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Posted by gidget on 5/4/2006, 3:16 am
someone has suggested to me that Neitsche's concept of "wooden-iron" refers to a set of human qualities that are ideally suited to living in a free capitalist world. First of all where does this interesting metaphoric term come from? and my second question is "who" is Neitsche actually talking about when he uses this term?