Etiek en teologie – aktuele bespreking van Marinus Schoeman se “Generositeit en lewenskuns”: Grondtrekke van 'n post- Nietzscheaanse etiek
Ethics and Theology – a discussion of the relevance of Marinus Schoeman’s book: “Generosity and the art of living”: The basics of a post-Nietzschean ethics
This article grew from a review on Schoeman’s book to a review article in which an actual presentation is given of some of the most important issues in comparison to a Christian viewpoint. The following topics are discussed: Resentment; Revaluation of all values; Purpose driven universe; Critique of moral values; The aristocrat; Hannah Arendt’s view on the publicpolitical realm and private sphere; Plurality and conformity.
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