His thinking is that exploitation is not a sign of

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themselves on the weaker and the less civilized. His thinking is that exploitation is not a sign of lousy culture, but rather, belongs in the essential nature of living. He believes that the start of noble caste has always been the barbarian caste; its superiority has not depended primarily on physical might, but on spiritual power. It has been a matter of more complex human beings – which at every level also means complete beasts. In Nietzsche’s view, we are a living being, and everyone has the will to power. Just like the Japanese climbing plant, people want to grow with power around them, pull it to themselves and acquire predominance, not because of morality, but because they are alive. Nietzsche says
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NIETZSCHE, F., KING JR, M. L. VIEWPOINTS 3 life is precious and essential, but from the ancient times it has carried the stamp of a slanderous purpose(Nietzsche, 2012). According to the Nietzsche, exploitation is not a part of primitive society; it belongs in the essential nature of what is living. Lastly, Nietzsche talks about the noble and the weak people. The noble people are regarded as good people. The writer or author does not claim that the two people use each other. The significant differences between the noble and vulnerable are the desire for freedom and liberty (Nietzsche, 2012). By the principle of non-contradiction, noble people honor themselves as powerful. They know how to speak while being as salient as possible. However, the weak belong to a slave mortality. Supposing that he abused one, the nobleman makes justice that is
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