Nietzsche and Fascism and Hobbes and Liberalism
Can Nietzsche be linked to the growth of Fascism?
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche was born in 1844 to a very religious Lutheran family. He was to follow in his father's steps and was set to become a clergyman himself. After discovering philosophy he decided against theology and philology and took up philosophy after transferring to the University of Leipzig. Nietzsche's theories were abstract but they touched on religion, politics, human motivation, morals and the idea of an ideal man. He maintained that the Universe is always changing and it is never constant, and this can be seen in many o…
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