Nietzsche and the Nazis by Stephen R. C. Hicks (Full Audiobook)

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This audiobook edition of Nietzsche and the Nazis is read by the author, Dr. Stephen Hicks.
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00:00 Part 1. Introduction: Philosophy and History/1. Fascinated by history
03:36 2. What is philosophy of history?
04:46 Part 2. Explaining Nazism Philosophically/3. How could Nazism happen?
06:17 4. Five weak explanations for National Socialism
14:31 5. Explaining Nazism philosophically
21:40 Part 3. National Socialist Philosophy/6. The Nazi Party Program
22:44 7. Collectivism, not individualism
24:01 8. Economic socialism, not capitalism
27:40 9. Nationalism, not internationalism or cosmopolitanism
32:25 10. Authoritarianism, not liberal democracy
35:21 11. Idealism, not politics as usual
38:42 12. Nazi democratic success
41:05 Part 4. The Nazis in Power/13. Political controls
43:27 14. Education
51:28 15. Censorship
55:32 16. Eugenics
1:05:16 17. Economic controls
1:11:37 18. Militarization
1:15:55 19. The Holocaust
1:20:31 20. The question of Nazism’s philosophical roots
1:24:58 Part 5. Nietzsche’s Life and Influence/21. Who was Friedrich Nietzsche?
1:27:56 22. God is dead
1:30:27 23. Nihilism’s symptoms
1:34:20 24. Masters and slaves
1:46:05 25. The origin of slave morality
2:01:53 26. The Overman
2:10:44 Part 6. Nietzsche against the Nazis/27. Five differences
2:12:08 28. On the “blond beast” and racism
2:15:19 29. On contemporary Germans
2:16:53 30. On anti-Semitism
2:18:36 31. On the Jews
2:21:10 32. On Judaism and Christianity
2:24:27 33. Summary of the five differences
2:26:06 Part 7. Nietzsche as a Proto-Nazi/34. Anti-individualism and collectivism
2:36:38 35. Conflict of groups
2:39:31 36. Instinct, passion, and anti-reason
2:43:42 37. Conquest and war
2:48:36 38. Authoritarianism
2:52:00 39. Summary of the five similarities
2:53:18 Part 8. Conclusion: Nazi and Anti-Nazi Philosophies/40. Hindsight and future resolve
2:57:34 41. Principled anti-Nazism
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Charles Sanders
Charles Sanders Жыл бұрын
This is 8 years old. I can't believe I'm just hearing this for the first time. This is incredibly well done.
Terra Cotta
Terra Cotta Жыл бұрын
Me too.
Grizzly Addams
Grizzly Addams Жыл бұрын
The guy enunciated nicely.
Winnie Thuo
Winnie Thuo Жыл бұрын
Life is good for you if you have found this. Keep in the narrow buddy. I have gained a brother. I am pleased you are here. This space is for special people. You are special Charles just like my younger brother Charles.
Winnie Thuo
Winnie Thuo Жыл бұрын
@Terra Cotta You too.
Saffron Sugar
Saffron Sugar Жыл бұрын
The book is actually 21 years old. Without KZbin, many of us would never have heard of it.
JustA Dad
JustA Dad Жыл бұрын
Extraordinary channel. Thank for this. Lots I love about Nietzsche, but also a lot I completely disagree on. Sadly, never get chances to talk with such highly educated people. But at least we can listen and learn.
Winds of March Journey/Perry tribute band
Winds of March Journey/Perry tribute band 11 ай бұрын
Maybe ask around? Lol
John Townsend
John Townsend Ай бұрын
Thoroughly enjoyed this. So much to learn. So little time. Thanks very much for making it easier to incorporate this kind of learning into everyday life.
θεομάχος Жыл бұрын
So many years later it is so good to ser how many people came together to watch this masterpiece
The Stone Canoe
The Stone Canoe Жыл бұрын
I been dwelling yt for years, most of the truthers have already been scrubbed. Good to see stuff like this around
Pickled Onions
Pickled Onions Жыл бұрын
@The Stone Canoe r 8 ettee
Matthew Henderson
Matthew Henderson Жыл бұрын
Does this book hate on Nazis?
Antony Chigurh
Antony Chigurh 7 ай бұрын
I think most of the views came from people falling asleep to youtube, myself included…I’m not complaining though.
Timeparticle 4 күн бұрын
Great job on writing, research, thoughtful presentation, summary and narration.
Kevin Gil
Kevin Gil 6 ай бұрын
After getting this recommended by youtube for like thr 5th time I finally listened to it. It's very good, was certainly very thought provoking, in helping me get a glimpse to the temptations that led to this great tragedy. Also to better understand Nietzsche.
1 w
1 w 5 ай бұрын
I've been getting recommended videos about "Nietzsche", but didn't know what it was. Now that i know it's a person, i want to hear what he/they have to say! I've never heard of him, let alone search him, or look him up. But i'm willing to it. Lol
exquisitedoom Lapointe
exquisitedoom Lapointe Жыл бұрын
Didn't think i'd like this, but the way myths are dismantled here very early on really caught my attention. That's extremely persuasive to me and i knew immediately you had some nuanced take on this. Really gave me a lot of food for thought. Thank you!
Justin Mercer
Justin Mercer Жыл бұрын
Miki Meadows
Miki Meadows Жыл бұрын
Now listen to Jordan Peterson take on Nietzsche and socialism
Ree's Room
Ree's Room Жыл бұрын
He reinforces myths about black people. He lacks scholarship in this area.
Silent_Stalker Жыл бұрын
@Ree's Room how so?
angela olinger
angela olinger Жыл бұрын
Fantastic interpretation based on historical facts backed up by quotes. So deep and thought provoking that I ordered the book to read it for a deeper understanding.
Denner Keith Silva
Denner Keith Silva Жыл бұрын
Imo and then
Lucinda Lewis
Lucinda Lewis 9 ай бұрын
Yes Considered doing same. Will listen again. Not a presentation you can grasp if you doze off. Grateful to hear Hicks well structured and quoted perspective.
Conscious Music
Conscious Music Жыл бұрын
I found this by accident. This is one of the coolest things Ive ever listened to.
Talizmon Dakine
Talizmon Dakine Жыл бұрын
The meek like hearing how they almost didn't exhist
Ann Richter
Ann Richter Жыл бұрын
Absolutely fascintastic from start to end.
theshape76 Жыл бұрын
@Talizmon Dakine Yeah you definitely do.
Talizmon Dakine
Talizmon Dakine Жыл бұрын
@theshape76 lol good one...People have allways referred to me as Neechy... ...spell wasn't till I woke to this video....that I realized why
old iron sides
old iron sides Жыл бұрын
I found this audio book very informative. The fear of listening or learning about ideas you detest, is really the fear that you might see yourself in it.
Silent_Stalker Жыл бұрын
@Tor what’s NS?
Harry Jones
Harry Jones Жыл бұрын
​@Silent_Stalker it's funny i am not too sure i have this fear....or i guess i kind of do it's almost a fear or maybe more apt guilt about actually getting an element of pleasure from it...obviously the pleasure I am getting is from potentiallt learning about/considering/understanding the whole subject more (which should lead to a stronger antipathy for those ideas if that's a justified feeling) but nevertheless there would still be a guilt around it? Like i am even giving it the time of day... That's kind of bad really isn't it because say if we are talking about something that most of us can safely agree is fundamentally wrong or detestable iike Nazism or sexual abuse or something...and understanding it further i have no fear of liking it more...yet a greater collective understanding in theory could well lead to positive results in the present & future right- touching on your point, it's like potential action to defend against the fearful stuff you referenced coming to pass or being more prevalent? Does this make any sense or am i rambling i feel it sort of touches on the beginnings of quite a potentially significant issue- unless i am totally misrepresenting your thinking or that this feeling is just an idiosyncrasy of mine!😅
Will The Champion of buses 32
Will The Champion of buses 32 4 ай бұрын
Fantastic book with some surprising information. Well read.
simon evans
simon evans Жыл бұрын
A tremendous piece of work. The text and the delivery. Clear, dispassionate, intelligent. Allows the listener to understand the issues and encourages him to decide for himself the implications. Never once did I feel herded, nor sense an emotive or performative appeal. An absolutely exemplary piece of popular philosophy on a very important topic. Indeed with a war, at least partly ideological in origin, between liberal democracy and the collectivist spirit, once again raging in the old bloodlands of Europe, it could hardly be more urgent
Silent_Stalker Жыл бұрын
Mel Gibson I have made a reply, please comment if it is visible and KZbin hasn’t hidden it.
KatanamasterV Жыл бұрын
@Silent_Stalker Your reply is not visible
Mona Ross
Mona Ross Жыл бұрын
This book was a wonderful informative read ♥️
Eleanor Christiansen
Eleanor Christiansen Жыл бұрын
Absolutely brilliant. Very enlightening indeed.
✝️Reverend Dr. Thomas🌱
✝️Reverend Dr. Thomas🌱 11 ай бұрын
Brilliant and lacklustre are RELATIVE. ;)
Jammazzing Жыл бұрын
Wow!!!!! You are absolutely right! How can a country know what they stand for when it’s so divided. People need to wake up and come together. Thank you!!!
TheDarkoricle Жыл бұрын
@Toxin Brewer yes?
Andy Monaghan
Andy Monaghan 7 ай бұрын
Unless it would be best if that country or union divided. Americans divided from the British Empire, Poles divided from the Soviet Union, Slovaks divided from Czechs., Bangla Desh divided from Pakistan. Not all unity is good unity. History provides us copious examples of unions that have risen and fallen, peoples cannot be atrophied, change is the only constant.
Inevitable Schizophrenic Diaspora
Inevitable Schizophrenic Diaspora 5 ай бұрын
​@Andy Monaghanno, that's meaningless acceptance of absurdity. To be honest America and Britain should come together, because America is absolutely terrible and needs a monarchy to control it.
Andrew Pickering
Andrew Pickering Жыл бұрын
Say what we will, not only a thought provoking interpretation, and so beautifully produced. Thank you.
Silent_Stalker Жыл бұрын
@Aristophanes' Ghost … ?
Wolf Жыл бұрын
@Aristophanes' Ghost wtf chill with the k
Sang Tran
Sang Tran Жыл бұрын
@Silent_Stalker ee
JR Hunter
JR Hunter Жыл бұрын
@Wolf lolol
MHB Жыл бұрын
Excellent philosophical and moral interpretation of historical events.. quite a revelation for me..
Prestigious School for Girls 🍄
Prestigious School for Girls 🍄 Жыл бұрын
Amazing audiobook. Thank you.
Paul Davidson
Paul Davidson 2 жыл бұрын
Had just finished reading " The Birth of the Nazis " which has a lot of great detail, and your work fills in some of the gaps, and provides wonderful insights. Thanks for all that you do.
nik peterson
nik peterson 2 жыл бұрын
Does The birth of the Nazi talk about the Balfour Declaration, I feel like there is still something missing from history. The actions and timing of things don't explain the change in behavior over time?
Paul Davidson
Paul Davidson Жыл бұрын
@nik peterson I'm sorry, but no, this book doesn't even touch the Balfour Declaration. From my research there isn't any reputable connection between Hitler and the Arab community that called for the destruction of the Jewish community in Palestine. Netanyahu has propagated a false and inflammatory speech trying to make this connection much the same way tRump does. The book " THE BIRTH OF THE NAZIS " How the freikorps blazed a trail for Hitler, is written by Nigel Jones and published by ROBINSON in London. The book takes you from the creation of the " Storm Troopers ", during WW I, through their defeat and humiliation, and the different political ideological infighting that helped bring about the Freikorps, the SS and the beginning of Hitler's rise to power. This is the ground work that explains the psychology and actions of an empire that was laid to waste, leaving a citizenry feeling cheated out of greatness, and the retribution they would eventually exact on Europe.
nik peterson
nik peterson Жыл бұрын
@Paul Davidson Been researching WWII off and on and trying to find all the missing pieces, decleration seems to fit some actions of Britain before the war, the Jews started being moved to Palestine from Germany in the 40,s. Why not before? So much false info, just trying to fit the puzzle pieces.
Paul Davidson
Paul Davidson Жыл бұрын
@nik peterson hi Nik, I'd like to continue this conversation, but we have finally been allowed to have our son & his family visit for the first time in 1 1/2 years. They leave Tues. evening so I'll get back to you Wed. They arrived Fri. late. Sorry.
nik peterson
nik peterson Жыл бұрын
@Paul Davidson No problem, I'm on vacations myself. Enjoy your time together that's what's most important!
Menapho Жыл бұрын
Outstanding!! There’s so much to comment on that I can only. Be silent and fully take in all that was presented. Excellent narration! Now I need to purchase the book.
VivalaryMan Жыл бұрын
But you just listened to it, why do you need to purchase the book?
Menapho Жыл бұрын
@VivalaryMan that’s a joke right?
VivalaryMan Жыл бұрын
@Menapho No?.. I mean, you literally have it here for FREE BEING READ TO YOU but you want to BUY IT WITH MONEY AND READ IT YOURSELF? Take a second and think about that..
Menapho Жыл бұрын
@VivalaryMan I need much less than a second. As it requires no thought. If I need to explain the difference in experience of auditory vs text. It’s a waste of time.
VivalaryMan Жыл бұрын
@Menapho I remember when I heard the animal farm audiobook by Stephen Fry, I LOVED it! Infact I loved it so much I'd listen again, however, I wouldn't then think to spend money to have it in text which I then have to read myself and will take up space in my house. I keep my DSM in book form, my medical references etc but I just don't understand why you'd want both. I'm not trying to have a go at you by the way, you can do whatever you want, I'm just saying, your logic on this subject doesn't make sense to me and this is why. If you can't explain why it does make sense then that's on you. ✌🏻
Linda Lee
Linda Lee Жыл бұрын
Excellent book. Listening to it for the third time. Thank you so much for reading it to us. You have a great voice and steady cadence (not sing-song like so many others).
The Sleezer
The Sleezer Жыл бұрын
I agree its a phenomenal book
Emotional Leadership for TRUTH
Emotional Leadership for TRUTH Жыл бұрын
I agree with your statement!! Reading to us, his brilliant book, such a gift. Articulate, perfect timing, accuracy! "No sing song." I will purchase it and listen again too! Well stated.🎁
Ann Richter
Ann Richter Жыл бұрын
Me too, third time!
Unicorns13 Жыл бұрын
@Emotional Leadership for TRUTH w
Logan Strait
Logan Strait 9 ай бұрын
Yes wouldn't it be fantastic if everyone could be wealthy... it is almost as though the bedrock of morality is in recognizing the noble character in /each other/ and not only in our small selves, Neitzche.
Banter Man
Banter Man Жыл бұрын
One of the best books that should be a mandatory reading quite frankly. I borrowed a copy from the library once but was unable to finish reading it. Glad to have found this. If you wish to troll any philosophy or Nietzsche fanbois, just comment with a half-complete statement or half-truths & watch the philosophy mob come out of the woods to berate you. 😁 Kudos to the channel for posting!
Banter Man
Banter Man Жыл бұрын
@Silent_Stalker I did not say in the past what you claim I said. Post a link to that comment if you're really truthful or merely seeking an argument with a stranger in the internet. Anyways, the German Nazis in the 1930-40s were adhering to some form of economic socialism. Nationalism does not imply "racism", it just emphasizes priority in advancing advantageous policies & action within their borders. A person can be racist and not be a nationalist at the same time. What then were the German Reich Nazis then? The answer is in what they practice & propagate, not their claimed ideals or values. It is moot to describe all the details about them in the comment section when you can easily find them all yourself around the internet. There is something disturbing with Nietzsche'a assertion that the powerful nobles are to be emulated, when he fails to address as to how these "nobles" came to power in the first place. "Might makes right, earned authority via violence" is often the case in antiquity and their roles legitimized by a religion's clerics via claim of "anointed by divine right." His assertion that morals is based off religions is out of date. Advancements in the sciences, especially in anthropology & human psychology have shown that the concept of morality grew out of the will for reciprocity & self-preservation. Even altruism is rooted in self-preservation & maintaining group cohesion. In other words, *at the core is individual self-interest.* The problem with the modern world is that society replaced dead god(s) with personality cults of media stars, politicians, monarchs/nobles, religious leaders, teachers and even philosophers. Nietzsche superfans are just simply part of the modern societal sheep fold, not realizing that who they idolize are also a sheep during their own time period, just like their uberfans are today.
Banter Man
Banter Man Жыл бұрын
@Silent_Stalker There are many things in his flowery writings that does not match to what he actually practices in real life & publicly propagates. A lot of those ideas are impractical in reality & just plain idealism. The dissonance of what he wants to believe & what he actually believes, drove him to madness. Even before his mental decline, he despised Jews and held antisemitic beliefs, just like his friends & contemporaries of his time. He even stated "Arguing is for the weak... the powerful act in might..." and yet he wrote books & essays _arguing_ for what he thinks is true. By his logic, he himself is weak powerless hypocrite. So why even venerate this person? Public morality has never been the source of authority, that's why Nietzsche is wrong. Life in itself is not meaningless because the individual possessor of their own life _provides meaning_ to their own life; that's why Nietzsche is also wrong. The idolization of philosophers are just plain foolish.
Yuma Жыл бұрын
The one and only audiobook I can finish listening to in one go.
Shahab Studio
Shahab Studio Жыл бұрын
Excellent study on the subject. Very logical and great observations based on facts and very well explained
Logan Ross
Logan Ross Жыл бұрын
When you find out about Nietzsche’s personal life and vices, it makes a lot more sense why he positioned himself and argued the way he did. The older I get the more sure this approach to understanding becomes. Over and over.
Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez
Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez Жыл бұрын
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Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez
Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez Жыл бұрын
Ñoññllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllop i skrobanie, że taka jest twoja praca, jest bardzo gorąca lub bardzo dobra, że ​​frakcji i komórki i możesz mnie rozdzielić. de la casa de mi m2dddd d damá y mi mamá y mi mamás deq y
Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez
Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez Жыл бұрын
Ñoññllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllop i skrobanie, że taka jest twoja praca, jest bardzo gorąca lub bardzo dobra, że ​​frakcji i komórki i możesz mnie rozdzielić. de la casa de mi m2dddd d damá y mi mamá y mi mamás deq y
Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez
Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez Жыл бұрын
Ñoññllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllop i skrobanie, że taka jest twoja praca, jest bardzo gorąca lub bardzo dobra, że ​​frakcji i komórki i możesz mnie rozdzielić. de la casa de mi m2dddd d damá y mi mamá y mi mamás deq y
Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez
Víctor Saúl Botello Marquez Жыл бұрын
Ñoññllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllop i skrobanie, że taka jest twoja praca, jest bardzo gorąca lub bardzo dobra, że ​​frakcji i komórki i możesz mnie rozdzielić. de la casa de mi m2dddd d damá y mi mamá y mi mamás deq y
The Not Chosen
The Not Chosen Жыл бұрын
As a moderately educated man I find a lot of info goes over my head ,I am so happy that the author has wrote this book with people like me in mind ,This is an amazing book
Rick Gee
Rick Gee Жыл бұрын
@Silent_Stalker Thank you for your comment. I have only listened to the first 21 minutes of this so I have not gotten into the main thesis but having read Thus Spoke Zarathustra very carefully I could not come up with any justification at all for linking National Socialism with Friedrich Nietzsche. I have heard of the explanation you mention above and it sounds reasonable. I think National Socialism was a reaction to the very real threat of communism and the less immediate threat of soulless capitalism. Leftist even to this day do not want to admit the former and capitalist don't want to admit the latter.
Intarsienschrank Zwetschgenholz
Intarsienschrank Zwetschgenholz Ай бұрын
I'm german and I used to prank left-leaning friends of mine (sadly all the friendships ended during the last three years) by reading Feder's manifesto to them not telling them what political movement was based on it. They all fell for it although they swore they would not be part of the movement should the times come again. I told them that only in a star-wars-movie will they find a guy claiming to be on the dark side. It is crucial to see the real life outcome of an ideology. Even the ideology I adhere to myself.
Den Maskerade Daskaren
Den Maskerade Daskaren Жыл бұрын
Such a good narrator. Perfect to listen to while going to sleep. 🙌
alex carter
alex carter Жыл бұрын
Except for the fucking ads. Leaving my downvote and outta here.
Rohan Saini
Rohan Saini Жыл бұрын
@alex carter I mean it’s a book. You have to earn that money
Techpriest Alex
Techpriest Alex Жыл бұрын
@alex carter adblocker
maximusextreme Жыл бұрын
@alex carter Get an Android and download the ad free KZbin app. You'll thank me later.
Ted Kaczynski
Ted Kaczynski 5 ай бұрын
@alex carter sorry I don't speak broke
Michael Deangelo
Michael Deangelo 13 күн бұрын
Excellent book, and read... Thank you!
Botir Ibragimov
Botir Ibragimov Жыл бұрын
When I finished listening one audiobook, KZbin automatically started to play it. And I was blown away, all the things we discussed in philosophy classes in university with my professors about all this !. And now it was in 3 hours !, 👏🏻!. Wow 8 years ago uploaded but I searched all about it never to find !. Now it’s in recommending 😂
Jose Caldeira
Jose Caldeira Жыл бұрын
Could it be attributed to improvements in algorithmic programming in IT?
myowngenesis Жыл бұрын
@Ivan Bojikov Mussolini happened and it must be the rule yeah?
Freethinkerer D
Freethinkerer D Жыл бұрын
@Ivan Bojikov The book reminded more of Trump than anything. Oddly a lot of socialists Nazi types love Trump. I think it is everything this book spoke about, other than the socialism part. Did you notice how this book did not really delve into socialism much?
VK RGFAN Жыл бұрын
Just because the lecture created 8 years ago, doesn’t mean it was available on KZbin or free.
Chris Rosenkreuz
Chris Rosenkreuz Жыл бұрын
great work, thank you for creating as well as reading it!
✝️Reverend Dr. Thomas🌱
✝️Reverend Dr. Thomas🌱 11 ай бұрын
Great and lowly are RELATIVE. ;)
Chris Rosenkreuz
Chris Rosenkreuz 11 ай бұрын
@✝️Reverend Dr. Thomas🌱 to whom?
✝️Reverend Dr. Thomas🌱
✝️Reverend Dr. Thomas🌱 11 ай бұрын
@Chris Rosenkreuz to EVERYONE? 🙄
Chris Rosenkreuz
Chris Rosenkreuz 11 ай бұрын
@✝️Reverend Dr. Thomas🌱 I feel sorry for you
Jamie R
Jamie R Жыл бұрын
Great job, Mr. Hicks! Important work. Thank you for making this available.
Nelson Smith
Nelson Smith 7 ай бұрын
Critics of Nietzsche often try to underplay the truth in many of his ideas, focusing less on what he actually said, but rather how different groups have interpreted what he said.
Shannon Жыл бұрын
It seems many have found this in their recommendations during these trying times. This book terrifies me, yet comforts me at the same time because at least I feel I have more knowledge, therefore a tool to understand what’s happening today.
Beetlejuice699 Жыл бұрын
Repeating the past as we speak, too bad we're the minority, people who search for knowledge and can think critically
finton mainz
finton mainz Жыл бұрын
What's "happening today"?
Nitsua Nomrah
Nitsua Nomrah Жыл бұрын
@finton mainz take a guess
RedDevilJohnson Жыл бұрын
@Nitsua Nomrah no, come on, tell us.
Nitsua Nomrah
Nitsua Nomrah Жыл бұрын
@RedDevilJohnson what do you live under a rock
Pain Peace
Pain Peace Жыл бұрын
What a book! Its like many Manga are inspired by Nietzsche and other philosophers...
Am Жыл бұрын
lol so funny
TheNemesis442 7 ай бұрын
almost all of pop culture is in some shape or form. Nietzsche is an existentialist philosopher and a popular existentialist movie you may have heard of is Fight Club.
Pain Peace
Pain Peace 7 ай бұрын
@TheNemesis442 yeah, figh club is made from Nietzsche's philosophy.
joeybeann 4 ай бұрын
Nietzche would have been team Rei.
cplante225cp Жыл бұрын
Great job Mr. Hicks. It is nice to hear the author read their own creation.
Adrian Abraham
Adrian Abraham Жыл бұрын
Essential to my education thank you for everything 🙏 needed this video here exactly as it is presented!
Chandler Brix
Chandler Brix Жыл бұрын
Nietzsche was always one of my favorite philosophers and it's quite funny that this autoplayed after I fell asleep and I began dreaming of Romans and Nazis, all while somehow being in the late 1800's. It made more sense when I woke up and figured out this was playing in the backgrond.
tracy jones
tracy jones Жыл бұрын
Same this auto played for me and I actually woke up listening, now listening awake!
Debra Lee
Debra Lee Жыл бұрын
gary clements
gary clements Жыл бұрын
Same thing here, i fell asleep and dreamed it was a teacher speaking while i was doing other things and he stopped and said , is this doing any good i feel noone is listening, and i said, i think i can pass a multiple question test but may not pass a comprehensive written one, lol
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ch3vx xv3hc Жыл бұрын
Same :D
Cathryn Elaine
Cathryn Elaine Жыл бұрын
Happens to me ALL THE TIME, as I’ve been listening to the most interesting audio books almost every night for over a year. Aliens, secret societies, multi-verse, Atlantis, etc. My dreams have been a melting-pot of weirdness. 😂
DIS2DEEP 21 күн бұрын
absolutely amazing read
David Fairbrother
David Fairbrother Жыл бұрын
Very good- full of common sense..A very interesting & thought provoking work.
Steven Lonien
Steven Lonien Жыл бұрын
Opinion does not count k
Steven Lonien
Steven Lonien Жыл бұрын
Einstine relativity is absolute Truth 1 god not any mans opinions.
Alice Hargest
Alice Hargest Жыл бұрын
Amazing! Can't believe I came across this by accident
What Willis Was Talking About
What Willis Was Talking About Жыл бұрын
This is fantastic. I’ve returned to listen to it many times. Nietzsche has become, in my opinion, extremely relevant in the last year or two. Thank you.
Mr Halos
Mr Halos Жыл бұрын
You are so correct. It’s F’ing scary.
Stacy Large
Stacy Large Жыл бұрын
Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider Жыл бұрын
Agreed. And afraid it's not going to improve...
What Willis Was Talking About
What Willis Was Talking About Жыл бұрын
@Ghost Rider time to be a lion, my friend
The Sleezer
The Sleezer Жыл бұрын
History always repeats itself…
Debra Lee
Debra Lee Жыл бұрын
Excellent book and insight!
Diatonic Delirium
Diatonic Delirium Жыл бұрын
Thank you for generously sharing your book.
Cavender Mary
Cavender Mary 4 ай бұрын
Intriguing, deep and interesting! Not a boring moment. Keeps one on the edge of your chair!!!
AaNnIsHiAa SeEs
AaNnIsHiAa SeEs Жыл бұрын
Yes! We only support what is natural to our own perspective. That is why it is important to be mindful and equitable in everything we do regardless of anything else. Im happy you posted. ❣️
Tyler Scofield
Tyler Scofield Жыл бұрын
Equitable why would anyone want that? Why would anyone want to be given anything? Equitable not Equally, why?
AaNnIsHiAa SeEs
AaNnIsHiAa SeEs Жыл бұрын
@Tyler Scofield The thesaurus states that inequitable is the antonym for equal. Semantics. 🤷🏾‍♀️
Amy Alvarado
Amy Alvarado Жыл бұрын
@AaNnIsHiAa SeEs Not semantics. Equality is giving everyone an equal opportunity to achieve. Equity says everyone must have to same outcome. That's a world of difference.
Mohammed Isaa
Mohammed Isaa Ай бұрын
Stop using posh words, im getting a headache going round lol..... sorry im thick, but hey ho, life goes on 🙂
YOUTUBE Is Great Жыл бұрын
Philosophy is KEY to truly understanding history and the context of history
Dmeytrius Sotelo
Dmeytrius Sotelo 4 ай бұрын
I plan on becoming a history teacher and honestly philosophy of a government is probably the best way to know why they did something or what they might do, what other governments shared the same beliefs. I can't wait to make people wonder about everything happening around them
Malus Mantis
Malus Mantis 4 ай бұрын
History is nothing but thoughts that keep popping up at the most inappropriate times..
Utku 2 жыл бұрын
Great work, narration from the author himself is also great, really appreciated, thank you.
Don Conry
Don Conry 2 жыл бұрын
Axle Man
Axle Man 2 жыл бұрын
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Axle Man
Axle Man 2 жыл бұрын
@Rud colas k oI joked keep k I I’m j Okies. K in. No ok in.
Timothy Knoles
Timothy Knoles Жыл бұрын
I'm not much for philosophy but this was very interesting. I truly enjoyed it.
Mark Fisher
Mark Fisher Жыл бұрын
You should give philosophy a try. It is merely a discussion on how to live.
Scott Walker
Scott Walker 2 ай бұрын
I would argue that it is much more than that. Life has to have a purpose. Philosophy attempts to define it.
Scott Walker
Scott Walker 2 ай бұрын
More or less why to live.
Scott Walker
Scott Walker 2 ай бұрын
And I strongly recommend it.
james egidio de franco
james egidio de franco 10 ай бұрын
grazie mille to the clearly spoken is a pleasure to hear his voice as to what he reads.....bravissimo.
Stuart Hicks
Stuart Hicks Жыл бұрын
Great read Dr. Hicks!
ulicadluga Жыл бұрын
Such enlightening reading (listening). At 2:45:00, I realised that we have, as a society still not learnt.
Neon White
Neon White Жыл бұрын
More like, those that believe this have been proven wrong.
ulicadluga Жыл бұрын
@Neon White True. But, our present systems may be proven wrong in the future. Just think of "Brexit"!
Neon White
Neon White Жыл бұрын
@ulicadluga I wouldnt say 'wrong', perhaps sub-optimal... We are a species in transition, from communal beasts such as chimpanzees, into eusocial organisms such as ants and bees. This will require a lot of experimentation; a lot of prototypes of civilization, but I feel like we'll get there soon if we can manage to keep ourselves from going back to the stone age...
Neon White
Neon White Жыл бұрын
That's why we will never get rid of war, nor should we want to; it's the only way to determine which system is better.
Devyani Patil
Devyani Patil Жыл бұрын
Perhaps we never will
Limantina Sihaloho
Limantina Sihaloho 6 ай бұрын
OMG! I was listening to Wyne Dyer and ended up drifting away...and, here I am with NIETZSCHE? I happened to hear this and that and thinking the topic was still related with meditation...but here I am. OMG! Wow! Looks like this a great work by a great writer!
Fejst Fant
Fejst Fant 2 жыл бұрын
Stephen thanks for this book I listened to it and I also bought my own hard copy for the reference in studies that I had. Excellent views and comparative analysis. Would be nice to get similar work on the communism and its (ab)use of the ethical theories to justify its existence. I am staying tuned to your work :) .....
Shotake Жыл бұрын
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Shotake Жыл бұрын
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Shotake Жыл бұрын
Simi Gonzalez
Simi Gonzalez Жыл бұрын
Such an eye the ending summary.
Maddy Sharma
Maddy Sharma 10 ай бұрын
james ewanchook
james ewanchook Жыл бұрын
fantastic. The author/narrator makes it easy to stay the course.
Let’s Get Healthy
Let’s Get Healthy 9 ай бұрын
Excellent work; God bless you
Cynthia Marte
Cynthia Marte 10 ай бұрын
Woke up to this randomly once, now I'm randomly listening to it again, very interesting book.
Nuala Rodgers Conway
Nuala Rodgers Conway 4 ай бұрын
Thank you. I could not stop listening.
ScarletEdge Жыл бұрын
That was an awesome lecture.
PROPHET Жыл бұрын
It's an audio book I think
MaxiLaChe Жыл бұрын
This book is amazing 💖 why are we on the road to repeating these atrocities?!
Adam Жыл бұрын
mightytaiger Жыл бұрын
WV MOM Жыл бұрын
@Adam wrong.
Jenna Wildah
Jenna Wildah Жыл бұрын
@WV MOM Admirable of you to admit it. Introspection is a very healthy, beneficial act. Take care:) God bless
wan hawkins
wan hawkins Жыл бұрын
Captivating and very interesting I didn't miss a word. Brain snacks. Love it.
Janet Hopper
Janet Hopper Жыл бұрын
beautiful reading. I feel smarter just for listening.
Let’s Get Healthy
Let’s Get Healthy 5 ай бұрын
Great hicks does great work God bless him
Pop Goes Theology
Pop Goes Theology 10 ай бұрын
Especially instructive for me, were 2:11:14 We know that Adolf Hitler, Joseph Gobles and most of the key intellectuals of National Socialism were admirers of Nietzsche's philosophy. They read him avidly during their formative years, recommended him to their peers and incorporated themes and sayings from Nietzsche into their own writings, speeches and policies. 2:12:21 Nietzsche often called longingly for, "some pack of blonde beasts of prey, a conqueror and master race which organized for war and with the ability to organize, unhesitatingly lays its terrible claws upon a populace." And he spoke of "the deep and icy mistrust the German still arouses today whenever he gets into a position of power is an echo of that inextinguishable horror with which Europe observed for centuries that raging of the blonde Germanic beast." And, again, inspirationally, about what one finds, "at the bottom of all these noble races, the beast of prey, the splendid blonde beast, prowling about avidly in search of spoil and victory. This hidden core needs to erupt from time to time. The animal has to get out and go back to the wilderness. It is clear what the Nazis made of these regular mentions of the beast - an endorsement by Nietzsche of the racial superiority of the German Arian type. That interpretation clearly takes Nietzsche's words out of context. In context, the blonde beast that Nietzsche refers to is the lion, the great feline predator with the shaggy blonde mane and the terrific roar. Nietzsche does believe that the Germans once, a long time ago, manifested the spirit of the lion but they were not unique in that regard. The spirit and power of the lion have been manifested by peoples of many races. Nietzsche clearly is using the lion analogically and comparing its predatory power to the predatory power that humans of many different racial types have manifested. Nietzsche here lists six different racial and ethnic groups and the Germans are not special in that list. So, while Nietzsche does endorse a strongly biological basis for cultures, he does not endorse racism of the sort that says that any one race is biologically necessarily superior to any other. The Nazis thought of the Germanic racial type as superior to all others the world over. On the point of contemporary Germans: the world's hope or contemptible. While the Nazis put the German Arian racial type first, Nietzsche is almost never complementary about his fellow Germans. In Nietzsche's view, Germany has slipped into flabbiness and whininess. Germany once was something to be awed and feared, but Germany in the 19th century has become a nation of religious revivalism socialism and movement towards democracy and equality. Whatever special endowments the Germans once possessed, they have lost. Nietzsche believes that Germans of his day should feel ashamed by comparison at the same time German intellectual and cultural life is prominent the world over and Nietzsche deplores that fact contemporary Germany is a center of softness and slow decay. So, Nietzsche believes that Germany's weaknesses are infecting the rest of the world. As he puts it in The Will to Power, "Arian influence has corrupted all the world." So, rather than celebrating contemporary Germany and its power as the Nazis would do, Nietzsche is disgusted by contemporary Germany. 2:29:56 Nietzsche believes that most individuals have no right to exist and he asserts that if they were sacrificed or slaughtered that would be an improvement. "Mankind, in the mass, sacrificed to the prosperity of a single stronger species of man, that would be an advance." And, again, "One must learn from war. One must learn to sacrifice many and to take one's cause seriously enough not to spare men." 2:33:34 Hitler's firm belief was that powerful historical forces singled out some special individuals to perform special tasks and that destiny spoke through those special individuals, "I carry out the commands that Providence has laid upon me," and "no power on earth can shake the German Reich now. Divine Providence has willed it that I carry through the fulfillment of the Germanic task." In invoking divine providence Hitler is drawing upon a long philosophical tradition that goes back most famously to the German philosopher Hegel. 2:43:22 2:45:30 The national socialists had an eagerness to use war as their primary tool for achieving their international goals. We know their praising as fundamental, the martial spirit and the beauty of the warrior soul. We know of their total recasting of education of children to achieve as Hitler wanted "a brutal domineering fearless cruel youth, that youth must be all, that it must bear pain. There must be nothing weak and gentle about it. The free splendid beast of prey must once again flash from its eyes." The beast of prey phrase is again rhetoric inspired directly by Nietzsche. On the importance and nobility of war, Nietzsche and the Nazis were in almost complete agreement. Nietzsche praised war and urged its coming. He wished for a great purge that would wipe out most humans whose lives he thought worthless and an embarrassment to the human species, "All too many live and all too long they hang upon their branches. Would that a storm come to shake all this worm eaten rot from the tree." But he also longed for war as a means to inspire those humans who have potential to advance us to the Overman. To that end, Nietzsche believed that war is absolutely indispensable, "War essential. It is vain rhapsodizing and sentimentality to continue to expect a very great deal for mankind once it has learned not to wage war. For the time being, we know of no other means to imbue exhausted people as strongly and as surely as every great war does with that raw energy of the battleground, that deep impersonal hatred, that murderous cold-bloodedness with a good conscience, that communal organized ardor and destroying the enemy, that proud indifference to great losses to one's own existence and to that of one's friends, that muted earthquake-like convulsion of the soul."
Joey Jojo Shabadoo
Joey Jojo Shabadoo 6 ай бұрын
This is a great commentary. Well said.
Thomas Post
Thomas Post Жыл бұрын
I love Stephen Hicks voice. Very pleased he read his own book.
Panzer Garden
Panzer Garden Жыл бұрын
I once went to my local library and asked for the book beyond good and evil.the woman explained that the last person to take it out hadn't returned it.
Chad Call
Chad Call Жыл бұрын
Might mean that's a book you should definitely purchase and read ;)
Tim Wyckoff
Tim Wyckoff Жыл бұрын
Evil destroys itself
YJ Жыл бұрын
There are better books
Esteban Gómez
Esteban Gómez Жыл бұрын
What a great book. Dr. Hicks, hats off sir.
CubZeez 3 ай бұрын
It's an awful book filled with pseudohistory, historical inaccuracies, and blatant bs.
WEGA PAUL 9 ай бұрын
Not sure if Operation Paperclip is mentioned in this book, but for those who don’t know about it…it explains why things are the way they are in North America right now
Doctor Cofrin
Doctor Cofrin Ай бұрын
YEPPPPPP ❤ me too!!! Awakened and this was on!!!Oh my goodness !!! Here’s where A Brave New World by Alduous Huxley comes on! How prophetic and Jung def says this is not coincidental. We were meant to hear this. Poor Nietzsche. Can ya imagine him now!!!
Zips the Space Bandit
Zips the Space Bandit Жыл бұрын
A moment of silence for everyone who woke up 20, 50, 100 minutes into this video and were not only confused but somewhat worried about what they were sleep studying.
Jamie King
Jamie King Жыл бұрын
Who else is here 7 years on realising that we are seeing very similar events occurring in today's Western world.
Native Europe
Native Europe Жыл бұрын
Maybe its just a continuation of what we have always seen. Maybe you can kill and imprison your leaders but the people that really control what is going on who operate above them out of sight to the average person are free to carry on just repeating what they always do.
Jamie King
Jamie King Жыл бұрын
Righteous Agitator it must be such a joy to be as pleasant as you are, its a nice feeling inside for you to just be a troll online? I actually never said I knew anything of suffering. I've had my own anecdotal experiences of life and quite honestly I could say it could have been worse. My comment also wasn't anything to do with suffering. It was simply an observation of the current political climate globally. If you are too close minded to observe the similarities playing out around the world that isn't my fault. Have a good day sir.
Matthew Herring
Matthew Herring Жыл бұрын
Righteous Agitator r/murderedbywords
John Baxter
John Baxter Жыл бұрын
Yes national socialism is on the increase again. Socialism is piss up politics. Truly believe the whole world was psychotic from decades of boozing in both wars If they were psychotic then, then brain damaged from war shock where are they at now? I suggest the whole world is in mental health crisis Suicidal even. Socialism is booze politics, pub politics, all about party party party.
ElroxVGC 11 ай бұрын
I have nothing else to say but, incredible.
cherisun1 Жыл бұрын
3 hours well spent ..thank you sir 👏👏👏👏
Tom John
Tom John Жыл бұрын
History repeats, when the lessons of the past are forgotten, or not fully understood, ignorance is the tool of those who want history to repeat, however different, thank you !
ngothoeliab eliab
ngothoeliab eliab Жыл бұрын
The best random book I have ever read. Thanks Dr Hicks👏👏
B9Tuber 5 ай бұрын
There is no way that a student of history wrote this
Thanks for sharing this very lucid and docunentated book. Listening to this, I really made this couple of days worthy of spending.
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𝕽𝖎𝖈ƙ 𝕮𝖑𝖊𝖑𝖆𝖓𝖉 Жыл бұрын
SuperLogicBoy Жыл бұрын
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SuperLogicBoy Жыл бұрын
Elsie Bello
Elsie Bello Жыл бұрын
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Jill Hardy
Jill Hardy Жыл бұрын
Very interesting information 🙏 Thank you for sharing ❤☘
Arthur Жыл бұрын
Good job. Great book.
mary brison
mary brison Жыл бұрын
Who's here because this keeps playing while you're sleeping, and decided to stay to see what the universe is trying to teach you?
OsO June
OsO June 8 ай бұрын
Just woke up to this playing on my phone
stunnedmullet blah
stunnedmullet blah 8 ай бұрын
That's exactly what happened a few seconds ago
GoEther 7 ай бұрын
Same here
Joanr Жыл бұрын
Came upon this by chance and am finding it instructive. Clear. Measured delivery. Deserving of attention, reflection, further readings. Excellent narration by the author. Thank you.
Javier Ramirez
Javier Ramirez Жыл бұрын
La Gente de El 🥲🥲😅🤣🤣🤣😂😂🤣
Alexa Rivera
Alexa Rivera Жыл бұрын
THE -VÉER Жыл бұрын
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Alyssa Victoria
Alyssa Victoria Жыл бұрын
Good delivery but inaccurate info.
Frostacious 10 ай бұрын
How did I go to bed listening to the US constitution intro waking up to this book at 2am and it was starting to dictate my dream about how slaves should act. I was having a movie play out.
Lila Silk
Lila Silk Жыл бұрын
In the beginning I didn't think I was going to enjoy this book as much as I did. It was engaging and interesting, with lots to contemplate and/or think about, sections 24 and 25 especially, because of the universal values. Beautifully narrated. I remember your talk about post-modernism in Melbourne, Australia in 2020, where I got to experience first hand your calmness, which is very unique to you and admirable. Great work and thank you for sharing it with us.
Charles Spires
Charles Spires Жыл бұрын
See it's like this,when he starts talking about " whatquality " ultimately " prevails I bet a lot of you out there had to go hhhmm...let's call madame blovotzgy????
Theresa Heyer
Theresa Heyer Жыл бұрын
@Charles Spires Blavatsky?
kevin nelson
kevin nelson Жыл бұрын
WJFK Жыл бұрын
I just ordered this book on amazon, it sounds like a good reference book to have on hand.
Glen Birbeck
Glen Birbeck Жыл бұрын
Thank you, excellent treatment and reading. Anytime I learn more or add depth in my knowledge, as I have here, I'm grateful. Yes, this is something current, these ideas, are not only historical. Remember, when the Nazis march again they will have another name, another language, different uniforms - so recognize them by their ideas and beliefs. Good luck.
Optik Nurv
Optik Nurv Жыл бұрын
Unfortunately, I believe we may live to see that day.
Hanskung 6 ай бұрын
Damn! I've listened to over a third of this and still no mention of Nietzsche.....good thing this is free.
Dáithi O'Cinnsealach
Dáithi O'Cinnsealach 5 ай бұрын
You're right. I'm nearly half way through and it's just a run down of the way the Nazi machine operated. I expected 80% philosophy and 20% history one, not the other way around.
Hanskung 5 ай бұрын
@Dáithi O'Cinnsealach I guess that's why it's free.
Heather Maree
Heather Maree 5 ай бұрын
Starts at about 1 hour 28.
Hanskung 5 ай бұрын
@Heather Maree Sorry, can't stay awake that long
Ted Kaczynski
Ted Kaczynski 5 ай бұрын
@Hanskung not the authors fault that you cannot engage with the media
Over On The Wild Side
Over On The Wild Side Жыл бұрын
I was glued to that throughout. Excellent, thank you.
David Norbert Garza
David Norbert Garza Жыл бұрын
😳OMGOSH! My second time waking up to this!🤯 Now I'm curious of what I was exposed to subconsciously
Jay Bee
Jay Bee 11 ай бұрын
Ryan Snyder
Ryan Snyder 2 жыл бұрын
Well done , looking forward to more of your books
Snoozy Q
Snoozy Q Жыл бұрын
@Jason Price yes they do realise. As do the other commenters I've seen. That's why we all find it so interesting. Well done... 🙄
Steven Hair
Steven Hair Жыл бұрын
@Jason Price you’re so nihilistic.
Wild-hour the GameCat
Wild-hour the GameCat Жыл бұрын
Thank you Mr Hicks, wisdom of this nature is desperately needed so as we avoid future generations suffering, history is repeating, not just "rhyming".
KatanamasterV Жыл бұрын
I tend to share your overall view but I'm interested in some of your details. Can you expand on what you meant by history is repeating not just rhyming?
KatanamasterV Жыл бұрын
@Wild-hour the GameCat I concur Conspiracy, accident, or at what split if both?
rickshawwheelchair Жыл бұрын
Those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it
S1bVideos Жыл бұрын
I was just watching archers best moments and I fell asleep. Woke up to this and somehow I know exactly how WW2 started
123mneil 11 ай бұрын
At the end Hick lays out the 5 anti-nazi antidotes. Maybe it goes without saying, but I can't help but feel like there is a balance in all these ideas. Jonathan Haidts work comes to mind. We can't see where our ideas have gone wrong until someone from the outside can clearly see the errors. Which is why we need each other and why we need to disagree I think. I think about parenting for example. I don't want to neglect my kids, but if I am so concerned about anti-neglecting them I may over-protect them, which can end badly as well. Just a thought I had from the conclusion there.
Patrik Banek
Patrik Banek Жыл бұрын
This is very eyeopening thank you for uploading!
coreycox2345 5 жыл бұрын
This is excellent. I have not heard a more methodical discussion of "why Nazis?" Thanks for posting.
TransRoofKorean 2 жыл бұрын
Yeah. I'm a little disappointed/annoyed this is the first thing KZbin decides to auto-play once Thus Spoke Zarathustra is finished (instead of, say, another Nietzsche book -- what someone at a cursory glance might take from the title is that, well, Nietzsche actually had something to do with Nazism), but this is a good book nonetheless.
coreycox2345 2 жыл бұрын
@TransRoofKorean Not exactly. The Nazis used and interpreted his work with the help of Nietzsche's sister.
TransRoofKorean 2 жыл бұрын
@coreycox2345 I'm well-aware, extremely so even... not sure what you're "not exactly"ing, we seem pretty well in agreement here
coreycox2345 2 жыл бұрын
@TransRoofKorean I see your point on "why this instead of his other work."
Schrodinger's GAT
Schrodinger's GAT 7 ай бұрын
Whatever one may feel regarding this topic; can we all just agree on something? "Neitzsche and The Nazis" Is an AWESOME name for a punk band.
Sarah Allen Humboldt
Sarah Allen Humboldt Жыл бұрын
Thank you for uploading this!
Iron Aston
Iron Aston 10 ай бұрын
Listening to this while playing Breath of the Wild. Time flies and I learn here and there.
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