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by Paul Strathern,Robert Whitfield

eBook Nietzsche in 90 Minutes download ISBN: 0786124342
Author: Paul Strathern,Robert Whitfield
Publisher: Blackstone Audio Inc; Unabridged edition (November 1, 2003)
Language: English
ePub: 1154 kb
Fb2: 1157 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Philosophy

Nietzsche in 90 Minutes . .has been added to your Cart. This book presents a summary of some of the main points of Nietszche's life, and discusses certain of the "focal points" people hit on in mentioning Nietzsche's philosophy

Nietzsche in 90 Minutes . This book presents a summary of some of the main points of Nietszche's life, and discusses certain of the "focal points" people hit on in mentioning Nietzsche's philosophy. However, I do think it covers some of the commonplaces that one hears about Nietzsche, his work and its influence.

Paul Strathern earned a degree in philosophy at Trinity College, Dublin, and has lectured in philosophy and mathematics. The author of many nonfiction books and of articles for numerous publications, he has also written several novels and has won the Somerset Maugham Prize. He lives and writes in London. By the way, it should be noted that this is all very different from Nietzsche's Will to Power- Nietzsche essentially turned Schopenhauer's idea of will on its head- and then went insane. Oh, by the way, I do not agree with the author that Schopenhauer was a nasty piece of work. He was simply, totally, an original- this creates friction.

Paul Strathern (Author), Robert Whitfield (Narrator), Inc. Blackstone . Nietzsche in 90 Minutes. I speak here not to the quality of this individual book, but the Strathern's "In 90 Minutes" series on intellectuals from history. My Credentials: Mixed. Blackstone Audio (Publisher) & 0 more. Spinoza in 90 Minutes.

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Written by Paul Strathern, Audiobook narrated by Robert Whitfield.

Paul Strathern is author of the popular and critically acclaimed . Mr. Strathern has lectured in philosophy and mathematics and now lives and writes in London.

Paul Strathern is author of the popular and critically acclaimed Philosophers in 90 Minutes series. Highlights from the series include Nietzsche in 90 Minutes, Aristotle in 90 Minutes, and Plato in 90 Minutes. A former Somerset Maugham prize winner, he is also the author of books on history and travel as well as five novels. His articles have appeared in a great many newspapers, including the Observer (London) and the Irish Times.

The Philosophy in 90 Minutes series, written by Paul Strathern, is a series of short introductory biographical overviews on well-known philosophers, set in brief historical context, along with brief impressions of their philosophies

The Philosophy in 90 Minutes series, written by Paul Strathern, is a series of short introductory biographical overviews on well-known philosophers, set in brief historical context, along with brief impressions of their philosophies. The books are also produced in audio format; read by narrator Robert Whitfield. The series’ intent is to "write about the philosophers' lives, adding in a few of their ideas".

I like Strathern's books very much, but it seems to me here he chose a subject not especially amenable to this kind of treatment.

What would Kierkegaard have thought about this book? He would have perhaps appreciated Stathern's humor, his narrative skill, his quickness of mind, his emphasizing Kierkegaard's thought as directed not to abstraction but to 'lived life. But he probably would have resented the effort to reduce the complexities of his thought, their contradictions and dialectical intricacies to easily digestible form. I like Strathern's books very much, but it seems to me here he chose a subject not especially amenable to this kind of treatment.