will to power


will to power

will to power ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. (in the philosophy of Nietzsche) the self-assertive creative drive in all individuals, regarded as the supreme quality of the superman.

Origin of will to power First recorded in 1895–1900 Examples from the Web for will to power Historical Examples of will to power

  • The culmination of the Will-to-Power and its final apotheosis.

    The Roycroft Dictionary

    Elbert Hubbard

  • Against this will-to-power of their employers the steel workers have fought long and valiantly.

    The Great Steel Strike and its Lessons

    William Z. Foster

  • For that peace we struggle against the dull inflexibility of the German Will-to-Power.

    War and the Future

    H. G. Wells

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