According to Nietzsche, what is the proper account of human action, and how does this account differ from the standard, or traditional account of the generation of what appears to be goal/directed/driven action?

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Nietzsche On Human Action

For Nietzsche, human action is completely deterministic. Every action, every thought, every wish, every bad word, good word, has already been said and will be said in an endless, eternal recurrence of the same. On the one hand, this view makes it seem like all human action is meaningless and without purpose....

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