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Friedrich Nietzsche
Birth date: October 15, 1844
Died: August 25, 1900
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Domhnall rated it 9 months ago
“Was there ever a better hour for gaiety? Who will sing us a song, a morning song, so sunny, so light, so full-fledged that it does not chase away the crickets but instead invites them to join in the singing and dancing?” [383]The style of writing adopted by Nietzsche – although it appealed to him ...
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Ernesto Rafael Santana's Book Blog rated it 2 years ago
Primera vez que leo a Friedrich Nietzsche. Un poco pesado, pero me gustó; en muchas cosas estoy de acuerdo con sus ideas, en otras no. jajaja Lo recomiendo.
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Tolle Lege!. rated it 3 years ago
Nietzsche is really speaking about the death of tragedy not its birth. He really doesn't like humanism in any of its variations. He says that it's our experiences which give us our understanding (a very Husserlian Phenomenological thing to say). The instinct, emotion, passion, the mysticism withi...
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Tolle Lege!. rated it 3 years ago
Three essays each coherent. This is Nietzsche's best work. Almost all of his major ideas lurk within this book. I would recommend the audio version. There's just something about Nietzsche that when he's read aloud you just feel the contempt and frustration you know he has for mankind and even th...
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Url Phantomhive rated it 3 years ago
I was a little bit afraid to start this collection of Aphorisms, because the last one I read, another one of the Little Black Classics, was a real disappointment. I'd previously only seen a little bit of Nietzsche in class, but was curious to what he had to say. I can only speak for this short editi...
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