If you've ever wanted to deepen your understanding of Nietzsche's The Antichrist, then this new edition of H.L. Mencken's translation with commentary by Dr. Anthony Metivier and Nietzsche's original German text will help you understand:
* Why Nietzsche thinks that Christianity is always a weakness and never a strength.
* Why Nietzsche feels that Christianity originated in slavery, and has tried to reproduce slavery in its followers ever since.
* Why Nietzsche finds that Christianity is a religion of anger and resentment.
* Why Nietzsche feels that this resentment has been such a strong social force throughout history (even if resentment can't entirely explain the rise and ongoing prevalence of Christianity).
* Why Nietzsche thinks that responsibility for harms produced by the Chrisian ideal can never be separated from the priests and their congregations.
* Why Nietzsche explains that the law of love in Christianity is actually a law of hate.
* Why Nietzsche thinks that Christianity destroyed the cultures of the ancient world and continues destroying the present world.
* How Nietzsche says that Buddhism and Christianity are connected - and what separates them.
* Why nature is far and above teleology in merit and value in Nietzsche's thinking.
* Why Nietzsche feels that the Germans are to be scorned above all for their involvement with Christianity.
* Demonstrations of how Nietzsche "thought historically."
* The psychological effects and purposes behind the mythologies of Christianity.
*... and much, much more.
Listen, none of Nietzsche's ideas are overly complicated. And this set of commentaries is designed to bring out all of them in crisp detail for contemporary readers.
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Every day that you haven't understood the main arguments in one of the most important philosophy books of all time, you are literally missing out on Nietzsche's key contribution to human thought, one that will change how you think about Christianity and many other aspects of the human species and its foibles.
It might even change your life.
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