Nietzsche's Theory Of Individuality And Humanity

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Hypothesis: Nietzsche does not combat Christianity, but Christianity interpreted for to manipulate the mind of men.
However, his writes confound the reader because he observes only a part of the elephant and refers to whole of the elephant, but this is a defect of any other philosopher and interpreter of Nature and Reality. He reads by immediate comprehension, also like any other reader.
Nietzsche is not consistent: this is the nature of man, he is in fight with his inner forces and also with internal forces of the other men externally manifested; even if no religion existed, the man intellectuality would result in dissimulations and hidden behavior, because if the other knows what one wants he has also intellectuality and he knows or he learns how annul or reverse yours efforts. The nature of man is to be in struggle against all that hinders or impedes his will of life, will of power to Nietzsche. Man has individuality but also he depends of social life with its Culture, so man is in with Culture, this is the fight between the Being of Nature x Being of Culture, that is in pccs.
This is the fight of instincts (individuality) and his modulation for social life, the norms and rules of morality as code of Ethic. “Faith” is system of significations, norms and values which helps man be winner in this struggle. Christianity knows this fight between instincts and social life and Nietzsche recognizes that “faith” coexists with this struggle until the moment in that becomes
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