Jeffery Anderson, Peace Studies
This thesis explores the relationship between human beings and values. Using the philosophy of Frierdrich Nietzsche as a context, the thesis accounts for the emergence of such values as good and evil as coming out of the long and sordid history of humanity. The thesis attempts to unravel the paradox of the value of these particular values. What do these values mean? What purpose do they serve? Do we as humans have any reason to accept or reject our values?
Tinguely, Joseph, "On Values" (2001). Honors Theses. 609.
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