation brought
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