I first read this book when i was in high school back the the late 80 s I was not certain about my philosophical or theological viewpoints at the time, and I expected to be met with a well thought out argument against Christianity This is not what I found Instead, I found the rantings of an angry man who was clearly reacting against Christians and the Church proper and wrongly leveling his disgust against Christianity itself His arguments were weak and ill formed at best Needless to say, I was disappointed that Nietzsche could not mount a better attack than he did I had previously found similar weak arguments based mostly on emotion in the text The Tyranny of God by Joseph Lewis Although I am a Christian today, I am reasonably certain that I could develop a stronger argument against Christianity than Nietzsche or Lewis which I obviousl I love Nietzsche jedes mal, what can I say I love his witty, sarcastic and controvertional thoughts I love how he starts the book by clamming the reader has to have achieved a certain state of consciousness to be able to read him and that they needseven solitudes experience to understand himwhat is happiness The sensation that power is growing and one resistance has been tamed lovely Being Nietzsche the anti Christ himself, he puts Christianity into such a down level that it s impossible to even make a straight comment on that He says Christianity wants to annul intellectuality that it feeds on the weak They want to make people sick, weaken them in order to tame them It annuls sensations, the joy of sensation, and chastity makes the cul I will write a review of The Antichristit will involve growing up around my eloquent and Nietzsche obsessed brother and the resulting aversion I have to every bit of his closet Libertarian, brazenly pro Rand philosophy, and will break down the anti humanitarian elements of Nietzche s diatribe which bother me, hinting at the seductive quality of his dominant, persuasive writing style and how I constantly struggle against disagreeing with him since he is, to all appearances, dead serious in breaking down the importance of each person caring about himself and doing right by his own set of principles rather than wasting precious, horrifyingly brief time worshiping a godheadI will pump my fist in the air for him as he decries the cleverly masked harm within org
Um, WOW The anti christ is really anti Christianity Nietzsche talks about how Christianity is the religion of the weak, the low, the botched and the outcast among men He asks the reader, why labour together, trust one another, or concern one s self about the common welfare, when every man, because he has an immortal soul is as good as every other manthat insignificant bigots and the three fouths insane may assume that the laws of nature are constantly suspended in their behalf He further notes that Christianity finds sickness necessary The actual ulterior purpose of the whole system of salvation of the church is to make people ill.
I found this book very fascinating I kept waiting for lightening to strike me down while I read this book oP When I take my Literary class THIS is the book I will be doing my report on Which of course means I have to I was expecting a structured, rigorous, and objective argument against Christianity Instead I found an anti Semitic, sexist, elitist, emotionally garbled, and unstructured list of insults and rants degrading any religious or spiritual individual to an inherently weak, even sub human entity Considered by Mencken to be his magnum opus, the very death of God personally, the only thing his work devours is its own very weak arguments.
Nietzsche had an unwarranted hatred for Christianity His worldview certainly does not make for a peaceful world and he was clearly in a grumpy mood when he wrote this His world is one which the strong dominate and the weak are trampled upon and even destroyed I guess he has a point there This philosopher who spoke of the death of God is certainly going to rattle a few cages He kind of fails because doesn t use logical reasoning and historical text taken in the right context to back what is essentially a hatred of the darker institutional side of Christianity Without Christian or Jewish texts to back a personal opinion shared ✓ Der Antichrist: Fluch auf das Christentum ✓ The Antichrist, is written by the philosopher, Frederich Nietzsche, and in this book, Nietzsche explains his view on Christianity, and he goes on to tell us how tremendously damaging it is to western civilisation It is rather immediate to the reader, that he wishes Christianity to come to an end.
This short book presents itself as angry ramblings, and I found it to be rather intense It certainly wasn t intense enough to put me off, though I LOVED it Nietzsche is masterful in his philosophical rants, and I mostly agree with what he says There were some parts that didn t feel as solid with me, but some kind of hit me square on in the face He certainly knew what he was talking about.
Reading this book definitely begs th De Esc Ndalo Para Idiotas, Arma Arrojadiza En Manos Torpes, O Cumbre P Stuma Del Inquietante Pensamiento Y De La Palabra Pasional Y Devastadora De Friedrich Nietzsche El Anticristo, Como Toda La Obra Filos Fica Del Insigne Alem N, Ha Sido Interpretado De Muy Diversos Modos Dos, Tres O Hasta M S Sentidos Se Encierran En Una Hermen Utica Precisa Pero Desconcertante, Destructora Pero Germen De Una Libertad Desconocida Hasta ↠´ Der Antichrist: Fluch auf das Christentum ✓ Download by ✓ Friedrich Nietzsche Entonces La Del Superhombre Nietzsche Es El Anticristo, La Subversi N A Un Lastre De Siglos Que Han Desvirtuado La Religi N No Es Una Negaci N, Es La Apertura De Un Calendario A Una Nueva Existencia, Fechada En El D A Primero Del A O UnoDe Septiembre DeDe La Falsa Cronologia As an atheist, I wish I had liked this better but it s too full of crazy name calling and smug self congratulating and angry bellowing, leaving about only 1 3 of the book to explain his ideas Which I can t say are super crazy, I mean, when it boils down to it, he says Catholicism is the anti christ because it never understood Jesus s real message, which was to live naturally and in a sort of live and let live or die way, and instead perverted the message and turned it into shenanigans about hell and sin and immortal life, thus negating every natural instinct and the value of actual life by stressing the importance of life after death And that s a worthy idea, I think, it s just pretty much burrowed into a lot of hate and craziness and KANT I HATE YOUUUU and hating Jews and women and other men and Germans and people in general You can t even say he was specifically Unlike many other people who have reviewed this book, I do not believe that Nietzsche was an idiot It is extremely obvious in The Antichrist, that Nietzsche was strongly right wing, and therefore had a strongly right wing outlook on life This is NOT a book for someone who is NOT right wing themself, and also CLOSED MINDED TOWARD OTHER WAYS OF THINKING Its true, Nietzsche s beliefs are not democratic He did not believe that all men were created equal He believed that strength was good, that weakness was bad, and that the strong should rule over the weak He saw Christianity as something that was embracing all the weaknesses in man, and therefore something that was universally wrong I am not saying that I am a supporter of Nietzsche s philosophy In reality I am a very Left Wing thinker I am not racist in any way, and I am not against any religion in its