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Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche was a German philosopher, cultural critic, composer, poet and linguist, whose work has profoundly influenced the history of modern knowledge. He was born on October 15, 1844 and died on August 25, 1900. Before turning to philosophy, he started his career as a classical linguist.

Nietzsche's writings deal with philosophical dialectics, poetry, cultural criticism and novels and prefer aphorisms and satire.

The outstanding element of his philosophy is his radical criticism of the truth in favor of opinionism. His genealogical criticism of religion and Christian morality and related theories about male and slave morals, his affirmation of aesthetics about the existence of the "death of God" and the deep crisis of nihilism. His thoughts on Apollonians and Dionysus and the expression of human subjects as an expression of the will to compete, collectively referred to as the will to power.

He increasingly used his creativity to overcome social, cultural and moral backgrounds and to achieve new values. His work spans a wide range of subjects, including art, linguistics, history, religion, tragedy, culture, and science, and is influenced and influenced by philosophers such as Arthur Schopenhauer, composer Richard Wagner, and writer John Wolf, and figures such as Wolfgang von Goethe and inspired.

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