One is surprised to find that the only one-star review of this book was posted a few weeks ago. I have read this book many times, since 1998 as well as every other book Nietzsche... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher Gontar
It is 1 man building his ego by critical analytics of Socrates and other historic men...Ill of the dead. Poor in heart.Published 2 months ago by Skullmirror
Let's keep it real..This book is BORING
Actually watching Grass grow is a hell of a lot more fun then reading this garbage.
An essential balance to Wagnerism and Wagnerites. From a man who knew him intimately. Also a top notch mind. But also fascinating if read as the fury of a jilted lover.Published 3 months ago by J. Kelleher
Absolutely one of my favorite books. A look into the origins of the ascetic idealPublished 3 months ago by Thomas C.
One of my favorite philosophy related books and possible my all time favorite of Nietzsche. A short book yet lengthy in terms of what Nietzsche discusses in each part. Read morePublished 3 months ago by VanEzzania
Oh god my brain!!! Unless you like this guy and have an idea of whah he's saying you might need a bit of help to understand this one.Published 4 months ago by Sora
The Birth of Tragedy should be read with a guidebook, and Kaufmann's footnotes and introduction will not be adequate for most readers to understand what Nietzsche says. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jordan Bell