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- Why I am so wise (Penguin Great Ideas #17R)
- Books Kinokuniya: Why I am So Wise (Penguin Great Ideas) / Nietzsche, Friedrich ()
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Forgotten password Use the form below to recover your username and password. New details will be emailed to you. The overall series is divided into five series of twenty books, each about a hundred pages long. Every book contains a notable essay , often by a very well known writer. Some of these are slightly shortened. The fifth series will be the last.
Books Kinokuniya: Why I am So Wise (Penguin Great Ideas) / Nietzsche, Friedrich ()
On the Shortness of Life - Seneca Meditations - Marcus Aurelius Confessions - Augustine On Friendship - Michel de Montaigne A Tale of a Tub - Jonathan Swift Common Sense - Thomas Paine On the Pleasure of Hating - William Hazlitt On the Suffering of the World - Arthur Schopenhauer On Art and Life - John Ruskin On Natural Selection - Charles Darwin Civilization and Its Discontents - Sigmund Freud Why I Write - George Orwell. The First Ten Books - Confucius The Art of War - Sun Tzu The Symposium - Plato Sensation and Sex - Lucretius An Attack on the Enemy of Freedom - Cicero The City of Ladies - Christine de Pizan Of Empire - Francis Bacon Of Man - Thomas Hobbes Urne-Burial - Sir Thomas Browne Miracles and Idolatry - Voltaire On Suicide - David Hume On the Nature of War - Carl von Clausewitz Conspicuous Consumption - Thorstein Veblen The Myth of Sisyphus - Albert Camus Eichmann and the Holocaust - Hannah Arendt.
In Consolation to his Wife - Plutarch Some Anatomies of Melancholy - Robert Burton Human Happiness - Blaise Pascal The Invisible Hand - Adam Smith The Evils of Revolution - Edmund Burke Nature - Ralph Waldo Emerson The Lamp of Memory - John Ruskin Man Alone with Himself - Friedrich Nietzsche A Confession - Leo Tolstoy Days of Reading - Marcel Proust