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Friedrich Nietzsche was a German Philosopher and a cultural critic. His writings on morality, nihilism, power and the truth exerted significant influence on intellectual history and European philosophy. While the contemporary world perceived the nineteenth century with unrestrained optimism due to the rise of the German state and significant strides in the field of science, Nietzsche saw this period as one that faced a fundamental crisis in values. He asserted that “The highest values devaluing themselves” to showcase how the Christian worldview no longer held a prominent explanatory role in the lives of many people due to scientific evolution (Nietzsche). Nietzsche’s view is captured in the phrase “God is dead” to infer that science introduced a new set of values that displaced the Christian ideals.

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