These critical journals must include a) an introduction framing the theme/topic

These critical journals must include a) an introduction framing the
theme/topic addressed in the respective journal [3 marks], b) Sufficient and
adequate explanation by way of paraphrasing (i.e., in your own words) the basic
aspects of your response to the question [4 marks], and c) some use of the text
both of the philosopher(s) in question and Marino’s. This primary text must be
integrated into the overall flow of your prose, meaning it must be introduced
properly and then properly enclosed by way of follow-up criticism (e.g., never leave
a quotation hanging at the end of a paragraph!) [3 marks]. The Critical Journals
should be no less than 3 page but no more than 4 pages, double-spaced, 12 Font,
Times New Roman.
READ: Chapter 6 “Morality”
from Marino’s The
Existentialist’s Survivor’s
Guide, (pp.155-194)
Recall:
Nietzsche’s “The Religious
Mood”. (ONLY THESE ARE TO BE SOURCED AND USED AS QUOTATIONS IN THE WRITING! NO OTHER MATERIAL!)
!ANSWER QUESTIONS BELOW!
In this assigned chapter, Marino discusses Nietzsche then later returns to
Kierkegaard. What is Marino’s argument of Nietzsche’s position on morality?
Develop an argument for your own interpretation of Nietzsche’s view on
religion/God in modern life. Do you agree with Nietzsche? Why/why not? [10
marks]

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