Beyond Good and Evil - Part 9: What is Noble - Chapters 257-296 Summary & Analysis

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Every type of man has been enhanced through the work of an aristocratic society. A main characteristic of a healthy aristocracy is that it does not experience itself as a function but rather as a meaning and justification, thereby accepting with good conscience the sacrifice of many who must be reduced to incomplete human beings or slaves.

Exploitation is a part of all types of society, not just those who are primitive or imperfect. Exploitation is a basic function of man and can be attributed directly to the will.

Nietzsche has discovered there are subtle and coarse moralities that are prevalent on earth. Nietzsche explains the master morality and the slave morality, including the attempts by some cultures to mediate between the two groups. The bad and good, the moral and immoral, are...

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