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    Friedrich Nietzsche

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    millennium, Friedrich Wilhem Nietzsche may also be the most misunderstood. He has become a walking paradox. Today he is regarded as one of the most important thinkers, yet in his lifetime, he could hardly give away his books. Sigmund Freud revered him as one of the great minds in the history of psychoanalysis, yet Nietzsche went insane at the age of 44. He publicly detested German culture, yet German soldiers received copies of his book, Thus Spoke Zarathustra during World War I. Nietzsche also abhorred

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    Friedrich Nietzsche was born near Rocken a small town in the Prussian province of Saxony, on October 15, 1844. Ironically the philosopher who rejected religion and coined the phrase "god is dead" was descended from a line of respected clergymen. Nietzsche completed his secondary education at the exacting boarding school of Pforta. A brilliant student, he received rigorous training in Latin, Greek, and German. In 1864 the young man entered the University of Bonn to study theology and classical philology

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    Philosophies of Friedrich Nietzsche Friedrich Nietzsche was a 19th-century German philosopher and held in regard amongst the greatest philosophers of the early part century. He sharpened his philosophical skills through reading the works of the earlier philosophers of the 18th century such as Immanuel Kant, John Stuart Mill, Arthur Schopenhauer and African Spir; however, their works and beliefs were opposite to his own. His primary mentor was Author Schopenhauer, whose belief was that reality was

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    Beliefs of Friedrich Nietzsche

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    Friedrich Nietzsche was born in 1844 in Rocken, Germany and was raised to be Lutheran minister by a handful of women, but rejected the idea of becoming a minister after he lost his faith in God. In 1889, he became insane, and for the last eleven years of his life was taken cared of by his German Nationalist sister, and died in 1900. Friedrich Nietzsche was a modern philosopher of individualism, which he shows in his doctrine of the Will to Power. Nietzsche’s greatest concepts included: The Will to

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    approach that emphasizes the existence of the individual person. Friedrich Nietzsche is a german philospher from the late 19th century. His interest were the enhancement of individual and cultural health. He believed in life, creativity, power, and the realities of the world we live in. Nietzsche was a difficult, complex, and controversial philosopher, he was claim to be part of a number of difficult philosophical movements. Friedrich Nietzsche was a very smart, intellegent man. He was born October 15,

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    Friedrich Nietzsche Some call Friedrich Nietzsche the father of the Nazi party. Was Nietzsche's ideas twisted and warped by a needy country? Nietzsche himself despised the middle and lower class people. Was it Nietzsche's Will to Power theory that spawned one of the greatest patriotic movements of the twentieth century? These are some of the questions I had when first researching Friedrich Nietzsche for the following paper. Friedrich Nietzsche, at one time called "the arch enemy of Christianity"(Bentley

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    Friedrich Nietzsche has probably been one of the most criticized and controversial philosophers of modern times. His philosophy and ideas offended many, as much as it attracted others for over a century after his death. Most of his work was done under ill conditions that included headaches, depression and loneliness throughout the years he lived. His philosophical ideas included, firstly, that God was death. Secondly, the concept of an “Overman”. Thirdly, the idea of master morality. Friedrich’s

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    theories that describe how a person should to live his or her life. Two existentialist philosophers that will be discussed in this paper are Søren Kierkegaard and Friedrich Nietzsche. Søren Kierkegaard is a very enthusiastic philosopher who believed that the way to live is to have a religious authenticity and avoid the crowd life. Friedrich Nietzsche is a very controversial philosopher who believes that everyone is entitled to their own point of view on life and that there is no absolute truth. Both thinkers

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    To truly comprehend works of Friedrich Nietzsche, one must speak only in riddles and think constructively of confusing contradictions. This is to reflect exactly how Nietzsche thought and wrote philosophy himself: paradoxically. A fine example from one his works to demonstrate this is Beyond Good and Evil, a compilation of Nietzsche’s random thoughts, “One MUST repay good and ill; but why just to the person who did us good or ill?” (42). Nietzsche in this context asserts the idea that one should

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    Friedrich Nietzsche and Charles Darwin are two influential thinkers who posited compelling arguments about morality. The two philosophers rejected the traditional Christian teachings, but their stance on morality differs considerably. However, the two differing opinions require a closer examination and analysis due to the complex but yet interesting nature of their arguments. Darwin offers a provocative analysis of the evolution of human morality and concludes that morals (especially empathy and

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