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Beyond Good and Evil Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1: On The Prejudices of Philosophers - Chapters 20-23 Summary

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Part 1: On The Prejudices of Philosophers - Chapters 20-23 Summary and Analysis

Individual philosophy concepts are not something that will autonomously evolve. Rather, individual concepts will evolve in connection with one another—even though the ideals may feel independent. Beliefs are not compartmentalized things.

Philosophy is not so much an actual discovery as it is man's recognition of what is already known to him. Each country or region bases their philosophies on what they see and recognize and are often unable to recognize or give credence to the philosophies of other cultures because the other cultures are so foreign that the people cannot relate.

Self-contradiction is formed through perversion of one's logic and is accompanied by arrogance and the extravagant pride of human beings. The responsibility extends beyond one's own actions into the areas of religions, heritage, and the state...

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