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Human, All Too Human provided Nietzsche with the occasion to initiate his critique of modern democracy. "The time is coming". - that is, the time for a new politics and a new conception of politics. He wrote in this spirit that the medieval Church had once aimed at being a universal institution and had sought to serve the highest interests of the mankind. The states and nations of history give a suffocating impression of being petty, mean, materialistic, and narrow in space. These states are, of course, serving real needs, whereas the politics of the Church had been built on illusion. The belief that the authority of government has divine origins reflects the dominant self-image of the modern absolute state. The Nietzsche's reflections on politics and the history and future of the state, contrast on the one hand, to Hegel's and, on the other, to Marx's.
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