By Friedrich Nietzsche
It is a significant paintings by way of the thinker Friedrich Nietzsche, whose writings were deeply influential on next generations of philosophers. it truly is provided right here in a brand new translation through Judith Norman, with an advent via Rolf Peter Horstmann that areas the paintings in its ancient and philosophical context.
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Publishes the fourth part of Zarathustra for private circulation only. fTragedy, Human, All Too Human, vols. I and II, and Daybreak. xxx Chronology 1 887 1 888 1 889 1 900 Publishes expanded edition of The Gay Science with a new preface, a fifth part, and an appendix of poems; publishes Hymn to L�fe, a musical work for chorus and orchestra; publishes On the Genealogy ofMorality. Publishes The Case of Wagner, composes a collection of poems, Dionysian Dithyrambs, and four short books: Twilight of Idols, The Antichrist, Ecce Homo, and Nietzsche contra Wagner.
The goal . . Sils-Maria, Upper Engadine, June, 1 885 4 Part I On the prejudices of philosophers I The will to truth that still seduces us into taking so many risks, this famous truthfulness that all philosophers so far have talked about with veneration: what questions this will to truth has already laid before us! What strange, terrible, questionable questions! That is already a long story - and yet it seems to have hardly begun? Is it any wonder if we finally become suspicious, lose patience, turn impatiently away?
The footnotes are not meant to provide a commentary to Nietzsche's text. They are restricted to ( I ) translations of phrases and terms from foreign languages, (2) explanations of peculiarities of Nietzsche's German terminology, and (3) some comments on material used or alluded to by Nietzsche. The glossary of names on pp. 1 8 1 -5 contains short descriptions of all persons mentioned in the text. The notes and the glossary make use of information supplied by vols. XIV and XV of Siimtliche Werke: Kritische Studienausgahe, ed.