Beyond Good and Evil

Description

Nietzsche's 'Beyond Good and Evil' is a tour de force of moral and ethical philosophy. First published in 1886, the book comprises almost three hundred 'statements' - from pithy one-liners, to long convoluted arguments of a page or more. Nietzsche boldly claims that all philosophy is on the wrong track: we need to change, to become 'new philosophers' who will overcome accepted morality, which the author sees as 'slave-morality', glorifying failure. Long before the rise of the European Union, Nietzsche calls for a United Europe. 'Beyond Good and Evil' is replete - one might even say overstocked - with prescient ideas that can provoke, shock, and astonish; but which will always demand that you look at the world from new, intriguing perspectives.

Details

Author(s)
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Format
Paperback | 120 pages
Dimensions
154 x 224 x 10mm | 181.44g
Publication date
12 Sep 2010
Publisher
Aziloth Books
Imprint
Cathedral Classics
Publication City/Country
Weardale, United Kingdom
Language
English
Illustrations note
black & white illustrations
ISBN10
1907523448
ISBN13
9781907523441
Bestsellers rank
159,117