Titles In This Set :
1. Human, All Too Human
2. Thus Spake Zarathustra
3. Beyond Good and Evil
4. On the Genealogy of Morals
5. Ecce HomoDescription :Human, All Too Human
Ranging from a few words to a few pages, the aphorisms in Human, All Too Human present Friedrich Nietzsche's thoughts on a variety of subjects, including the nature of reality Imetaphysics); moral feelings, especially the concepts of good and evil; the argument that great art is the product of hard work as opposed to genius' and inspiration; free-thinking; the evolution of men, women, and children; and the
limitations that people put on their own thoughts and reasoning Human, All Too Human marks a fascinating turning point in the work of one of the 19th century's greatest philosophers.Thus Spake Zarathustra
"Could it be possible? This old saint in the forest hath not yet heard of it, that God is dead!' The ancient Persian prophet Zarathustra descends from a life of solitude on the
mountain to announce to the world that God has been supplanted by the 'Superman',
the divine in human form. In one of the most radical and influential works of modern philosophy, Friedrich Nietzsche lays out the new standards of morality after the death of God'. Frequently misrepresented (and hijacked to dangerous purpose by Nazi intellectuals), Thus Spake Zarathustra is a work of profound brilliance and poetic mastery which still provides meaning in today's complex and changing world.Beyond Good and Evil
"He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.' Expanding on his ideas from Thus Spake Zarathustra, Nietzsche's radical polemic Beyond Good and Evil undermines the assumptions of traditional morality and encourages us to think more critically about the world in which we live. In this famous text, Nietzsche considers past philosophers and religious leaders from Socrates to Descartes to
Schopenhauer with a critical and pessimistic eye. Questioning the blind following of religious faith, he examines the deeper question of who is truly good or evil. Beyond Good and Evil presents a unique perspective of the human mind offered through the words of one of history's most controversial philosophers.On the Genealogy of Morals
"The sight of suffering does one good, the infliction of suffering does one more good this is a hard maxim, but none the less a fundamental maxim, old, powerful, and "human, all-too-human"." this daring and insightful work, Nietzsche lays bare the hypocrisies at the foundations of our ideas of morality. Considering ideas of good and evil, guilt and conscience, and law and violence along the way, On the Genealogy of Morals takes the reader on a journey through the history of value systems in three
masterful essays. Through his provocative account, Nietzsche seeks to do nothing less than unravel the mysteries of human nature.Ecce Homo
'What could have happened to me?... How did I soar to such heights, above the rabble sitting by the well?' Ecce Homo is Nietzsche's compelling autobiography, written in 1888, just weeks before he succumbed to madness. Nietzsche's last great work, a fascinating and bizarre text, traces the development of his own philosophy and the thinkers who influenced him along the way. Both shocking and revealing, Ecce Homo is a window into the mind of one of Germany's most acclaimed philosophers.
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