[Reading] ➬ On the Genealogy of Morality ➳ Friedrich Nietzsche – Realestatelawcenter.us

On the Genealogy of Morality A Genealogy Of Morality Is Nietzsche S Most Important Work On Morality A Polemical Contribution To Moral And Political Theory, It Traces The History Of Concepts Such As Guilt, Responsibility, And Justice, Offering Insight Into Nietzsche S Assessment Of Modern Times As The Epoch Of Nihilism This Volume Contains New Translations Of The Genealogy And The Greek State And Sections From Other Of Nietzsche S Work To Which He Refers Within It Human All Too Human, Daybreak, The Joyful Science, And Beyond Good And Evil.

[Reading] ➬ On the Genealogy of Morality  ➳ Friedrich Nietzsche – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • paperback
  • 243 pages
  • On the Genealogy of Morality
  • Friedrich Nietzsche
  • English
  • 05 November 2017
  • 0521406102

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    On The Genealogy of Morals is made up of three essays, all of which question and critique the value of our moral judgments based on a genealogical method whereby Nietzsche examines the origins and meanings of our different moral concepts.The first essay, Good and Evil, Good and Bad contrasts what Nietzsche calls master morality and slave morality Master morality was developed by the strong, healthy, and free, who saw their own happiness as good and named it thus By contrast, they s On The Genealogy of Morals is made up of three essays, all of which question and critique the value of our moral judgments based on a genealogical method whereby Nietzsche examines the origins and meanings of our different moral concepts.The first essay, Good and Evil, Good and Bad contrasts what Nietzsche calls master morality and slave morality Master morality was developed by the strong, healthy, and free, who saw their own happiness as good and named it thus By cont...


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    1392 139212 320004 5 6 7Schuld8 1 aphoristic 2 slave morality 3 master morality 4 ressentiment 5 guilt 6 bad conscience 7 punishment 8 Ascetic Ideal


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    ChronologyIntroduction NotesNote on the Text and TranslationFurther Reading Preface First Essay Good and Evil , Good and Bad Second Essay Guilt , Bad Conscience and Related Matters Third Essay What Do Ascetic Ideals Mean Notes


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    Imagine that you are in a nameless suburb, say California for example, and you stumble home drunk on bad whiskey and stoned off of cheap weed This is purely hypothetical You hover over the toilet and puke up the bad whiskey and some nameless food substance The next morning you sit on the toilet reading this book You read the lines the complete and definitive victory of atheism might free mankind of this whole feeling of guilty indebtedness towards its origin, its causa prima Atheism and a Imagine that you are in a nameless suburb, say California for example, and you stumble home drunk on bad whiskey and stoned off of cheap weed This is purely hypothetical You hover over the toilet and puke up the bad whiskey and some nameless food substance The next morning you sit on the toilet reading this book...


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    This treatise stands as the most sustained criticism of Judaeo Christian values, or rather, the origin of said values Nietzsche redefines them as the products of the brutal conditioning of our animal instincts over the centuries The failure to retaliate became goodness , fear into humility , submission to those who one hates obedience and cowardice into patience Discarding the methods of his contemporaries, Nietzsche comes up with a theory, which delineates how morals come to evolve wit This treatise stands as the most sustained criticism of Judaeo Christian values, or rather, the origin of said values Nietzsche redefines them as the products of the brutal conditioning of our animal instincts over the centuries The failure to retaliate became goodness , fear into humility , submission to those who one hates obedience and cowardice into patience Discarding the methods of his contemporaries, ...


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    For all his brilliance, Nietzsche was not one for exposition or systematic investigation He writes in impassioned bursts rather than extended thoughts a style in keeping with his abhorrence for all things stale, academic, and English This quality is evident right from the preface, which is divided into several shorter prefaces These frequent breaks are maintained throughout the book, each essay being divided into chunks too short for subchapters, but too long for aphorisms.On one level, thi For all his brilliance, Nietzsche was not one for exposition or systematic investigation He writes in impassioned bursts rather than extended thoughts a style in keeping with his abhorrence for all things stale, academic, and English This quality is evident right from the preface, which is divided into several shorter prefaces These frequent breaks are maintained throughout the book, each essay being divided into chunks too short for subchapters, but too long for aphorisms.On one level, this is a mere trifle of formatting But on another as I alluded to above , these frequent bursts hint at Nietzsche s thought as a whole Nietzsche, in his characteristic way, flipped the traditional Western preoccupation for truth on its head explaining it as a weakness rather than a strength To be sure, this is a fascinating idea But this also helps to explain why Nietzsche wrote the way he did Instead of a scholarly treatment, which would be a manifestation of the traditional will to truth which he s...

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