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Why must we believe that God is dead? Can we accept that traditional morality is just a 'useful mistake'? Did the principle of 'the will to power' lead to the Holocaust? What are the limitations of scientific knowledge? Is human evolution complete or only beginning? It is difficult to overestimate the importance of Friedrich Nietzsche for our present epoch. His extraordinary insights into human psychology, morality, religion and power seem quite clairvoyant today: existentialism, psychoanalysis, semiotics and postmodernism are plainly anticipated in his writings — which are famously enigmatic and often contradictory."Introducing Nietzsche" is the perfect guide to this exhilarating and oft-misunderstood philosopher.
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    Andre Franciscocompartió una citahace 4 meses
    For Schopenhauer, like his great predecessor Immanuel Kant, there is a fundamental distinction between the world as it appears (phenomena) and the world as it truly is (noumena).

    All appearances are mere physical manifestations of an underlying reality, which for Schopenhauer is the WILL.

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