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Intro to Nietzsche (Intro To)
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Intro to Nietzsche (Intro To)

by Laurence Gane, Piero (Illustrator)
 

Friedrich Nietzsche’s insights into psychology, morality, and religion seem as prescient today as they seemed controversial in his lifetime. In the century since his death, his provocative speculations on the existence of God, the limitations of scientific knowledge, and the endpoint of human evolution have intrigued and inspired world leaders as well as

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Friedrich Nietzsche’s insights into psychology, morality, and religion seem as prescient today as they seemed controversial in his lifetime. In the century since his death, his provocative speculations on the existence of God, the limitations of scientific knowledge, and the endpoint of human evolution have intrigued and inspired world leaders as well as students and philosophers. Intro to Nietzsche is an essential guide for anyone who wants to understand the foundations of this great thinker’s complex but fascinating philosophy.

Combining informative text with imaginative modern graphic art, this book illuminates ideas and themes associated with Nietzsche that have become popular concepts in Western thought, including the Eternal Recurrence, the Will to Power, and the Superman.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781435116221
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
07/20/2009
Series:
Intro to Series
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
5.60(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Laurence Gane lives in Wales and teaches philosophy at the Royal College of Art.

Piero is an illustrator, artist, and graphic designer whose work has twice been

included in the Royal College of Art’s The Best of British Illustration.

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