Nietzsche - On the Genealogy of Morals - Good and evil
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche – On the Genealogy of Morals
We would be the last to deny that anyone who met these ‘good men’ only as enemies would know them only as evil enemies and that these same men who are so strictly restrained by custom, respect, usage, gratitude, even more by circumspection and jealousy, and who in their relations with one another prove so inventive in matters of consideration, self-control, tenderness, fidelity, pride, and friendship – these same men behave towards the outside world – where the foreigners are to be found – in a manner not much better than predators on the rampage.
They walk away without qualms from a horrific succession of murder, arson, violence, and torture, as if it were nothing more than a student prank