Nietzsche, Psychology, and Metaphysics

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Nietzsche is the first great psychologist who attacked the notion of consciousness. Until Nietzsche’s time consciousness was considered something almost divine—the great separation between man and the animals. Descartes, of course, makes it the starting point of all philosophy. Nietzsche turned the whole discussion around. He asked, why is there consciousness at all? (24 pp.)

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