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Nietzsche claimed that the "Twilight of the Idols" was a general introduction to his philosophy. Against the current of his times, he attacked Greek civilization as the ultimate source of decadence. Socrates and Plato are vilified, and the concept of a 'real' world beyond that which we see is scorned as a moral 'optical illusion'. "The Anti-Christ" offers a similarly pungent critique of Christianity, pointing out that the Gospels reveal two contradictory views of Jesus, one a 'bringer of joy' the other a preacher of Last Judgment, Sin, and Guilt.

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ISBN:
9781907523663
Author:
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm
Publisher:
Aziloth Books
Subject:
Philosophy : General
Publication Date:
20101131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English

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"Synopsis" by , Nietzsche claimed that the "Twilight of the Idols" was a general introduction to his philosophy. Against the current of his times, he attacked Greek civilization as the ultimate source of decadence. Socrates and Plato are vilified, and the concept of a 'real' world beyond that which we see is scorned as a moral 'optical illusion'. "The Anti-Christ" offers a similarly pungent critique of Christianity, pointing out that the Gospels reveal two contradictory views of Jesus, one a 'bringer of joy' the other a preacher of Last Judgment, Sin, and Guilt.
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