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Look into the people who followed after him, Camus is someone good for extending his phil and thought, while Foucault for the most part has some good critiques that pit N as a struggle against language. So I think It would be worth looking into criticisms of the existentialists as a whole, from Kierkegaard to Sartre. As everyone after the former (Kierkegaard) was influenced b N.
>His philosophy is the bedrock of Western civilization at this point and denying him means denying all major scientific and technological advances since his time.
t. I've never read Nietzsche
pic is mfw I read this
Sure it wasn't because of the sophists :-) ? Nietzsche did say they were correct and Plato was wrong after all

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