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  • According to some of his biographers, his stepfather Bruno's alcoholism and the limited cultural scope in the small town have contributed to Handke's revolt against habitualness and restrictions. In 1954 Handke was sent to a Roman Catholic boys' boarding school in Tanzenberg, Carinthia. — “Peter Handke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • What Nietzsche meant by 'morality' deviates from common understanding He argues that this view has forgotten the origins of the values, and thus it calls what is useful good on the grounds of habitualness - what is useful has always been defined as good, therefore usefulness is goodness as a value. — “Master-slave morality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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