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Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche

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Beyond Good and Evil
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ISBN/ASIN: 0979757169
ISBN-13: 9780979757167
Number of pages: 216

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This is an essential text for anyone interested in the development of recent thought. Nietzsche seeks to unmask and expose all the traditional philosophies and philosophers as fundamentally inadequate and to insist upon the fictional nature of all human attempts to explain what is true and upon the superficiality of modern ideas, including democracy and science.

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