Beyond Good and Evil Topics for Discussion

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How might Nietzsche's philosophies be different if he was not influenced by Kant?

Nietzsche is well known for the "God is Dead" reference although it has been proven that the philosopher was not an atheist. What could Nietzsche have meant by this statement?

Nietzsche states that our organs could not have produced the entire universe. What supports this theory?

Beyond Good and Evil makes clear the ideal that it is senseless to avoid the laws of nature. How is this proven?

Nietzsche dispels the notion that life is black and white, that opposites exist. What statement might refute this theory?

What kind of consequences might Nietzsche have faced when he stated that the soul is not eternal?

Do you feel that Nietzsche's propensity toward intellectual snobbery affects his hypotheses? Explain.

How might Nietzsche view the moralism, or lack thereof, in today's society?

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