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5.0 out of 5 stars Decoding Nietzsche's BGE, 16 Jun. 2009
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N. Condliffe (Leicestershire, England) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: A Beginners Guide to Nietzsche's "Beyond Good and Evil" (Paperback)
Beyond Good and Evil, much like Nietzsche's philosophy generally, is something of a conundrum. This guide by Gareth Southwell provides clear explanations of all the individual sections of the text, as well as drawing together the key themes that arise throughout. As a teacher, I found it particularly helpful due to the inclusion of plenty of evaluation points, something normally lacking in analyses of Nietzsche's work but essential to prepare students for their A level examinations. I recommended it to my students this year and was heartened to see a number of copies make their way into the classroom. I'm convinced that this guide will greatly improve their revision for this unit.
More guides on more areas of philosophy please Gareth!
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A Beginners Guide to Nietzsche's "Beyond Good and Evil" by Gareth Southwell (Paperback - 12 Dec. 2008)
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