I sat beside John Bolton whose nietzschean whiskers bristled at the turn history had taken.
Jerry Siegel initially conceived Superman as a nietzschean über-mensch with telepathic powers who was bent on world domination.
I thought you couldn't be in earnest about the nietzschean philosophy.
Barring the nietzschean who had functioned in his absence, none had expected him.
The natural innocence of genuine pagan delight draws back instinctively from the savage excesses of the nietzschean "blond beast."
As he watched her go, the nietzschean edifice seemed to shake and totter.
They form the best possible introduction to nietzschean thought.
The whole of the younger generation have become nietzschean in politics, and believe in the will to power—der Wille zur Macht.
The nietzschean note is unmistakable in the two plays contained in the present volume.
In other words, to use nietzschean terminology, the ethical taint even then existed, though in a less virulent form.
1904, in reference to the ideas or followers of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900).