These days I'm becoming tired of the recurrent introduction of Friedrich Nietzsche as the epitome of the philosophical genius, the revolutionary whose ideas have never been as relevant as now and the prophet of the supposed decadence of our time (that may not be a universal tendency but I'm French and there is unfortunately a form of veneration for this tradition of philosophy in France).
Who are known to be the most prominent contradictors of Nietzsche? I'm looking for authors, books, texts. In particular I would be very interested in any material coming from analytical philosophy.
I know Russell gave a negative review in his History of Western Philosophy but it seems he had a limited view of Nietzsche's actual work and may have been biased by Elisabeth Nietzsche's rearrangement of her brother's work. Heiddeger is also said to have criticised Nietzsche's position but as far as I understand he is largely seen as a sort of continuator of Nietzsche's tradition.