Nietzsche is a giant amongst men, an immortal in the same league as Da Vinci, Mozart and Beethoven. To my mind his two greatest books under one cover is worthy of celebration. In my darkest hours, these books saved my life. I had to own a copy as a souvenir. What didn't kill me made my heart grow fonder. Or something.
Morrisey met Oscar Wilde, bought a few bottles of Absinth and some drugs and decided they needed their own Ziggy Stardust. Lets call him Nietzsche or something else dead easy to spell, and lets let him loose and see what happens. Well. A name beautifully tailored to toss around in Uni or Sixth form but not actually read-just mention an abyss and you're in. What you actually get on reading the boy is very good. A little too aphoristic for some but that's parents for you-apples falling trees. This guy had thought about stuff-deeply. This edition is cheap as gambling tokens. Our Fred put a lot of time and effort into this thinking lark the least you can do is actually give him a go-you'll be surprised and storing up quotes that do not include abysses for impressing the smart set.
In this book Nietzsche introduces the reader to deep psychological reasoning in the human condition with a constant awareness that the civilised span of mankind is far less than is primitive evolution.
great value.two great books at one small price.nietzsche would have been proud of the low priced books venture to increase the circulation of his wonderful knowledge as well as his book sales and widen his fan club thus allowing his cult status to grow even more.this is what the good old germans are all about,good old honesty,force and domination.'why am i so clever' f nietzsche.now there is a kick in the teeth for good old humility.