Nietzsche and the Criticism of Happiness

  • According to Nietzsche, to live peacefully and without anything, worries is the desire of mediocre people who do not give any greater meaning to life
  • Happiness is an ephemeral, fleeting condition that could end at any moment
  • Contentment is found in having vital strength and a fighting spirit against all obstacles that limit liberty and self-assertiveness

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