Nietzsche’s life cycle and science (1)
In the Name of God
Subject of research: Nietzsche’s life cycle and science
With thanks to divine philosopher Ostad Seyyed Ali Mousavi for his pure philosophic, theosophical, and gnostic researches which drive us away from inactivity and move us along the path of perfection.
One of the aspects of teachings of eminent scientist, Ostad Seyyed Ali Mousavi, is addressing the life cycle of philosophers and scholars for familiarizing enthusiasts of philosophy and wisdom. However, the outstanding point is paying attention to the scientific views and expressing philosophers’ ideas in the framework of putting it in the realm of science and religion. He researches the theories of each philosopher and analyzes them in the intellectual and religious frame and probably with traces of gnosis, ethics, and social and up-to-date usage of those ideas.
Summary of the biography and scientific life of Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche is categorized and prepared in accordance with the appropriate subject which is derived from the booklet of holy Surah Hud, Al-'An ‘am, and Al-`Ankabūt which is the result of teachings of Ostad Mousavi.
Nietzsche was a German philosopher of the 19th century. He was born in 1844 in a religious family and died in 1900.
• Nietzsche and horror of men
Divine philosopher Ostad Seyyed Ali Mousavi has expressed one of the dominant features of Nietzsche’s life and analyzed his character during his childhood as bellow and says: He was born in a religious family. His father died because of falling from a high place and his mother took him away from his birth place to another place. He had a pessimistic view towards men because of lack of paternal kindness and other factors and he was waiting for a day when he would overcome this complex. In particular, at the beginning of his youth, each time he came across any man, he considered him as a nuisance because no man had caressed his head with kindness.
He passed his university courses and got his Sociology PhD degree and became a professor of the university at the age of twenty-four.
However, his childhood and youth complex reached a degree where he presented a theory as follows: “If determinism and suffering of the world is divided into ten, nine parts of it are related to men.” Ostad Mousavi says, “His opinion is the result of lack of paternal affection.”
In the next part, Ostad Mousavi mentions three critical periods of human training according to religion and principles of the Qur'an and says, “Every child who wants to grow perfectly should be under the illumination of a mother’s kindness during the first seven years of life, and during the second seven years of life should grow under father’s love, and during the third seven years of life should be supported by the community, teacher, and the system of life. In each period, if children face deficiency of affection, they will suffer from abnormality.
Thus, what tormented Nietzsche in his childhood and youth was his father’s death which caused him not to be able to rescue himself from that peril.
Ostad Mousavi says about the importance of a father’s role, “What is the hero of speech here is that a father should either not have child or if he has a child should act according to the duty of a father.”
Furthermore, Ostad says, “I think the dignity of a father is higher than that of worship.” This is my opinion as well. Do you know why? Because worship is related to a person only, but a father’s role is reflected in the society.”
If your worship is defective, you yourself are responsible; however, if parents do not attempt to spiritually purify their children and do not bring them up beautiful from within, they will ruin the society because all impurities of the society are caused by improper humans.
You should know that if a father tries to spiritually purify his children, the body of the society will remain healthy, if not he will spoil the society.
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