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Martin luther king believed in democracy and wanted

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natural law (King Jr, 2012). Martin Luther King believed in Democracy, and wanted his fellow brother to be treated in the same manner as white people in the country. He hoped that the white moderate would understand law and order for established justice. In this letter, he constantly forces white people to understand the black people problem. Towards the end, he expresses hope stating that “one day the white people would appreciate the black people talent and treat them equally.” In my perspective, Nietzsche's and Martin Luther King use different approaches or philosophies in describing the vulnerable. Nietzsche's talks more about how life is essential, and how everyone must use power to live. Nonetheless, Martin Luther King talks about how white people have suppressed the voice of the black people. Martin Luther king emphasizes more about his personal experience and what he has seen around him, but Nietzsche's idea talks about the ancestry highlighting more about the rule and how necessary it is to maintain individual growth. I prefer Nietzsche's concept of power to live and how we need support or help to reach our personal goal.
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NIETZSCHE, F., KING JR, M. L. VIEWPOINTS 5 References King Jr, M. L. (2012). “Letter from Birmingham Jail” in Fifty Readings in Philosophy , ed. Donald Abel, 4 th ed. (New York City, NY), 484-491. Nietzsche, F. (2012). Beyond Good and Evil in Fifty Readings in Philosophy , ed. Donald Abel, 4 th ed. (New York City, NY), 378- 385.
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