Nietzsche and Sartre Nietzsche on Teleology Nietzsche’s Critique of Christianity Sartre on Human Nature Thick vs. Thin Conceptions of Nature Nietzsche Nietzshe, Plato and Aristotle Natural vs. Supernatural Values Nietzsche’s Critique of Faith, Hope & Love
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Nietzsche on Teleology
Nietzsche’s Critique of Christianity
Sartre on Human Nature
Thick vs. Thin Conceptions of Nature
Teleology in Nietzsche
1. Contrast between health and sickness, advancing life and decadence.
2. Human life is guided by instincts, drives, whose purpose is to move us toward a complete, fully human existence.
Health and earthly life are denied, denigrated:
"...he can no longer want but one thing, and that is freedom, as the basis of all values."
"I am obliged to want others to have freedom at the same time I want my own freedom."
In addition, the radical negation of human nature is absurd:
Nothing can create itself from nothingness: to create anything, the self must already exist. Hence, the self cannot create itself.