By Friedrich Nietzsche
Represents Nietzsche's try and sum up his philosophy. In 9 components the booklet is designed to provide the reader a entire suggestion of Nietzsche's concept and style: they span "The Prejudices of Philsophers," "The loose Spirit," faith, morals, scholarship, "Our Virtues," "Peoples and Fatherlands," and "What Is Noble," in addition to epigrams and a concluding poem. Beyond sturdy and Evil is essentially the most impressive and influential books of the 19th century.
This translation by way of Walter Kaufmann has develop into the normal one, for accuracy and constancy to the oddities and charm of the fashion of the original. the interpretation is predicated at the in simple terms version Nietzsche himself released, and all version interpreting in later editions. This quantity bargains an inclusive index of matters and individuals, in addition to a working footnote observation at the textual content.
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