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  • Zur Genealogie der Moral Eine Streitschrift
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  • 06 June 2018
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    On The Genealogy of Morals is made up of three essays all of which uestion and critiue the value of our moral judgments based on a genealogical method whereby Nietzsche examines the origins and meanings of our different moral conceptsThe first essay ' Good and Evil' 'Good and Bad' contrasts what Nietzsche calls master morality and slave mo

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    When I was an undergraduate I tried some Nietzsche I read BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL THE GAY SCIENCE and THE BIRTH OF TRAGEDY This was reading that I did on my own and not as part of a class I don’t remember how I chose those books but I can report now with no embarassment that my reading was superficial and that I did not genuinely u

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    ChronologyIntroduction NotesNote on the Text and TranslationFurther Reading Preface First Essay 'Good and Evil' 'Good and Bad' Second Essay 'Guilt' 'Bad Conscience' and Related Matters Third Essay What Do Ascetic Ideals Mean? Notes

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    For all his brilliance Nietzsche was not one for exposition or systematic investigation He writes in impassioned bursts rather than extended thoughts—a style in keeping with his abhorrence for all things stale academic and ‘Engl

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    This treatise stands as the most sustained criticism of Judaeo Christian values or rather the origin of said valu

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    A truly delightful intellectual romp that is both entertaining and disturbing It is entertaining because Nietzsche is an outrageously brilliant writer who expresses his complex philosophical ideas in a creative way and who makes even the most c

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    Three essays each coherent This is Nietzsche's best work Almost all of his major ideas lurk within this book I would recommend the audio version There's just something about Nietzsche that when he's read aloud you

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    Whenever I want to give someone a metaphor for what being actively engaged in close reading might look like I oft

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    In Genealogy Nietzsche re evaluates moral values ​​by raising not only their origins which found in the feelings and actions of

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    Very readable once I got into it I would recommend to anyone wanted to make a start with Nietzsche and it's really short too He was obviously a very troubled man as well as a bit of a psychologist I'm pretty sure he wouldn't give a second thought to my opinion though I'm definitely one of the sick From a history of ideas point of vi

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Zur Genealogie der Moral Eine Streitschrift

S guilt conscience responsibility law and justice This is a revised and updated edition of one of the most successful volumes to appear in Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought Keith Ansell Pearson has modified his introduction to Nietzsche's classic text and Carol Diethe has incorporated a number of. This treatise stands as the most sustained criticism of Judaeo Christian values or rather the origin of said values Nietzsche redefines them as the products of the brutal conditioning of our animal instincts over the centuries The failure to retaliate became goodness fear into humility submission to those who one hates obedience and cowardice into patience Discarding the methods of his contemporaries Nietzsche comes up with a theory which delineates how morals come to evolve within cultures the transvaluation of values Nietzsche tells us to imagine two sets of creatures birds of prey and lambs Birds of prey are necessarily noble strong and proud creatures and lambs in contrast are weak timid and cowardly Lambs possess what we call a slave morality and birds of prey a master morality Thus it is natural for the lambs to get pissed at being carried off by the birds of prey they succumb to ressentiment of these superior beings So in order to make themselves feel better they manufacture morals based off of the weaker parts of their character These morals then spread through society and culture like an infection when weaker natures reevaluate their character and transform it into something is it notLater on Nietzsche inuires as to why these behaviors went unchecked centuries ago Pain is the answer Free will can be a burden to slave moralities and so guilt and bad conscience may have arisen as a way to repay debts to our animal vitalities Nietzsche thinks that Christians and other slave moralities crave cruelty and breed martyrs the most famous example of which would be Jesus Christ of course There are innumerable reasons to punish to render harmless to prevent bad behavior to repay a debt to isolate to instill fear for festivity etc Punishment than anything does not deter us from wrong doing it makes us become prudent Beyond that we internalize our instincts and bottle them up and thus this bad conscience is a subtle sickness in our society This leads to Nietzsche to conclude how much horror there is at the bottom of all good things The last chapter is a real departure The other two chapters were a rather lengthy indictment hehe Confederacy of Dunces reference against the Christian faith and how they suppress our instinct of freedom This last chapter rather prophetically endorses human ambition and claims that all life has a will to power We affirm our own existence through our will and we become the authors of our morals and our fates Then in a similar way that atheists attack religion Nietzsche scathingly bludgeons science s credibility Science looks for absolute truth as if it were a picture on a wall but truth to Nietzsche is a sculpture you walk around it observing many faces and many perspectives This represents Nietzsche s doctrine of perspectivism which goes as far as to say that we can approach truth by looking at various perspective but we may never actually obtain it This leads to one of the many bold declarations that Nietzsche is known for making There are no facts only interpretations Nietzsche rarely stays on topic and that is not necessarily a bad thing In a book which was meant to sketch the evolution of morals over the centuries we also looked at how science and religion have no claim to truth and also how we can make the most of our lives The versatility of topics makes the Genealogy the most forcible ambitious and amazingly accessible work of Nietzsche s

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Friedrich Nietzsche is one of the most influential thinkers of the past 150 years and On the Genealogy of Morality 1887 is his most important work on ethics and politics A polemical contribution to moral and political theory it offers a critiue of moral values and traces the historical evolution of concepts such a. ChronologyIntroduction NotesNote on the Text and TranslationFurther Reading Preface First Essay Good and Evil Good and Bad Second Essay Guilt Bad Conscience and Related Matters Third Essay What Do Ascetic Ideals Mean Notes

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Changes to the translation itself reflecting the considerable advances in our understanding of Nietzsche in the twelve years since this edition first appeared In this new guise the Cambridge Texts edition of Nietzsche's Genealogy should continue to enjoy widespread adoption at both undergraduate and graduate leve. In Genealogy Nietzsche re evaluates moral values by raising not only their origins which found in the feelings and actions of Judeo Christianity but also by criticizing them by the reconstruction of the historical psychological and genesis Anthropological analysis of these values and attitudes to better unmask them namely to make them appear as so many illusions and liesIn this book he distinguishes between the morality of masters and that of slaves There is therefore on the one hand the category of dominants and on the other that of dominated But the former divide themselves into warriors and priestsAnd Nietzsche vigorously denounces the Jewish people of priestly character which made the distinction between the mind and the body by mobilizing the weak for its benefit against the warriorsIt is such an analysis which led the accusation of the philosopher of being a Hitler s precursor a racist before the letterHowever this is a uestionable assessment because his life proves that he was in no way anti Semitic far from itLikewise and by extension the notion of will to power should not be simplified More than a desire for domination it is uite simply the manifestation of active forces We need a critiue of moral values and the value of these values must first uestion Establishing their origins therefore makes it possible to make their diagnosis and it is through this act this way that evaluation and re evaluation are in short possibleThat if moral values can be explained psychologically this is also one of the main theses of the bookAnd if these same values which based on self denial and self hatred prevent humanity from asserting itselfIf so like Nietzsche we should support the idea that criticism of morality is necessary it allows man to freed from his nihilism Because honesty is still oursWhat is interesting about this philosopher is his style this book presented as an extended dissertation argued by rhetorical figures who also make Nietzsche a great stylist and his expression which is marked by contrasts therefore far to be monolithicHe is at the same time a great apologist The Genealogy of Morality is in itself a polemical work Superiorly brilliant and a penetrating analyst who knows how to escape the starvation of any speculation