Friedrich Nietzsche

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פרידריך ניצ'ה, Фридрих Вильгельм Ницше, F. W. Nīche, and 176 others フリードリヒ ニーチェ, F. Nits︠h︡e, Friedrich Nietsche, Fridirch Niče, فريدريك نيتشه, Furīdorihi Nīche, Нитцше, Federico Nietzche, فریدریش نیچه, Fulidlixi Nicai, フリードリッヒ ニーチェ, Friedrich Nietzsche Wilhelm, Nicai, Φρειδερίκος Νίτσε, نيتشه، فريدريش فيلهيلم،, Nitče, نىتسى, Phreideriku Nitse, Fridrihs Nīče, Vilhelms Nīče, Niṭsheh, Fidirix Wilihlim Netzi, Freiderikos Nitse, 弗里德里希·尼采, Ni cai, Nietche, Frīdriš Nītših, ニーチェ, Frederich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Fr Nicše, Nīche, 尼采, פריעדריך ניטשע, Фридрих Нитше, Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Fr Nietzsche, Fridrihs Vilhelms Nīče, Furīdorihhi Viruherumu Nīche, Frîdrîk Nîtşe, Fridericus Nietzsche, Federico G. Nietzsche, Niichʻe, פרידריך ניטשע, Фр Ницше, 프리드리히 니체, פרידריך ניצשע, Ф. В Ницше, نيتشه، فريدرخ،, Frīdirīš Nītšh, Nietzsche Friedrich, פרידריך ניטשה, K̲apreṭarik Villiyam Nīṭṣē, ኒሺ, Vilhelms Frīdrihs Nīče, פרידריך וילהלם ניטשע, Фрыдрых Вільгельм Ніцшэ, Frederico Nietzsche, Frīdrīš Nīča, ফ্রিড্‌রিশ নিচে, Frīdrish Nītshah, Фрыдрых Ніцшэ, פריעדריך ניעטצשע, Ницше, Niche, ニイチェ, Фрідріх Ніцше, Nietzsche, Nīṭjhśe, Fridrih Niče, Ф Ницше, फ्रीडरिक नित्ची, F. Nit︠s︡he, Nitse, ניטשה, Friedrich Nietzsche, Fryderyk Nietzsche, Bedřich Nietzsche, Frīdrihs Vilhelms Nīcše, ഫ്രീഡ്രിക്ക് നീച്ച, Фридрих Нитче, Fridrih Nitče, फ्रेडरिक नीत्शे, Fridericus N, Frīdrėks Nīčė, Friedrich W. Nietzsche, Fridrix Nitsşe, フリ-ドリッヒ ヴィルヘルム ニーチェ, Friedrikh Niṭshe, Frīdrihs Nīče, Fridrih Wilhelm Niče, Friedrich Nicše, Frīdrīk Nītših, F. Nicše, نطشے, Frīdriš Nītše, Nietztsche, F. Niezsche, F. Nietzsche, Freiderikou Nitse, Fridrich Nitcše, フリードリヒ・W. ニーチェ, Ֆրիդրիխ Նիցշե, Fr Niṭshe, F.・W. ニーチェ, Fridrish Nitshah, فريدرخ نيتشه, Frédéric Nietzsche, نيتشه، فريدريك, 尼采弗里德里希, ਫਰੈਦਰੀਕ ਨੀਤਜ਼ੇ, Friedrich G. Nietzsche, Фридрих Ницше, F. Nīche, Fryd Nietzsche, Fulidelixi-Nicai, Ni-tsʻai, פרידריך וילהלם ניעטצשע, Нитче, فريدريك نيتشه،, Fridrikh Niettsshe, Kapreṭarik Villiyam Nīṭsē, Firīdrīk Nītshih, Frydrichas Nyčė, פרידריך ניצי׳שה, Nicše, Frīdrīš Wīlhilm Nīča, Нитше, フリードリヒ・ニーチェ, P'ŭridŭrihi Nich'e, Phreiderikos Nitse, Fridrikh Nit︠s︡she, Phrintrich Nitse, Friedrich Nietzche, Fridrikh Nitsʻchʻē, Frīdrīš Nītša, Fridrikh Nitche, فريدريش نيتشه،, Fridirīk Nīča, פרידריך ניצשה, פרידריך וילהלם ניטשה, Frideríkos Nítse, ฟรีดริช นีทเชอ, Fridrich Niče, Fu li de li xi Ni cai, Φρειδερικος Νιτσε, Firidrik Nitshih, にいちえ, פרידריך וילהלם ניטצשע, 弗里德里希 尼采, Friedrich Nietszche, Fridrix Nic'še, Nitsi, نيتشه، فريدريك،, பிரீட்ரிக் நீட்சே, .. Nietzsche, فرېدرېک وېلهېلم نېتشي, Фридрих Ниче, Friederich Nietzsche, Fridrich Nicše, フリードリッヒ・ヴィルヘルム ニーチェ, Frīdrihs Vilhelms Nīče, Frederic Nietzsche, פרידריך וילהלם ניצ'ה, ניטשע פריעדריך, Federico Nietzsche, פרידריך וילהלם ניטצשה, فریدریش نیچە, Phrēntrich Nitse, Phr Nitse, Frydrych Nicšė, F Nit︠s︡he, Fridrikh Niṭshah, F. Nitše, Fridrikh Nitt︠s︡she, פרידריך וילהלם ניצ'שה, ფრიდრიხ ნიცშე
Oct. 15, 1844
Aug. 25, 1900

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Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (; German: [ˈfʁiːdʁɪç ˈvɪlhɛlm ˈniːtʃə] (listen) or [ˈniːtsʃə]; 15 October 1844 – 25 August 1900) was a German philosopher, cultural critic, composer, poet, writer, and philologist whose work has exerted a profound influence on modern intellectual history. He began his career as a classical philologist before turning to philosophy. He became the youngest person ever to hold the Chair of Classical Philology at the University of Basel in 1869 at the age of 24. Nietzsche resigned in 1879 due to health problems that plagued him most of his life; he completed much of his core writing in the following decade. In 1889, at age 44, he suffered a collapse and afterward a complete loss of his mental faculties. He lived his remaining years in the care of his mother until her death in 1897 and then with his sister Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche. Nietzsche died in 1900. Nietzsche's writing spans philosophical polemics, poetry, cultural criticism, and fiction while displaying a fondness for aphorism and irony. Prominent elements of his philosophy include his radical critique of truth in favor of perspectivism; a genealogical critique of religion and Christian morality and related theory of master–slave morality; the aesthetic affirmation of life …

Books by Friedrich Nietzsche