Nietzsche and Lenin
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The paper discusses the philosophies of Nietzsche and Lenin, noting marked similarities between them in terms of elitism. The writer proposes that, despite the fact that they differ widely in general viewpoint and specific delineations, it is nonetheless clear that both are of the opinion that a certain sort of human being is better than another. The paper examines how the main contrast between the two philosophies is that Nietzsche's "Superman" is under obligation only to promote his own evolution, while Lenin's superior human being is socially obliged to uplift the masses until equilibrium is reached.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Christman, Henry M. (ed.). Essential Works of Lenin. Haymarket, 2005.
- Pearson, Keith Ansell & Large, Duncan. A Nietzsche Reader. Blackwell, 2005.
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