Beyond Good and Evil - Study Guide Part 1: On The Prejudices of Philosophers - Chapters 1-10 Summary & Analysis

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Nietzsche introduces "The will to truth." The concept behind Beyond Good and Evil is to determine what causes people to strive for truth through the use or absence of self-will and prejudiced thinking. It is important to know who poses questions to us, and what lies within each human being that is seeking the truth? One must determine the value of truth to oneself as well as to society as a whole. Is there risk in seeking the truth?

Many believe everything is created through the existence of its opposite. If that is true, how does the opposite come into being? Nietzsche believes all things come from a higher being or force. Metaphysicians often make the vital mistake that faith is the opposite of value. Are there opposites at...

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