Thus Spake Zarathustra

Thus Spake Zarathustra Classic work by the German philologist philosopher and author Hard to categorize the work is a treatise on philosophy a highly praised work of literature and in parts a collection of poetry and in

  • Title: Thus Spake Zarathustra
  • Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
  • ISBN: 9781406510867
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • Classic work by the German philologist, philosopher and author Hard to categorize, the work is a treatise on philosophy, a highly praised work of literature, and in parts a collection of poetry and in others a parody of and amendment to the Bible Consisting largely of speeches by the book s tragic hero and prophet Zarathustra, the work s content extends across a vast ranClassic work by the German philologist, philosopher and author Hard to categorize, the work is a treatise on philosophy, a highly praised work of literature, and in parts a collection of poetry and in others a parody of and amendment to the Bible Consisting largely of speeches by the book s tragic hero and prophet Zarathustra, the work s content extends across a vast range of styles and subject matter Nietzsche himself described the work as the deepest ever written.

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    1. العار، العار، العار ذلك هو تاريخ الإنسان ومن يلومك يا نيتشه؟ومن يجروء على تكذيبك؟ومن يستطيع إنكار حقيقة الإنسان الملعونة؟اختلف معه قدر ما تريد‏حقّر من أفكاره ومن نظرته للحياة عموماقل عنه أنه كافر ملحد عنصري موهومولكنك لن تستطيع إنكار حقيقة واحدة متوهجة كألف شمس‏نيتشهعب [...]

    2. Horror movies never frightened me in the same way certain works of literature and film did. Reading through Zarathustra as a teenager was a singularly powerful experience; the work defies categorization or genre, time or place. I was warned that Nietzsche was dangerous for young readers (like Machiavelli) because he went insane. This I HAD to read. It was my first encounter with existential thought, a stinging critique of the very nature of values and belief. The events in the book are more like [...]

    3. في قراءتي الأولى للكتاب خلال سنوات الجامعة كنتُ أبحث عن دهشة اللغة على ما يبدو. في قراءتي هذه كنتُ أبحث عن فكر نيتشه. يحسب له - قطعاً - سعيه الدؤوب نحو قلقلة وهدم والتشكيك في كل شيء، ويحسب له أيضاً حبه للتجاوز وتأكيده على ضرورة تفوق الإنسان على نفسه، إلا أن المنهج الذي يقترحه من [...]

    4. شكسبير كان بيقول : (الدنيا مسرح كبير، وأن كل الرجال والنساء ما هم إلا لاعبون على هذا المسرح.) وغالبًا يكون معظم البشر يندرجون تحت هذه الفئة , فئة الممثلين مهما كانت أدوارهم ومهما اختلفت فيما بينهم .ولكن هناك الفئات شديدة الخصوصية عميقة الفكر , هي تلك الفئات التى أبت إلا أن تفتح [...]

    5. How you liking them apples, Jede-fucking-diah?!Thus spoke Barnaby Jones.I read this book back around 2001 or 2002. I wasn't much concerned with writing reviews back then—and how weird is that?—but, deeming Nietzsche a pretty smart guy, I scribbled down a bunch of notes and quotes. Since I've not a single review by Friedrich N. at this place, I thought, in lieu of anything more insightful or intelligent, to copy those notes out below, verbatim. And after having done so, I'm not quite sure wha [...]

    6. أناشدكم أن تظلوا أوفياءً للأرض يا إخوتيوألا تصدقوا أولئك الذين يحدثونكم عن آمال فوقأرضيةمعدو سموم أولئك سواء أكانوا يعلمون ذلك أو لا يعلمونمستخفون بالحياة هممحتضرون ومتسممون بدورهممَلَّتهم الحياةُ : فليرحلوا إذًا!

    7. بسم الله الرحمن الرحيماول حاجة عاوزة اقولها اني حاسة اني حاموت من السعادة اني خلصت الكتاب ده.اول مرة اسعد اني خلصت من كتاب بالشكل ده والله فرحة اللي طلع من سجنالجملة دي بتعبر تماما عن شعوري تجاه زرادشتتاني حاجة انا كنت بدأت الاول بترجمة الحج علي مصباح وفوجئت ان اول 30 صفحة من ا [...]

    8. يووووووووووووووه يوه يوه يوه ،، سأرقص ، إنه وقت الرقص والرقص والرقصهل تتوقعون أن زرادشت نيتشه ، سيهتم بالتقييم والتعليق هنا ، لا لا لا أظن إطلاقا ،، فلهُ مخرجهولكنّه لو رآني وحروفي نرقص ، لأقبل ملتويا على رأسه راقصا ،، :)))))))))))))) ٠تجربة رائعة ، إعراجية ، أستمتعت بالقراءة وإراد [...]

    9. Also sprach Zarathustra, Friedrich Nietzscheتاریخ نخستین خوانش: یک از روزهای سال 1971 میلادیعنوان: چنین گفت زرتشت - کتابی برای همه کس و هیچکس؛ اثر: فردریش نیچه؛ مترجم: حمید نیرنوری؛ تهران، ابن سینا، چاپ دوم 1346؛ در 436 ص؛ چاپ دیگر: تهران، امیرکبیر، سیمرغ، چاپ سوم 1351؛چاپ دیگر: تهران، اهورا، 1384؛ در 597 ص؛ ش [...]

    10. I have at all times written my writings with my whole heart and soul: I do not know what purely intellectual problems are.There is a great deal of Nietzsche that I agree with, and hoards with which I vehemently do not. I've been accumulating quotes of his for five years now, quotes whose inherent lack of context made me like him more than I do now. I still love many of his phrases as much as I did before, but if we ever met, we would not like each other at all.Despite that muddle, I am grateful [...]

    11. Verily have I overshot myself in my vanity into thinking that I was ready to attempt this book. Humbled am I now.I probably got less than one-third of what Nietzsche was fulminating on. Maybe in another two reading or so maybe with a different translation ?Can anyone who has read this help me out? Is the second half of the book just plain abstruse or was it just me?

    12. "إن أكبر سؤال من الأسئلة المحيرة اليوم هو: "كيف يمكن حفظ الإنسان؟" لكن زرادشت يظل الوحيد والأول الذي يسأل: كيف يمكن تجاوز الإنسان؟"في البداية يجب الحديث عن الترجمة، قرأت الكتاب ترجمة على مصباح مع الإطلاع على جزء كبير من ترجمة فيلكس فارس، ويظل رأيي أن الترجمة عن غير اللغة الأصل [...]

    13. I know my fate. One day, there will be associated with my name the recollection of something frightful - of a crisis like no other before on earth, of the profoundest collision of conscience, of a decision evoked against everything that until then had been believed in, demanded, sanctified. I am not a man. I am dynamite. (The above is Nietzsche's view of himself from the concluding chapter of Ecce Homo). I know I bitch about the iconoclastic Nietzsche, thel'enfant terrible of philosophy, but I c [...]

    14. کتابی با نثر شیوا در عین سختی و پر معنا و پر مفهوم. این کتاب منو اولین بار با نیچه آشنا کرد و زمینه این شد که باقی آثار نیچه رو هم بخونم و به نیچه علاقه مند بشم.سبک زندگی عالی و تقریبا کاربردی رو پیشنهاد میکنه که واقعا امکان به کاربستنش حتی توی جامعه امروز هم تقریبا وجود داره. جرئ [...]

    15. İnanılmaz bir kitap! Belki de, şimdiye kadar okuduğum en iyi kitaplardan birisi Onu farklı yapan neydi? Okuyucuyu savurmasıydı elbette o düşünceden o düşünceye Ve bilmeyenler için söyleyeyim, Nietzsche'nin düşünceleri, sert kayalar gibidir deniz kenarında yalçın yamaçlarda duran"Sen uçuruma baktığında, uçurum da senin ruhunun derinliklerine bakar" diyen Nietzsche'dir karşında duran ve sen onun kitabını okuduğunda, onun kitabı da senin ruhunun derinliklerini okur. [...]

    16. While this book will sadly always be bogged down in Nietzsche's unresolved and immature childhood angst, his poetic brilliance iswell, brilliant. The real stride of Zarathustra lies more at the beginning, with the prophet's existence rather petering out toward the end, rather than the usual ascent into spiritual ecstasy with which similar stories finish. Still, I suppose if I read the text as an insight into the mind of Nietzsche himself - rather than an educational, theological journey - then t [...]

    17. هكذا تكلم زرادشت:*|هي رواية فلسفية للفيلسوف الألماني فريدريك نيتشه، تتألف من أربعة أجزاء، تتكون من سلسلة من الخطب التي تسلط الضوء على تأملات زرادشت. وقدم نيتشه في كتابه الفضائل الإنسانية كما يراها إلا أنه أخذ عليه تمجيده للقوة حيث يعد نيتشه من أوائل من صاغوا نظرية "الرجل الخا [...]

    18. هكذا تكلم زرادشت قرأ كتاب نيتشه الأشهر هذا بترجمة محمد الناجي الصادرة عن دار (أفريقيا الشرق)، وهي برأيي ترجمة ممتازة، أفضل من ترجمتي فليكس فارس وعلي مصباح. سيجد قراء الفلسفة هذا الكتاب غريباً، وكأنه مكتوب بقلم رجل دين لا فيلسوف، ربما لهذا كان يسمى بالإنجيل الخامس، وما أكثر ا [...]

    19. دوستانِ گرانقدر، در این ریویو اصلاً قصد ندارم به نقدِ این کتاب بپردازم، چراکه نقد این کتاب یعنی نقد بزرگمردی همچون «زرتشت» میباشدعزیزانم، من «نیچه» را به عنوانِ یک نویسندۀ زبردست میشناسم که این کتاب را به بهترین شکلِ ممکن نوشته است با تمام احترامی که برای هواداران «نیچه» قا [...]

    20. الكتاب جميل جدا0و جماله أنه رمزي و كلٌ يفهم منه ما يُخاطب شيئا فيه0قرأته قبل عدة سنوات و كان منعطفا في حياتي قرأت فيه الكثير من نفسي حينها، حين كنت أشعر بالحيرة0و حين قلت للأستاذ الذي نصحني بقراءته بأني وجدته رائعا و لكني لست متأكدة إن كنتُ فهمت ما أراد لنا نيتشة أن نفهمه، فأجا [...]

    21. Incredibly interesting ideas. For sure you will be thinking about what is said here for a long, long time. This most famous book of Nietzsche delves into the central idea: the "eternal recurrence of the same", also the parable on the "death of God", and the "prophecy" of the Übermensch. Nietzsche himself claims it is "the deepest book ever written". (he wasn’t one prone to humility…) A fictionalized prophet descends from his recluse to mankind, Zarathustra, and turns traditional morality on [...]

    22. Em Busca Do Super-HomemDepois de Alquimizar as Cinzas na Montanha, Zaratustra parte Renovado com destino ao Vale.Tem como Missão Acordar o Super-Homem que Dorme no homem-verme, mais macaco que todos os macacosE Zaratustra falou assim aos homens-vermes do Vale:"Eu vos anuncio o Super-Homem""O homem é superável. Que fizestes para o superar?""Que é o macaco para o homem? Uma irrisão ou uma dolorosa vergonha.""Pois é o mesmo que o homem para o Super-Homem!""Percorrestes o caminho que medeia do [...]

    23. Please note: Read in 2007 from an on-line edition for personal research and edification. Reactions to it are my own.Annotated Synopsis: Described by Nietzsche himself as "the deepest ever written", the book is a dense and esoteric treatise on philosophy and morality, featuring as protagonist a fictionalized Zarathustra. A central irony of the text is that Nietzsche mimics the style of the Bible in order to present ideas which fundamentally oppose Christian and Jewish morality and tradition.The o [...]

    24. "يبدأ زرادشت رحلتَه وهو يبلغ من العمر 30 عامًا، بعد أن كان ولعشر سنوات في عزلة تامّة، لا يَرى فيها سوى الطبيعة البكر، ولا يسمع فيها سوى حفيفِ الشجر وخريرِ الماء وأصواتِ الحيوانات، عزلةٍ تامّةٍ عن أيّ بشريّ." إن محور الدائرة في فلسفة نيتشه إنما هو إيجاد إنسان يتفوق على الإنساني [...]

    25. I haven’t been able to sincerely laugh in a long, long time. This book gave me what I needed: a logical basis for accepting laughter into my life again. I didn’t expect the intuitive introvert atheistic existentialist Nietzsche to have anything to say about laughter, but laughter was one of the primary themes here. This book isn’t just a collection of a philosopher’s wisdom. Nietzsche journeyed deep inside himself for his writing – so deep that he lost his own sanity and ultimately cou [...]

    26. This is one of my top 3 favorite books of all time. It’s a story, it’s a sermon, it’s poetry, it’s philosophy. It seems heavy reading at first, but it grows progressively easier once you get used to his language and ideas. Zarathustra’s style is Biblical, almost like one of the Old Testament prophets lamenting society’s turning away from the truth, and he preaches and raves like a prophet too. His message is a bit different, enjoining his listeners to turn away from a traditional not [...]

    27. Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra remains one of the most powerful and cryptic tomes in the history western thought. Is this a work of philosophy or poetry? Due to the immense power of Nietzsche's writing, it remains highly readable, even for those who are not usually comfortable reading philosophy. In the prologue, Nietzsche describes Zarathustra's isolation in the mountains and his intention to descend so that he can teach mankind. Zarathustra proclaims that God is dead and the overman, the s [...]

    28. "İnsan, hayvan ile üstününsan arasında yerdedir" diyor Zerdüşt. Hemen belirtelim Zerdüşt sadece özel bir ad. Yani sanıldığı gibi dini bir karşılığı yok. Zerdüşt'ün söylemleri tamamen bir başkaldırı aslında. Hakikati cesurca arayan bir başkaldırı. Bütün ezberleri bozan bir başkaldırı. İnsanoğlunun acı çekmeden mutluluğu yakalamasının mümkün olmadığını söylüyor Nietzsche. Bengilik (sonsuz zaman, ebediyet ) önemli bir kavramdır Nietzsche için. Ha [...]

    29. I read this when I was in my late teens; therefore, I have never read it, it is to be read by me now that I more capable of reading and thinking

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