Twilight of the Idols

Twilight of the Idols Twilight of the Idols which deals with what we worship and why presents a vivid overview of many of Nietzsche s mature ideas including his attack on Plato s Socrates and on the Platonic legacy in We

  • Title: Twilight of the Idols
  • Author: Friedrich Nietzsche Duncan Large
  • ISBN: 9780192831385
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • Twilight of the Idols

    Twilight of the Idols, which deals with what we worship and why, presents a vivid overview of many of Nietzsche s mature ideas including his attack on Plato s Socrates and on the Platonic legacy in Western philosophy and culture and anticipates his projected revaluation of all values Accompanied by a fascinating Introduction by Tracy Strong, Richard Polt s new translaTwilight of the Idols, which deals with what we worship and why, presents a vivid overview of many of Nietzsche s mature ideas including his attack on Plato s Socrates and on the Platonic legacy in Western philosophy and culture and anticipates his projected revaluation of all values Accompanied by a fascinating Introduction by Tracy Strong, Richard Polt s new translation faithfully and beautifully renders this highly formal, even musical, late work of Nietzsche s, which Nietzsche characterized as a very sharp, precise and quick digest of my essential philosophical heterodoxies, and which offers such an excellent introduction to his thought Includes select bibliography, notes, and index.

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    1. فرشاد

      این نوشتار کوتاه، با آهنگی شادمانه و فجیع، دیوی است که می‌خندد و در بین کتاب‌های نیچه یک استثنا محسوب می‌شود و هیچ کتابی غنی‌تر و شرورانه‌تر از آن نیست. معنی “بت“ در عنوان کتاب همان است که تاکنون "حقیقت" نامیده شده است. غروب بتان به بیان ساده، یعنی که حقیقت‌های کهن پایان می [...]

    2. AhmadEbaid

      خذوا بالكم من الترجمات قبل كل كتاب, دوّروا على كل الترجمات المتاحة واسألوا عنها, وقارنوها إذا كان متاح لكم هذا لأنك إذا وقعت في ترجمة سيئة مثل هذه الترجمة من الكتاب "ترجمة:حسان بورقية-محمد الناجي" هتتعب كتير وهتضيع وقت أكتر في فهم ألفاظ غير متناسقة وهذا فضلاً عن إن هذه الترجمة [...]

    3. Saleh MoonWalker

      غروب بت هااثری کوتاه و در عین حال فوق العاده قوی و غنینیچه در این اثر به بررسی دقیق و عمقی مفهوم بت ها و حقیقت می پردازد و مانور اصلی آن بر روی نمایش آسیب های وارد شده به نمای حقیقت، مشکلات مسیحیت و صدماتی که در طول قرن ها بر انسان ها و جوامع وارد کرده است، می باشد. نثر این اثر، هم [...]

    4. David

      Well, I really wanted to philosophize with a hammer, but I said to myself, 'Who the heck will show me how?' As quickly as the word 'how' fell from my lips into the limitless void, I heard a motorized scooter being fired up and approaching at an alarming speed. (Alarming for a motorized scooter, anyway.) I turned around in my fluorescent yellow booth at Subway, where I was busy 'enjoying' a Veggie Delite [sic], only to see a deranged-looking man with enough mustache for the entire cast of a 1970s [...]

    5. Nikos Tsentemeidis

      Από τα ωραιότερα βιβλία του Νίτσε. Καταπιάνεται με πολλά θέματα. Αυστηρός κριτής ως συνήθως σπουδαίων ανθρώπων κ.ά όπως ο Σωκράτης, ο Πλάτων, ο Καντ, ο Γερμανός του 19ου αιώνα, ο χριστιανισμός κτλ. Εξυμνεί τον Γκαίτε και δηλώνει γοητευμένος από τις Ωδές του Οράτιου. Κάτι άλλο σ [...]

    6. Ahmed Ibrahim

      إعجابي بهذا الكتاب لا يعني إعجابي بفلسفته، فالكتاب احتوى على بعض التناقضات وبعض الأفكار الشاذة عن الأسرة والديموقراطية وغيرها، كما أني لا أؤمن بالمذهب اللا أخلاقي بشكل كامل عمومًا.سبب إعجابي بالكتاب أن نيتشه يعطينا الفلسفة قرعًا بالمطرقة بالمعنى الحرفي، آراءه هي خبطات مت [...]

    7. Yakup

      Yıkılacak putları olanlara, Cesur olabileceğini düşünenelere tavsiyemdir. Burada Çekiç ile felsefe yapılıyor

    8. Rscarff

      Can you imagine how much fun Nietzsche must have been at parties? Guest No. 1: Wow, these deviled eggs are delicious.Freddy: The devil is a creation of the ultimate mishap upon humankind, and this egg is a desecration of the fruit of the first instinct. Guest No. 2: Great music, huh?Fred: I hate it. And so on. Obviously, Nietzsche had a titanic mind, and while his immoralisim is in direct conflict with my personal worldview, many of his ideas remain profound a century and a half later. That he d [...]

    9. Ahmed Oraby

      ما هذا الخرف؟هذا ولا شك كتاب عجيبهو ليس كتابًا بالمعنى الحرفي للكلمةهو مجموعة من الشذرات الفلسفية التي كتبها نيتشه، وأغلبها ليست من مصدر واحدهي موزعة بين عدة كتب، وهذه هي طبيعة كتابات نيتشه كما لاحظتفهو يكتب ويكتب ثم يحذف ويشجب ما كتبالكتاب سيئ للغاية، عبارة عن هذيانات لا أ [...]

    10. joycesu

      This book frustrated me beyond comprehension. I hated him so vehemently for many different reasons:He whines incessantly about things like the downfall of German intellectualism, yet offers no solution.He "critiques" a great many other philosopher , writer, or artist, but offers little to no actual insight to the "idol;" he simply alludes to their "stupidity," much like a child with a chip on his shoulder.His style of writing is disjointed and hard to follow (this could be my translation too tho [...]

    11. Lindu Pindu

      Upon reading the reviews here, it surprises me how many people misunderstand what Nietzsche is saying; he is definitely not a nihilist. Rather, he affirms life. An example would be where he talks of freedom. You gain freedom by affirming life, in spite of the pain and suffering that comes with life (strikes me as Buddhist). Freedom is also gained by mastery of the instinct for ‘happiness.’ Much of what he says applies today- our ethics that support our weaknesses, our educational system that [...]

    12. Mohammad Ali

      در اینکه بهش سه ستاره بدم یا کمتر تردید دارم و دلیلش رو هم خواهم گفتباید اذعان کنم از اینکه آثار نیچه رو خیلی کم خوندم اصلا ناراضی نیستم. به نظرم نیچه خوندن یه مقداری تجربه و آشنایی فلسفی می خواد - هم از جنس اطلاعات فلسفی و هم از جنس آشنایی با حس و حال متون فلسفی - و تازه کم کم می ت [...]

    13. Ahmed Almawali

      لعلني كنتُ محظوظا بترجمةِ دار الجمل بيدِ علي مصباح، فقد قلبتُ مراجعاتِ القراءِ الكرامِ قبلي - وهي عادةٌ لا أحبذها لأنها تفقدني متعةَ اكتشافِ المجهولِ وسبرِ أغوارِ الكتابِ- ووجدتُ اتفاقهم على الترجمةِ السيئةِ الخاذلةِ.تجربتي الأولى كانت فاشلةً مع نيتشه في كتابه "هكذا تكلم ز [...]

    14. Anas Abu Samhan

      ضع أفكارك المسبقة جانبًا، ثم اقرأ لنيتشه هذا الفيلسوف العظيم. أول تجربة لي تقريبًا بكتاب كامل مع نيتشه، ومع المترجم علي مصباح. كانت الترجمة ممتازة، وقد اخترتها بناءً على اقتراح الأصدقاء الذين قرؤوا الكتاب.يتحدث هنا نيتشة بصراحة شديدة في مواضيع "وأشخاص" مفترقة في الفلسفة ونق [...]

    15. Amir

      با مردم سرکردن و درهای دل را [به روی همه] بازگذاشتن، بزرگواری است؛ بزرگواری و بس.اما دلهایی را که توان پذیرایی "شاهانه" دارند، از پرده های کشیده و پنجره های بسته شان می توان شناخت: آنان بهترین اتاق هاشان را خالی نگاه می دارند. برای چه؟ برای این که چشم به راه میهمانانی هستند که با [...]

    16. مناجاة فراشة ❤️كنزة بلفاسم

      -_- الخطأ به أو بالترجمة أو بعقلي لا يوجد احتمال ثالث إما فيلسوف خرف أو مترجم درس الترجمة خارج أسوار الجامعات والمعاهد أو أنّ مخي يحتاج اعادة تشغيلسيء جدّا -_-

    17. فاروق الفرشيشي

      -------------- My Review (I read an arabic version : غسق الأوثان and an English one to ensure it's a good translation)Now I'm discovering Nieztsche, the real one, not like in "Die fröhliche Wissenschaft", he's giving much of him in this book, so much opinions here, so much contradictions, and confusing concepts, anarchy is out there in every word, in every text, he doesn't seem to give a f*** to how a book should be structured, he just writes when he wants, and about what he pleases. [...]

    18. Geoff

      The only reason I'm adding Nietzsche's "Twilight of the Idols" is because I had an extremely vivid dream last night that I was in the waiting room of a ruined, wrecked office building (with shattered windows, overturned furniture, chair and couch cushions splayed and torn and ripped, stuffing pulled out and strewn everywhere, bookshelves overturned, desks knifed and broken) and this waiting room was at the endpoint of a very long series of labyrinthine halls, and the receptionist was behind some [...]

    19. Emad Attili

      هذا هو نيتشه! ذلك الفيلسوف السوبرمان!رغم أنني قرأت له كتابه الأشهر: هكذا تكلم زرادشت. إلا أنني لم أعرف نيتشه وقتها كما عرفته الآن بعد غسق الأوثان.هذا الكتاب عبارة عن خواطر وأفكار يلخص فيها نيتشه فلسفته في الحياة. كما ويوضح رأيه في كثير من المواقف الأخلاقية.صادمةٌ هي أفكاره! يم [...]

    20. Ali Gilani

      Nietzsche writes in a vague prose, and there are multiple interpretations of his texts, but I will make it simpler for me and write my first impressions of the book. I believe it is a great piece of prose. And his aphoristic style is short and curt and as the name of the book suggests, it really feels like someone is pounding you with a hammer. The blows are swift and direct. As I read an English translation much of the lyrical effect, the play on the words is left out, somewhere pointed out by [...]

    21. Haktan

      Nietzsche'yi ya da onun bir kitabını değerlendirmek bana düşmez ancak okuma keyfi olarak kitabın beklentimin altında kaldığını belirtmek isterim. Nietzsche anlaması zor biri. Düşünceleri karışık ve ifade tarzı alışılmışın dışında. Kitabın bir yerinde yazar bu tarzıyla övünüyor ama ben pek sevmedim o tarzı. Bir de fazla kibirli bir üslubu var. Düşünceleri işlemek, okuyucuyu ikna etmek çabasına çok girmeden şu şöyledir, bu böyledir deyip sıyrılıyor. [...]

    22. ArEzO.... Es

      غروب بت‌ها شامل بخش‌های مختلفی است:- نکته‌پردازی‌ها و خدنگ‌اندازی‌هادر این بخش، ۴۴ گزین‌گویه وجود دارد که هیچ‌کدام از ۳-۴ خط بیشتر نیستند."فرمولِ من برایِ شادکامی: یک آری، یک نه، یک خطِّ راست، یک هدف " [صفحه‌ی ۳۲]- مسئله‌ی سقراطهمانطور که از اسم بخش برمی‌آید، به در هم کوبی [...]

    23. ژیار Jiyar

      کتێبێکە هەڵدەستێت بە سەرەوژێرکردنی هەموو بەهاکان، چەکووش یاخود پیکێکە بۆ شکاندن و وردوخاش کردنی هەموو بتەکان ـ

    24. lavinia

      I am most likely going to burn in reader's hell for this rating. I never really liked Nietzsche, his style always seems to influence the weak with rebellion, especially teenagers. His anger with Christianity is so big that I believe this guy is responsible for a third of today's atheists. Especially if you're in high school, this book is going to influence you a lot.He focuses on how people trust and value much more their non-sensorial traits and how the real sensors are neglected and considered [...]

    25. TarasProkopyuk

      Фридрих Ницше как никто другой из великих философов дерзко рушит множество идеалов, идолов и стандартов когда либо созданные человеком, общественными институтами и отдельными знаменитыми людьми, которые так или иначе вошли в историю и оставили пагубные и несвойственные [...]

    26. عبدالرحمن

      نجمة واحدة لماذا ؟أولاً بالنسبة للترجمة لا تستحق أي نجمة الترجمة أسوأ مما تتخيلثم أخطاء مطبعية تزيد علي سوء الترجمة سوءً أما عن باقي النجوم الغير ممنوحة فهي بمناسبة الوقاحة الشديدةالنجمة الممنوحة هي فقط للصراحة الشديدةمن أكثر العبارات التي أعجبتني"الإشباع يقي حتي من الزك [...]

    27. Cwn_annwn_13

      This starts off with some almost funny (something even vaguely resembling humor is not something you expect to see in a Nietzsche book) observations from Nietzsche and goes from there into his critiques of Socrates. He later goes into critiques and observations about other philosophers, as well as critiquing Germans and Germany. This book has plenty of what I normally like and dislike about Nietzsche. Dislike, sometimes reading his work is about as exciting as watching paint dry and he comes off [...]

    28. Mark

      Hysterically irritated and contemptuous, this book of aphoristic observations and short philosophical essays is by turns incisive, obvious, witty, morose and self-congratulatory. Nietzsche here is like a hungover Voltaire the morning after a brawl at a gentleman's club. He's relentlessly dour, and his arguments seem at first like a bracing philosophical slap, then like a hilarious rant at a Bohemian open-mike night and finally like a tiresome uncle's after-dinner wheedling. The number of stars i [...]

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