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Started the book, read about 50 pages and I had nothing to show for it. I'm very interested in philosophy and have read a lot of books on the subject, however this was very complex... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hamish Hatrick
Therefore I am or some such philosophical nonsense. It is too long as a short introduction, it it satisfied the person it was bought for.Published 15 months ago by Michael Northampton
Although being only a couple of chapters in, I feel I can say this thus far:
Don't get swayed by the cover, looking very professional and having 'Oxford' written on it. Read more
Makes me want to read more Nietzsche, particularly Beyond Good and Evil. Tanner makes a brave attempt at controlling and understanding Nietzsche but even this expert loses control... Read morePublished on 3 Oct. 2011 by Mike Andrew Dawson
So you've read a bit of Nietzsche and you want to learn more. This is understandable. You know that Nietzsche - along with Freud, Marx, Darwin and a few others - is one of... Read morePublished on 24 April 2011 by Allen Baird
I am afraid this particular introduction was not very short enough for my liking.
Though I am not a philosophy scholar, I have read a decent amount on the subject; I can... Read more
One of the best, relatively recent, short introductions to Nietzsche. Although the translations used for quotations on occasion provoke despair, the approach is very well ordered... Read morePublished on 14 Feb. 2011 by C. J. Terry
I got this book from university library and the book is truly horrible as an introduction to the works of Nietzsche. Read morePublished on 2 May 2009 by Mr. K. S. M. Alghamdi