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This chapter begins with certain puzzles about Nietzsche's On the Genealogy of Morality. It assesses the values of morality instrumentally. Flourishing seems to be connected to something called "life" where life is being conceived of as something that can be stronger or weaker, degenerating or growing, confident or in distress. Power is the fundamental value or standard that Nietzsche uses for the purposes of assessing the values of morality. The fundamental question of whether in individuals or cultures there are instincts that are undermining life, turning against it, leading to lives that are less powerful, or whether there is an affirmation and rejoicing of life, and thus a sign that the tendency to growth and domination is strong and successful, is the question that Nietzsche takes himself to have been the first to highlight.
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