Nietzsche

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ISBN : 9788130715971

 

Author : Crain Brinton

 

Pages : 222 pp

 

Year of Publishing : 2019

 

Binding : Hardcover

 

Publisher : Cosmo Publications

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“Mr. Crain Brinton’s Nietzsche is in spirit and method the work of one of the shrewdest and most original of our younger historians. And, as a primarily biographical and popular essay, it is fortunately free of that sacerdotal solemnity with which the subject is commonly approached. Indeed, it is written with such brilliance and skill that it will be well not to overlook the soberness and force of conviction on which its argument is based. – Excerpt from the book review by Dr. Victor Lange in the Philosophical Review, published by the Duke University Press

Brief Contents
INTRODUCTION
I. THE STUDENT
ll. THE PROFESSOR
III. THE PROPHET
IV. WHAT NIETZSCHE HATED
V. WHAT NIETZSCHE WANTED
VI. NIETZSCHE-IN-HIMSELF
VII. THE GROWTH OF A REPUTATION
VIII. NIETZSCHE AND THE NAZIS
IX. NIETZSCHE IN WESTERN THOUGHT: PROPHECY ON A PROPHET

The book is part of the “Makers of Modern Europe” series published by the Harvard University, under able guidance and chief editorship of Dr. DONALD C. McKAY.

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