These notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. Within his polemical treatise On the Genealogy of Morals Friedrich Nietzsche twists standard precepts of morality into a delicious pretzel barely recognizable from original conceptions. The assessment from those belonging to what Nietzsche derisively terms the herd has long held that those in bondage to the more powerful are in firm grasp of the moral high ground over those dominant potentates, but the philosopher expresses fervent disagreement with this view and the basis of that disagreement forms the foundation On the Genealogy of Morals. Friedrich Nietzsche aggressively reasons an oppositional interpretation by assigning culpability for the transposition of what he insists is the natural state of morality upon the ascension of Judeo-Christian religion to ruling prominence.
Friedrich Nietzsche's "Genealogy of Morality"(),Essay 2 (Section )
Following this preamble, Nietzsche introduces the subject of his inquiry: "the origin of our moral prejudices. Since then, he hopes, these thoughts have ripened, become clearer and stronger, become more unified. Nietzsche suggests that he has long been interested in the question of the origins of good and evil. He recollects his first attempt at philosophy at the age of thirteen, where his search for an origin brought him to God, and so he posited God as the originator of evil.
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Page 1 Page. Nietzsche sees Jesus as the ultimate embodiment of these Jewish ideals, and his crucifixion as the ultimate bait. All the opponents of the Jews might side with Jesus against them, thereby adopting his and their Judeo-Christian moral code. With the advent and success of Christianity, Nietzsche suggests, the reversal of. These English psychologists whom we have to thank for the only attempts up to this point to produce a history of the origins of morality—in themselves they serve up to us no small riddle.