Saturday, June 12, 2004

"Nietzsche taught that nice is the cardinal sin of Christianity. Founded on ressentiment of the mighty, the will to nice seeks an end around might by making deference into a virtue with its, “No, but I insist.” Nice, as Nietzsche’s controlling aunts taught him, is always a grab for power, a feint of weakness followed by a stab in the kidney."(myirony.com | The will to nice)


:: note :: . . . will try to find the Nietzsche reference . . . yet it rings true in practice . . . connection that stays on nice has proven a cowardly disguise . . .