Nietzsche Peaceful Society Analysis

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Peaceful Society “That which does not kill us makes us stronger”. (Nietzsche, 1888) The saying comes from the “Maxims and Arrows” section of Nietzsche’s book, Twilight of the Idols. I don’t always believe in every quote from a philosopher. I don’t believe in this quote by Nietzsche, because I think hardships’ effects are different for everyone. Yes, in various cases people come out stronger, but there are always those who come out weaker. Although I appreciate the uplifting motivational quote, I do not agree it much like how I wont agree with many other quotes in my philosophy. I have a devotion to share my philosophy covering the independence of “free will” to the imperfection of purpose. The idea of free will can be traced to religion and destiny or Nietzsche’s idea of “free will” . ”All things appear and disappear because of the concurrence of causes and conditions. Nothing ever exists entirely alone; everything is in relation to everything else.” (Buddha) I disagree with…show more content…
“Objection, evasion, joyous distrust, and love of irony are signs of health; everything absolute belongs to pathology.” (Nietzsche 1886) This quote from Beyond Good and Evil, is an example of existentialist purpose, since he is listing parts of life, some of witch can be considered purpose to life, and the consider it a disease, as if he has no purpose. I somewhat agree, because I don’t understand the point in life,¬¬–– there is no point is there. I guess the purpose of living is the everyday family, friends, and trying best to be happy or to make everyone who’s around happy. To be completely honest I’m not sure if there is a purpose, I would think that the main purpose for humankind is to function normally for society. This way we can all insure the well being of others and to keep others alive and well. I would say living in harmony with others would be my purpose. I will know that I have fulfilled my purpose when those around me are happy and at
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