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ID number:908126
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Published: 01.12.1996.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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short paer on some views of Plato and Nietzche needs more examples, explanations
Plato Vs. Nietzsche: The Nature of Good
Plato and Nietzsche have opposing views on the nature of good. Plato, as demonstrated in the 'The Cave' and 'Apology,' believes that Good is absolute. This means that he is of the opinion that there is one perfect version of Good for all people, whether they are rich or poor, powerful or weak. However, Nietzsche believes in the relative nature of good. He thinks that the meaning of good can be different for different groups of people, specifically the upper (master) cla…

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