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HTH 1002 History of Thought II
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Nietzsche

  1. 1. Nietzsche History of Though II Kara Heitz
  2. 2. Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) • Grandfather of postmodernism • Perspectivism • Language • Genealogy as method • On the Genealogy of Moralality (1887) • First Essay: “Good and Evil, Good and Bad” • Purpose: to trace the genealogy of modern morality
  3. 3. Small Group Questions GROUP 1 (Sections 2-5) • How did the nobility and the powerful define what was “good” and “bad”, according to Nietzsche? What evidence does he use to support his argument? And do you find his evidence convincing? GROUP 2 (Sections 6-8, 16) • How did the notions of “good” and “bad” change when the priestly caste gained power, according to Nietzsche? How did “priestly hate” become “Christian love”? And how do the Jews connect to Nietzsche’s arguments? GROUP 3 (Sections 10-11) • What is Nietzsche’s concept of ressentiment? How is “evil” conceived of through ressentiment and how does this contrast with how the morality of the nobility defined “bad”? And is a morality based on ressentiment completely negative for Nietzsche? GROUP 4 (Section 13) • What does Nietzsche mean by “’the doer’ is merely a fiction added to the deed – the deed is everything”? How does he explain this idea through the story of the bird of prey and the lamb? And what does this mean for our notions of individual human identity?
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    Oct. 9, 2017

HTH 1002 History of Thought II Spring 2017

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