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    • The Gay Science (The Joyful Wisdom)

    • By: Friedrich Nietzsche
    • Narrated by: Michael Lunts
    • Length: 10 hrs and 55 mins
    • Unabridged
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    The Gay Science (The Joyful Wisdom) is one of Nietzsche's greatest books. His wonderfully fertile mind roams over mankind, his thoughts, his emotions, his behaviour and his weaknesses with remarkable clarity, with insight - but also with humour!In this work are 383 separate paragraphs, some short, some long, but all singular observations - the epitome of his famous aphoristic style. 'Morality is the herd instinct in the individual.'

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    • I am now a full-fledged fan of Nietzsche

    • By Ron on 02-24-18

    Regular price: $20.96

    • Human, All Too Human

    • A Book for Free Spirits
    • By: Friedrich Nietzsche
    • Narrated by: Michael Lunts
    • Length: 15 hrs and 26 mins
    • Unabridged
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    It was with Human, All Too Human, first published in 1878, that Nietzsche developed the aphoristic style that so suited his challenging views and uncompromising style. The text is divided into three main sections: 'Of the First and Last Things', 'History of the Moral Feelings' and 'The Religious Life'.

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    • Thrilling Nietzsche

    • By Cakes Green on 06-12-17

    Regular price: $33.36

    • Critique of Judgement

    • By: Immanuel Kant
    • Narrated by: Michael Lunts
    • Length: 15 hrs and 10 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Critique of Judgement was published in 1790 and is divided into two parts, the Critique of Aesthetic Judgement and the Critique of Teleological Judgement. Our ‘judgements of taste’, as Kant describes our aesthetic judgements, have both a personal and a universal function: personal, because we have a subjective aesthetic response to the ‘agreeable’, the ‘beautiful’, the ‘sublime’ and the ‘good’; but also there is a ‘universal’ aspect because our aesthetic response has a ’disinterested’ element. This brings under Kant’s spotlight, for example, the concept of beauty and the perception of beauty. 

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    • Critique of Practical Reason

    • By: Immanuel Kant, Thomas Kingsmill Abbott - translator
    • Narrated by: Michael Lunts
    • Length: 7 hrs and 6 mins
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    The Critique of Practical Reason was published in 1788, seven years after Immanuel Kant's major work, Critique of Pure Reason. In it, Kant sets out his moral philosophy - and it proved a seminal text in the history of the subject. He argues that the summum bonum (the highest good) of life is that rather than just pursuing happiness, people should inhabit a moral dimension that enables them to deserve the happiness that God can give. Though much shorter than Critique of Pure Reason, this is the sourcebook for Kant’s ethical doctrines. 

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