'The Antichrist' Summary
Nietzsche claims in the preface to have written the book for a very limited readership. In order to understand the book, he asserts that the reader "must be honest in intellectual matters to the point of hardness to so much as endure my seriousness, my passion. "The reader should be above politics and nationalism. Also, the usefulness or harmfulness of truth should not be a concern. Characteristics such as " strength which prefers questions for which no one today is sufficiently daring; courage for the forbidden" are also needed. He disregards all other readers:
Very well, then! of that sort only are my readers, my true readers, my readers foreordained: of what account are the rest?—The rest are merely humanity.—One must make one's self superior to humanity, in power, in loftiness of soul,—in contempt.
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