Synopses & Reviews
A Genealogy of Morality is Nietzsche's most important work on morality. A polemical contribution to moral and political theory, it traces the history of concepts such as guilt, responsibility, and justice, offering insight into Nietzsche's assessment of modern times as the epoch of nihilism. This volume contains new translations of the Genealogy and The Greek State and sections from other of Nietzsche's work to which he refers within it (Human All Too Human, Daybreak, The Joyful Science, and Beyond Good and Evil).
New translation of key moral text with sections of related work and usual introduction.
This volume provides a translation of a key moral text with sections of related work and usual introduction.
'This volume contains new translations of A Genealogy of Morality, Nietzsche\'s most important work on morality, and of The Greek State and sections from his other writings. The introduction places the Genealogy in the context of Nietzsche\'s thought, with a chronology and a guide to further reading.\n
Includes bibliographical references (p. xxvii-xxxii) and indexes.