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zmprotocolsept24 - Zabrina Maultsby Phil 1301/CRN 10674 Dr....

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Zabrina Maultsby Phil 1301/CRN 10674 Dr. Bohorquez Protocol for September 24, 2009 Our class began with the discussion of Nietzsche’s belief that a true enemy must be a worthy adversary which can be gauged in their ability to produce fear. The level of fear which the enemy creates speaks to ones capacity to conquer. This concept is derived from the following passage in the text which reads, “that in losing the fear of man, we have also lost the hope in man, yea, the will to be man. The sight of man now fatigues.—What is present-day Nihilism if it is not that?—We are tired of man.” (39). This is to say that the stronger the enemy the stronger is he who overcomes him. Nietzsche believes that no one would wants to have an enemy that is not feared. He believes that the concept of the "evil enemy" is basic to ressentiment just as "good" is basic to the noble man. However, the slave morality see’s the noble man as evil. Nietzsche
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