Nietzsche: the ideological immoralist

On October 15 2017, we celebrated Friedrich Nietszche’s 169th birthday. Samin Gokcekus looks at his views on morality and why he considered that morality should be ‘questionable’.

Should Nietzsche be characterised as an immoralist?

Nietzsche‚Äôs moral code is considered to be an extreme example of using the power of moral push to determine your actions and behaviour, meaning the motivation behind them is down to self-improvement and benefitting oneself rather than feelings brought on by others. He presented his views at a time when Judaeo-Christian virtues, which were more […]