Why did Nietzsche think that only the happiness of higher types mattered?
Was it due to some repulsion from normal people and their behaviours? Or was he just fascinated by greatness?
I would assume it's not because he believed very few people can be of benefit to humanity, as Marx may have something important to say about that.
Or, that only some people are genuinely capable of tragedy, suffering and beneficence. If only because I find that his analysis of human malice quite wanting.
So, why? Is it something to do with moral anti-realism?