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Unformatted text preview: Genesis: reliance on good and evil Whole purpose is not that he prefers one of these moralities Nietzsche asks us to find what we have taken for granted First morality that he came up with as bad: Warrior/Noble class Felt themselves to be good, the common people became perceived as bad by the warrior/noble class They ruled and took responsibility for all that was going on in society Nobility - had control of the language, etc and decided that they were good, the common man was bad Common people - believe that the power is evil - blaming others for their own frustrations The priestly people begin to preach to the people about how the luxuries are impure Priests are impotent to have power in any real sense, they have to try to get their power through the people Nietzsche: anything anybody does is a power-grab Master morality: good vs bad, good is common people Slave morality: learned to hate and resent power of the masters Through the concept of resentment - the feeling of anger that you are in the position that you are in...
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- Fall '07