Nietzsche's Stereotypes Summary

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Nietzsche introduces his inquiry into the origin of our moral prejudices. Begins. He states his dissatisfaction with English philosophers in that they generally lack self-knowledge. He states that in order to understand the value of morality, we need to understand how it arose rather than just accepting its indisputable truths.
Generally, in society, we have always assumed that the "good man" is better than the "evil man." Nietzsche suggests, what we call "good" is actually a danger. “So that morality itself was the danger of dangers?” (Preface, 7).
Nietzsche feels that we should see morality as something that has evolved and never free from error. When we can see our morality also as part of the human comedy we will truly have elevated
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