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Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for Everyone and No One (Penguin Classics)

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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 eleven 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.

R. J. Hollingdale has translated eleven of Nietzsche’s books and published two books about him. He has also translated works by, among others, Schopenhauer, Goethe, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Lichtenberg and Theodor Fontane, many of these for the Penguin Classics. He is Honorary President of the British Nietzsche Society, and was for the Australian academic year 1991 Visiting Fellow at Trinity College, Melbourne.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Part One

Zarathustra's Prologue

Zarathustra's Discourses:

Of the Three Metamorphoses

Of the Chairs of Virtue

Of the Afterworldsmen

Of the Despisers of the Body

Of Joys and Passions

Of the Pale Criminal

Of Reading and Writing

Of the Tree on the Mountainside

Of the Preachers of Death

Of War and Warriors

Of the New Idol

Of the Flies of the Market-Place

Of Chastity

Of the Friend

Of the Thousand and One Goals

Of Love of One's Neighbour

Of the Way of the Creator

Of Old and Young Women

Of the Adder's Bite

Of Marriage and Children

Of Voluntary Death

Of the Bestowing Virtue

Part Two

The Child with the Mirror

On the Blissful Islands

Of the Compassionate

Of the Priests

Of the Virtuous

Of the Rabble

Of the Tarantulas

Of the Famous Philsophers

The Night Song

The Dance Song

The Funeral Song

Of Self-Overcoming

Of the Sublime Men

Of the Land of Culture

Of Immaculate Perception

Of Scholars

Of Poets

Of Great Events

The Prophet

Of Redemption

Of Manly Prudence

The Stillest Hour

Part Three

The Wanderer

Of the Vision and the Riddle

Of Involuntary Bliss

Before Sunrise

Of the Virtue That Makes Small

On the Mount of Olives

Of Passing By

Of the Apostates

The Home-Coming

Of the Three Evil Things

Of the Spirit of Gravity

Of Old and New Law-Tables

The Convalescent

Of the Great Longing

The Second Dance Song

The Seven Seals (or: The Song of Yes and Amen)

Part Four

The Honey Offering

The Cry of Distress

Conversation with the Kings

The Leech

The Sorcerer

Retired from Service

The Ugliest Man

The Voluntary Beggar

The Shadow

At Noontide

The Greeting

The Last Supper

Of the Higher Man

The Song of Melancholy

Of Science

Among the Daughters of the Desert

The Awakening

The Ass Festival

The Intoxicated Song

The Sign

Notes

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panagiota-petra0, November 27, 2009 (view all comments by panagiota-petra0)
indeed , a book for everyone and no one. Nietzsche was absolutely right when he wrote that. in my opinion... a gift from Friedrich Nietzsche to humanity, i can't describe my feelings every time i read that book again and again, each time it's like the first time. highly recommended to all, this book is absolutely perfect, the best of Nietzsche.
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Product Details

ISBN:
9780140441185
Subtitle:
A Book for Everyone and No One
Translator:
Kauffmann, Walter
Translator:
Hollingdale, R. J.
Translator:
Kauffmann, Walter
Author:
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm
Author:
Nietzsche, Friedrich
Author:
Hollingdale, R. J.
Translator:
Kauffmann, Walter
Publisher:
Penguin Classics
Location:
Harmondsworth ;
Subject:
General
Subject:
Philosophy
Subject:
Modern
Subject:
Superman
Subject:
Superman (Philosophical concept)
Subject:
History & Surveys - Modern
Subject:
History & Surveys - 19th Century
Subject:
Philosophy : General
Subject:
Philosophy-Surveys
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Paperback / softback
Series:
Penguin Classics
Publication Date:
19611130
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
from 12
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
352
Dimensions:
7.77x5.10x.84 in. .57 lbs.
Age Level:
from 18

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