Twilight of the Idols, The Antichrist, Ecce Homo – Unabridged Classics for Friedrich Nietzsche

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Life is at an end where the kingdom of God begins. Twilight of the Idols, or, How to Philosophize with a Hammer (1889) serves as a short introduction to Nietzsche?s work. The book is divided into 12 sections. In it, Nietzsche criticises German culture of the time calling it decadent and nihilistic and shines the spotlight on antiquity. The Antichrist by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was published in 1895. Though it was written in 1888, publication was delayed because of the controversial nature of its content. Nietzsche expresses his dissatisfaction with modernity in this work. He also introduces his concept of will to power, using it to define concepts such as ?good?, ?bad? and ?happiness?. Ecce Homo: How One Becomes What One Is is the last original book written by Nietzsche. Penned in 1888, it was not published until 1908 since the subject matter was considered controversial. In this seminal work, Nietzsche presents a fresh and unconventional image of himself as an individual and a philosopher. The book features many chapters with sardonic titles such as ?Why I Am So Wise?, ?Why I Am So Clever? and ?Why I Write Such Good Books?.

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    • Dimensions
      19.8 x 12.9 x 1.8 cm
    • Weight
      200 g
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      Om Books International
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