Compare Both Hitler And Nietzche's Philosophies.

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« Je vous enseigne le surhomme. L'homme est quelque chose qui sera surmonté. Qu'avez-vous fait pour le surmonter? » Friederich NietzscheIl n'est pas inhabituel pour Friedrich Nietzsche (voir annexe 1.a) et Adolf Hitler (voir annexe 1.b) d'être mentionné dans la même phrase. L'idée que Hitler a personnifié plusieurs des philosophies de Nietzsche était commune pendant et après la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale et Hitler lui-même a été capable de confirmé cette idée. Ce connection n'est pas très populaire dans nos temps modernes, je remarque que beaucoup considèrent toujours ces deux figures historiques d'être fortement liés, certains qui vont jusqu'à accuser la philosophie de Nietzsche d'inciter l'Holocauste. "En effet, les écritures de Nietzsche ont contenu plusieurs commentaires anti-Juifs, mais elles ont aussi contenu plusieurs commentaires anti-Allemands (exemple: des vikings barbare) ." Dans cet article, j'examine la relation et la comparaison idéologique entre Adolf Hitler et Friedrich Nietzsche. Quand on pose des questions sur la philosophie de Hitler à Nietzsche, on pose vraiment deux questions. D'abord, qu'est ce que Hitler a dit? Les suiveurs de Hitler se sont uni sous une idéologie de Nazi ce qui a été décidé par la propagande et l'autobiographie de Hitler (Mein Kampf). Même aujourd'hui, obtenant une perspective historique plus au courant, nous formons une corrélation entre Hitler à l'idéologie qu'il a crée pour sa partie, utilisé pour réunir des gens dans les masses et de promouvoir sa carrière politique. Dans des discussions philosophiques, ont peut demander qui était Adolf Hitler? La réponse est souvent reliée à la haine des juifs et de sa croyance dans la dominance des Aryens. Il y a une deuxième question à considérer, cependant. Qu'est ce que Hitler a fait? Les mots de Hitler et les actions de Hitler étaient souvent complètement différentes. Par exemple, Hitler a souvent fait appel au christianisme afin d'amasser les masses dans la partie de Nazi (une propagande religieuse) (même dans Mein Kampf), "mais Hitler a secrètement visé à convertir toute l'Allemagne en Païen (une religion considérée offensive) " . Si on doit évaluer la philosophie de Hitler, on doit examiner ses mots et actions, parce que tous les deux ont eu un impact sur l'histoire."Il y a deux types de moralité que Nietzsche décrit dans sa philosophie, celle du maître et celle de l'esclave" . Tous les deux moralités résultent sur le principe de maître-esclave. La moralité du maître est généralement celle de la noblesse, ceux qui commandent le...

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