Destruction of self and free will that take us into moral skepticism of Nietzsche. Nietzsche believed that modern European society should re-assess the origin of all ethical beliefs. In the 1870s he published an essay entitled "The Use and Abuse of History", a study of what it is history, how history is written and then finally to what the history was used.
Nietzsche''s later conduct an aggressive investigation of the past to uncover the "genealogy, genealogy" true of modern moral values. History determines who we are and the values that we believe in, usually in a way that is really not aware of. Humans like to think of himself as being autonomous, ahistorical, but they are always a product of past social and political complex.
Final conclusion of Nietzsche is that we have made soft and passive by Christian morality that makes free will, responsibility, mistakes and sins as a prerequisite for good. For the Greek philosophers, the term has both factual content and is intended for people rather than actions. A good man is a good specimen of humanity bukans Athens and just people who adhere to the ethical teachings blindly.
Nietzsche''s romantic view of pre-Socratic Greeks, for him, meant the Greeks bhawa is something approaching the ideal man. Pre-Christian Greeks are strong individuals in terms of instinct and passion, spontaneous and creative, people who actualize themselves through the way that it is prohibited by the "gang morality" of Christianity.
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