Nietzsche and Christianity's Evil
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This paper looks at some of the reasons German Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche believed that Christianity was one of the greatest sources of evil in the world. The writer notes that some of the reasons included are: pity, weakness, theologians, barbarism, intolerance of other perspectives, and its hatred and subjugation of the natural world. The writer makes use of "The Antichrist" as a base for the arguments in this article.
From the Paper:"Friedrich Nietzsche believed that Christianity was not only incorrect in its perceptions of life and the world, but that it was inherently wrong and evil in propagating its myths and beliefs in the world. Nietzsche believed all things that did not come from power or seek to enhance or increase power were bad or evil. He saw Christianity as a weakness that was more harmful than anything else in the world because of its inherent sense of pity for all that is weak and broken in the world. He believed that "the weak and the botched" should be allowed and even encouraged to perish, which would increase the power and therefore happiness in the world. He believed that all theologians were his arch-enemies, and the enemies of philosophy and thought and actual progress of humankind."
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