Part four of seven.
A series evaluating: “The Madman” by Friedrich Nietzsche. Considering the madman’s proclamation that “God is dead.”
Here in Part Four, we will look at three major ideas: 1) the madman’s accusation that “all of us are [God's] murder’s”, 2) the madman’s idea that if God is dead, then existence itself is unhinged because God is not there to stabilize it, 3) the image of death and the gravediggers, and close by introducing the idea that if God is dead so is atonement.
In parts Five and Six we will continue our look at some of the motifs in “The Madman”.
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