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Friedrich Nietzsche
Nietzsche in Basel, ca. 1875
Natawo Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
15 Oktubre 1844(1844-10-15)
Röcken bei Lützen, Prussia
Namatay 25 Agosto 1900 (edad 55)
Weimar, Saxony, German Empire
Nag-ukoy Germany
Nasyonalidad German
Panahon 19th century philosophy
Relihiyon Western philosophy
Panhunahuna Weimar classicism; precursor to continental philosophy, existentialism, postmodernism, post-structuralism
Mga ideya nga kilala
Apollonian and Dionysian, God is dead, eternal recurrence, Übermensch, master-slave morality, will to power, ressentiment, transvaluation of values, perspectivism, Last Man, amor fati, Nietzschean affirmation, herd instinct, tschandala

Hi Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (natawo Oktubre 15, 1844 - namatay Agosto 25, 1900) amo an usa nga manunurat nga alemano ngan pilosopo. Nagsurat hiya hin mga basahon nga naghihingyap makapaupay han kalibutan.

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