I need help with this. Between three to five pages discuss Nietzsche's essay "the Problem of Socrates." Why does Nietzsche focus on the Socratic equation "Reason and virtue equals happiness?" Where does he dothis? How does this "equation" produce the kinds of problems that Nietzsche outlines in "Morality as Anti-Nature" section 6?
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