In Voltaire’s time, it was theorized that all bad events happened for the greater good. Yet, Voltaire couldn’t help but see the absurdity in this optimism.
“One loves ultimately one’s desires, not the thing desired.” – Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil Those who’ve taken a glimpse into Nietzsche’s philosophy are well aware of his distrust in morality. Nietzsche the morality that still weighs down on modern society as he felt it didn’t do the brain justice. Instead, morality was a ball and