How is King’s definition of a just law connected to authors we have looked
1_ The old saint tells Zarathustra: “Now I love God; man I love not. Man is for me too imperfect a thing. Love of man would kill me” (Thus Spoke Zarathustra, 123). What point is Nietzsche making in this passage about the belief system of Christianity?
2_ Zarathustra boldly proclaims, “The overman is the meaning of the earth. Let you will say: the overman shall be the meaning of the earth!” (Zarathustra, 125). Explain what beliefs or values the overman is supposed to represent based on this passage.
3_ How is King’s definition of a just law connected to authors we have looked
at previously such as Plato and Augustine? That is, how is his definition of a
just law metaphysical? See “Letter from Birmingham City Jail,” 6.