Language is an important element of human life and an important area of study of philosophy. Many philosophers were interested in the nature of language. Nietzsche was a philosopher who conveyed his critical reasons through the use of 'particular' language. He mainly used aphorisme writing, not logical writing. I saw that Nietzsche's aphorisme writing was not an inevitable result of chance or morbidity, but a project to express his criticism and creative spirit.
Nietzsche pointed out that language was used as a tool to establish the truth, oblivious to the arbitrary and arbitrary limitations of language before. To correct this perception process, Nietzsche planned flexible and creative writing that could express the will of human fluid and sensory forces. The metaphor underlying the project goes beyond mere rhetoric and claims to have the power of artistic creation.
After all, Nietzsche's new style is an expression of criticism and creative spirit, as well as a philosophical core consistent with the art-oriented theory that penetrates his entire philosophy.