Comparing Nietzsche's Beyond Good And Evil

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Nietzsche was influenced by Greek philosophers. His philosophical work is the foundation for existentialism and expressionism. Nietzsche believes that a man is responsible for his own growth and change and always looking for answers for unanswerable questions. Nietzsche’s philosophical text Beyond Good and Evil consists of nine different chapters and each chapter presents a distinctive point of view. In Nietzsche view, every philosopher put forward their personal view in a philosophical way. He claims that past philosophers hav no critical sense and blindly accepted dogmatic things. In the first part, On the prejudices of philosophers he tries to introduce “will to truth” and said blind faith is enemy of will to truth. He explains the reasons

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