The Riddle of Nietzsche's Philosemitic Anti-Judaism
Friedrich Nietzsche's overt hostility toward and contempt for Christianity were unusual in his day, but in the following century they became, and remain, more common. Nowadays Nietzsche is something of a cultural icon, and his belief that Christianity is not merely false, but unnatural, harmful, and hostile to life is becoming more normative than many Christians realize.
The reasons for Nietzsche's hatred of Christianity—and "hatred" is not too strong a word here—are no . . .
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