Nietzsche's philosophical idea of "superman," or &amp;uuml;bermensch, portrays a man who has dominance over himself, not others. Often people connect the modern day picture of "superman" with Nietzsche's &amp;uuml;bermensch. This however, could not be any more incorrect. Superman represents a man clad in steel, insuperable. &amp;Uuml;bermensch focuses on the persona of a man, one who has self recognition.
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that those who obtain the qualities of the &amp;uuml;bermensch create a tyrannical atmosphere. In fact, society as a whole creates a world of single thought, of insipid lives stripped of art. Slave masters come about as a result of frustration and resentment. &lt;Tab/&gt;
In conclusion, &amp;uuml;bermensch represent creators, artists, one with individual thought. Those lost in human nature represent creatures, preachers, one of the combine.