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Overview Beyond Good and Evil is Nietzsche's first sustained philosophical treatment of issues important to him. Product Details About the Author. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches. It takes up and expands View Product.
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Beyond Good and Evil: Original Edition. Beyond Good and Evil: y Friedrich Nietzsche. Beyond Good and Evil. Specifically, he accuses them of founding grand metaphysical systems upon the faith that the good man is the opposite of the evil man, rather than just a different expression of the same basic impulses that find more direct expression in the evil man.
The work moves into the realm "beyond good and evil " in the sense of leaving behind the traditional morality which Nietzsche subjects to a destructive critique in favour of what he regards as an affirmative approach that fearlessly confronts the perspectival nature of knowledge and the perilous condition of the modern individual.
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Of the four "late-period" writings of Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil most closely resembles the aphoristic style of his middle period. In it he exposes the deficiencies of those usually called "philosophers" and identifies the qualities of the "new philosophers": imagination, self-assertion, danger, originality, and the "creation of values". He then contests some of the key presuppositions of the old philosophic tradition like "self-consciousness", "knowledge", "truth", and " free will ", explaining them as inventions of the moral consciousness.
In their place, he offers the " will to power " as an explanation of all behavior; this ties into his "perspective of life", which he regards as "beyond good and evil", denying a universal morality for all human beings. Religion and the master and slave moralities feature prominently as Nietzsche re-evaluates deeply held humanistic beliefs, portraying even domination, appropriation and injury to the weak as not universally objectionable. The work consists of numbered sections and an "epode" or "aftersong" entitled "From High Mountains".
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The sections are organized into nine parts:. In the opening two parts of the book, Nietzsche discusses in turn the philosophers of the past, who he accuses of a blind dogmatism plagued by moral prejudice masquerading as a search for objective truth ; and the "free spirits", like himself, who are to replace them. He casts doubt on the project of past philosophy by asking why we should want the "truth" rather than recognizing untruth "as a condition of life. Nietzsche asks the question, "what compels us to assume there exists any essential antithesis between 'true' and 'false'?
Further, there are forceful attacks on several individual philosophers. Nietzsche also subjects physics to critique.
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In the "pre-moral" period of mankind, actions were judged by their consequences. Over the past 10, years, however, a morality has developed where actions are judged by their origins their motivations not their consequences. This morality of intentions is, according to Nietzsche, a "prejudice" and "something provisional [ Nietzsche argues that more than what they value as "good" distinguishes noble and base.
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