From: Kenneth Johnson <poochiegraig@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 7 Jul 2001 22:45:38 -0700
What makes / how does - a sovereign come "to be"?
The only thing that can create a sovereign is a sovereign creator. This
means the sovereign MUST/CAN ONLY create himself out of himself.
Who can judge a sovereign? Anyone. Whose judgement of a sovereign counts?
No one's but the sovereign's.
Ergo, Heidegger's purely psycho.logical judgement of Nietzsche's raison
d'etre for his (dis.covering) conception of Will to Power does not count,
This Man chronicler of Das Man counts mightily among subjects, but does not
count among these subject's sovereigns, period!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Heidegger was an original thinker but not, like Nietzsche, a sovereign
thinker, merely a superabundently bright theologian, a supercharged Plato,
Augustine, Tertullian, Aquinis or several hundred dozen other ilkies of
these ilk, no less than these of course but certainly also nothing more.
You are all bright theo-logic slaves of this brilliant theo-logos slave.
Pure say, no see.
You look, for instance, at a strawberry plant for sale in a nursery, but
what you see are strawberry fields forever - easy to intricately dream the
details of this field's image in your imag.ination, harder, much harder, to
But possible, always possible, there is always the always possible, the
golden hued gold, ay?
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