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150 Quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche

Great Philosophers and Their Inspiring Thoughts
Written by: Friedrich Nietzsche
Narrated by: Katie Haigh
Length: 30 mins
Categories: Self-Development

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Nietzsche is a major figure in Western philosophy. His work is radical, sometimes violent, often ironic; it fascinates anyone bold enough to delve into it, exerted a profound influence on modern intellectual history, and covers a wide range of subjects. Nietzsche's writings border on the poetic; his aphorisms are particularly well-known for conveying all the radicality of his thinking in a intense but light, sometimes amusing manner.

We have selected from you 150 of his most fascinating quotes, some of which have found their way into our daily expressions; enjoy the intensity of his writing, and dare to take a look into the abyss with this fascinating new audiobook.
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  • 20-05-19

Nietzsche Gets 5 Stars

The quotes are from Nietzsche. 5 Stars. Read by a woman who sounds like she would be more comfortable reading the menu at a cafe. Get a man to read a man’s works instead of this PC crap. N would agree.

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  • cpk
  • 25-09-18

A collection of Nietzchean aphorisms to ponder...

Selection of some memorable sayings by Friedrich Nietzche, a philosopher known for writing in brief, pithy statements. It is a listenable, satisfactory production, except for the distracting passage in French at the beginning.

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  • Craig Robinson
  • 31-08-16

Some classics some repeats

Any time you need a different perspective just pick a random point and listen to a couple of quotes.