As beautiful as Nietzsche's ideas may be, I often find he is the most misunderstood philospher.
I say this because i suffer from depression and low self esteem, and any time i read this book, it makes me want to lift weights and do something great.
Certain concepts such as nihilism, breeding, the will to power, and the eternal recurrence are covered more.
great book. i dont read it page for page, but i use it as a reference book. great philisophical life guidePublished 18 days ago by L. Leach
I was first introduced to Nietzsche in school in philosophy class. The little I garnered stayed with me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bubo
This book is far better than all the self-help books out there. This was my second time reading it. The first time was 20 years ago in undergraduate school. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TW
for a man of "modern" times, he seems bitter about pretty much every subject on Earth. I disagree with some of his ideas, and those I agree with are just too repetitive and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by rodelmo
Absorb it. It is important to take care of yourself and to take charge of your life. This book opened my eyes.Published 7 months ago by ST
This collection of aphorism from Nietzsche's notebooks is notorious for a number of reasons. First, it was indeed originally a bowdlerized version of Nietzsche's thought,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Steiner
Kaufmann is the standard for Nietzsche translations. Profound and indispensable text; easy to read but you have to really work to get even a glimpse of what he is struggling to... Read morePublished 13 months ago by H. T. Reepmeyer
the best book i bought for Nietzsche. it's rated in the most influenced book ever sold in the philosophy. in the end is the bestPublished 17 months ago by Abdulaziz
This man is way ahead of his time and This time , what hè said can not BE denied , hè is THE man who wake,s us up for THE real power within, but only à hand... Read morePublished 19 months ago by emahe