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Definition of Immoralist
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Immoralist
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1. The Ground and Goal of Human Life by Charles Gray Shaw (1919)
"Far different was the attitude of the individualistic immoralist of the nineteenth century: realizing that nature has, not too slender, but too strong a ..."
2. Affirmations by Havelock Ellis (1915)
"At the same time, and while Nietzsche's immoralist is just as austere a person as the mere moralists who have haunted the world for many thousand years, ..."
3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1899)
"How did Nietzsche develop into an immoralist? Simply by way of reaction against the influence of Schopenhauer in combination with the traditional ..."
4. A Dictionary of Religion and Ethics by Shailer Mathews, Gerald Birney Smith (1921)
""immoralist" is primarily the critic (dissector or analyst) of morality. By "blond beast" he means the Aryan who came down on and conquered the ..."
5. The Life of Nietzsche by Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche (1915)
"for that gigantic, solitary thinker has left his mark on history as the very reverse of an immoralist. Zarathustra was the first who saw, amid the conflict ..."