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Friedrich Nietzsche “Towards a Genealogy of Morals” & “Thus Spoke Zarathustra” Prepared by: Zachary Hillman & Dr. Kay Picart Student Edition
What are the concepts of slave and noble morality?
Is Nietzsche agreeing or disagreeing with the ideas of Christianity?
Compare and contrast two aspects of punishment according to Nietzsche.
What is the Meaning of Ascetic Ideals?
What kinds of similarities, if any, can you draw between Nietzsche and Plato?
What does Nietzsche mean by ‘going over’?
Where does Christianity fit into the big picture?
What makes a great man?
What is the image of the tight- rope representing?
Compare and contrast women and men according to Nietzsche.
Where does love fit into the big picture?
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Plato’s Republic Books II, III and X Prepared by: Dr. Kay Picart Associate Professor of English Courtesy Associate Professor of Law.
“Carefree, mocking, violent -- thus wisdom wants us: she is a woman, she always loves only a warrior.” Thus Spoke Zarathustra.
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche Based on a presentation by Stevens Dormezil and Jesse Owen Created by Brett Ader Edited by Dr. Kay Picart Student Edition.
Friedrich Nietzsche’s Moral Theory 1. Friedrich Nietzsche ( ) German Philosopher The Birth of Tragedy (1871) Human, Too Human (1878) Thus Spoke.
By: Darrell Willis & Erik Hamilton Edited by: Dr. Kay Picart and Brett Ader Friedrich Wilhelm “Fritz” Nietzsche Student Edition.
Nietzsche and Crime and Punishment on Morality. How does Nietzsche’s view of morality compare and/or contrast with Dostoevsky’s view as portrayed by some.
Nietzsche’s Last Glimpse at Reason Student Edition Erin Irving and Dan Funes Edited by: Dr. Kay Picart and Brett Ader.
Ways of Seeing Women Article by: John Berger Presentation by: Byron Boldrini and Alex Hess Edited by: Laura Pratt and Dr. Kay Picart.
Nietzsche: The Canary in the Coal Mine. Nietzsche: Life and Influences Friedrich Nietzsche ( ) Some early influences: Lutheranism Friedrich Ritschl.
DEVELOPING A BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW. Group Questions 1.What do you think of when you hear the word “Worldview”? How would you define what a worldview is?
Traditional Judeo-Christian View of Human Nature LOVE OF GOD According to the Judeo-Christian tradition, humans are made in the image of God because they.
Beauty and body image_level 3. How are these images related to the idea of beauty? How are these images related to the idea of beauty?
Friedrich Nietzsche By: Hannah C. Marion AKA The ‘Stache Expert.
Nietzsche as Masked Romantic Prepared by: Dr. Kay Picart Associate Professor of Humanities & English Courtesy Associate Professor of Law.
Friedrich Nietzsche By: Ethan Zakrewski, Derek Moore, Jordan St. Peter, Sarah Donaldson, and Madison Queen.
Friedrich Nietzsche Aphorisms. Background Childhood His literary prowess.
Friedrich Nietzsche ( ). Biogra phy -Born: 1844 in Prussia to a Lutheran Minister -Studied at University of Bonn and Univeristy of Liepzig specializing.
The Old Science of Politics Plato and the City’s Highest Good.
Nietzsche and the Slave Revolt in Morals Critiques of Religion and Morality.
Apples to Apples Comparing and Contrasting Orchards.
Friedrich Nietzsche The Birth of Tragedy from the Spirit of Music and Truth and Falsity in an Ultramoral Sense Student Edition Presented by Jodie Howard.
Savannah DaCosta, Sasha Aldagene, Polly Vaughn. He was born in Röcken bei Lützen, Germany on October 15, Nietzsche was raised in Prussia which is.
Friedrich Nietzsche ► Born October 15, 1844 in Germany ► From age 14 to 19, Nietzsche attended a boarding school located where he prepared.
( ) ( ) Student Edition. Prepared by: SCOTT PARKER AND ELISSA MERIDA Edited by: Dr. Kay Picart, Kristen Millen, and Donna Gallagher.
Friedrich Nietzsche ( ) Tommy MacMeekin Kayla Seiler.
Monasteries and ConventsMonasteries and Convents Many men and woman gave up their daily lives to devote their lives to God. They became monks and nuns.
Renaissance Literature Primary Source Discussion Questions Thinking Skill: Demonstrate an understanding of concepts.
“A picture is worth a thousand words…” Visual Displays of Data People have used pictures for thousands of years (long before language) to communicate.
BIGOTES & SKYLARK MYTHS. similarities The curse The mothers are the ones who curse in order to protect The ideals cannot be fulfilled Bigotes and the.
NIHILISM Nihilism is the belief that all values are baseless & that nothing can be known or communicated. The idea is that life is meaningless and.
Unit 4: Obligations within Society. You live your life according to ideas and assumptions about what the world is like – that’s your philosophy The.
THEORIES ON ART &BEAUTY Plato-Aristotle-Tolstoy-.
Feelings On Display Day 04. Essential Question Are girls and guys judged differently when they post photos online?
Invasions of Privacy: The Body in the Novel By Peter Brooks Edited by: Dr. Kay Picart and Donna Gallagher Based on a presentation by: Casey-Lyn Bird.
Connector “Religions need women leaders” Do you agree? Give reasons for your opinion, showing you have considered another point of view.
Chapter 7: Ethics Nietzsche and Existentialism; Sartre; Ethics and Gender Introducing Philosophy, 10th edition Robert C. Solomon, Kathleen Higgins, and.
From Eroticism to Transcendence: Ballroom Dance and the Female Body by Sally Peters Created by Jessica Labbé Edited by Dr. Kay Picart.
To show that Muhammad is the BEST MAN ever. For the purpose of showing that Muhammad is the best man ever For the purpose of showing that Muhammad is.
Proverbs. Hebrew Old Testament Law of Moses (Torah)Prophets (Nebiim)Writings (Kethubhim) GenesisFormer ProphetsPoetical Books ExodusJoshuaPsalms LeviticusJudges.
Compare and Contrast.
Larval Stage Born the son of a Lutheran pastor in Röcken, Saxony, Friedrich Nietzsche was raised by female relatives after his father's death in 1849.
Prodigy Schopenhauer University of Basil Academic outcast Mental Illness.
Chapter 7 Section 2 Life in Ancient China. Section Overview This section focuses on society in early China, including the great religious and philosophical.
The Philosophies of Descartes, Nietzsche and Schopenhauer Lesson 7/9 October 2013.
The Trinity Objective: To explore the Christian idea of the Trinity. Outcome: To be able to explain what the Trinity is. To be able to identify each part.
Kathleen Springer. What Does it mean to say God is Dead? ◦ Popular understanding: God does not exist and never existed: atheism ◦ Death of God Theology.
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