A question that I haven’t been able to answer:
Nietzsche despised the herd and mentioned in many essays that we must reevaluate our ethics and the set of moralities Christianity has provided us (not automatically believing that humbleness, forgiveness, turning the other cheek, etc. are virtues.)
One could safely say Nietzsche would respect a person who has examined their values and replaced the ones which made him weak with values that make him powerful, in the will-overcoming sense. My question is: what would Nietzsche say to a person who holds herd moralities, has examined those values, but still thinks that they are good? Or at least that they are the ones that suit his life the most ?