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The Antichrist

Friedrich Nietzsche

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Save for his raucous, rhapsodical autobiography, Ecce Homo, The Antichrist is the last thing that Nietzsche ever wrote, and so it may be accepted as a statement of some of his most salient ideas in their final form. Of all Nietzsche’s books, The Antichrist comes nearest to conventionality in form. It presents a connected argument with very few interludes, and has a beginning, a middle and an end.

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. . .ey enjoyed unbroken happiness and perpetual youth.

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What is good?—Whatever augments the feeling of power, the will to power, power itself, in man.

What is evil?—Whatever springs from weakness.

 What is happiness?—The feeling that power increases—that resistance is overcome.

Not contentment, but more power; not peace at any price, but war; not virtue, but efficiency (virtue in the Renaissance sense, virtu, virtue free of moral acid).

The weak and the botched shall perish: first principle of our charity. And one should help them to it.

What is more harmful than any vice?—Practical sympathy for the botched and the weak—Christianity....

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The problem that I set here is not what shall replace mankind in the order of living creatures (—man is an end—): but what type of man must be bred, must be willed, as being the most valuable, the most worthy of. . . Read More

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Dios está muerto!El hombre es Dios!...o tal vez,no?
Este libro se ha convertido en una de mis obras favoritas!

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“La compasión es la pr

Der Antichrist = The Antichrist, Friedrich Nietzsche

The Antichrist is a book by the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, originally published in 1895.

In The Antichrist, Nietzsche presents a highly controversial view of Christianity as a damaging influence upon western civilization that must come to an

Nietzsche comes down so hard on christianity that he makes Christopher Hitchens look positively Presbyterian.

"This book belongs to the very few." ~FN

In his preface, Nietzsche anticipates a probable backlash to what he is about to publish. He states that only a person of sound intellect, one who is a

I love Nietzsche jedes mal, what can I say. I love his witty, sarcastic and controvertional thoughts.

I love how he starts the book by clamming the reader has to have achieved a certain state of consciousness to be able to read him and that they need seven solitudes experience to understand him.

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لنتفق أن نيتشه أشد حبًا للمسيح من تابعيه وإن لم يُدرك هو ذلك!

هذا الكتاب لا يقل أهمية عن هكذا تكلم زرادشت نقرأ الاثنين ونفهمهم لنستطيع فهم نيتشه جيدًا، هو بمثابة تكملة وتوضيح له.
من عنوان الكتاب الفرعي نستطيع أن نستدل عما وراءه: مقال اللعنة على المسيحية..
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"The Antichrist" begins with the writer's egotistical pledge to become immortal, & then he pretty much backs his shit up. Masterfully. He identifies his readership & reading Nietzsche is like joining a secret club that's more than a century old. Indeed, one feels like a pariah when trying to discern

Um, WOW!

The anti-christ is really anti-Christianity. Nietzsche talks about how Christianity is the religion of the weak, the low, the botched and the "outcast among men".

He asks the reader, "why labour together, trust one another, or concern one's self about the common welfare, when every man, beca

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