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Essay heading: (friedrich nietzsche) Genealogy of Morals Summary
 
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The masters considered the contrary, the "herd", to be just the opposite- ?bad'. The masters blamed the insignificance and lack of respect for the slaves on the fact that the slaves merely reacted to the masters, yet the masters set the foundations for the rules, morals, and values. Nietzsche then claimed that a new concept, derived from the priestly caste, developed from the noble, yet was dictated by an opposing power and language...
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This third class created the concept of ?evil' and began the slave revolt. According to Nietzsche, this was so because "they were the most impotent" (33, 7). Yet, a new perspective later became evident, and he was able to classify the term beyond the immediate world. He stated "I learned early to separate theological prejudice from moral prejudice and ceased to look for the origin of evil behind the world" (17, 3)...
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(friedrich nietzsche) Genealogy of Morals Summary
The masters considered the contrary, the "herd", to be just the opposite- ?bad'. The masters blamed the insignificance and lack of respect for the slaves on the fact that the slaves merely reacted to the masters, yet the masters set the foundations for the rules, morals, and values...
2 / 541