Question two: If there isn't a system available for free, then could someone please transcribe the following passage for me? I would like it in severely narrow phonetics but without any particular accent. I guess I would ask for it in "Standard" English if there were to be such a thing. It's from Nietzsche's book Beyond Good and Evil. It's wicked long, I know, but even if you could do a line or two for me would be amazing! I have transcribed many versions and I'm just not satisfied.. maybe you Linguaphiles can throw something in there that I'm missing. Thank you! Tack! Gracias! Merci!
You want to live according to nature? O you noble Stoics, what fraudulent words! Think of a being such as nature is, prodigal beyond measure, indifferent beyond measure, without aims or intentions, without mercy or justice, at once fruitful and barren and uncertain; think of indifference itself as a power - how could you live according to such indifference? To live - is that not precisely wanting to be other than this nature? Is living not valuating, preferring, being unjust, being limited, wanting to be different? And even if your imperative 'live according to nature' meant at bottom the same thing as 'live according to life' - how could you not do that? Why make a principle of what you yourselves are and must be?