Re: Re[4]: what is bio-power?

To put it far too schematically, I
>would find it very difficult to read self-overcoming as any sort of a
>return to
>an originary status or condition. Self-overcoming is simultaneously a process
>of destruction (the "throwing off") AND a movement of creation.
>Sam Chambers
>University of Minnesota


according to Rorty, Nietzsche is a romantic also. Indeed, it is the
movement to self-creation which Rorty finds most akin to the romantics,
for they sought, according to him, a self-creation of people. Get rid of
this haughty Reason, and let people make themselves into new beings. I
find Rorty's account quite effective and you might check it out.


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