I don’t know how to handle this Philosophy question and need guidance.
Please read the questions carefully and answer them clearly and completely. The answer should not be that long, but they should be clear.
1- All action requires what, according to Nietzsche? Why is that?
2- Describe the three ways in which history belongs to the living man. Include a brief description with an example, and then an advantage and disadvantage of each
3- Explain what Nietzsche means:
“In the end modern man drags an immense amount of indigestible knowledge stones around with him which on occasion rattle around in his belly, as the fairy tale has it. . . . Knowledge, taken in excess without hunger, even contrary to need, no longer acts as a transforming motive impelling to action and remains hidden in a certain chaotic inner world which that modern man, with a curious pride, calls his unique “inwardness” . . . ” (p. 24)
4- How does Nietzsche view the goal of humanity? Please explain your answer!
5- Explain Nietzsche’s claim: “The education of German youth, however, proceeds precisely from thsi false and unfruitful concept of culture; its aim, quite purely and loftily conceived, is not all the liberally education man but the scholar, the scientific man, . . . its result, viewed in a mean empirical way, si the historico-aesthetic cultural Philistine, the precocious newly wise chatter box on matters of state, church, and art, . . .” (p. 59).
6- What does Nietzche mean by “inborn greyheadedness” (p. 44)? Please explain your answer!
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