Writings from the Early Notebooks PDF Ç from the

Writings from the Early Notebooks PDF Ç from the

Writings from the Early Notebooks ➿ [Download] ➽ Writings from the Early Notebooks By Friedrich Nietzsche ➵ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Nietzsche's unpublished notes are extraordinary in both volume and interest and indispensable to a full understanding of his lifelong engagement with the fundamental uestions of philosophy This volume Nietzsche's unpublished notes are extraordinary in both the Early ePUB ☆ volume and interest and indispensable to a full understanding of his lifelong engagement with the fundamental uestions of philosophy This volume includes an extensive selection of the notes he kept during the early years of his career They address the philosophy of Schopenhauer the nature of tragedy the Writings from PDF \ relationship of language to music the importance of Classical Greek culture for modern life and the value of the unfettered pursuit of truth and knowledge which Nietzsche thought was a central feature of western culture since it was first introduced by Plato They contain startling and original answers to the uestions which were to occupy Nietzsche from the Early PDF/EPUB æ throughout his life and demonstrate the remarkable stability and consistency of his fundamental concerns They are presented here in a new translation by Landislaus Lob and an introduction by Alexander Nehamas sets them in their philosophical and historical contexts.


2 thoughts on “Writings from the Early Notebooks

  1. Nate Markham Nate Markham says:

    Incredible book I have been wanting to read this for so long and have finally finished it Once again the Cambridge translation is crystal clear and meticulously notated Learned as much from the footnotes as i did the text Nietzsche uses words from other languages and cites ancient texts all throughout history but assumes his reader is well versed in all of his citations The Cambridge translations have taken this into account and notated everything painstakinglyThe book itself is made up of a selection of Nietzsche's private notes from age 24 30 1868 1874 It shows his early development while reading his greatest influence Schopenhauer He develops his arguments against Schopenhauer and Wagner here He notes a major change in a dramatic way near the end of the book using capital letters and exclamation points something like from this point on I deny any metaphysicThis book contains his proofs Numbered logical euations running through all these simplified premises that he never published His published work is like the most complicated version of these arguments he could develop hah You can tell that he is still learning a lot at this time and is uncovering big stuff and working it in to his already vast understanding of literatureCan't wait to read this book again


  2. Daniel Daniel says:

    Reference material for Nietzsche buffs


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2 thoughts on “Writings from the Early Notebooks

  1. Nate Markham Nate Markham says:

    Incredible book I have been wanting to read this for so long and have finally finished it Once again the Cambridge translation is crystal clear and meticulously notated Learned as much from the footnotes as i did the text Nietzsche uses words from other languages and cites ancient texts all throughout history but assumes his reader is well versed in all of his citations The Cambridge translations have taken this into account and notated everything painstakinglyThe book itself is made up of a selection of Nietzsche's private notes from age 24 30 1868 1874 It shows his early development while reading his greatest influence Schopenhauer He develops his arguments against Schopenhauer and Wagner here He notes a major change in a dramatic way near the end of the book using capital letters and exclamation points something like from this point on I deny any metaphysicThis book contains his proofs Numbered logical euations running through all these simplified premises that he never published His published work is like the most complicated version of these arguments he could develop hah You can tell that he is still learning a lot at this time and is uncovering big stuff and working it in to his already vast understanding of literatureCan't wait to read this book again

  2. Daniel Daniel says:

    Reference material for Nietzsche buffs

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