What were the main points of Nietzsche’s philosophy?
Master morality and slave morality
Nietzsche argued that two types of morality existed: a master morality that springs actively from the “nobleman”, and a slave morality that develops reactively within the weak man. These two moralities do not present simple inversions of one another.
What did Nietzsche believe about human nature?
With respect to human nature, Friedrich Nietzsche insists that human beings constitute a transitional, not a final, stage of development. Consequently, human beings cannot become too complacent about, or satisfied with, their achievements without endangering their claim to be human.
What is Nietzsche’s perspective?
Nietzsche’s perspectivism begins by challenging the underlying notions of ‘viewing from nowhere’, ‘viewing from everywhere’, and ‘viewing without interpreting’ as being absurdities. Instead, all viewing is attached to some perspective, and all viewers are limited in some sense to the perspectives at their command.
What does Nietzsche say about life?
The core of Nietzsche’s philosophy was that once you realize that rules, laws, and morals are simply social constructs, you become the master of your own fate and live according to your own values, enabling yourself to reach full potential.
What does Nietzsche wants us to realize?
As an esoteric moralist, Nietzsche aims at freeing higher human beings from their false consciousness about morality (their false belief that this morality is good for them), not at a transformation of society at large.