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Philosophy Notes, Week 4 & 5

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Philosophy Notes, Week 4 & 5 Phil 2010 016

Natalie Neugebauer
Introduction to Philosophy
Calvin H. Warner

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Notes over the fourth and fifth week of lectures.
Introduction to Philosophy
Calvin H. Warner
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Date Created: 03/06/16
020116 See Philosophy Notes on Ayer 020316 Nietzsche Notes Nietzsche wants to give a genealogy of morality that is he wants to explain it in terms of its history and showed where it came from He think contemporary morality needs to be reevaluated and abandoned Three kinds of people nobles priests and slaves Nobles are strong brave powerful healthy sudden violent simple and imprudent Priests are weak cunning prudent powerless and hateful Slaves are like priests but they don t establish values like priests do In older times bravery power and dominance were highly valued Think of the ancient Greeks the Vikings the Romans the Egyptians These cultures tended to value respect and idolize the mighty warrior In all of these cultures the noble was that kind of person But not everyone can be strong The weak resent the powerful and cannot defeat them Since they cannot defeat them they try to subvert the values of the culture so as to idolize the values of weakness humility mercy etc Nazi ideology System of values such as religion to enforce right and wrong powerful and weak Nowadays Political Correctness 020816 0 Arti cial selection breeders take individuals with ideal traits and breed them together maximizing the likelihood that offspring will also have ideal traits Natural selection gradual process by which inherited traits are selected from the course of competition for mates and resources 0 Religion and Evolution Evolutionary theory has no con ict with their faith 0 Evolution and Morality 021016 Introduction to the general topic of Abortion etc


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