عنوان مقاله [English]
The religion of Mazdisna is one of the oldest religions in the world, which, despite the abandonment of the Avestan and Pahlavi languages and scripts, has long been considered by human schools and teachings. The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was not deprived of the philosophy and wisdom of Zoroastrianism even after many centuries and extensive social changes in the life of mankind, and it seems that many of his words are influenced by this religion. The present study examines the similarities between these two rituals and philosophical methods in a descriptive-comparative way. The result of this research strengthens the possibility of the connection and influence of Mazdisna's religion on Nietzsche's views, so that in representing the self-founded subject of Nietzsche, the will in an anonymous inner vision is focused on power. The interpretation which in Mazdisna is called Emshaspandan sale, and just as they are the spiritual forms of the world of creation, in Nietzsche's world, objects are manifestations of the truth of their essence. The main focus of Nietzsche's thought is to create and build a world free of long-standing presuppositions and superstitions.As heresy has been the highest desire of the Prophet Mazdista in Avestan Iran.One of Nietzsche's approaches is the emergence of new ideas and the sinking of incompatible ideas. Also, from the Zoroastrian point of view, the Fravehars of the living are stronger than the Forouhars of the dead. In two approaches, the superman or Sushyant is the immortal and last creation who will make the world free from the evil of lies and man immortal.