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Return to Book Page. Morals are no longer gifted by god but are inherent.

But the ones in Martillazoz and Arrows are standalone. This book is a Masterpiece, a brilliant example of Nietzsche’s philosophy, and A Real pain for a forgetful reader.

They try to dehistoricize, and try to view from the viewpoint of eternity.

And I tend to agree with Nietzsche most of what he writes about Socrates. Fritz the nickname his family gave him when he was young; it has caught on for me calls for a “revaluation of all values” and this book is one of his many attempts to sketch a way forward after the “death of God.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. There are a lot of pithy aphorisms you will find inside the book chapters as well. Then he goes on to critique apparent and real world distinction: He was interested in the enhancement of individual and cultural health, and believed in life, creativity, power, and the realities of the world we live in, rather than those situated in a world beyond. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


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I would recommend Twilight to first-time readers of Nietzsche above most of his other books. Explore the Home Gift Guide. In many ways, Nietzsche expounds his existential views.

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. The book starts with his Maxims, with some of his famous ones there too. Open Preview See a Problem? Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Nietzsche writes in a vague prose, and there are multiple interpretations of his texts, but I will make it simpler for me and write my first impressions of the book.

El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos

View all 5 comments. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: It is a book msrtillazos to make you think about why you hold the views you do, and if you end up not changing your views you at least should better understand your views in light of his questioning.

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Insulta constantemente y lanza ataques a Kant, Schopenhauer e incluso a Heiddeger, los considera los principales contribuidores de lo que llama coo decadencia social. Write a customer review.

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Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. At pages exactly, it is something one can read in a day or two although I would suggest spending more time with it, Nietzsche deserves several reads and grasp firmly without necessarily being familiar with Nietzsche and his other philosophic writing. How noble is that?


El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos by Friedrich Nietzsche (5 star ratings)

Nietzsche acts as a Socratic gadfly or internet troll, to take a more modern analogy to Western civilization in this book, questioning and criticizing everything. To glorify, to select, to praise, to highlight and to strengthen or weaken certain valuations. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This book has been known by many titles and subtitles since it was published in It too has a function: He makes the point that aspects of Christian theological evolution helped to make the body an enemy and reduce our conception of ourselves to “sinners” who are in turn filozofa of life.

A foreigner who could read faces passing through Athens told Socrates that he contained within him every kind of lust and vice. A bold, rebellious book. Share your thoughts with other customers.