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Was 'life' inherently/objectively good in Nietzsche's philosophy? How to overcome Nihilism?

In short: he did not consider life in terms of good and evil. Good is a subjective definition that is subject to morality, and morality was essentially created to regulate justice in a social group (...
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If the world had zero suffering, would this be evidence of God?

If the world had zero suffering, would this be evidence of God? If there was no pain, no suffering, no ill will, no harm, no disasters, and nothing that is commonly deemed negative by the most of us, ...
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