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The Application of Nietzsche's Principles to Society
Pages 8 (2008 words)
The Application of Nietzsche's Principles to Society Introduction In life, I have come across several people most of who are religious and base their morality on belief in God. For religious societies, the morality of any action should be determined using religious books such as Bible and Quran.
Nietzsche's "evolution of morality" points out that morality has been defined differently in different period of history and that different people living at different periods in history have influenced the current meaning of morality. This paper argues that the current meaning of morality has been shaped by traditional views of justice or theories of justice that are shaped and molded by human nature. By this, I mean that if human beings we able to put their natural tendencies aside, then morality and justice, including all the theory and the modern justice system could be unnecessary. If everybody were able to "transcend" to a certain level, then we would not need the justice system, as everybody would behave accordingly. History of the Concept of Morality Basically, morality is the manner in which humans resolve their issues or problems following explicit rules or a set of codes of behavior. The issue of the connection between evolution and morality has been under discussion for a long time particularly after Darwin’s “Origin of Species” in which he argued that natural selection acts for the sole benefit of each being. ...
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