In my Existentialism class we’ve been working our way through Beyond Good and Evil. To say the least, Nietzsche is certainly not a boring character (neither in his sense of the word, nor generally). The following is currently my favourite epigram of his:
“When a woman has scholarly inclinations there is usually something wrong with her sexually. Sterility itself disposes one toward a certain masculinity of taste; for man is, if I may say so, “the sterile animal.”
Nietzsche loves the unenlightened woman. Is this offensive? Certainly not nearly so as his diagnosis of enlightened man!