Twilight of Idols and Anti-Christ
'Twilight of the Idols', an attack on all the prevalent ideas of his time, offers a lightning tour of his whole philosophy. It also prepares the way for 'The Anti-Christ', a final assault on institutional Christianity. Both works show Nietzsche lashing out at self-deception, astounded at how often morality is based on vengefulness and resentment. Both reveal a profound understanding of human mean-spiritedness which still cannot destroy the underlying optimism of Nietzsche, the supreme affirmer among the great philosophers.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - quantum_flapdoodle - LibraryThing
Twilight of the Idols: Nietzsche takes on many of the idols of modern life, and reduces them to pulp in an effort at revaluation of all values. Written lucidly and clearly, Nietzsche brings to philosophy a voice that can be taken seriously, not the least because it can be understood. Read full review
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Twilight of the Idols was written by Friedrich Nietzsche with the intention of having it serve as a brief, compact presentation of his philosophical themes, resulting in the most thematically ... Read full review