Will to Freedom: Or, the Gospel of Nietzsche and the Gospel of Christ

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PREFACE

THESE lectures were delivered at Lake Forest College in May, 1915. Since then I have rewritten the text and added many notes. Even so, this book is not a complete treatment of Nietzsche. So much has been written about him that that may not seem needful.

I would beg the reader to bear in mind this fact: The author's interest in Nietzsche is not due to the war, nor does it date from 1914. To what extent Nietzsche is a creator as well as a prophet of the modern German mind I have not discussed. Speaking in a neutral country, I could not do that. Nor do I propose to discuss it now. The reader will find much help from Mr. Santayana's brilliant and witty work on Egotism in German Philosophy. This I had not read until these lectures

-xv-

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  • Title Page iii
  • THE BROSS FOUNDATION vii
  • Preface xv
  • Contents *
  • I - Friedrich Nietzsche: The Man 1
  • II - The Gospel of Nietzsche 58
  • III - Nietzsche and Christianity 102
  • IV - Nietzsche's Originality 159
  • V - The Charm of Nietzsche 213
  • VI - The Danger and the Significance of Nietzsche 266
  • Index 317
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