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Zarathustra By Anatoly Nazirov
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Published by York University in Toronto: a lyrical philosophical poem (inspired by F.Nietzsche's "Thus Spake Zarathustra") by the renowned Professor of Philosophy and poet Anatoly Nazirov,... More > who lives and works in St-Petersburg, Russia. Translated from the Russian by Ivan Zhavoronkov (PhD Candidate in Humanities, York University, Toronto, Canada). The book includes the original Russian poem, the editor's foreword, and an introductory article on the translation of "Zarathustra"< Less
Zarathustra By Anatoly Nazirov
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Published by York University in Toronto: a lyrical philosophical poem (inspired by F.Nietzsche's "Thus Spake Zarathustra") by the renowned Professor of Philosophy and poet Anatoly Nazirov,... More > who lives and works in St-Petersburg, Russia. Translated from the Russian by Ivan Zhavoronkov (PhD Candidate in Humanities, York University, Toronto, Canada). The book includes the original Russian poem, the editor's foreword, and an introductory article on the translation of "Zarathustra"< Less
Zarathustra's Larkmotif By Ivan Zhavoronkov
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"Zarathustra's Larkmotif" is an epic poem written by the Russian and English-Canadian poet Ivan Zhavoronkov. It is based on a lyrical philosophical poem by the Russian poet and philosophy... More > professor Anatoly Nazirov entitled "Zarathustra" (inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche's "Thus Spake Zarathustra"), which Zhavoronkov recently translated from the Russian into English and published both as a stand-alone volume and — together with other poems by Dr. Anatoly Nazirov — under the general title "A Poet's Gallery". The poem is rich in emotion and original images, employing rhythm and rhyme, alliteration and assonance. Its bird imagery... presents a unique and complex canvas of intricate yet understandable ideas. Dear Reader, you are encouraged to read this poem out loud.< Less
Zarathustra's Larkmotif By Ivan Zhavoronkov
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"Zarathustra's Larkmotif" is an epic poem written by the Russian and English-Canadian poet Ivan Zhavoronkov. It is based on a lyrical philosophical poem by the Russian poet and philosophy... More > professor Anatoly Nazirov entitled "Zarathustra" (inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche's "Thus Spake Zarathustra"), which Zhavoronkov recently translated from the Russian into English and published both as a stand-alone volume and — together with other poems by Dr. Anatoly Nazirov — under the general title "A Poet's Gallery". The poem is rich in emotion and original images, employing rhythm and rhyme, alliteration and assonance. Its bird imagery... presents a unique and complex canvas of intricate yet understandable ideas. Dear Reader, you are encouraged to read this poem out loud.< Less
A Bridge for Zarathustra By Annie Francoeur
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Two contrasting voices blend together, sharing their intimate views in this unique portrait of Zarathustra’s journey into his Soul-led human life. Discover the honest testimonial of the one... More > allowing this divine presence in her life, and receive the gifts offered by the generous spiritual master that is Zarathustra. “That is all very wonderful, but in that exact moment, I was fighting Aandrah’s words. I couldn’t follow what she was saying to me very well, and it wasn’t the crowd that was diverting my attention. It was that name, “Zarathustra”. So I shared with her what was happening and my surprise at the arrival of this entity I knew nothing about which I was hearing again so clearly. “Zarathustra” on my left side, and then up to the right of my head, “Zarathustra”. It was persistent and sort of jolly. She smiled at me gently, as if this were all in a day’s work for her, then asked me whether I agreed “to breathe in” this energy, to allow Zarathustra in my life?< Less
A Bridge for Zarathustra By Annie Francoeur
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Two contrasting voices blend together, sharing their intimate views in this unique portrait of Zarathustra’s journey into his Soul-led human life. Discover the honest testimonial of the one... More > allowing this divine presence in her life, and receive the gifts offered by the generous spiritual master that is Zarathustra. “That is all very wonderful, but in that exact moment, I was fighting Aandrah’s words. I couldn’t follow what she was saying to me very well, and it wasn’t the crowd that was diverting my attention. It was that name, “Zarathustra”. So I shared with her what was happening and my surprise at the arrival of this entity I knew nothing about which I was hearing again so clearly. “Zarathustra” on my left side, and then up to the right of my head, “Zarathustra”. It was persistent and sort of jolly. She smiled at me gently, as if this were all in a day’s work for her, then asked me whether I agreed “to breathe in” this energy, to allow Zarathustra in my life?< Less
The Zarathustra Principle By Roger Hardy
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Axel and Dieter are student friends, united in the philosophy of Nietzsche and the certain knowledge that God is dead. Yet, somewhere in their city is the first Jewish prophet for two millennia,... More > writing down the words of God. The body of a young woman is dragged from the Rhine. A drunken night turns to tragedy when student caper turns into murder and a Jewish moneylender is dead. The two deaths set off a sequence of events that test their relationships with family and friends and change their lives forever. Set in Weimar Germany at the time of the birth of Nazism, this mystery has murder at its heart. But philosophy as its core.< Less
THUS SPAKE ZARATHUSTRA By FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
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Thus spake Zarathustra, according to Nietzsche
Thus Spake Zarathustra By Freidrich Nietszche
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Described by Nietzsche himself as "the deepest ever written", the book is a dense and esoteric treatise on philosophy and morality, featuring as protagonist a fictionalized Zarathustra. -... More > Wikipedia< Less
Thus Spoke Zarathustra By Friedrich Nietzsche
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Thus Spoke Zarathustra is a foundational work of Western literature and Friedrich Nietzsche’s masterpiece. It includes the German philosopher’s famous discussion of the phrase ‘God... More > is dead’ as well as his concept of the Superman. Nietzsche delineates his Will to Power theory and devotes pages to critiquing Christian thinking, in particular Christianity’s definition of good and evil.< Less

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