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Nietzsche 4/296

Beyond Good and Evil Thar Olc is Maith 4. The falseness of an opinion is not for us any objection to it: it is here, perhaps, that our new language sounds most strangely. The question is, how far an opinion … Continue reading

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Nietzsche 3/296

Beyond Good and Evil Thar Olc is Maith Having kept a sharp eye on philosophers, and having read between their lines long enough, I now say to myself that the greater part of conscious thinking must be counted among the … Continue reading

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Nietszche 2/296

I’m not happy with translating “Being” by Beith, but there seems little other choice, other than to paraphrase entirely, which may not be appropriate with such an abstruse text. Or I’m wondering if Bheith ann is better, and you could … Continue reading

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A bit of Nietzsche in Irish

This is paragraph one (of 296) of Nietzsche’s Beyond Good and Evil. I’m not sure of the translation, and would like suggestions. I think Good and Evil has to be Evil and Good in Irish. Toil chun may be a … Continue reading

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