Monthly Archives: February 2012

Übermensch as Buddha/Christ II

The first post (Übermensch as Buddha/Christ) was hyperbole then, therefore unworthy of consideration; a joke, a poor one at that for, honestly, how can we really take Nietzsche seriously? And wouldn’t taking Nietzsche seriously be to continue along the path … Continue reading

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Improving the World?

Not only ‘God is dead’ but there are very few Christians today who behave as if either God exists or Christ showed the ‘Way, the Truth and the Light’, therefore it is perhaps not surprising to discover that instead of … Continue reading

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Fukuoka and the Action of No-Action Through the Heart Sutra

Fukuoka is seen by some as a sustainable farmer, by others as an organic gardener, yet others see him as a permaculturalist or proponent of a more natural agriculture, and a few actually read Fukuoka and attempt to become natural … Continue reading

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Übermensch as Buddha/Christ

What is this thinking that unfolds? In this case it is the necessarily hyperbolic Übermensch as Bodhisattva (Buddha/Christ). This hyperbole is nothing other than what has long been immanent in postmodern philosophy, especially through Derrida and Deconstruction to Negative Theology! … Continue reading

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What is the Meaning of Being?

With a palpable sense of joy Nietzsche reduces the history of western thought on ‘Truth’ to the following few words; How the True World Finally Became a Fable: The History of an Error 1. The true world–attainable for the sage, … Continue reading

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Invitation

For quite some years now I have been involved in the fields of sustainable agriculture and construction; Earthships, strawbale building, Permaculture, Synergistic Agriculture, Natural Farming…etc, and what has become clear across these years is that whatever I have done, with … Continue reading

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Fukuoka’s Fulfilment

“If at that time I had been the sort of man to immerse myself in religious discipline, possessed of a firm will, then perhaps I would have driven myself to remain close to the seat of God. But being at … Continue reading

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Nietzsche, Heidegger and Zen

I have written often that our lauded ability to reason is nothing other than a vainglorious boast given our devastation of the world and that, therefore, it is far better to consider that it is our desires that inaugurate this … Continue reading

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Fukuoka and Nothing

There are many stories of what Fukuoka is, was, or will be! But what is most disappointing is his inevitable appropriation into our own conceptual framework – by which we kill the very potential he expresses. Hospitalised for weeks, not … Continue reading

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