The role of power in understanding our motivations and system of values

What attracts me to Nietzsche's thinking is the emphasis on power in ethical reasoning. This for me is central to understanding our motivations and system of values. What do we seek in this world, what motivates us, what drives us, what are we passionate about, other than experiencing life as powerfully as we can? And what else besides a specific power or ability can provide us with powerful experiences? This is why I have joined this group anyway, to pursue this line of thinking and see where it leads me.

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