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    The Genealogy of Morals

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    Why does Nietzsche style his work as an "Attack" rather than an analytical treatise, and why does it take the form of a "GENEALOGY" rather than of an argument for some particular position in the "metaphysics of morals" as to what constitutes "right" & "wrong" & why "rightness" is the more choice-worthy of the two, etc.?

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    Problem: Why does Nietzsche style his work as an "Attack" rather than an analytical treatise, and why does it take the form of a "GENEALOGY" rather than of an argument for some particular position in the "metaphysics of morals" as to what constitutes "right" & "wrong" & why "rightness" is the more choice-worthy of the two, etc.?

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    It appears that Nietzsche's styles his work as an attack, rather than an analytical treatise, due to the fact that his work appears to ...

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    This solution discusses Nietzsche's style. It discusses genealogy and the metaphysics of morals as well as "right" and "wrong." The explanation is given in 257 words.

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