17. Both Marx and Aristotle understood the human good as involving a type of activity that was particular to humans. Outline the similarities and differences between their two views and explain which of the two conceptions of the human good you find more plausible and why.
18. What criticisms does Nietzsche have of traditional ‘Christian’ morality, and what sort of morals would he rather put in its place? Explain why you do, or don’t, find his arguments to be sound.
19. Consider the following passage from Nietzsche:Wherever we encounter a morality…Which other philosopher that we have studied this semester does the view expressed here seem most similar too? Explain why you think that the two views are similar, and whether or not you find the shared view to be sound.