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  1. Homer and Classical Philology by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, 2010-07-24
  2. Thus Spake Zarathustra: A Book For All and None (Volume 1) by Friedrich Nietzsche, 2010-10-01
  3. We Philologists - Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche, Volume 8 by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, 2010-07-12
  4. Basic Writings of Nietzsche (Modern Library Classics) by Friedrich Nietzsche, 2000-11-28
  5. On the Future of our Educational Institutions by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, 2010-07-06
  6. The works of Friedrich Nietzsche ... by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, 2009-05-01
  7. Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche, 2010-10-23
  8. The Portable Nietzsche (Portable Library) by Friedrich Nietzsche, 1977-01-27
  9. The Anti-Christ by Friedrich Nietzsche, 2010-03-28
  10. Unpublished Writings from the period of Unfashionable Observations: Volume 11 (The Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsch) (v. 11) by Friedrich Nietzsche, 2000-01-01
  11. Thoughts Out of Season Part I by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, 2010-03-07
  12. The Birth of Tragedy: The Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche by Friedrich Nietzsche, 2007-04-03
  13. The Gay Science: With a Prelude in Rhymes and an Appendix of Songs by Friedrich Nietzsche, 1974-01-12
  14. The philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche by H L. 1880-1956 Mencken, 2010-08-25

1. Friedrich Nietzsche - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Then in 1894, Lou AndreasSalomé published her book, Friedrich Nietzsche in His Works. Andreas-Salomé had known Nietzsche intimately in the early 1880s and
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Name Friedrich Nietzsche Birth 15 October R¶cken bei L¼tzen Province of Saxony Death August 25 Weimar Germany School/tradition Weimar Classicism ; precursor to Continental philosophy existentialism postmodernism poststructuralism ... psychoanalysis Main interests aesthetics ethics ontology philosophy of history ... value-theory Notable ideas Apollonian and Dionysian death of God eternal recurrence herd-instinct ... ressentiment Influenced by Dostoevsky Emerson Goethe Kant ... Spinoza Influenced Mann Bataille Camus Sigmund Freud ... Stefan George Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche October 15 August 25 IPA [ˈfʁiːdʁɪ§ ˈvilhelm ˈniːtʃə] ), was a German philosopher . He wrote critiques of religion morality , contemporary culture , philosophy, and science , using a distinctive style and displaying a fondness for aphorism . Nietzsche's influence remains substantial within and beyond philosophy , notably in existentialism and postmodernism . His style, and radical questioning of the value and objectivity of truth, raise considerable problems of interpretation, generating an extensive secondary literature in both continental and analytic philosophy . Nonetheless, his key ideas include interpreting tragedy as an affirmation of life, an

2. Friedrich Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche born as the son of a Lutheran pastor and a devout hausfrau. His father died mad - in 1849. Rejecting his father s faith,
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Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) German philosopher and critic of culture, who influenced a number of the major writers and philosophers of the 20th century Germany and France. Nietzsche's most popular book, Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1883-1885), went ignored at the time of its appearance. Full of provocative ideas, Nietzsche was a master of aphoristic form and use of contradictions. Before and after the rise and fall of the Nazis, he was widely misrepresented as an anti-Semite and a woman hater, and many philosophers found it difficult to take his writings seriously. Like the Danish philosopher Kierkegaard (1813-1855), Nietzsche often contradicted himself. "All beings hitherto have created something beyond themselves: and ye want to be the ebb of that great tide, and would rather go back to the beast than surpass man?
What is the ape to man? A laughing-stock, a thing of shame. And just the same shall man be to the Superman: a laughing-stock, a thing of shame.
Ye have made your way from the worm to man, and much within you is still worm. Once were ye apes, and even yet man is more of an ape than any of the apes. "

3. Friedrich Nietzsche --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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4. Friedrich Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche s Complete Writings Online, including his letters from 18651889.
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Homer and Classical Philology
The Future of our Educational Institutions
The Birth of Tragedy (trns. W. Kaufmann)
The Birth of Tragedy (trns. Ian Johnston)
On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense
We Philologists (trns. J. M. Kennedy)
Untimely Meditations I
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Untimely Meditations III Untimely Meditations IV Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits Assorted Opinions and Maxims The Wanderer and His Shadow Daybreak: On the Prejudices of Morality The Gay Science Thus Spake Zarathustra (trns. T. Common) Beyond Good and Evil (trns. Ian Johnston) Beyond Good and Evil (trns. Helen Zimmern) On the Genealogy of Morals: A Polemic The Antichrist (trns. W. Kaufmann) The Antichrist (trns. H.L. Mencken) Ecce Homo Nietzsche Contra Wagner (trns. W. Kaufmann) Twilight of the Idols (trns. W. Kaufmann) The Will To Power Poetic Writings Idylls From Messina Dionysus Dithyrambs: I II III IV V ... IX Letters, 1865-1889. 1878: I II III 1881: I ... XIX t h e p h i l o s o p h y p a g e s General Philosophy Philosophy Theology var addthis_pub = 'davidmckay';

5. Friedrich Nietzsche - Wikiquote
Objecting to his sister Elisabeth, about her marriage to the antisemite Bernhard Förster, in a Christmas letter (1887) in Friedrich Nietzsche s Collected
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Jump to: navigation search Thus do I counsel you, my friends: distrust all in whom the impulse to punish is powerful! Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche ) was a German philosopher, whose critiques of contemporary culture, religion, and philosophy centered on a basic question regarding the foundation of values and morality.
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    The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently.
    • The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently.
      • The Dawn, Sec. 297 There are no facts, only interpretations.
        • Notebooks, (Summer 1886 – Fall 1887) In Germany there is much complaining about my "eccentricities." But since it is not known where my center is, it won't be easy to find out where or when I have thus far been "eccentric." That I was a philologist , for example, meant that I was outside my center (which fortunately does not mean that I was a poor philologist). Likewise, I now regard my having been a

6. Friedrich Nietzsche
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Nietzsche in Turin : An Intimate Biography
by Lesley Chamberlain. British journalist Lesley Chamberlain chronicles the extraordinary year, 1888, during which the expatriate German philosopher wrote three of his greatest works: Twilight of the Idols The Antichrist , and Ecce Homo . More fundamentally, Chamberlain reclaims Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) from cliché, replacing the misogynist, proto-fascist madman of myth with a vulnerable human beingproud, lonely, an avid walker and eaterwho questioned all received wisdom in his effort to give men and women their freedom. Chamberlain's elegant text is passionately personal, buttressed by careful scholarship. She succeeds admirably in her goal "to befriend Nietzsche."...

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8. Philosophers : Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
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An individualistic moralist rather than a systematic philosopher, influenced by Schopenhauer and by his early friendship with Richard Wagner, he passionately rejected the "slave morality" of Christianity for a new, heroic morality that would affirm life. Leading this new society would be a breed of supermen whose "will to power" would set them off from the "herd" of inferior humanity. His writings, e.g., Thus Spake Zarathustra (1883-91) and Beyond Good and Evil (1886), were later used as a philosophical justification for nazi doctrines of racial and national superiority; most scholars, however, regard this as a perversion of Nietzsche's thought. See Also:

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11. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche - Wikipedia, La Enciclopedia Libre
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12. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
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13. Friedrich Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche s Twilight of the Idols. Click here for a brief overview of Nietzsche s philosophy. On the first page of this book Nietzsche famously
Friedrich Nietzsche's Twilight of the Idols Click here for a brief overview of Nietzsche's philosophy On the first page of this book Nietzsche famously writes: " Whatever does not kill me makes me stronger. " [This is an obvious lie and might be regarded as evidence of Nietzsche's hysteria. For more on this see below.] Nietzsche's goal is a revaluation of all values , a thorough checking of the old inherited beliefs. He is not rejecting all old values, but sounding them out to see which ones are hollow. This is what doing philosophy with a hammer means. Like Mill he suspects that much, if not all, past moral philosophy has merely dressed up unquestioned values in the language of reason. Unlike Mill, he thinks that what people really want is not pleasure but some sense of meaning in life. For this they will suffer almost any hardship or pain. " The will to a system is a lack of integrity. " The desire for a system, a consistent theory (such as utilitarianism) is a desire for a kind of neatness not found in oneself. It is a fantasy, and a hypocritical one at that. We do not really want consistency, we want exceptions. [This is what I think he means, anyway.] It is honorable to be honest because one hates dishonesty, but cowardly to be honest because God forbids dishonesty. [So much for Mill's first external sanction.]

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German philosopher who reasoned that Christianity's emphasis on the afterlife makes its believers less able to cope with earthly life. He argued that the ideal human being, the Ubermensch, would be able to channel passions creatively instead of suppressing them. His written works include Beyond Good and Evil (1886) and Thus Spake Zarathustra (1883-1892).
Nietzsche, Friedrich (Wilhelm) Nietzsche's contention that traditional values had lost their influence over individuals was expressed in his proclamation “God is dead.” His claim that new values could be created to replace traditional ones led to his concept of the overman, or superman ( transhuman ) . According to Nietzsche, the masses conform to tradition, whereas the overman is secure, independent, and individualistic. The overman feels deeply, but his passions are rationally controlled. The overman creates a “master morality” that reflects the strength and independence of one who is liberated from all values, except those he deems valid.
Nietzsche denied that any overmen had yet arisen, but he mentioned individuals who could serve as models, including Greek philosopher Socrates, Italian artists

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Friedrich Nietzsche. Friedrich Nietzsche, 1906 Oil on canvas. Your Comments. Jessi wrote on Jan 27, 2002 I love the position of Nietzsche against the


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I love the position of Nietzsche against the horizon. The mountain formations behind his head change the scene from landscape to a symbol of the enlightenment pouring from the great philosopher's mind. Nietzsche stands on a bridge that overlooks the swirling world below, but I don't believe he is looking down upon it. His expression reveals he is deep in thought, standing on his perch closer to the sky than to the hills below. A beautiful and accurate depiction of this master of thought. One can almost feel what he is thinking... Caz wrote on Jan 6, 2002:
...To The Dude: I would like to react to your comment. I think Celia's comment was very valid as it is her opinion. She may not know who the man is, but he certainly looks old and he certainly looks thoughtful. You may have written a lot more, but she started with 'I think..' and so you should respect that. The Dude wrote on Apr 17, 2001:

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18. Friedrich Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher of the late 19th century who challenged the foundations of traditional morality and Christianity.
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Friedrich Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher of the late 19th century who challenged the foundations of traditional morality and Christianity. He believed in life, creativity, health, and the realities of the world we live in, rather than those situated in a world beyond. Central to Nietzsche's philosophy is the idea of "life-affirmation," which involves an honest questioning of all doctrines which drain life's energies, however socially prevalent those views might be. Often referred to as one of the first "existentialist" philosophers, Nietzsche has inspired leading figures in all walks of cultural life, including dancers, poets, novelists, painters, psychologists, philosophers, sociologists and social revolutionaries.
Life: 1844-1900
From the ages of 14 to 19, Nietzsche attended a first-rate boarding school, Schulpforta, located not far from Naumburg, where he prepared for university studies. Here he met his lifelong acquaintance, Paul Deussen, who was confirmed at Nietzsche's side in 1861, and who was to become an Orientalist, historian of philosophy, and in 1911, the founder of the Schopenhauer Society. During his summers in Naumburg, Nietzsche led a small music and literature club named "Germania," and became acquainted with Richard Wagner's music through the club's subscription to the

19. Friedrich Nietzsche (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
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Life of Jesus Critically Examined Das Leben Jesu kritisch bearbeitet The World as Will and Representation History of Materialism and Critique of its Present Significance In 1867, as he approached the age of 23, Nietzsche entered his required military service and was assigned to an equestrian field artillery regiment close to Naumburg, during which time he lived at home with his mother. While attempting to leap-mount into the saddle, he suffered a serious chest injury and was put on sick leave after his chest wound refused to heal. He returned shortly thereafter to the University of Leipzig, and in November of 1868, met the composer Richard Wagner (1813-1883) at the home of Hermann Brockhaus (1806-1877), an Orientalist who was married to Wagner's sister, Ottilie. Brockhaus was himself a specialist in Sanskrit and Persian whose publications included (1850) an edition of the Vendidad Sade The Birth of Tragedy On the Origin of Moral Feelings Unfashionable Observations Human, All-Too-Human

20. The Perspectives Of Nietzsche
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