What did Nietzsche purport to see and hear that hadn’t been seen and heard before?

The gay science 221-75: In 301, Nietzsche says that higher human beings “see and hear immeasurably more” than lower human beings.  In section 301 Nietzsche says, “Whatever has value in our world now does not have value in itself, according to it’s nature- nature is always value-less, but has been given value at some time,…

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According to this reading what is wrong with morality?

P 277-310 Nietzsche, F. W. (2009). The Gay Science. (T. Common, Trans.). Stilwell, Kan.: Digireads.com. Morality is a value judgement that has no foundation. Nietzsche points out that morals are a way we blind ourselves from thinking. We do not question the nature and reason behind the essential morals that have, for unknown reasons, become…

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