Friedrich Nietzsche and Donald Trump Discussion

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Nietzsche Discussion


  1. What does Nietzsche mean by "master-morality" and "slave morality?" Can you see examples of this comparison in our own society today?
  1. Comment on Donald Trump’s meteoric, yet improbable, rise to power, becoming the president of the United States. It what way does he embody the Uber Mensch that Nietzsche describes and aspires toward? In what way is it different?
  2. How does Nietzsche’s position come to bear on your own research topic? What would he say to your area of research?

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According to Nietzsche master morality is the morality of the strong-willed who according
to their standards set what is good and useful. For masters what is useful has to be good (Nietzsche,
2017). Slave morality is built on devaluaing that which is seen as ...

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