In this video, the lecturer discusses Friedrich Nietzsche's views on morality and how he critiques traditional moralities, including Christian and utilitarian moralities, which he sees as lacking in certain life-affirming values and potentially harmful to human life. Nietzsche questions the value and worthiness of traditional moralities and whether they have obstructed or promoted human flourishing. He also proposes the idea of a certain type of vitalism that brings out the best in humans, but he doesn't claim to know what is good or evil. Instead, he believes that judgments of what is good and evil come about through past historical struggles that humans have somehow just latched onto. Nietzsche's views on the origin and worthiness of morality are complex and scattered throughout his works, leaving an open question of what exactly he is trying to achieve through his critique and proposals.