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Investigation of the Concept of the Superman in Nietzsche’s Moral Philosophy

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According to Nitecheze the Superman is an authentic person which evolves into a sup erman by using the principle of discipline and mastery of oneself.man's authenticity does not come from mere wishes nor lying around but requires aggressive decision, persistence and perseverance,courage and strength to endure many forms of sufferings and to overcome alienation brought about his  environment otherwise man will be a slave of his own desired and alien to his own powers,talents and capacity

OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE OF THE STUDY                 

This study attempts to investigate the concept of the superman in Nietzsche’s moral philosophy. In other to achieve this objective, the work is divided into four chapters. The first chapter is the introduction which contains the statement of the problem, objective and scope of the   study,   methodology,   significance   and   biography   of   Nietzsche’s   moral   philosophy.   The second chapter deals with the literature review.                       

The third chapter discusses the following sub-topics which are: the influence to Nietzsche’s moral philosophy, Nietzsche on morality, the will to power, the exceptional man and Nietzsche, master-slave  morality   and  the  notion  of  the  superman in   Nietzsche.  The  fourth chapter concludes the work with an evaluation of Nietzsche’s philosophy and the summary in which the work rounds off the position of the essay.


TABLE OF CONTENT

Title Page

Declaration

Certification

Dedication

Acknowledgements

Table of contents

Abstract


CHAPTER ONE: GENERAL INTRODUCTION

1.0  Statement of the Problem

1.2 Objectives and Scope of the Study

1.3 Method of the Study

1.4 Significance of the Study

1.5 Biography of Nietzsche


CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW


CHAPTER THREE: CONCEPT OF SUPERMAN IN NIETZSCHE   

3.0 Influence to Nietzsche’s Moral Philosophy

3.1  Nietzsche on Morality

3.2  The Will to Power

3.2.1  The Exceptional Man and Nietzsche

3.2.2  Master – Slave Morality

3.2.3  The Notion of the Superman in Nietzsche


CHAPTER FOUR: CRITICAL EVALUATION AND CONCLUSION

4.0  Critical Evaluation of Nietzsche’s Moral Philosophy

4.1  Summary and Conclusion

Investigation of the Concept of the Superman in Nietzsche’s Moral Philosophy

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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 48 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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