The Right to Fulfillment

We are propelled forward toward the pinnacle of our desires by drives for fulfillment and flourishing. Nietzsche cited the will to power as the primary mover of the human condition; our pinnacle of desire would be to attain the ability to exercise our will with impunity, to impose that will on the world. Nietzsche’s possesses validity, but is incomplete in its assessment of the human condition; this will to power observed so frequently in the world is part of a much larger objective possessed by, and expressed by, the human spirit. This objective, exercised by all humans to some degree or another, is the will to…

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Brooks Park

Mystical Hedonist; Drug Geek; Psychonaut. Prone to irreverent social commentary.