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Beyond Good and Evil by [Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm]
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About the Author

Marion Faber is Professor of German at Swathmore College, Pennsylvania. Robert C. Holub is Professor and Chair of the Department of German, University of California at Berkeley.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 451 KB
  • Print Length: 152 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004TS9SB6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews
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Thought provoking - one doesn't have to necessarily agree with Nietzsche's opinions to learn from what he writes. A lot of people may take issue with what he says but I think it's worth a read even though he does, at times, sound more like an angry teenager than one of the most respected philosophers the world has seen.
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Well worth the read if you have the time and inclination to pay real attention to the book, a fine addition to any library.
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if youre reading this it is probably because you are interested to know of this free kindly version is readible /dependible

answers: yes and yes. - - the paid version of this book are more easy to read and come with notes and introductions. in this version its just the text in a somewhat very old translation. but nietzsches gaity is so that one can easily read the book and understand it never the less.

the work itself is also a five-star read, incidentally.
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I was thinking of an aul drop of philosophy for the wee tablet and I says to myself says I "There's Fred Nietzsche going for a song" so I says to myself says I- "The likes of that there'll do for the likes of me " and do you know what.................................IT WAS FANTASTIC!!!
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Nietzsche is a polarizing figure in philosophy. This is a work of pure conviction, nietzsche knew and stood by what he believed, and whilst many of his opinions seem unsavoury to a liberal reader like myself, I find this work utterly compelling... even if I disagree with most of his views.
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As a non philosophy student did I understand every word of this book? - no. But as a writer I found it fascinating; a whole book on how the writer viewed the world without the framework of plot and characters to hide behind. It was very interesting to see how human nature itself doesn't really change. There were sections that could have been written today about reality television and politics.
Thought provoking and honest.
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This is of course one of Nietzsche's fundamental texts. What I like about this free Kindle edition is that it has page numbers - Not often found in a free edition.
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I wish, I really wish the publisher had not used CAPITALS instead of italics. I Love the book but I would actually suggest getting a different version.
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