ireneflorez

Storms and free will

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“We do not accuse nature of immorality when it sends us a thunderstorm and makes us wet: why do we call the harmful man immoral? Because in the latter case we assume a voluntarily commanding free-will, in the former necessity. But this distinction is an error. And then: we do not call even intentional harming immoral under all circumstances.” – Nietzsche

Author: ireneflorez

Bogotá-born, Oakland-based media bee.

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