[ US /ˈnitʃi/ ]
- influential German philosopher remembered for his concept of the superman and for his rejection of Christian values; considered, along with Kierkegaard, to be a founder of existentialism (1844-1900)
How To Use Nietzsche In A Sentence
- The preoccupation with the problem of evil, asserts Nietzsche, enervates the human spirit.
- The writings of a great amoralist - a de Sade, a Stirner, a Nietzsche - can inspire a handful of murders in two centuries.
- Thus, Nietzsche underlines our creative power in playing with masks, in taking up selves only to put them down again.
- Man is the cruelest animal. Friedrich Nietzsche
- We can see in this Nietzsche's aspirations towards a total philosophy of life.
- Instead of searching for a modern definition of culture, Nietzsche transposes an archaic ideal of culture (modeled after the stratified society of ancient Greece) onto modern society.
- Nietzsche rejected the Kantian distinction between a noumenal and phenomenal world.
- Many a man fails as an original thinker simply because his memory is too good. Friedrich Nietzsche
- There are no eternal facts, as there are no absolute truths. Friedrich Nietzsche
- And his philosophical musings influenced a much later, left-handed thinker: German philosopher Frederick Nietzsche.