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Topic - Friedrich Nietzsche
My least favorite saying is the quintessential queen of exhortations: “That which does not kill us makes us stronger.” We have the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche to thank for it. Because I know the world of feeling alone, the idea angers me.
Friedrich Nietzsche famously announced the death of God more than a century ago. Scholars and sociologists alike have been trying to prove him right — or wrong — ever since. Regardless of religious affiliation, just about everyone agrees that God has been on the wane in the West for quite some time.
Friedrich Nietzsche famously announced the death of God more than a century ago.
As reported by one reviewer in Nietzsche's book "Der Antichrist," he laments that the Germans had not created their own god in over 2,000 years.