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The book which challenged the existing dogmas and principle of its times


Containing 296 aphorisms, Friedrich Nietzsche’s
Beyond Good and Evil
critiques Christian morality and the philosopher’s ideas of truth, and explores his own philosophical take on human psychology. This book looks into concepts about ‘the free spirit’, nationalism, moral concepts of good and evil and the virtues of European culture. Nietzsche became an outspoken critic of German nationalism, anti-Semitism and religious dogmatism. Before collapsing and suffering a nervous breakdown in 1889, which left him in a vegetative state till 1900—the year of his death—
Nietzsche wrote Beyond Good and Evil, On the Genealogy of Morality, Twilight of the Idols, The Antichrist, Ecce Homo, The Case of Wagner and Nietzsche Contra Wagner
between 1886 and 1888.

 

About the Author

The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was born in Prussia in 1844. After the death of his father, a Lutheran minister, Nietzsche was raised from the age of five by his mother in a household of women. In 1869, he was appointed professor of Classical Philology at the University of Basel, where he taught until 1879 when poor health forced him to retire. He never recovered from a nervous breakdown in 1889 and died 11 years later. Known for saying that ‘god is dead’, Nietzsche propounded his metaphysical construct of the superiority of the disciplined individual (superman) living in the present over traditional values derived from Christianity and its emphasis on heavenly rewards. His ideas were appropriated by the Fascists, who turned his theories into social realities that he had never intended.
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Beyond Good And Evil

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  • ISBN: 9789355200662
  • Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
  • Publisher: Rupa
  • Pages: 224
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

The book which challenged the existing dogmas and principle of its times


Containing 296 aphorisms, Friedrich Nietzsche’s
Beyond Good and Evil
critiques Christian morality and the philosopher’s ideas of truth, and explores his own philosophical take on human psychology. This book looks into concepts about ‘the free spirit’, nationalism, moral concepts of good and evil and the virtues of European culture. Nietzsche became an outspoken critic of German nationalism, anti-Semitism and religious dogmatism. Before collapsing and suffering a nervous breakdown in 1889, which left him in a vegetative state till 1900—the year of his death—
Nietzsche wrote Beyond Good and Evil, On the Genealogy of Morality, Twilight of the Idols, The Antichrist, Ecce Homo, The Case of Wagner and Nietzsche Contra Wagner
between 1886 and 1888.

 

About the Author

The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was born in Prussia in 1844. After the death of his father, a Lutheran minister, Nietzsche was raised from the age of five by his mother in a household of women. In 1869, he was appointed professor of Classical Philology at the University of Basel, where he taught until 1879 when poor health forced him to retire. He never recovered from a nervous breakdown in 1889 and died 11 years later. Known for saying that ‘god is dead’, Nietzsche propounded his metaphysical construct of the superiority of the disciplined individual (superman) living in the present over traditional values derived from Christianity and its emphasis on heavenly rewards. His ideas were appropriated by the Fascists, who turned his theories into social realities that he had never intended.

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