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Publication Date: 1978
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Nietzsche, Friedrich, Hollingdale, R. J., Hollingdale, R. J.
Selections from Nietzche's writings providing an introduction to his work and thought. We see a mind grappling with the fundamental issues of human existence, striving to extend the boundaries of thought and concluding that, in the face of so much that is inexplicable, there is no truth.Nietzsche, Friedrich is the author of 'Nietzsche Reader', published 1978 under ISBN 9780140443295 and ISBN 0140443290.
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