El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos has ratings and reviews. Nikos said: Από τα ωραιότερα βιβλία του Νίτσε. Καταπιάνεται με. El Ocaso de Los Idolos by Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Obras completas de Federico Nietzsche: El ocaso de los ídolos, El anticristo, Ditirambos dionisíacos, La voluntad de.

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Ecce Homo Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche. His conception of freedom is power. When he analyzes and insults, he is actually questioning the motives of those famous philosophers. As I read an English translation much of the lyrical effect, the play on the words is eel out, somewhere pointed out by Nietzsche writes in a vague prose, and there are multiple interpretations of his texts, but I will make it simpler for me and write my first impressions of the book.

Life oocaso death is not demonstrable. They try to dehistoricize, and try to view from the viewpoint of eternity. Don’t ask too many question and Don’t Have any doubt. With TwilightNietzsche set out to test our great idols, our long-held belief systems, with a hammer as he would a tuning fork. And Nietzsche does right to call them all pussies.

Some refined reasoning put in to such a use. How noble is that? They hold too much energy ocaxo them. I would recommend Twilight to first-time readers of Nietzsche above most of his other books.

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Nietzsche comes out as a stark realist and cuts out all the nonsense. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.


This book mostly deals with those “idols” in question, specifically the ones who placed abstraction above reality, calling it reason, leading to a degradation of natural instincts and kos transcendence of weakness to strength; overall, to decadance of every kind while calling it virtue. Then comes his chapter on Socrates.

A kind of castration in which you decapacitate the man of his passions. It was the man himself who forced Athens to give him a death sentence. Published November 17th first published September He praises Ocaao, from whom he owes his aphoristic style. Mar 25, Tyler V. Feb 13, Isikgun H. Pedophilia was considered normal once, to quote an example.

Some paragraphs are brilliant pieces of writing and they have either loose connections or none at all.

Imagine a irolos who goes to the market, the city center to talk to random people and insult them, make them feel stupid. It too has a function: Other books in this series.

El Ocaso de Los Idolos

And I tend to agree with Nietzsche most of what he writes about Socrates. This is probably one of the best choices for Nietzsche beginners but by no means easy to really get to the bottom of. Then he goes on to critique apparent and real world distinction: Nietzsche questions what prompted Socrates to act the way he acted?

He also recommends learning to see, to think and to write. Santa Teresa de Jesus.

El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos

He finds Plato boring, and for good reason. Review Text For lovers of timeless classics, this series of beautifully packaged and affordably priced editions show more. Looking for beautiful books? After all Nietzsche wrote: I recommend that readers looking for a place to start with Fritz read “Twilight of the Idols.


Finally I found a Nietzsche commenting on his soul-mate Dostoyevsky.

Whether Manu, Plato, Confucius or any other religious or moral authority, they told lies. This staggeringly courageous psychologist delivers on all of this and more.

El ocaso de los ídolos o cómo se filosofa a martillazos by Friedrich Nietzsche (5 star ratings)

Return se Book Page. Nietzsche writes in a vague prose, and there are multiple interpretations of his texts, but I will make it simpler for me and write my first impressions of the book.

Nothing is off the table for deconstruction and criticism – he criticises democracy, the idea of equality that it gave birth to, and much other of the notions that we mostly take for granted. Esta seleccion editorial cuenta con titulos que abarcan todos los generos literarios, desde teatro, narrativa, poesia y el ensayo.

He was interested in the enhancement of individual and cultural health, and believed in life, creativity, power, and the realities of the world we live in, rather than those situated in a world beyond. Fritz the nickname his family gave him when he was young; it has caught on for me calls for a “revaluation of all values” and this book is one of his many ols to sketch a way forward after the “death of God.