By Friedrich Nietzsche
3rd quantity in Stanford UP's variation of the whole Works of Friedrich Nietzsche. Admittedly the least attention-grabbing of Human, All Too Human's three-parts, it really is a huge mirrored image of (1) Nietzsche's early exploration of the range of topics, a lot of them to be sophisticated or replaced within the following couple of years, and (2) the improvement of a fragmentary and aphoristic type that may outline just about all of his writings for the rest of his efficient life.
What follows is the publisher's blurb, and experiences of the sequence (chosen via the publisher):
This is the second one quantity to seem in an version that might be the 1st entire, serious, and annotated English translation of all of Nietzsche’s paintings. quantity 2: retro Observations, translated via Richard T. grey, used to be released in 1995. The variation is a brand new English translation, by means of quite a few palms, of the prestigious Colli-Montinari variation, which has been acclaimed as essentially the most vital works of scholarship within the humanities within the final zone century. the unique Italian version was once at the same time released in French, German, and Japanese.
This quantity of Human, All Too Human, the 1st of 2 components, is the earliest of Nietzsche’s works during which his philosophical matters and methodologies might be glimpsed. during this paintings Nietzsche started to determine the highbrow distinction from his personal cultural milieu and time that makes him our modern. released in 1878, it marks either a stylistic and an highbrow shift clear of Nietzsche’s personal younger association with Romantic excesses of German concept and tradition typified through Wagnerian opera.
"The Colli-Montinari version has revolutionized our realizing of 1 of the best German thinkers. as a result of new view unfolded by way of this version, Nietzsche has essentially come into his personal as one of many extra vital philosophers of recent instances. The English-language version may still develop into a vintage that might be utilized by generations of scholars."—David E. Wellbery, The Johns Hopkins University
"The Colli-Montinari serious variation of Nietzsche's works is without doubt one of the most vital works of scholarship within the humanities within the final area century. It used to be no longer until eventually after global struggle II that one started to detect the level to which Nietzsche's notebooks were tampered with, jumbled, badly deciphered, and poorly edited, and it was once no longer till the Colli-Montinari variation that students will be convinced for the 1st time of getting a reliable text."—Van A. Harvey, Stanford college
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Human, All Too Human I: A Book for Free Spirits (The Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche, Volume 3) by Friedrich Nietzsche