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Jungian psychologist Liliane Frey-Rohn describes the psychological factors that brought Nietzsche into the depths of his own nature through a process in which sacrifice, loss and intense loneliness alternated with hero worship and "audacious self-glorification."
In this book, a number of human problems are explored and discussed in relation to the brilliant but haunted biography of the 19th century philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche. The problem of good and evil, the search for personal truth, the questions of nihilism and life’s meaning, and the dangers of self-inflation in the wake of religious experience are each considered in this in-depth psychological analysis. The author sheds new light on Nietzsche’s extraordinary life and work, illuminating many aspects of his personal spiritual struggle, while providing insights into some of the most basic and problematic questions that confront us all.