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Der Wille Zur Macht Nietzsche's notebooks, kept by him during his most productive years, offer a fascinating glimpse into the workshop and mind of a great thinker, and compare favorably with the notebooks of Gide and Kafka, Camus and Wittgenstein The Will to Power, compiled from the notebooks, is one of the most famous books of the past hundred years, but few have studied it Here, at last, is the first critical edition in any languageDown through the Nazi period The Will to Power was often mistakenly considered to be Nietzsche's crowning systematic labor; since World War II it has frequently been denigrated, just as fallaciously, as being not worth reading In fact, it represents a stunning selection from Nietzsche's notebooks, in a topical arrangement that enables the reader to find what Nietzsche wrote on nihilism, art, morality, religion, the theory of knowledge, and whatever else interested him But no previous edition—even in the original German—shows which notes Nietzsche utilized subsequently in his works, and which sections are not paralleled in the finished books Nor has any previous edition furnished a commentary or indexWalter Kauffman, in collaboration with RJ Hollingdale, brings to this volume his unsurpassed skills as a Nietzsche translator and scholar Professor Kauffman has included the approximate date of each note His running footnote commentary offers the information needed to follow Nietzsche's train of thought, and indicates, among other things, which notes were eventually superseded by later formulations, and where all German editions, including the very latest, depart from the manuscripts The comprehensive index serves to guide the reader to the extraordinary riches of this book

10 thoughts on “Der Wille Zur Macht

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Der Wille Zur Macht = The Will to Power, Friedrich Nietzsche
    The will to power is a prominent concept in the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. The will to power describes what Nietzsche may have believed to be the main driving force in

  2. Biblio Curious Biblio Curious says:

    What can I say about a book that I enjoyed the experience of reading but would never recommend to folks unless I knew them very well?

    Social conventions would dictate: admit that you've read it when at a dinner party & then shuffle t

  3. C. Quabela C. Quabela says:

    I think the most important thing to keep in mind when reading “The Will to Power” is that it is NOT a “book” in the proper sense of the term. It is merely a collection of thoughts and scraps that are extensions of previous thoughts, meditations on

  4. Jacob Jacob says:

    It seems to me that the only thing more tragic than the fact that Nietzsche was never able to write the Will to Power, is that this hodgepodge of notes and jottings was mistaken for it. Still I am surprised that so many academics simply accepted all the lu

  5. Joe Joe says:


    Nietzsche makes his world, based on Becoming and Creating, in order to replace (Destroy! God help us!) Plato’s world which was based on Being and Knowing. I should really say Plato’s worlds; after all, Modernity and its various Ideologies are als

  6. Gary Beauregard Bottomley Gary Beauregard Bottomley says:

    Pernicious nonsense wrapped in twiddle twaddle ramblings while easily being one of the most influential books published in the 20th century. This is the most different of all of Nietzsche’s books while simultaneously epitomizing all of his other writings even to the point of

  7. Fadi Fadi says:

    “To those human beings who are of any concern to me I wish suffering, desolation, sickness, ill-treatment, indignities—I wish that they should not remain unfamiliar with profound self-contempt, the torture of self-mistrust, the wretchedness of the vanquished: I have no pity for t

  8. Rebecca Bratten Rebecca Bratten says:

    The lack of coherent structure in this work which may delight such lovers of disorder who might like to claim poor Fritz as their own is, in sooth, due to the unfortunate fact that Will to Power was not really written by Nietzsche. His sister, who appears to have gotten the short end of the

  9. Dyary Abubakr Dyary Abubakr says:

    Nietzsche's magnum opus, the crown of his philosophy, the book that has been accused of creating a world war, the book that some held as their bible, the book that took me seven months to finish, the book that influenced the Nazis.


    It is long, hard-reading book and it is no

  10. Mohamedridha Alaskari محمد رضا العسكري Mohamedridha Alaskari محمد رضا العسكري says:

    This is not a book, it is set of essays for Friedrich published after his death, which I consider it as a rich text of him. Very accurate and informative essays. It can be used as a reference for the writers.

    Absolutely deserves five starts as well as the translation was excellent.

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