Nietzsche was a right-leaning anarchist, a "rebel aristocrat" (Domenico Losurdo).

He was vividly against democracy, socialism, and equality.

He criticized John Stuart Mill, rejecting his Utilitarianism and his "harm principle" (cf. Russell's History of Western Philosophy).

But did he positioned himself explicitly against classical liberalism?

In particular, what about the position of Nietzsche on these tenets of classical liberalism:

_religious toleration

_equality before the law

_rule of law

_free market

_freedom of expression

Did he clearly and explicitly oppose to them?



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