Friedrich Nietzsche Essay Topics

Jude the Obscure

According to philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, religion is a “falsehood. ” The implications of the “death of God” addressed by Nietzsche are portrayed through the characters and the plot itself of the novel Jude the Obscure written by Thomas Hardy. Nietzsche believes that religion has influenced and distorted the value of truth, the influence of morality,… View Article

Existentialism in Demian and Crime and Punishment

Existentialism is fairly common in literature, despite being a relatively new school of thought, and both Demian and Crime and Punishment show existentialist traits. This gives each book not just a philosophy, but also a certain feeling and mindset. Existentialism starts that with the idea that existence precedes essence, or purpose. We come into this… View Article

Ethical Theories Within the Film “Crimes and Misdemeanors”

In the final scene of the movie Crimes and Misdemeanors, I believe the fictional philosopher Louse Levy’s message was very similar to philosophy Jean-Paul Sartre and his theory on existentialism. One of Sartre’s quotes, “Man is nothing else but that which he makes of himself.” Levy is trying to convey that we are in control… View Article