How Did Nietzsche Influence Society

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Influence of Friedrich Nietzsche Friedrich Nietzsche had a remarkable ability for saying things that can shake anyones beliefs and ideals.He once declared “It is my ambition to say in ten sentences what others say in a whole book.”Years after his death his disturbing talent for turning a person's worldview upside-down with one jarring remarks lives on.Some of his remarks and quotes are that hit the nerves and makes you critically analyze on your own ideals and beliefs.He targets the very pillars or the foundation on which society is based or formed. Friedrich Nietzsche had a tremendous impact on German culture and society during lifetime and beyond.Some of quotes and writing had deep impact of the political system in twentieth century…show more content…
Hitler's radical views of a dominating others, his insane desire of Aryan elite, as well as Hitler's relationship to Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche signal a connection to Nietzsche's work. There is a great debate between historians and various other readers of Nietzsche works that does work represent Anti-semitism.Well Nietzsche's was an atheist and critically of all religions. He believed that god does not exist and was a creature of the society.He disproved the existence of all gods.He believed that if there were gods in this worlds how could he not bear to be god,thus there was no god in this world.Though he was critical of all religions but he was typical against Christianity and also wrote a book titled “The Anti-Christ”. The Twilight of the Idols is one of the writings by Nietzsche that talk about the consequence of and the effect that “death of the God” have on the society.”Death of God” according to Nietzsche means that god never really existed but the faith in Him did and now that is dead what impact on the society it will have.According to him with the death of God dies all objectives truths and objective values,laws or mortality.He argued that there will be no free will of ours.We will have no one to take care of us and we will be responsible of our

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