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Friedrich Nietzsche And Karl Marx: A Critical Comparison
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A 6 page research paper comparatively discussing the philosophies of Karl Marx and Friedrich Nietzsche. This paper critically analyzes Marx's and Nietzsche's views on freedom, the role of science in society and overall beliefs about the functions of a society as a whole. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Marxniet.wps

Friedrich Nietzsche: Freedom, Science And Politics
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A 5 page research paper on the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. This paper details Nietzsche's views on individual freedom, the use of science in philosophy and the shortcomings of politics. Nihilism and the inadequacies of socialism are also analyzed, with a an extended emphasis on the problems of politics from the viewpoint of Nietzsche philosophy. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Frieniet.wps

Nietzche's 'The Anti-Christ'
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In this 8 page paper, the writer analyzes and critiques 'The Antichrist' (1888) by Friedrich Nietzsche.
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Nietzsche On Life
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Life is a matter of interpretation. Reality is a combination of perception and definition. The individual does not have to abide by the shared meaning packages of society in order to know meaning in their lives. This 5 page paper asserts that 'life is what the individual and, by extension, society, makes of it' is the essence of Nietzsche's thoughts on the advantage and disadvantage of history for life. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KTniehis.wps

Nietzsche's 'The Antichrist'
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A 25 page argumentative essay on the issues and Frederich Nietzsche's predictions surrounding pity, negation, nihilism, and science on the antichrist in society (all who are not Christian). The writer argues that some of Nietzsche's points were valid for the antichrist, particularly as they relate to pity, negation and near annihilation. And, while there is little evidence that the development of science suffered from Christianity in this century, as posited, many of the people who perform the acts of science are just as Nietzsche would predict—empty voids without intrinsic instincts or senses about their actions. The paper concludes that despite the book's emotional and circular format and sporadic truths, it has value for at least one group of readers—the one for which it was written, the Hyperboreans. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: Nietac.wps

Nietzsche's View of Philosophers
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A 4 page paper describing Nietzsche's philosophical view of the ancient philosophers such as Socrates and Plato. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Absolutism vs. Relativism Analyzed
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This 10 page research paper examines this historic philosophical argument through definition and example. Specifically discussed are the philosophical writings of the Greek Sophists, Niccolo Machiavelli, Thomas Hobbes, St. Thomas Aquinas, Michel de Montaigne, William James and Jean-Paul Sartre. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Absolut.wps

Locke & Machiavelli / Politics and the Interests of Man
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Machiavelli and Locke both considered the nature of government and man's individual interests as they relate to governmental structures. Machievelli's idea of fortune and Locke's 'state of nature' concept both shaped the theorists arguments about the purpose of political life. It has been posited that for Machiavelli, politics is an unpredictable arena in which ambition, deception and violence render the idea of the common good meaningless, while Locke would argue that political or civil society exists only to preserve the rights of the individual. It can be argued that for both Machiavelli and Lock, political activity, then, becomes merely a means of satisfying selfish ends. This 8 page paper considers the nature of this argument, reflects upon the elements presented in Machiavelli's Prince and Locke's Social Contract, and evaluates their importance for understanding the underpinnings of government. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Lockmach.wps


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