This landmark study is a detailed textual and thematic analysis of one of Nietzsche's most important but least understood works. Stanley Rosen argues that inZarathustraNietzsche lays the groundwork for philosophical and political revolution, proposing a change in humanity's condition that would be achieved by eliminating the decadent existing race and breeding a new race to take its place. Rosen discusses Nietzsche's systematically duplicitous rhetoric of esoteric messages inZarathustra,and he places the book in the contexts of Greek, Christian, Enlightenment, and postmodernist thought.
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