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The Most Unintentionally MGTOW Video You'll Ever See

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Published on 14 Sep 2020 / In Entertainment

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Philosophies for Life: ⁣Friedrich Nietzsche - How To Become A Superhuman (Existentialism): ⁣https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HF9npeC3uc

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LongRedRoad
LongRedRoad 9 days ago

now that is some good stuff. Thanks TFM

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RePublius
RePublius 14 days ago

I've been writing a sci-fi book recently that uses the camel, lion and child metamorphoses of the soul as the structure for the plot and character arc. If I ever finish I'll have to sponsor the show

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JustinPeanuts
JustinPeanuts 14 days ago

Mgtow AF sums up the video.

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Alucard1776
Alucard1776 15 days ago

That's definitely deep

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AvyScottAndFlower
AvyScottAndFlower 15 days ago

I thought the title was clickbait

It wasn't!

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Darthtickles
Darthtickles 15 days ago

Should be careful when reading Nietzsche, especially young and impressionable guys. Read up on the man himself and where his philosophy got him. It also reeks of early modernism, with all the cringey pseudoscientific theories of mind that emerged then and the red pill rage phase against religion.

No argument that Nietzsche is a critical element of any healthy contemporary philosophy, but definitely don't just clap your hands a few times, say "we're done here" and wander off to become a childish dragon donkey.

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Coeus
Coeus 15 days ago

Most people truly are better off with religion, assuming of course that they are following a relatively benign shepherd and not a grifter. Perhaps the issue is that the "Dragon" can take many forms. Some forms will result in a well-functioning society. The current "Dragon" of the western world is leading to decline. Nietzsche's philosophy, especially as presented in this video, has a lot of merit. You are right to point out that it could be dangerous for many men, assuming they're at one stage or another, when in fact they aren't even up to "Camel." They could rebel in self-destructive ways or conclude they can do anything they wish without considering the consequences.

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Darthtickles
Darthtickles 15 days ago

@Coeus: oh ya, im far from religious. im just pointing out the reactionary nature of a lot of early modern philosophy. "if you're totally over that god guy, why do you talk about him all the time?" kind of thing. My main point was, as you suggested, that nietszche taken on his own and without context can lead to you jerking off in your moms basement and complaining about how all these pathetic untermensch dont recognize the value of your world of warcraft hentai fanfic. as i said, nietzsche taken as a part of a broad and rigorous reading of philosophy is utterly essential.

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Zilord
Zilord 15 days ago

@Darthtickles: Nietzsche is one of the most misrepresented dudes ever. Human beings have an amazing capacity to rationalize their own behavior. I dont think that Nietchzsche has much to do with what you described.

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Darthtickles
Darthtickles 15 days ago

@Zilord: then i would guess that you havent met many self-described Nietzscheans

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EdTrollington
EdTrollington 10 days ago

@Coeus: That's a very good point. In order to become the lion, you MUST be capable of being the camel first. If you can't become the camel, the path of the lion is death to you.

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SJWtears
SJWtears 15 days ago

Damn, this was great - Chase freedom, become the lion, fight the dragon and become a newborn child, going his own way and saying "YES" to life

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Lucifer333
Lucifer333 15 days ago

My value is not making up shit I dont know anything about because ego stroking (like tfm pretending to be a historian, finiancial instrument expert, or a physicist)
Yeah, the "ze master race" allright!

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Lucifer333
Lucifer333 10 days ago

Yeah because "ze master race" doesnt make up shit they dont know nothing about, and "ze master race" doesnt think books are made out of kryptonite.

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SuperGuy
SuperGuy 15 days ago

i have to disagree about the third phase,i find it quite vague,cause that's what feminism actually do "we will do whatever we like" ,and YES all the money of Others.

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DisruptiveTimes
DisruptiveTimes 15 days ago

Although its quite different. Feminism is the baby that has not even begun to understand the camel. The camel is the same what Gurdjieff called the harmless "obyvatel" and yes, very few even reach that state. Feminism is not even that, thus comparing those two is futile.

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SuperGuy
SuperGuy 14 days ago

@DisruptiveTimes: if what you are saying is the case,then the child can't do whatever he likes,which means he isn't even a lion.so the question is are they phases or transformations

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DisruptiveTimes
DisruptiveTimes 14 days ago

@SuperGuy: Feminism: "I do whatever I want by taking and giving nothing" = outcome net negative for all. Superhuman: "I do whatever I want and pay any price needed" = Net positive for all. The difference lies in the understanding of the rules. The first dont care and dont create. The second learned and actively create. Feminism is the baby that never grew up, the Superhuman grew tall and strong and went back to being a baby to free himself.

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yomomz
yomomz 15 days ago

I thoroughly enjoyed that.

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EsterGym
EsterGym 16 days ago

As feminism is amoral and uses morality against his opponents to reach its goals, only we, the ubermensch can defeat it by transcending the morals. Not neglecting it nor embracing it.

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Sho Shuto
Sho Shuto 16 days ago

Almost there. Just need to retire early, and I'll be the kid again. No boss, no debts, no rules, all my own responsibilities, for personal responsibility is the hallmark of freedom, so I'm told.

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OutlawSage
OutlawSage 16 days ago

i used to work on a fast food for 3 years, i hated it, but i needed the jobs, i rised to chief, and cuz i thought the money would make it better, it did not, until one day, i simply quit, it broke me, cuz all does years i worked, i believed it was going to affect me negatively, i was not going to be able to get a new job, so went i left, i never looked back, it was a few bad months, but i saw the light in the end of the tunnel, to the point i had two jobs, and it was still better, you never know how good is a job, when you never had a bad one. i started working at an hotel and i was killing it, but thanks to china, they lay me off, but i would have never found that job in the hotel if i did not made that decision.

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WindSage
WindSage 15 days ago

@OutlawSage In STEM fields one usually has some sense of loyalty to the first job you are given. Thing is these jobs tend to have issues. Still they give you experience about the job market. Thankfully one learns to move on and find better jobs. Also one learns to distinguish the bad from the good.

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OsloMGTOW
OsloMGTOW 16 days ago

Already watched the original 3x today.

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