Nietzsche Morality As Anti-Nature

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Throughout Nietzsche’s “Morality as Anti-Nature,” he is constantly slandering organized religion, to make the point that it inhibits his idea of morality. He claims that “church is hostile to life,” because Christianity aims to turn one against passions, which is natural to humans, religion is forcing one to become anti-natural. An example he uses is ascetics, people who live without any traces of the passions in their life, due to their supposedly higher sense of religious morality. Furthermore, he goes on to speculate more about the nature of man, saying “how naïve it is altogether to say: “Man ought to be such and such!” Since organized religion is demanding for man to change, they are asking for everything to change; man is going against

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