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By Yoel Natan

Mr Yoel searched the topic will,he uncovered the "i want it's going to depart" Islamic heritage and did not fabricate anything,i understand that simply because i'm ex-muslem.he showes past doubt that allah is none yet hellal or almuqah of the previous moon cult and the evidences aren't from a ways away,they are from what koran.many overwhelming evidences make muslem imagine AGAIN.but unfortionatily Islam is a cult and as all knew cult restrict thinkging they simply "DO IT".i wish all Muslims will purchase this 2 volumes and skim them,if you discover them foolish go back them or burn them...but what in the event that they inform the truth(the logically permitted truth)....
one mistake from Mr Yoel book,he stated there's no sura(chapter)in Koran named the sun...while sura quantity ninety one named "the sun".
thank you Mr Yoel and thanks freed our minds.

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But let that pass. What we are offered is not humanism but superhumanism and how that differs from a kind of prospective mythology of from anthropomorphic deism projected into the future is left unex-· plained. But Nietzsche gives numerous indications that he is espousing some sort of evolutionism. Earth and bodyare to be honoured, Christian and conventional morality are deplored as 'harmful', presumably to the race, as counteracting natural selection and the survival of the fittest-the strong, the courageous and the enlightened self-seeker.

To imagine that it could be so derived is a fundamental ethical mistake of which Freud is not the only victim. The view is mare plausible that the child's image of his father as a protector against external dangers might be projected on to nature as an idea of God; and this image may weIl be associated with ambiguous emotions of fear and love; for the father is also an agent of punishment and an object of dread. But then the fantasy cannot be described exclusivdy as wishfulfilment, as it would be equally a product of anxiety neurosis.

What satisfaction did Archaeopteryx derive from the emergence ATHE18M AND THE18M of the modem eagle? The onlyend for man that he has motive to pursue is one in which his own will is realized, but he can no more will the natural evolution of his own species than he can add, by taking thought, a cubit to his own stature. In spite of himself, Nietzsche is aware of this. The will to power, he sees, is man's inevitable aim. The question, however, arises: Power to do what? Power of what sort? Clearly not sheer physical power, or elephants and horses would already be man's superiors.

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