Enlightenment, Individualism, Virtues
In Alastair MacIntyre's "After Virtue", Nietzsche is presented as (1)an emotivist, (2) the culmination of the liberal tradition, and (3) fundamentally opposed to Aristotle. All three claims are criticized, thus casting doubt not only on MacIntyre's interpretation of Nietzsche, but also on his larger account of the history of Western ethical theory and practice, as well as on his proposal that we return to the tradition which Nietzsche has called into question.
Hill, R. Kevin, "MacIntyre's Nietzsche: A Critique" (1992). Philosophy Faculty Publications and Presentations. 13.