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Many societies and cultures, today and historically, have emphasized a god-like
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Many societies and cultures, today and historically, have emphasized a god-like figure(s) or some metaphysical
narrative as the centerpiece of a moral/ethical code of behavior. While some of these codes of behavior are customs
and traditions (e.g., ancestor worship), in many places such codes have also been written into the law (e.g., laws on
adultery & thievery).
However, if God is dead (as Nietzsche claims and so many others support), so too then is the accompanying
metaphysical and guiding narrative. What are the implications of this “newfound” freedom? (That is,
‘newfound’ because on a historical timescale, this concept is still a very new idea.)
Answer this question in three parts:
(1) explain (a) what Nietzsche means when he claims that “God is dead”, and (b) the resulting implication(s)
(2) describe what we should base our ethical code and laws on then, if God is dead (~200 words)
(3) describe the consequences of (2) in a few generations time (i.e., what will the world look like in 100 years if we
follow (2) ) (~150 words)
Do not refer to previous readings in your response