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    In Thus Spake Zarathrustra he uses the ancient Greek hierarchy of gods to illustrate what he saw as two sides of the human essence, roughly the reasoning, intelligent side that conduct life in a...

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    Friedrich Nietzsche is important in the history of the world for two main reasons. First, because he was part of an intellectual movement towards modernism in the late 1800s. Second, because his...

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  • On the Genealogy of Morals
    To answer this question, we first have to understand that Netzsche's historical understanding ("geneaology") of morality was based on his conviction that there had been a revolution in Western...

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    If we take the most basic reading of Nietzsche's ideas of "God is Dead," one can see how Pope Pius IX would clearly define it as an error based on his own logic in the "Syllabus." Consider the...

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    On the one hand, Nietzsche would have been horrified by the idea that he would be received as a "modernist." He was a classicist by training and many of his most important works express a desire...

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    In terms of the history of the world, the most important influence that Nietzsche had on the 20th century was his influence on Adolf Hitler. Hitler was strongly influenced by Nietzsche in his...

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    Friedrich Nietzsche is an unusual influence in philosophy in that his works were not considered significant until well after his death. He drew from many different sources to create his ideas of...

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    The will to power is a central idea in Nietzsche's philosophy. It is, to him, the main force that drives the ways in which human beings behave. Nietzsche felt that all human beings (and indeed...

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    Nietzsche meant that the act of loving is transparent and needs no proof or claim. Nietzsche believed all knowledge was falsification. He believed that "thought" was always self-serving and came...

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