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Human, All-Too-Human, A Fin de Siecle…

Human, All-Too-Human, A Fin de Siecle Nietzschean Retrospective

by Craig B. Hulet

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0967788609, Paperback)

Based on Frederick Nietzsche's book of the same title, it is a collection of aphorisms and brief essays on American culture and current political history; the subtitle explains it as "A Nietzschean Retrospective." The section titled War and Peace reveals a source of much of this nation's foreign and domestic policies formulated by academia from the early fifties through the seventies. The poetry at the end of the volume has been produced as spoken word accompanied by cello and guitar on a new CD : Oliver Stone wrote that "it revealed a gloomy but powerful musical presence"

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