This book is a great read and answers so many questions and thoughts.
The Birth of Tragedy Out of the Spirit of Music by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche This is a wonderful work of one of the great philosophical thinkers.
If you love theatre and want to engage in it in any fashion, then you really need to read this book.
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 2 months ago by J. Kelleher
Absolutely one of my favorite books. A look into the origins of the ascetic idealPublished 2 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