Oxford University Press (1999)

Abstract
Nietzsche famously attacked traditional morality, and propounded a controversial ethics of 'life-enhancement'. Simon May presents a radically new view of Nietzsche's thought, which is shown to be both revolutionary and conservative, and to have much to offer us today after the demise of old values and the 'death of God'
Keywords Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm
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Call number B3318.E9.M39 1999
ISBN(s) 0199253064   0198238460   9780199253067   9780198238461   0198238460
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