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100390320 Nietzsche “Human, to all human” April 20, 2011 Nietzsche, F. (1878). Human, All Too Human. H Faber; R.J. Holligdale; H Zimern. Motive for attack- We attack not only to hurt a person, to conquer him, but also, perhaps, simply to become aware of our own strength (Nietzsche 317). What I think Nietzsche is trying to say here is that when you hit a spot on someone that hurts or brings up bad memories, it shows how strong you, as the person is to go that far and hurt someone. Not in a way of muscle but in a way of how stone faced someone could be. This kind of person would bring up a certain topic, event of adjective to another that would hit a sensitive spot, and still go about their day like nothing was wrong. Not only do I agree with this, I lived it recently. My roommate kept turning my light off while I was in the room using it because there would be a glare on her laptop. So I finally said something to her. She responded with something that not only did not have relevance to
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