Riedrich Nietzsches On The Genealogy of Morals

Explain the quote from the book of On the Genealogy of Morals by Friedrich Nietzsche on page 57, One is forced to admit something even more disturbing: that, from the highest biological point of view, legal conditions may be nothing more than exceptional states of emergency, partial restrictions which the will to life in its quest for power provisionally imposes on itself in order to serve its overall goal: the creation of larger units of power.

Please use the quotation from the book when explaining or referring to it.