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Paperback, 187 pages
Published July 1st 1991 by University of Illinois Press (first published 1907)
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Estoy entre darle dos o tres estrellas, creo que 2.5. La verdad es que he terminado con la cabeza embotada, no necesariamente porque no sea entendible, pero es total y absolutamente aburrido. En general disfruto mucho de la filosofía, especialmente de la shopenhaueriana y la nietzscheana, pero esta vez fue un completo suplicio leer el libro entero. Además de que me prometía una igualación de dogmas pero parece ser que el autor sólo tenía cosas que decir de Schopenhauer mientras que Nietzsche que ...more
This is a study in contrasts between Nietzsche and Schopenhauer. As Nietzsche is often seen as one of the philosophers whom Schopenhauer influenced profoundly the discussion and contrast of their respective philosophical positions is useful.
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