According to Nietzsche, does "slave morality" work for his "slaves"?
I am trying to work out some sort of consistency to why his genealogy / criticism of morality means morality is in error. I thought that perhaps it's because the "untermensch" are really no better off with it: Goethe still appears and does great things, etc..
Or is trans-valuation valuable merely because it works for his "ubermensch"?
I was thinking of the ideal set of values as an equal force or reaction to the untermensch's power over what will be the ubermensch's feelings of power. So the latter is a response of e.g. unconcern for the pitiful.