MASTERY: AN IDEOLOGICAL TREASURE OF THOUGHTS
Author(s):
A. Satya Phani Kumari, A. BHARGAV SAI KRISHNA
Keywords:
Genius, mysticism, philosophical ideas, consciousness, material things, myths, ignorance
Abstract
Philosophy is not new to this world. Many philosophers had lost their lives as people were unable to understand their thoughts and contemplative observations, treated them as iniquitous and objected their theories. Their wisdom, their genius deliberations and sometimes their eccentric thoughts made common people confused about their suppositions. People always think that they have normal wisdom and they don’t have any special knowledge or genius. But, at some point in our lives, we all have experienced glimpses of our own genius activity, usually, when we are facing a deadline. Typically, we live in a passive manner reacting to whatever life throws at us, but during these times we somehow feel that we can resolve actions and create the possibilities. This supremacy or intellect is neglected as an issue of triviality or ignored due to the myths that surround it. Very few philosophers can notice this special state of mind and consider it a boon given by God. But Robert Greene calls this state of mind as “mastery” and helps us in demystifying it. Even though we might have glimpses of this type of intelligence that rarely stays with us, it disappears into thin air whenever our deadline has been met. This paper elucidates the ideologiical base of this book Mastery which is laid out on the ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche. It also asserts the comprehensive idea of this book that there is no such thing as giftedness or inborn talents and that people acquire greatness and become “geniuses”.
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Unique Paper ID: 153546

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 7

Page(s): 503 - 507
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