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Nietzches genealogy of morals and Hegelian history in the genealogy in morals are compare and contrast which will be later discussed in the paper meanwhile focusing on Nietzsche genealogy of morals we look at the slave and master morality The master and slave morality is the distinction between the dominant and submissive people or group or race That is what Nietzsche main point to get across that there is a difference between the master and slave but then again there is a higher leverage between them that one has the higher advantage over the other Nietzsche starts off to tell us in the first essay of what it means to be good and what it means to be bad and its actually the quite opposite of what people might thinkSo if a slave were to tell you what is good or bad it would be wrong to say that because a slave wouldnt know it is good or bad the master tells that In the first essay the people that know what is good or bad are the higher people in power The priests or higher authority political figures like the judges They determine the morals if its good or bad7Nietzsche exploits the priest in many ways he begins by telling us the priests are the main evil suspects but then again they cant be evil because they are higher in power So if they say they are good then they are good7 As Nietzsche mentions it in the first essay The greatest haters in world history and the most intelligent He was talking about the priests because the priests know how to control the masses which in other words be the slaves to put it into context7 The main point of this paper is to evaluate the master and slave morality in Nietzsche views and comparecontrast it to Hegels view of master and slave dialectic Furthermore Nietzsche
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