'Nietzsche loathed capitalism and capitalists (and the cultural and
aesthetic vulgarity he saw as their legacy) and also despised what he
called "the selfishness of the sick" (Thus Spoke Zarathustra) and the "self-interested cattle and mob" (Will to Power). What he admired was "severe self-love," the kind "most profoundly necessary for growth" (Ecce Homo). "Virtue, art, music, dance, reason, spirituality"--all the things "for whose sake it is worthwhile to live on earth" (Beyond Good and Evil)--all
demand such severe self-love, and for this reason, and this reason
only, Nietzsche wanted to disabuse those capable of such excellences of
their false consciousness about the morality of altruism.'
Not Angels' writing. Angels' syntax isn't transparent enough, prose clear or simple enough. It's here:
the usual suspect.