If Nietzsche is writing about humans, is he really writing about men or doesn't he make the distinction?
The way I came up with the question is complicated, but specifically I was thinking about the motivations for him writing Will To Power. In the sense of "What would be the intention anyway, did he want to make people act different to change the world, make it a 'better' place. I'm not 100% sure on the publishing plan, but if he doesn't really has an audience, why write on morals? Or did he just want to sort all his ideas in his head?" Then regarding people dropping their bad ways and acting differently, how does it affect if the women also do/don't it, "the same". What was his intention?