There is much disagreement in Nietzsche scholarship.
by Georgio Colli and Mazzino Montinari (de Gruyter, 1967- )
But in "The Eternal Return" Nietzsche discovers that all gods die, even the Superman. He believed that all history necessarily moved in a cycle, endlessly repeating all past events-"There is nothing new under the Sun." Nietzsche deduced this disappearing conclusion from the two premises of (1) a finite amount of matter and (2) an infinite amount of time (since there is no creator and no creation); thus every possible combination of elementary particles, every possible world, occur an infinite number of times, given infinite time. All, even the Superman, will return again to dust, and evolve worms, apes, man and Superman again and again.
by Peter Gay (Modern Library, 2000)
His attack here on Herbert Spencer (aphilosopher who tried to apply evolutionary theory very broadly,leading him to endorse for example eugenics) shows his impatience atleast with the most simplistic kind of philosophical use ofevolutionary theory.
by Kelly Oliver and Marilyn Pearsall (Penn.
Evil-skeptics give three main reasons to abandon the concept ofevil: (1) the concept of evil involves unwarranted metaphysicalcommitments to dark spirits, the supernatural, or the devil; (2) theconcept of evil is useless because it lacks explanatory power; and (3)the concept of evil can be harmful or dangerous when used in moral,political, and legal contexts, and so, it should not be used in thosecontexts, if at all.
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One way out of this problem for N might be to argue that the features that were recognized as noble are only contingently features of nobility, and rather arise from being independent, self-willed, autonomous, etc.