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September 28, 2008



I love Nietzsche. The more I learn about him the more I realise I don't know that much. This podcast came just at the right time as I am in the middle of writing my thesis which includes some work about Nietzsche and I was struggling to really make it link to what I was doing. Now it all makes sense again.

Stewart Fethom

Fantastic podcast; really helped frame Nietzsche's critique of customary morality. Thanks!


Absolutely fascinating. I've listened multiple times. It's very revealing to expose even the concept that things such as morality are based on cultural (in this case Christian) values.

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