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This is how Zarathustra spoke is a work of the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, in which he relates the arrival of "Übermensch" which has been discussed and elaborated by the author himself at the time. Through Zarathustra, what he does is a strong criticism of the system of values ​​and beliefs. Nietzsche went mad at age 44 and his work (Phoenix, Antichrist, Dionysus and more) remain part of the most important philosophical literature of the last centuries. In Thus I speak Zarathustra tells the story of a man; which establishes certain canons of social struggle. Especially ideological where they include: Family, Religion, Friendship, Love, God and Death .

  • "Truly I say to you that the individual is a nauseating river. It is necessary to be a sea to be able to pick up a nauseating river without being contaminated. "
  • " A thing to worry about is human life and besides, it is always meaningless: a jester can be fatal " "The best shepherd is he who takes his lamb to graze the greenest meadow; "The body is a superb reason, a plurality governed by one sense: war and peace, a herd and a shepherd."
  • "One thing, however, is the thought, another, the action and another, the image of action. The wheel of chance does not break between them. "
  • " The fact that everyone has an opportunity to know how to read hurts not only pens but also thoughts " There is always a pinch of madness in love. However, there is always a little reason in the madness. "
  • « Suddenly he found this young man, sitting at the foot of a tree, his eyes veiled by a deep sorrow and set down, in the valley. He reloaded Zarathustra's hand on the stem of the tree and said the following:

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