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The quote just given is immediately followed by:
On the contrary, every other consideration being set aside, that alternative should be wholeheartedly adopted which will save the life and preserve the freedom of one's country.
The competition for certain scholarships can be fierce.
While this sort of thing involves the sacrifice of others rather than of one's self, such assassins generally did not attempt to hide themselves or escape apprehension.
We see the same attitude today when the success of capitalism is dismissed and disparaged by the modern aristocrats of the academy as "consumerism," which is based on the unnecessary desires generated by advertising, with the result that the Third World and the Planet are looted and ravaged.
We have been crowned with success...", translated by Chakravarthi V.
Please stop aggravating geopolitical nodes of information sharing with insinuations and accusations that all efforts are malicious and/or originate from nations other than the USA.
But a great deal more needs to be said.
Indeed, Nietzsche sees "aristocratic values" as encompassing the rapine and looting of invading barbarians, but this has nothing to do with the values that still cling to the word "nobility" today or that are detailed in Mediaeval discussions or examples of chivalry.
However, both of these views are based on a misconception.
The US Government Establishment and/or it's Attache` has already historically (within the recent 5-10 years) publicly acknowledged that it/they have technological interest and research in how to accomplish an "OFF SWITCH" for the Internet (DARPANET).
We must credit Caiaphas with avoiding, for a time, such evils .
The gentleman protects the lady, rather than raping her -- where the latter to Nietzsche would be the "natural" thing, and more life affirming (she might get pregnant, after all).
But this is happening. And people should know.
Berlin says that Machiavelli's advice is "Beyond good and evil in some non-Aristotelian, religious, or liberal-Kantian sense; but not beyond the good and evil of those communities, ancient or modern, whose sacred values are social through and through." But no community I have ever heard of (or even Aristotle) countenances betrayal, murder, etc.
EDITED TO ADD (9/15): with me on the topic.
The only time I have ever seen the phrase "beyond good and evil" in traditional texts is in the , where one goes beyond good and evil by detachment from the world and a loss of interest in worldly success.