Friedrich Nietzsche: Another Perspective on Reality

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Philosophy

 

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Jerrell W

 

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October 26, 2013

 

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University

 

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It is this “pathos of distance” or “pathos of nobility” that helps separate those who have a “Master Morality” with those who follow a more “common and low minded” “Slave Morality.” Keeping these concepts in mind help us to realize that to follow a Master Morality requires one to have complete trust in the truth of their instinct...
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If this is always followed, one will never be wrong because he/she is able to make sense of anything (or at least admit they were wrong but are now aware of the real truth). This notion of truth seems that it would be a very common trait for those who follow the Master Morality. On page 13, Nietzsche talks about those who live by this truth: They call themselves for example “the truthful…” The word coined for this, esthlos, means according to its root one who is, who possesses reality, who is real, who is true; then, with a subjective turn, the true one as the truthful one...
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