Nietzche on good and evil?

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Reply Sun 17 May, 2009 07:13 am
What is the origin, according to Nietzche, of the distinction between "good" and "evil"? Why does Nietzche reject that distinction? Do you agree with Nietzche?
 
amrhima
 
Reply Tue 26 May, 2009 11:04 am
@Jacob phil,
Nietzsche rejects 'Slave Morality' which is the distenction between good and evil based on what's more comfortable, safe and better for society 'the herd' but burries the greatness of the individual. He didn't care much for the herd, he wanted to acheive the full potential of man, which is why he was encouraging 'Master Morality', and it is that which enables 'Free spirits' -which are a minority- to overcome the animal 'man' and become much more. And as much as it bothers many people....I totally agree with Nietzsche.
 
Fido
 
Reply Wed 27 May, 2009 05:06 pm
@amrhima,
I agree with you as far as I know of Nietzsche, and disagree with N.
 
 

 
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