“The best example of this was his critique of Descartes' 'I think, therefore I am'. I think that Descartes' was suggesting that the 'I' was the agent that gave rise to the thinking. However, Nietzsche suggests that it was the thinking that gave rise to the 'I' and that the only way to grammatically express a thought was to state 'I think'.”
“It felt more like someone ranting and just saying whatever came to their mind at the time then real writing. “
With what little I have read, more like heard, about Nietzsche and what has been said about Nietzsche in the discussion of Beyond Good and Evil, I would say that Nietzsche was a Space-Cadet. Wayne Wrote;
I Think is not why I am, I Am because I think that I am more than a mere animal, that I am God Like, All Knowing, resulting in my being a Know-It-All; Everything coming to mind being the absolute truth, fact, Reality; I to include my world of Reality being born of my own Imagination; which I prefer over the Material, Physical World of Reality as experienced by the senses of the Flesh Body, My living in a Spiritual, the Immaterial Reality of My own Mind, Thought..
Know one thing;, living in your thoughts, Imagination, will cause the Mind to whirl, with the possibility of One becoming a Space-Cadet.
No doubt, being all knowing, who ever I am, I am an original product of my own mind, thoughts, Imagination: I am my own Creation, created in the Image of a God; I being All Knowing, a Know-It-All, I having a serious Ego Problem; I not existing as Material, Physical, Reality, I simply existing as my own Consciousness, as a Spiritual Being.
All this confusion as to who and what I am being caused by my eating of the Fruit, my consumption, of Knowledge that has a dual quality, Absolutely Bad Knowledge, the Knowledge of Good and Evil born of mine own Imagination.
The Knowledge of Good and Evil being born of a Single Source, being Absolutely Bad Knowledge, Knowledge not born of the Experience of the Flesh but instead Knowledge having a Dual Quality, Absolutely Bad Knowledge mistaken to be Absolutely Good Knowledge, the Knowledge of Good and Evil being born of the Mind, Man’s Illusionary World of Reality.
A philosopher, living in his imagination, is an inventor, a creator, of Ideas, thought; thoughts that are incomplete, being based upon a pittance of Reality that comes to mind in a Flash of Insight; thought coming to mind as nothing more than a half Truth.
The problem with an organize argument is that you can have an organized argument that is completely the wrong argument.
Your argument can not be proven wrong if your argument is never organized so as to come to a Logical conclusion; in fact more likely than not a philosophical Argument has no logical conclusion, philosophical thoughts not being based upon Empirical Fact, being illusionary.
Thoughts made manifest Reality by the All-Knowing, a Know-It-All, being little more that a half-truth; Knowledge having a dual quality, Absolutely Bad Knowledge born of thought leaves the existence or non-existence of the Knowledge of Good and Evil Uncertain; Absolutely Bad Knowledge being mistaken to be Absolutely Good Knowledge, having a dual quality, exists as the Knowledge of Good and Evil. There is a beyond Good and Evil; Get ride of Absolutely Bad Knowledge, Knowledge born of a Single Source. Knowledge having a dual quality, get ride of Half-Truths born of incomplete thought, the Imagination, born of the mind, the Imagination.