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  1. the fact is that Nietzsche's philosophy does not have a clear “dogmatism”. Karl Jaspers in his work Nietzsche and Christianity gives this characteristic of all his works:

    Nietzsche is able to say and does say absolutely anything, without being constrained by any contradictions. That is why truth in the Nietzschean sense is obviously impossible to find in any particular guise, in the form of a formulated thesis. In studying Nietzsche, we must first think out the thought in its immediate meaning, then let it develop , and finally push it to the limit, to the turning point where it removes itself. All that Nietzsche says is only a function of a certain appearance, which can become an expression of truth, but only as a Whole that exists everywhere and nowhere. In Nietzsche's work, there is a deceptively seductive antinomy – between the drastics of apodictic statements, as if in this phrase the complete and final truth is expressed, and the infinite dialectic of all-again abolishing possibilities.”

    Therefore, it is not surprising that Nietzsche can be used by everyone who is not lazy to confirm their theses and prejudices. About the same Christianity-he has absolutely different statements, as a result of which it is generally difficult to understand whether he considers the church and Christians to be a stronghold of lies and all sorts of abominations, or still a model and ideal of aspirations. Apparently, this also applies to the question of will, power, the overthrow of traditions, the desire to remake the world, the spirit of the superman, who builds his world without any backward glance.

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