• Friedrich Nietzsche Collection

  • The Will to Power, Beyond Good and Evil, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, and Genealogy of Morals
  • By: Friedrich Nietzsche
  • Narrated by: Gregory T. Luzitano
  • Length: 40 hrs and 6 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Peer into the brilliant mind of Friedrich Nietzsche with this enlightening collection of his greatest and most enduring works.

Artfully compiling a selection of Nietzsche’s timeless philosophy and intellectual musings, this book seeks to dispel the mystery and unravel the profound ideas behind this 19th-century intellectual giant. Exploring the driving forces behind Nietzsche’s philosophy, the Friedrich Nietzsche Collection draws on four of his most timeless and influential works, painting a rich and compelling picture of his immense legacy.

This collection breaks down Nietzsche’s most impactful reflections, ranging from poignant questions about the underlying nature of morality to a passionate call for self-discovery. It offers both laymen and experienced philosophical seekers alike with a simple and engaging introduction to Nietzsche’s body of work.

Here’s what you’ll discover inside this ultimate collection:

  • Will to Power, a thought-provoking theory of the driving force behind humans, and one of the core principles behind modern-day psychology
  • Beyond Good and Evil, a compelling work that questions the nature of morality and how we seek it
  • Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Nietzsche’s magnum opus and his favorite work, expressing powerful philosophical reflections through dramatic narrative
  • And On The Genealogy of Morality, a three-part treatise that seeks to explain the growth and evolution of morality

Perfect for students, thinkers, and anybody who wants to uncover more about Nietzsche’s life and work, the Friedrich Nietzsche Collection offers a rich treasure trove of wisdom. This book seeks to help you make sense of our chaotic world, puzzle through some of life’s most pressing questions, and expand your horizons with one of the 19th-century’s greatest minds.

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Old-fashioned manifesting

The concepts in these works by Nietzsche stood out to me as a way of explaining what many today call “manifesting”—we all have this force within us that can drive us to meet our goals. Essentially, anything is possible as long as we have the will. The dense information in this collection was easy to understand thanks to the relaxed and easy nature of the narrator’s tone. These works are definitely worth a listen, especially in today’s world.

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Excellent listen!

Friedrich Nietzsche has always been an excellent writer. However, this work of art was brought to life by the Narrator Gregory.
I enjoyed the introduction (about Nihilism) and now have a whole different perspective on many things!
It was worth the time taken to listen, and I'll do it again!

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Narrator affectation creates an uphill battle

Excellent selection of works. Sadly, I feel the narrator's style is just direly miscalculated for comprehension of this sort of dense material, and his aloof news-anchor-trained cadence has him rushing terribly quickly past Nietzsche's most profound statements, but then pausing for affected embellishment in the most pointless of places.
He has a nice accent But I wish his emphasis and speech patterns reflected and aided any comprehension of the texts, rather than making the task much more difficult.

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Great Listen!

Friedrich Nietzsche’s’, The Will to Power is one of the most essential concepts in the philosophy of Nietzsche. And is one of his more complicated concepts, because it was never defined in his works, leaving his interpretation open to debate. He fell ill in his mind and his sister Elisabeth and friend Peter Gast took possession of all his unpublished notes and edited them to publish, The Will to Power. One of my favorite phrases from Nietzsche is “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”. Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche was very difficult to understand. He wants us to go beyond the concept of good and evil, in other words he rejects the division of good versus evil, he has a way of delivering destructive blows to the great philosophers of the past. In Thus spoke Zarathustra, Nietzsche presents the journey of a Persian prophet Zarathustra. Who spends his time alone in the mountains for ten years and grows tired of his wisdom. So, he begins to go down to humanity to teach them what he has learned. Genealogy of Morals by Friedrich Nietzsche is a response to a book by his former friend Paul Ree, on the origins of morality. It’s his most sustained and cohesive work. He sets up a contrast between what he called “master” morality and “slave” morality. Very interesting listen. The narrator, Gregory T. Luzitano is very well read and a pleasure to listen to.

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Good informational read

I thought the audiobook was a great way to experience this book. Gregory, the narrator, has a great voice and I enjoyed listening. Lots of great information. Good listen.

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just the ramblings of a iconoclast

there isnt much substance to nietsche. just a lot of railing against the accepted morality and beleifs

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excellent

Loved it !! this story. the narrator is so fantastic it's like your really there!! excellent overall

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  • daniel marchand
  • 07-31-22

Fantastic reading, an amazing deal!

wow an amazing deal for such a low price, hours and hours with this first class reading!