genealogy of morals

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Similarly, Nietzsche points to Latin, citing specifically malus (bad) and melas (black). Nietzsche then cites the makeup of the Roman upper and lower classes. In Roman culture, he notes, those with black hair were traditionally lower class, while the upper class was pale and blonde-haired. He traces the same ideas in Celtic and Greek culture, altogether creating the argument that the words for good and bad derivate simply from classiest notions in which the powerful had such control they could even cause the language itself to work in their favor...
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Similarly, Nietzsche points to Latin, citing specifically malus (bad) and melas (black). Nietzsche then cites the makeup of the Roman upper and lower classes. In Roman culture, he notes, those with black hair were traditionally lower class, while the upper class was pale and blonde-haired. He traces the same ideas in Celtic and Greek culture, altogether creating the argument that the words for good and bad derivate simply from classiest notions in which the powerful had such control they could even cause the language itself to work in their favor...
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