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This collection of Friedrich Nietzsche’s most famous works contains Beyond Good and Evil, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Human, All Too Human, and The Antichrist

Beyond Good and Evil: Prelude to a Philosophy of the Future is a work that further explores the ideas in Thus Spoke Zarathustra, with a more critical and polemical approach. In Beyond Good and Evil, Nietzsche accuses past philosophers of lacking critical sense and blindly accepting dogmatic premises in their consideration of morality. 

Thus Spoke Zarathustra is a philosophical novel dealing with ideas such as the "eternal recurrence of the same", the parable on the "death of God", and the "prophecy" of the Übermensch. 

Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits examines a variety of concepts in short paragraphs or sayings. 

In The Antichrist, Nietzsche attacks Christianity, contending that pity has a depressive effect, is harmful to life, and preserves that which should naturally be destroyed. For a noble morality, pity is a weakness, but for Christianity, it is a virtue.

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  • Vitaly
  • 08-07-20

Great collection for the price, but start listening, you’ll find out why.

Very poorly recorded - very quiet in comparison to all other recordings. And very poorly read, too. Sorry, but Nietzsche cannot be read as if it’s a story about a teenager’s struggles with first year of High School.
Lesson: don’t be cheap!

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  • jim
  • 01-08-20

The reading is pretty terrible

I'm actually going to buy a different version. I got this because of the combo but they have a nasaly William Shatner impersonator reading this.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-03-21

Ellis Freeman is difficult to listen to.

I'm not sure about the content of the book, I'll have to listen to someone else, as I found Mr freeman hard to listen to. The reason I say this is because he sounded as though he was reading the book for the first time, and didn't understand what he was reading, or as if he didn't know how to read the sentences, where the breaks were or not, so it was difficult to follow. I don't mean to insult, I'm just explaining my experience.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-02-21

Cheap for a reason

This entire four-book collection just has chapter numbers – with no indication whatsoever as to which book starts where. Bad form, Audible! So you will definitely need the following info:

Chapter numbers –
c1 Collection titles
c2 to c12 Beyond Good and Evil
c13 to c26 Thus Spoke Zarathustra
c27 to c31 Human, All Too Human
c32 to c37 The Antichrist
c38 End Credits
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c2 Beyond Good and Evil -
c3 Preface
c4 Part One: On the Prejudices of Philosophers
c5 Part Two: The Free Spirit
c6 Part Three: The Religious Essence
c7 Part Four: Maxims and Interludes
c8 Part Five: On the Natural History of Morals
c9 Part Six: We Scholars
c10 Part Seven: Our Virtues
c11 Part Eight: Peoples and Fatherlands
c12 Part Nine: What is Noble?
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c13 Thus Spoke Zarathustra A Book for All and None -
c14 Introduction By Mrs Forster-Nietzsche
c15 First Part, Zarathustra’s Discourses
c16 Prologue part 10
c17 XIII. Chastity
c18 XXV. The Pitiful
c19 XXXVI. The Land Of Culture
c20 Third Part
c21 LII. The Apostates
c22 LVI. Old And New Tables
c23 LVIII. The Great Longing
c24 LXVI. Out Of Service
c25 LXXI. The Greeting
c26 LXXVII. The Awakening
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c27 Human, All Too Human A Book For Free Spirits -
c28 part 1 Preface
c29 part 20 A Few Steps Back
c30 part 51 How Appearance Becomes Actuality
c31 part 107 Irresponsibility And Innocence
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c32 The Antichrist -
c33 Introduction by HL Mencken
c34 Author's Preface
c35 Section 1
c36 Section 27
c37 Section 47
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c38 End Credits

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  • Anonymous User
  • 28-12-20

Unlistenable

The narrator has no sense of cadence or punctuation. There is no flow to the words making the content incomprehensible. It sounds like the book is being read one word at a time with no prior knowledge or understanding of the subject. I have given up and will try another production.
It is hard to rate the story given the damage done by the performance. It’s probably better than two stars but I can not tell.

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  • Sonia
  • 20-10-20

Pronunciation of key terms is really off

The pronunciation of key figures and terms was pretty off- Goethe and Wagner are examples of names that were mispronounced. I found it kind of funny, actually.