Saturday, May 23, 2009
The Antichrist - F. W. Nietzsche
Epitome of Anti-Christianity
"The Christian concept of a god—the god as the patron of the sick, the god as a spinner of cobwebs, the god as a spirit—is one of the most corrupt concepts that has ever been set up in the world: it probably touches low-water mark in the ebbing evolution of the god-type. God degenerated into the contradiction of life."
If I believed in destiny, fate, karma, etc. I would say that Nietzsche was sent to us as a punishment. To stir and wake up from our deep slumber that deluded all humanity.
This last book of Nietzsche, offers strong arguments against Christianity (or religion) and fallacies of society.
If you never read before Nietzsche, it may be hard to read for the first time. But if you try, you'll understand what is great in him.
Related to: Thus Spoke Zarathustra by F. W. Nietzsche
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