Essay heading: Nietzsche' quotes on morality

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42 2nd essay) ? They weren't tormented mentally "In the same way, it was here that the uncanny and perhaps inextricable link-up between the ideas of ?guilt and suffering' was first crouched together." (p.45 2nd essay) ? Association with guilt and debt "?the main moral concept ?Schuld' (?guilt') descends from the very material concept of ?Schulden' (?debts')? Or that punishment, as retribution, evolved quite independently of any assumption about freedom or lack freedom of the will? (p...
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43 2nd essay) ? If a promise was made, you are in debt, you must pay it off one way or another ? "will to power" it feels good to inflict pain on someone because you are dominating them. "?-the pleasure of having the right to exercise power over the powerless without a thought?.the enjoyment of violating?even a foretaste of higher rank?Through punishment of the debtor, the creditor takes part in the rights of the masters: at least he, too, shares the elevated feeling of despising and maltreating someone as an ?inferior' ? or at least, when the actual power of punishment, of exacting punishment, is already transferred to the ?authorities', of seeing the debtor despised and maltreated...
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