On the Genealogy of Morals Topics for Discussion

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Describe and discuss the personal facts that cause Nietzsche to write his book on the "Genealogy of Morals."

Who is Lou Salome and why is she significant to Nietzsche's philosophical arguments?

Define and discuss what Nietzsche claims to be the origin of good and evil.

Describe and discuss Nietzsche's ideas about guilt and punishment.

Identify and discuss what philosopher Nietzsche relies on to develop his thoughts on the origin of morality.

What does Nietzsche expect any reader to do if he is to be understood?

Identify and describe the differences that Nietzsche uses to show a difference between the morality ideas of the aristocrat compared to that of the slave.

Describe and discuss how forgetfulness is essential to forgiveness.

Describe and discuss the origin of responsibility according to Nietzsche.

Where does bad conscience come from according to Nietzsche?

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