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    Aristotle and Nietzsche; who do I help?

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    If many people need my help, and if I cannot possibly help everybody, how should I decide whom to help? Answer that question from the point of view of Aristotle and Nietzche.

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    Friedrich Nietzsche was against the ideas of traditional morality and of Christianity. He believed in the world in which we live and not in a contemplation of a world beyond. Nietzische argued that believing in doctrines drained one's life energy. He believed that the highest virtue is to be true to oneself and that the goal in life ...

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    This solution discusses the respective views of Aristotle and Nietzsche on who to help first if someone needs help.

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