Superman In Nietzsche’s Moral Philosophy

The Concept Of Superman In Nietzsche’s Moral Philosophy

CHAPTER ONE

BIOGRAPHY AND BACKGROUND OF NIETZSCHE

1.1       BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES ON NIETZSCHE

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche was born on October 15th, 1844 at Rochken in Prussian Saxony. His father, a Lutheran pastor, died in 1849, and the boy was brought up at Naumberg in the feminine and pious society of his mother, his sister, a grandmother and two aunts[1]. He attended the famous Pforta School, and then went to the University at Bonn and at Leipzig.[2] Continue reading Superman In Nietzsche’s Moral Philosophy

NIETZSCHE, THE CONCEPT OF SUPERMAN: A PHILOSOPHICAL EXPOSITION

NIETZSCHE, THE CONCEPT OF SUPERMAN: A PHILOSOPHICAL EXPOSITION

ABSTRACT

Man is predominantly a transitional form, constant only in his contradictions and inconsistency – moving, becoming, changing before our eyes. Even without any special study, it is perfectly clear that man is quite unfinished being, differing today from what he was yesterday and differing tomorrow from what he is today. This study centers on the existential philosophy of superman by Friedrich Continue reading NIETZSCHE, THE CONCEPT OF SUPERMAN: A PHILOSOPHICAL EXPOSITION