The Collected works of Friedrich Nietzsche - PDF collection

The Collected Works of Friedrich Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900) was a German philosopher and cultural critic who published intensively in the 1870s and 1880s.
Nietzsche's philosophy contemplates the meaning of values and their significance to human existence. Given that no absolute values exist, in Nietzsche's worldview, the evolution of values on earth must be measured by some other means.

Nietzsche composed his most famous work, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, A Book for All and None from 1883–85. It is at once a manifesto of personal self-overcoming and a guide for others. 

Books by Friedrich Nietzsche

  • Selected Letters of Friedrich Nietzsche 1921
  • The antichrist,
  • The birth of tragedy, or Hellenism and pessimism 1923
  • The Dawn of day, tr. by J. M. Kennedy. 1911
  • The genealogy of morals 1887
  • The Joyful Wisdom, tr. by Thomas Common 
  • The Nietzsche-Wagner correspondence
  • The will to Power translated by Oscar Levy.pdf
  • Thoughts Out Of Season Part I
  • Thoughts Out of Season, Part Two. 1920.
  • Thus spoke Zarathustra 1917 translated by Thomas Common
  • Human, all-too-human, tr. by Helen Zimmern and Paul V. Cohn. 1900-1911..pdf
  • On Truth and Lie in an Extra-moral Sense.

Other books about Friedrich Nietzsche

  • On reading Nietzsche 1916 Emile Fraguet
  • The young Nietzsche 1912
  • What Nietzsche Taught 1905
  • Nietzsche - his life and works by Anthony Ludovici
  • Nietzsche and art by Ludovici, Anthony Mario 1911.
  • Nietzsche in outline & aphorism 1911 A.R. Orage.
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