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Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche
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Mar 09, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: filosofia
Read in March, 2008

Skipped through it before, and I realize as I write this that the thought of "skipping" through this text seems preposterous. I now sit down before bed to read this man. Each sentence is a beautiful song. He uses punctuation as it should be, jolting and jostling road signs and landmarks. He also makes some pretty good points too. Remarkable and enlightening. Goes best with classical composers or jazz if I do say so myself. And a monocle.

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message 1: by trivialchemy (new)

trivialchemy I laughed out loud at your first sentence.

I'm about to go traveling again, and I always try to take at least one philosopher with me. I think this year it's going to be Nietzsche. I've been frightened of him before; I think now I'm ready.

Samantha Grow a beard. Work on your grumbling. And work on "eureka!" moments, as there will be plenty!

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