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|Title:||Pedagogical Aspect in the Works of Friedrich Nietzsche: a Critical Position on Personal Selfdetermination|
|Authors:||Pavlyshyn, L. H.|
Magsumov, T. A.
Galiullin, R. R.
Luzenina, I. N.
Kameneva, G. N.
|Bibliographic description (Ukraine):||Pedagogical Aspect in the Works of Friedrich Nietzsche: a Critical Position on Personal Selfdetermination / L. H. Pavlyshyn, T. A. Magsumov, Yu. N. Anisimova et. al. // International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology. 2018. Volume 9, Issue 10. P. 1001–1009|
“love for neighbors”
“will to power”
“philosophy of life”
|Abstract:||Nietzsche debunks the moral values of the 19th century. His remarks were addressed to Christian morality and philosophy of idealism. He was interested in morality because of his belief that the “true world” of idealists perished. The psychological approach of Nietzsche to the essence of morality was due to the influence of his predecessors: Schopenhauer, Stendhal, Dostoevsky. However, Schopenhauer considered “love for neighbors” as an important factor of human existence. As for Schopenhauer, all earthly existence permeated with deception and people became ridiculous. According to Nietzsche, moral evaluations do not exist. Like Dostoevsky, he believed that morality rooted up in violence, evil, hatred.|
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