Beyond Good and Evil - Part 4: Epigrams and Interludes - Chapters 63-185 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4: Epigrams and Interludes - Chapters 63-185 Summary and Analysis

Prevalent here is the belief that man takes himself too seriously, and in doing so, may compromise his own ability to seek the truth. Nietzsche has nothing against morality except when man uses it to put himself above others with no other explanation or accomplishments to back up such piety.

Nietzsche has little regard for women. Unfortunately, Nietzsche's words carries weight , so many are apt to take on his views.

Man is a strange and contradictory creature. One professes to believe in one thing but only as it applies to other people. However, when one encounters a person who has the same beliefs and expectations, one is apt to despise the other person, not recognizing in himself those very qualities he despises.

Women have much more of a primal...

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