Throughout the rest of this paper I will be discussing two of the most prominent existentialists, Kierkegaard and Nietzsche. Friedrich Nietzsche was one of the most influential German philosophers. Kant sees us as choosing to act on the basis of reasons.
However, unlike other philosophers of his time, he argued that art makes life possible to live. One of the main reasons I decided on him, is because of my personal beliefs.
He sharpened his philosophical skills through reading the works of the earlier philosophers of the 18th century such as Immanuel Kant, John Stuart Mill, Arthur Schopenhauer and African Spir; however, their works and beliefs were opposite to his own. However, it may be a mistake to think God and Morality entirely synonymous.
This transition demonstrates a decline in our ability to make sense of our lives and understand our true human purpose. While investigating the details of this peculiar relationship, I was struck by the historical and philosophical depth of several discoveries, the fundamental question being this: Why was Nietzsche's perception of both Wagner's music and his character upset simply because He wrote about morality, tragedy, aesthetics, atheism, epistemology and consciousness.
In the following paragraphs, a brief summary of both stories will be given. Nietzsche has a tendency to throw out themes and leave us the task of seeing how they cohere. For example, socialists still believe in equality in all people.