I reply to that, that if the overman is sure to come, why should I bother about him?
"I was just telling your husband how much I like his picture," overman informed her.
He took his father's place as overman, and diligently superintended the works of this colony of miners.
To foreshadow the resultant human type, Nietzsche resurrected from Goethe's vocabulary the convenient word bermensch—“overman.”
The racial will, as we have seen, must be taught to aim at the overman.
Only the fixed conjoint purpose of many generations of aspiring men will be able to create the overman.
She had seen him in his hour of strength, that hour when the overman makes half-gods out of mortals.
He was a sort of brutal overman; one could not help admiring the kind of barbaric splendour there was about him.
He had read something about free love, and thought he should like to be an overman and superior to petty jealousies.
I met three friends one afternoon, who said they had been buying "overman" stock at auction at eight dollars a foot.