How to Nietzsche?

“The struggle of maturity consists in having found again the seriousness one had as a child at play.” – Friedrich Nietzsche


Every time Nietzsche is referenced in books I pay extra attention because I know it’s likely that something utterly profound and insightful is being offered.

He intrigues me, but I’m pretty much oblivious about his work and life.

Where and how do I get started on studying Nietzsche? What your relationship to this man and his work? 🤔

I need your help here! 🙂

2 thoughts on “How to Nietzsche?

  1. I would start with Ecce Homo. Which is… imo anyway, his least… eh… challenging book. I mean they’re all tough reads. Thus Spoke Zarathustra is REALLY tough…

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    1. I second that. Ecce Homo is brilliant, and much easier than his other works. If you haven’t read his other works, which he writes about at length, you could skip the middle section and only read the beginning and end. Still a great read.

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