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Hidden Treasures

Hidden Treasures

Richi Sharma's poems are an expressions of life. They do not preach you to become positive. What they do is immerse you in the magnificent glory of all those special moments where you have felt emotions i.e. love, joy, sorrow, tears, hurt; emotions which defines us as human . Every poem is an emotion felt and expressed in full glory, something readers will be able to relate to their various stages of life journey.

The Gay Science: With a Prelude in Rhymes and an Appendix of Songs

The Gay Science: With a Prelude in Rhymes and an Appendix of Songs

Nietzsche called The Gay Science "the most personal of all my books." It was here that he first proclaimed the death of God -- to which a large part of the book is devoted -- and his doctrine of the eternal recurrence.

Walter Kaufmann's commentary, with its many quotations from previously untranslated letters, brings to life Nietzsche as a human being and illuminates his philosophy. The book contains some of Nietzsche's most sustained discussions of art and morality, knowledge and truth, the intellectual conscience and the origin of logic.

Most of the book was written just before Thus Spoke Zarathustra, the last part five years later, after Beyond Good and Evil. We encounter Zarathustra in these pages as well as many of Nietzsche's most interesting philosophical ideas and the largest collection of his own poetry that he himself ever published.

Walter Kaufmann's English versions of Nietzsche represent one of the major translation enterprises of our time. He is the first philosopher to have translated Nietzsche's major works, and never before has a single translator given us so much of Nietzsche.

The Joyous Science (Penguin Classics)

The Joyous Science (Penguin Classics)

Grounded in his famous notion that "God is dead," Nietzsche's most personal book--and one of his best

The Joyous Science--also known as The Gay Science and The Joyful Wisdom--is a liberating voyage of discovery as Nietzsche's realization that "God is dead" and his critique of morality, the arts and modernity give way to an exhilarating doctrine of self-emancipation and the concept of eternal recurrence. Here is Nietzsche at his most personal and affirmative; in his words, this is a book of "exuberance, restlessness, contrariety and April showers." With its unique voice and style, its playful combination of poetry and prose, and its invigorating quest for self-emancipation, The Joyous Science is a literary tour de force and quite possibly Nietzsche's best book.

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