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Buddhist ubermensch - An idea

This post is about my partial completion of a philosophical idea inspired by the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche's Ubermensch and Buddhist core philosophy. Also, I have taken the references of three novels viz. The crime and punishment, The white tiger and Dr. Jykell and Mr. Hyde in order to present the idea.

Allow me to entertain with my musings, hence.

I have always been drawn towards Nietzsche's concept of Ubermensch. He theorized that the only way out of nihilism is to become all-conquering "superman", a simpler name generally given to represent Nietzsche's Ubermensch. The superman he talks about has his own moral values, is an independent thinker, doesn't mind hurting others to achieve greatness, and accepts suffering and misunderstanding as the crucial elements in surviving this otherwise nihilistic world.  He rejects societal notions and herd culture.  He believes in creating meaning rather than accepting societal meaning given to him through millennia o…

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