An Analysis of Nietzsche’s Challenges to Western Philosophical Traditions


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An Analysis of Nietzsche’s Challenges to Western Philosophical Traditions Through the Re-Evaluation of Christian Dualism and Nihilistic Methods in 19th Century Religious Values
The study will analyze the important values about morality and religion that Nietzsche poses that deny a traditional western Grecian philosophy in 19th century Europe. The morality of Nietzsche often dictates the problems of the duality of good versus evil and the slave/master dichotomy that has been a long preserved tradition in Europe. With the Christian values of good and evil dividing the master (being good) and the slave (being evil) in the Homeric hero tradition, Nietzsche saw a grave injustice being done to those that served their masters. These cores values...
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.....rarchy) and the conflict that western dualism provides through religions, such as Christianity, that only posit a good or evil option. Nihilism is a another core way in which Nietzsche deviates from traditional western philosophical traditions in his perception of religion as a divisive and oversimplified value orientation in the 19th century.
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