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Friedrich Nietzsche's Atheism

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The idea men are free from artificially imposed rules is known as

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1. Which of these is the best summary of Nietzsche's views on Christian beliefs?

2. Übermensch can be translated as

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You've got the chance here to be assessed on concepts such as artificially imposed rules, Nietzsche on Christianity and God, Ubermensch, and Nietzsche's suggestions for life.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

On this quiz and worksheet, you'll be asked about:

  • Rules that don't apply to idea men
  • The way Nietzsche looked at God and Christianity
  • What ubermensch means in English
  • Nietzsche's life advice

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about what Nietzsche thought of God
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding Nietzsche's way of looking at 'fake' rules
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the word ubermensch and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

View our related video lesson called Friedrich Nietzsche's Atheism to tighten your grasp on the beliefs of Nietzsche. Use this lesson to expand your knowledge of:

  • Nietzsche's atheism
  • Atheists and Christians
  • Nietzsche's guidelines for becoming an ubermensch
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