Does Nietzsche tell us anything about 'reciprocity'? By 'reciprocity' I mean, to an extent, getting back what we put in, so that our more social acts are not treated as transgressions, whether or not they are rewarded.

All I know from a few seconds with google is that Nietsche's ideal, even if allows for intersubjectivity, would involve an "asymmetric" relation and reciprocity if at all.

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