What makes a Nihilist?
In the first chapter of "The Will to Power" the Nihilistic attitude is vividly portrayed by Friedrich drawing on his meditations and thorough analysis of the history of the moral interpretation of life.
"The supreme values in whose service man should live, especially
when they were very hard on him and exacted a high price-these
social values were erected over man to strengthen their voice,
as if they were commands of God, as "reality," as the "true" world,
as a hope and future world. Now that the shabby origin of these
values is becoming clear, the universe seems to have lost value,
seems "meaningless"-but that is only a transitional stage." - Friedrich Nietzshe
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