This happened because his sister, Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche, reworded some of his unpublished…
Stephen Corsaro

All very true. People love to quote Nietzsche out of context and fill in their own meaning. Perhaps “God is dead” is the penultimate example. It means something specific in context, nothing (or anything) out of context.

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