Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and Alfred Adler, three giants of 20th century psychology, were all heavily influenced by Nietzsche’s psychological insights. 

Transcript of the video above found here.


The following are links to articles or information of this influential man:

Big Think

YouTube Book- American Nietzsche 

YouTube Nietzsche and the Will to Power

YouTube Nietzche on The Superman


It is interesting to note that Nietzsche was mentioned in an article in a Church talk as follows:

"Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900) advanced this theory, “Body am I, and soul—thus speaks the child. And why should one not speak like children?

“But the awakened and knowing say: body am I entirely and nothing else; and soul is only a word for something about the body.”8

Proponents of this modern philosophy often make the following claims: There is no God and so no spirit. Man is his body. Human beings are physically capable of evolving beyond their present state. Human beings are not composed of different parts—such as spirit, mind, or body—but are one unified whole with various dispositions."  

Click here to read the above article in full.

It is interesting for me to find this Church article 7 years later today in the year 2021 after a miracle experience in Kuantan on the disappearance of our Malaysian airline plane MH370. I had highlighted early in that journal about the Body Mind Spirit of life which actually was mentioned in my first online journal post of the year 2005 here. I had indeed been consistently writing journals for over 40 years, peaking at the COVID-19 era of the world where in 2021, I launched www.AbacusToCloud.com to contain all my journals!

My journals became part of my deep research into an understanding of Human Consciousness, especially of my own, and Friedrich Nietzsche is one of the interesting philosophers I had come across to be highlighted in this post today.

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