Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits

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U of Nebraska Press, 1984 - Philosophy - 275 pages
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"Offers dazzling observations of human psychology, social interaction, esthetics and religion. The book is one of the best examples of Nietzsche's ability to unmask the essence of social reality and expose the origins of our illusions."-New York Times Book Review. Translated by Marion Faber and Stephen Lehmann. Introduction and notes by Marion Faber.
 

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I would definitely recommend to read this book first, before tackling the rest of Nietzsche's work.

Contents

Preface
3
On the History
39
Religious Life
77
From the Soul
103
Signs of Higher
138
Man in Society
176
Woman
195
A Look at
210
Man Alone with
234
An Epilogue
268
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About the author (1984)

Introducingøthis New Bison Books edition is Arthur C. Danto, Johnsonian Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Columbia University and the author of many books, including Nietzsche as Philosopher.

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