Nietzschean Arrogance

Among my writings, my Zarathustra holds a special place. With it, I gave my fellow-men the greatest gift that has ever been bestowed upon them. This book, whose voice resounds across the ages, is not only the loftiest book in the world, the veritable book of the mountain air–the whole phenomenon, mankind, lies at an incalculable distance beneath it–but it is also the deepest book, born of the inmost fullness of truth; and inexhaustible well, into which no pitcher descends without rising again laden with gold and goodness. 

-Friedrich Nietzsche in the preface to Ecce Homo

Nietzsche denied the existence of morals or values which apparently included the virtue of humility. And the research continues…

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