Review of Reviews,  13 (1896), 421.

"Wickedness is Man's Best Strength". A Blast Against the Monstrous Regimen of Virtue




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Edward Newman Free Review


Philosophy, Ethics, Natural Law, Biology, Darwinism, Mental Illness

    Claims that Friedrich W Nietzsche 'bases his argument against altruism on biology. He treats it as an attempt to fly in the face of natural selection'. Insists, however, that this 'sort of "reasoning" leads to where Nietzsche has himself arrived—to the madhouse', and notes the 'paradox that this truculent champion of egoism is now entirely dependent on the altruistic care of the community'.

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