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100 citations de Friedrich Nietzsche
100 citations de Friedrich Nietzsche
100 citations de Friedrich Nietzsche
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100 citations de Friedrich Nietzsche

Written by Friedrich Nietzsche

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Lire Nietzsche, c'est apprendre à philosopher à coups de marteau. Dans les bibliothèques universitaires, ce sont les livres de Nietzsche qui sont les plus souvent volés. Pas étonnant : la rencontre avec Nietzsche fascine et apprend à penser, voire à se rebeller. Sa pensée est radicale, parfois violente, souvent ironique ; ses écrits sont à la frontière de la philosophie et de la poésie. Ses aphorismes en particulier véhiculent toute la force de sa pensée de façon directe, efficace, et souvent pleine d'humour. Ces 100 citations vous feront plonger dans l'abîme, des pensées lapidaires de Humain, trop humain, à Ainsi parlait Zarathoustra, Par-delà le bien et le mal, et d'autres oeuvres majeures et moins connues.
LanguageFrançais
PublisherSAGA Egmont
Release dateApr 1, 2022
ISBN9782821105492
100 citations de Friedrich Nietzsche
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Friedrich Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher and author. Born into a line of Protestant churchman, Nietzsche studied Classical literature and language before becoming a professor at the University of Basel in Switzerland. He became a philosopher after reading Schopenhauer, who suggested that God does not exist, and that life is filled with pain and suffering. Nietzsche’s first work of prominence was The Birth of Tragedy in 1872, which contained new theories regarding the origins of classical Greek culture. From 1883 to 1885 Nietzsche composed his most famous work, Thus Spake Zarathustra, in which he famously proclaimed that “God is dead.” He went on to release several more notable works including Beyond Good and Evil and The Genealogy of Morals, both of which dealt with the origins of moral values. Nietzsche suffered a nervous breakdown in 1889 and passed away in 1900, but not before giving us his most famous quote, “From life's school of war: what does not kill me makes me stronger.”

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