Friedrich Nietzsche con Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book For All And None - Modern Translation (English Edition)"Here you have it: My greatest gift to humanity, my final attempt to drag the sheep away from their shepherd.”
Written in modern English, utterly faithful, explicit and straight forward, as originally written by Friedrich Nietzsche: Thus Spoke Zarathustra - A Book For All And None - is Nietzsche’s greatest, only independent, most famous work.
Written in the most solitary periods of his later life. It grew to become perhaps the single most influential work of philosophy ever written.
It is the very pinnacle of Nietzsche’s teachings; his investigation of everything to its very foundation and beyond; his way of life as he genuinely lived it out himself; his criticism of issues that do not lose relevancy with time; his predictions of the evolution of Superman.
Zarathustra escapes the life among people and lives in solitude in the mountains. Here he takes upon himself the task of learning what is to become his teachings. After many years of solitude, at last he tires of it, and descends to the people to tell them his now fully developed teachings.
His journey among people teaches him yet more; the first thing is that no one wants to hear the harsh realities of life, the necessary criticism, the potentially dark future. He then learns that he must be a teacher that drags the sheep away form their shepherd, and also give a helping direction for the contemporary shepherds.