Nietzsche and Moral Psychology

@inproceedings{Telech2015NietzscheAM,
  title={Nietzsche and Moral Psychology},
  author={Daniel Telech and B. Leiter},
  year={2015}
}
  • Daniel Telech, B. Leiter
  • Published 2015
  • Psychology
  • Nietzsche’s 1886 claim that psychology is the 'queen of the sciences' demands that we attend to the results of actual psychology. Such attention reveals Nietzsche to be prescient on several moral psychological issues. The aim of this article is to outline four such issues and thereby present readers with Nietzsche's promise for empirically-informed philosophical psychology. First, Nietzsche holds that moral responses are products of a two-tier structure of the affects; secondly, that each… CONTINUE READING
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