translated by Walter Kaufmann
Books by translated by Walter Kaufmann
Interviews where books by translated by Walter Kaufmann were recommended
Nietzsche: A Philosophical Biography
by Rüdiger Safranski & translator Shelley Frisch
Nietzsche on Truth and Philosophy
by Maudemarie Clark
by John Richardson
Beyond Good and Evil
by Friedrich Nietzsche & translated by Walter Kaufmann
On the Genealogy of Morality
by Friedrich Nietzsche
Relativist, atheist, existentialist, Nazi. All have been said of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, some with more reason than others. In 2011, we asked Nietzsche expert Brian Leiter to explain the appeal of the controversial philosopher and to recommend books by and about him. In September (2020) our philosophy editor, Nigel Warburton, asked Brian about some of the latest Nietzsche books, notable works that have come out in the decade since we first spoke to him.
What is the nature of human existence in the world? What should philosophy be concerned with as a discipline? Philosopher Simon Critchley introduces us to the landscape of continental philosophy.