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11.11.2009 - Recitation Questions on neitzche Make...

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Recitation November 11, 2009 Questions on neitzche Make questions about sacrifice and moral consciousness in What is the basis of the hatred that he poor feel for the noble, and how does it translate into good and evil? How does Descartes definition of a man and a beast relate the treatment of jews in concentration camps? The dehumanization of the prisoners through removing their culture makes the jews unlike a man. Levi tries to maintain his culture through keeping to cultural rituals, such as washing their face in the morning. Without culture we lose moral consciousness. Musslemen, lose their consciousness of the world, and seem only to go on as would a beast. It is a Cartesian struggle to try to maintain your own identity, remembering your own name in a situation in which you are given only a number and are regarded as a beast. How is the concentration camps a sacrifice? Most sacrifices are positive, but this is not. To There is a very religious logic. The Nazis were drawing from the story of Jesus, Nazis are
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course ANTH 146 taught by Professor Evens during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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