Prejudices of Philosophers

In this episode, Nietzsche questions the concept of the “Will to Truth” and its value in our lives. He points out that this drive to seek the truth has led us to ask many perplexing questions, but it seems as if the questioning has only just begun. He wonders if it is even worth pursuing the truth, as falsehood, uncertainty, and ignorance may hold some value as well. He inquires as to whether our desire to seek the truth is genuine or whether outside forces have forced it upon us. Nietzsche suggests that by raising this question, we are taking a great risk, but it is a risk worth taking.

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