Ecce homo (Clásicos de la literatura universal)

Ecce homo Cl sicos de la literatura universal DIV For lovers of timeless classics this series of beautifully packaged and affordably priced editions of world literature encompasses a variety of literary genres including drama fiction poetry

  • Title: Ecce homo (Clásicos de la literatura universal)
  • Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
  • ISBN: 849764350X
  • Page: 186
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  • DIV For lovers of timeless classics, this series of beautifully packaged and affordably priced editions of world literature encompasses a variety of literary genres, including drama, fiction, poetry, and essays Los lectores tomar n un gran placer en descubrir los cl sicos con estas bellas y econ micas ediciones de literatura famosa y universal Esta selecci n editorial cuenta con t tulos que abarcan todos los g neros literarios, desde teatro, narrativa, poes a y el ensayo.

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    • Me deja lelo ver la imagen de Cristo exhibido al pueblo judío por Pilatos en la cubierta del libro autobiográfico de Nietzsche. ¿Quién fue el chusco que tuvo esa peregrina ocurrencia? ¿Y nadie en la editorial lo detuvo? Anyway, ought to know better!


    • Ecce homo was a delightful look in to a man's mind that i find relatable far to easily. The curse of the logically minded poet, encapsulated by a world unwilling for words is certainly a different kind of cage than I've seen. His apathy and general disregard for the fact such bounds surrounded him, nay the very drive in which it propelled and assured him of the work he was destined to produce, is a glorious look at the in-escabability of solitude being the only one who can assure you of your ca [...]


    • I love Nietzsche, it's ironic that Most of the great philosophers from Aristotle, to Nietzsche to Orwell, prdicyed the future of a dystopian society as far back as BC, to the 19th and 20th century, and we are seeing it the 21rst century, it shouldn't be like this !!!


    • True to my practice of avoiding free or $.99 Kindle editions,when there is a modestly priced (but a bit more than a dollar) edition, I selected this over the two editions available for less than a dollar, and I also avoided the edition which was combined with On the Genealogy of Morals, since the second title was available in "The Basic Works of Nietzsche", with four major works, for a price less than these two. Also, this is a genuine Penguin edition, with the translation by R. J. Hollingdale, [...]




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