To give you a taste of why this book is worth reading, I will leave you with one of my very favorite passages of Nietzsche.
_Beyond Good and Evil_ was Nietzsche's seventh book written after his _Thus Spoke Zarathustra_ and is an attempt to systematize his philosophy.
Less the truthfulness of their concepts than this underlying will to power motivates the self-deceptively put "will to truth".
this is linked to from the listing for the kaufmann translation but it is not. do not order this unless you don't care what translation you get, which is not a good way to read... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Bryson Gilreath
This is NOT the Walter Kaufmann translation as implied by being linked to the Kaufmann paperback edition.Published 3 months ago by MS
This book is absolutely incredible. The literature, the language and the philosophy is sophisticated and spectacular. His arguments are extremely sophisticated and indisputable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by CW
OK, I gave it two stars instead of the five it deserves so you could check out this more recent (2014) and, to my mind, more engaging The Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Orson Welles
New, arrived on time. Love the book, although I may not agree with everything it contains. It is probably the best translation available. Read morePublished 7 months ago by BookShopper
I found it a wonderfully interesting read. It is dense, so prior knowledge of Western intellectual history is very helpful.Published 8 months ago by Elizabeth Wichman