Publisher Description

19th-century literary and philosophical masterpiece introduces the controversial doctrine of the Ubermensch, or "superman," a term later perverted by Nazi propagandists. A provocative work that was designed to inspire readers to transcend the limitations of conventional morality.

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
1899
December 31
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
455
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
435
KB

Customer Reviews

Ivana Humpsalot ,

Rewarding read

Through beautiful old english, this enlightened tale of human morality and our surpassing of conventional wisdoms is layered in beautiful metaphors. This book is not for the feint of heart; it’s beautiful language takes patience and intelligence to understand, however if you take the time to learn as you read, you may find yourself swept off your feet by its intricate detail, its evolutionary ideology, and once again, it’s poetic nature.

Guido51 ,

Thus Spoke Zarathustra

The translation is old and the language is quite antiquated. Makes a tough read that much harder. The notes at the end leave a lot to be desired. For instance his handling of Eternal Recurrence leaves out a huge ethical component if the doctrine in the way that it relates to the overman (superman). The end of the notes states that they are not in a final form, but since they are dated 1905 I doubt we will see them updated.

rossandbeth ,

Rambling nonsense

If there’s a point to his ramblings it’s not clear, good books are a joy to read. This book probably had some point to make but it was hidden, and after over a hundred pages I’ll call it quits.

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