"Our most sacred convictions, those which are permanent in us concerning the highest values, are judgements emanating from our muscles." - Will to Power 314
@JimmyMarr Yes. Except that these are far from permanent.
@harrison_partch When I investigate and postulate about the level beneath the phenotypical structure of the muscles, I speculate about the structure of the DNA which creates and sustains them, and I transpose a congruent form of power that might be the same as what Dawkins called "The Selfish Gene", and which I think might be a restatement of Nietzsche's "The Will to Power" and which also lays a stronger claim to permanence, but alas also makes for a much less inspiring music video.
@JimmyMarr Watch the film "The Master"
@JimmyMarr @harrison_partch The comment @JimmyMarr makes concerning a "less than inspiring music video" is no doubt in regards to his starring role and first attempt at distilling these disparate lines of thought into a music video, which I have attached below. The much maligned video is often called Marr's "Billy Squier" moment. Note a "pondering" @NBForrest at the beginning:
@JimmyMarr nigger music