Nietzsche: A Critical Life

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One of the most important moral philosophers since Plato, and scarcely less important than Marx and Freud as a pioneer of modern thinking, Nietzsche was a genius whose ideas should be seen in the context of his life - a life of isolation and unremitting illness, culminating in madness when he was only 44. This text is an in-depth analysis of Neitzsche's personal and philosophical evolution, placing his writings within the context of his life. The book examines the mind and motivation of the man and reveals the continuity ...

Nietzsche: A Critical Life 1982, Penguin Books

ISBN-13: 9780140062748

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Nietzsche: A Critical Life 1980, Littlehampton Book Services Ltd

ISBN-13: 9780297776369

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