„…to the priestly class — decadence is no more than a means to an end. Men of this sort have a vital interest in making mankind sick, and in confusing the values of "good" and "bad," "true" and "false" in a manner that is not only dangerous to life, but also slanders it.“

—  Фридрих Ницше, книга The Antichrist

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The Antichrist (1888)

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