Nietzsche insists that truth is metaphorical or figurative, instead of literal. But he suggests that some metaphors are better than others, and he is critical of those who believe the truths that they themselves manufacture. Why does he see this as a problem? If human life is necessarily creative, then why criticize someone for whom there is no recognizable difference between their life and their creation? What is his aesthetic argument against the total success or dominance of illusion? Make your argument based on what you have read in â€œOn Truth and Untruthâ€¦.â€ Essay Format and Submission Requirements: -Normal, college-level expectations for essay-writing apply. -You need to have a thesis (stake a claim about the topic)â€“the more interesting, the better. -You need to argue in favor of that thesis?persuasively lead your leader towards you conclusion. -You need to provide concrete, evidential support for that argument (this evidence should primarily come from the texts that we have read and discussed). -And you need to present your ideas sympathetically, with the reader in mind, in a clear and compelling way. -Your paper should be no more than 1250 words long, with 12 point font and double-spaced. -The university mandates final grade submission policies, meaning that the final grades MUST be in on time, and this deadline is inflexible. I want to give you full credit for the work that you submit, so you MUST get your papers in on time. You should focus your argument around this text , â€œOn Truth and Untruth: Selected Writingsâ€ but you may put your own thoughts/criticisms here and there in analyzing Nietzscheâ€™s arguments. Particularly focus on the writings, â€œOn The Pathos of Truthâ€ and â€œOn Truth and Lie in a Nonmoral Senseâ€ as that is where you will mostly likely find Nietzsche answerâ€™s to the prompt.