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  • Love
  • Due to his aphoristic style it is particularly easy to misrepresent Neitzsche's position on anything, but it is possible his love of the heroic myths that do center on the will to power, versus the "slave" mythos of Christianity, makes the role of the will to power seem like a force of nature. (blogspot.com)
  • talk
  • At the end of this year's Nuclear Industry Forum, talk turned to the psychology of nuclear propaganda, including why - as Imperial University fellow Malcolm Grimston explains -calling it safe is not always a good thing. (power-technology.com)
  • During his talk "Brexit, Nexit and the psychology of communication" at this year's Nuclear Industry Forum in London on the 15th of May, Grimston argued that there are parallels to be drawn between the failed 2016 campaign to try keep Britain in the EU, and the industry's own efforts to remain a part of the energy mix. (power-technology.com)
  • Nature
  • The "natural" claim of the will to power-in the sense of "nature" rather than "nurture"-is the first that should be considered. (blogspot.com)
  • Certainly in one way or another, many uphold myths about human nature and the nature of political power that have their origin in treatises many hundreds of years old. (blogspot.com)
  • B causes A. Though, as with most mammals I'm aware of, there are clearly some innate power structures hard-wired, you might say, I've yet to see any clear proof that a pyramid model of power is innate to our nature. (blogspot.com)
  • natural
  • There is no absolutely solid, demonstrable proof that the inclination to power is a natural human instinct rather than a culturally re-enforced or selected one, or that power "always" corrupts. (blogspot.com)
  • long
  • Faced with criticism over the safety of nuclear power from charities, groups and individuals, the nuclear industry long ago embarked on a campaign to try and convince the public of its inherent safety. (power-technology.com)