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It seems fairly self-evident that the more we ourselves can develop a growth-mindset, the mentally healthier and happier we will be.

It also seems self-evident that the more we can cultivate, encourage, and reinforce in our children a growth-mindset, the happier and mentally healthier they will be.  In fact, to not encourage a growth-mindset may arguably be a form of neglect, as involuntary and unwitting as that neglect might be.

Fixed-Mindset/Perpetual Victimhood versus Growth-Mindset/Challenges and Risk-taking are Beneficial — The Critical Thinking and Examined Life Blog

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What is the Difference Between Master and Slave Morality — PEDIAA

The main difference between master and slave morality is that the master morality emphasizes and values power and pride whereas the slave morality emphasizes and values qualities such as empathy, kindness, and sympathy. Consequently, master morality respects harshness and severity and sees life as glorious while slave morality sees humans as weak and helpless, and life as suffering.

Difference Between Master and Slave Morality - Comparison Summary

What is Master Morality

Nietzsche describes that master morality goes with noble and strong-willed people. Thus, the master morality concept emphasizes qualities such as pride, power and courage, openness, and, self-worth. According to master morality, the consequences of the actions define the good and bad.

Consequently, people with master morality see themselves as people with high self-worth having a sense of ‘fullness’ from power, wealth, abilities and talents, and from that, they will try to help those who are below them. Consequently, this creates a sense of hierarchy in them and they start pitying those who are below them and only help them out of that attitude. Thus, master morality can be defined morality associated with pride and strong-willed people.

Main Difference - Master vs Slave Morality

Essence of Master Morality

More importantly, the essence of master morality is nobility. Also, other qualities that we often value in master morality are open-mindedness, courage, truthfulness, trust, and an accurate sense of one’s self-worth. Master morality begins in the “noble man”, with a spontaneous idea of the good; then the idea of bad develops as what is not good. Hence, a noble person sees himself as the origin of value and good; therefore he should evoke fear on those who are below him and should have respect for those who are equal to him (such as family and friends).

Hence, Nietzsche describes that someone with a master morality has the ideology that pride and power are two essential elements in life. Similarly, those who are cowardly and weak or petty are considered bad by the master morality. Hence, if someone has a determination for power and hierarchy that person is valued and appreciated by someone with a master morality. Thus, the desire for power and related qualities is a core element in the master morality. As a result, any signs of weakness are despised, and harshness and severity are respected.

Difference Between Master and Slave Morality

Essence of Slave Morality

According to Nietzsche, slave morality …prefers to be subservient. It does not seek to exceed the masters but aims to make them slaves as well. The essence of slave morality is, therefore, utility. Slave morality sees nobility as evil and as the creator of suffering. Therefore, pity, altruism, and a lack of interest in oneself are good. It also encourages humility and patience.

Moreover, it questions the apparent happiness of the noble person, rejects hierarchy, and argues that morality is the same for every person. It also sees the human condition as suffering and oppressed by the desire for power; consequently, slave morality sees people as helpless and suffering.

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What is the Difference Between Master and Slave Morality — PEDIAA


Symptoms of Slave Morality:

White Guilt — American Thinker

White Guilt: The Mind Virus — Laura Towler


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In Defense of Gentrification, Vegans Becoming Butchers, and Sparta Reconsidered — The American Conservative