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* Thus Spake Zarathustra
* Natural Philosophy
* Notes from the Underground
* Cicero's Tusculan Disputations
* Bushido, the Soul of Japan
* The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant
Thus Spake Zarathustra contains a collection of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche's various philosophical works. The book was published during 1880s including many concepts like "eternal recurrence of the same", "death of God".
The book chronicles the fictitious travels and speeches of Zarathustra. He goes on to characterize "what the name ..
Natural Philosophy is a work of an extensive and in depth study written by the novel price winning German chemist Friedrich Wilhelm Ostwald, whose notable writings include Conversations on Chemistry , and The Scientific Foundations of Analytical Chemistry; Treated in an Elementary Manner.
This book explores the relationship between Natural scien..
Notes from the Underground is written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, a Russian novelist who wrote many books such as The Idiot, The Brothers Karamazov , and his magnum opus Crime and Punishment.
This novel is considered to be existentialist novel, and presents the memoirs of a bitter, isolated, poor man from his diary notes. Written in two parts, the fi..
Tusculan Disputations is an attempt to popularize, stoic philosophy written by Marcus Tullius Cicero, a Roman Philosopher remembered as the one of the greatest orators of Rome. His literary contributions of speeches and Philosophy works include On the Republic, On the Laws, On Academic Skepticism, In Defense of Titus Annius Milo and On the response..
Bushido, the Soul of Japan is a classic text written by Inazo Nitobé, A Japanese writer and economist of the per-World War- II period. In spite of his origin, he wrote the books in English and later it was translated to Japanese.
This book is a study of the way of the samurai written while Japan undergone from its traditional style to a modern n..
Forward There is a story that Schopenhauer used to begin his
lectures on Kant by saying: "Let no one tell you what
is contained in the Critique of Pure Reason." The
writer of this little book hopes that no one will imagine
that he has disregarded this warning. There are no
short-cuts to the understanding of a great philosopher,
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