By Simon May

Nietzsche famously attacked conventional morality, and propounded a arguable ethics of "life-enhancement". Simon may perhaps offers a significantly new view of Nietzsche's suggestion, that's proven to be either progressive and conservative, and to have a lot to supply us this present day after the loss of life of outdated values and the "death of God".

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