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OSHO uses Nietzsche's diatribe against man's beliefs in his own impotence as a means of clarifying the true nature of the superman – Nietzsche's concept that was so tragically perverted by Adolf Hitler.
He unveils the superman as a man inalienably connected to the cosmos, a mystic and an innocent, cleansed of the need for conquest. He also discusses Nietzsche's concept of will-to-power, revealing how it can integrate man and lead him towards creativity.