Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits

University of Nebraska Press (1984)
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This English translation—the first since 1909—restores Human, All Too Human to its proper central position in the Nietzsche canon. First published in 1878, the book marks the philosophical coming of age of Friedrich Nietzsche. In it he rejects the romanticism of his early work, influenced by Wagner and Schopenhauer, and looks to enlightened reason and science. The "Free Spirit" enters, untrammeled by all accepted conventions, a precursor of Zarathustra. The result is 638 stunning aphorisms about everything under and above the sun.
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Call number B3313.M52.E5 1996
ISBN(s) 0879682027   1591026784   9780803283688   0803283687   0803283539
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