The Will To Power by Friedrich Nietzsche

The book in question is a posthumously published collection of notes and fragments that explores the author's ideas on the driving force of human ambition and achievement, which he terms as the "will to power." It delves into various subjects such as art, science, morality, and the nature of truth, offering a critique of traditional values and a reevaluation of existence. The work is a cornerstone of the author's philosophy, reflecting his critical stance on religion, metaphysics, and the prevailing moral systems of his time, while advocating for a reimagining of human potential and the creation of new values.

The 6214th greatest book of all time


Published
1901
Nationality
German
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
150,000
Original Language
German

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