Thus Spoke Zarathustra (inbunden)
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Butler-Bowdon, Tom (series ed.)/Johnson, Dirk R. (introd.)
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Thus Spoke Zarathustra (inbunden)

Thus Spoke Zarathustra

The Philosophy Classic

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A startling and thought-provoking work from one of the most powerful philosophers in the Western canon Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Philosophy Classic, is Friedrich Nietzsches classic masterpiece of philosophy and literature. Nietzsche writes from the perspective of Zarathustra who, after years of meditation, has come down from a mountain to provide his wisdom to an unsuspecting world. He offers enduring observations on God, the bermensch, the will to power, and the nature of human beings. This deluxe hardback Capstone edition includes an insightful introduction from leading Nietzsche scholar Dirk R. Johnson Perfect for students and scholars of philosophy, literature and history, Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Philosophy Classic belongs in the libraries of anyone interested in the philosophy of Nietzsche and in his powerful explorations of God, life, power, and humanity.
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Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher, essayist, and critic whose writings on truth, morality, culture, history, power, and consciousness have made him one of the most remarkable thinkers in Western philosophy. Dr. Dirk R. Johnson is Elliott Professor of Modern Languages at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. He is a leading Nietzsche scholar and the author of Nietzsche's Anti-Darwinism. Dr Johnson has a Masters in political science, philosophy, and German from the University of Bonn, and a Ph.D. in German Studies from Indiana University. Tom Butler-Bowdon is series editor of the Capstone Classics series and has written introductions for Plato's Republic, Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations, Machiavelli's The Prince, and Marx' & Engels' The Communist Manifesto. A graduate of the London School of Economics, he is also the author of 50 Philosophy Classics, 50 Politics Classics, and 50 Psychology Classics.


Part One Zarathustras Prologue 3 Zarathustras Discourses 29 The Three Metamorphoses 30 The Academic Chairs of Virtue 34 Backworldsmen 39 The Despisers of the Body 44 Joys and Passions 47 The Pale Criminal 50 Reading and Writing 54 The Tree on the Hill 57 The Preachers of Death 62 War and Warriors 65 The New Idol 68 The Flies in the Market-Place 73 Chastity 78 The Friend 81 The Thousand and One Goals 85 Neighbor-Love 89 The Way of the Creating One 92 Old and Young Women 97 The Bite of the Adder 101 Children and Marriage 104 Voluntary Death 108 The Bestowing Virtue 113 Part Two The Child with the Mirror 123 In the Happy Isles 128 The Compassionate 133 The Priests 138 The Virtuous 143 The Rabble 148 The Tarantulas 153 The Famous Wise Ones 158 The Night-Song 163 The Dance-Song 167 The Grave-Song 172 Self-Surpassing 177 The Sublime Ones 183 The Land of Culture 187 Immaculate Perception 192 Scholars 197 Poets 201 Great Events 207 The Soothsayer 213 Redemption 219 Manly Prudence 227 The Stillest Hour 232 Part Three The Wanderer 239 The Vision and the Enigma 244 Involuntary Bliss 252 Before Sunrise 258 The Bedwarfing Virtue 263 On the Olive-Mount 272 On Passing-By 277 The Apostates 282 The Return Home 289 The Three Evil Things 295 The Spirit of Gravity 303 Old and New Tables 310 The Convalescent 341 The Great Longing 352 The Second Dance-Song 357 The Seven Seals (Or The Song of Yes and Amen) 363 Part Four The Honey Sacrifice 371 The Cry of Distress 377 Talk with the Kings 382 The Leech 389 The Magician 394 Out of Service 404 The Ugliest Man 411 The Voluntary Beggar 419 The Shadow 426 Noontide 432 The Greeting 437 The Supper 446 The Higher Man 449 The Song of Melancholy 465 Science 471 Among Daughters of the Desert 476 The Deserts Grow: Woe Him Who Does Them Hide! 478 The Awakening 484 The Ass-Festival 490 The Drunken Song 496 The Sign 508