The Will to Power
Presents a selection of writings from the notebooks of nineteenth-century German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, arranged by topic, covering nihilism, art, morality, religion, the theory of knowledge, and other topics.
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Walter is still the best.
That this one book would both prefigure and leap past the anglo philosophical tradition and be relegated to an unpublished "notebook" shows just what Nietzsche thought the philosopher should be...should not be.
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Perhaps the pinnacle of Nietzsche and his philosophy, based around the title idea of "the will to power". This motif is whilst recurring, definately important for an intellectual approach to everyday ... Read full review
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BOOK ONE EUROPEAN NIHILISM
History of European Nihilism
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