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Most readers of Nietzsche’s Beyond Good and Evil probably remember it as a collection of poetic aphorisms, each standing alone; these readers missed or have forgotten the linear (i) _________ arcing through the work. Interestingly enough, it could be argued that a parallel cognitive gulf pervades the book itself. While Nietzsche rails against the (ii) “_________” of earlier philosophers and contrasts it to the ideal of the “free spirit,” unencumbered by religions and prejudices, he then espouses the possibility of (iii) _________ —such an ordering of spiritual strength seemingly undercuts the notion of an independent spirit.




Blank (i) Blank (ii)Blank (iii)
(A) chaos (D) dogmatism (G) conjuring seraphs
(B) progression (E) hedonism(H) a new philosophy
(C) stasis (F) morality(I) constructing a hierarchy

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Progression, dogmatism, constructing a hierarchy.


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Re: Interestingly enough, it could be argued that a parallel [#permalink] New post 25 Oct 2017, 18:24
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Most of the readers of Nietzsche's book think something of these. BUT at the same time they have no a clear big picture, or progression, of these same work.

At this point the question has a shift from what the readers think to what Nietzsche thinks about the book itself and how it was conceived.

It is true that Nietzsche n this book says that doesn't exist the dogmatism that other philosophers stand out, but at the same time he does not rule out completely a form of constructing a hierarchy for constructing a spirit.

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Re: Interestingly enough, it could be argued that a parallel [#permalink] New post 02 Nov 2017, 19:41
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Explanation

The first blank must contrast “standing alone” and complement the clue “linear.” The second blank contrasts “free spirit.” Since Nietzsche “rails against” the word in the second blank, you would also expect that word to be negative. Dogmatism matches perfectly.

For the third blank, the dash and the use of “such” indicate that your choice must match the idea of “ordering.” A hierarchy is “a well-defined ordering of different levels or ranks.”

Progression, dogmatism, constructing a hierarchy.
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