Genealogy Of Morality

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None of us are better than anyone else, we all go the same way, in the end, there's no need to be inconsiderate, live life happily not detestably Dhammapada explains it (‘it’ being mortality): “Men, driven on by thirst, run about like a snared hare; held in fetters and bonds, they undergo pain for a long time, again and again.” A case for a tragic optimism explains it: “Since Auschwitz, we know what man is capable of. And since Hiroshima, we know what is at stake.” Nietzsche explains it in The Genealogy of Morals: “Then this guilt-ridden man seized upon religion in order to exacerbate his self-torment to the utmost. The thought of being in God’s debt became his new instrument of torture” Descartes explains it in meditations on first philosophy:
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