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The Genealogy of Morals - F. Nietzsche

The Genealogy of Morals - F. Nietzsche

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THE
GENEALOGY
OF
MORALS
By
FRIEDRICH
NIETZSCHE
TRANSLATED
BY
HORACE
B.
SAMUEL,
M.
A.
K
BONI
AND
LIVERIGHT
PUBLISH
ERS
NEW
YOR
K
 
EDITOR'S
NOTE.
In
1887,
with
the
view
of
amplifying
and
completing
certain
new
doctrines
whichhe
had
merely
sketched
in
Beyond
Good
and
Evil
(see
especially
Aphorism
260),
Nietzsche
published
The
Genealogy
0}
Morals.
This
work
is
perhaps
the
least
aphoristic,
in
form,
of
all
Nietzsche's
productions.
For
analytical
power,
more
especially
in
thoseparts
where
Nietzsche
examines
the
ascetic
ideal,
The
Genealogy
0}
Morals
is
unequalled
by
any
other
of
his
works;
and,
in
the
light
which
it
throws
upon
the
atti-
tude
of
the
ecclesiast
to
the
man
of
resentment
and
mis-
fortune,
it
is
one
of
the
most
valuable
contributions
to
sacerdotal
psychology.
 
CONTENTS
PAGE
Preface
'
.,
i
First
Essay
 Good
and
Evil,
Good
and
Bad
...
i
Second
Essay
 Guilt,
Bad
Conscience,
and
the
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40
Third
Essay
What
Is
the
Meaning
ofAscetic
Ideals?
94
Peoples
and
Countries
1
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