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NIETZSCHE, F.: Thus spoke Zarathustra (Abridged)

    

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NIETZSCHE, F.: Thus spoke Zarathustra (Abridged)

Thus Spoke Zarathustra was conceived and written by Friedrich Nietzsche during the years 1881–1885; the first three parts were published in 1883 and 1884. The book formed part of his ‘campaign against morality’, in which Nietzsche explored the ethical consequences of the ‘death of God’. Heavily critical not only of Christian values but also of their modern replacements, Thus Spoke Zarathustra argues for a new value-system based around the prophecy of the Übermensch or Superman. Its appropriation by the National Socialist movement in Germany early in the twentieth century has tainted its reputation unjustly; but there are signs that the rehabilitation of Nietzsche, and of this his most incendiary work, is almost complete. Read by Alex Jennings, there are helpful introductions to every chapter.



Disc 1

  Thus spoke Zarathustra
1.   Introduction to the Prologue 00:03:48
2.   When Zarathustra was thirty years old 00:01:44
3.   Zarathustra went down the mountain alone, no one meeting him 00:03:42
4.   When Zarathustra arrived at the nearest town 00:04:45
5.   Zarathustra, however, looked at the people and wondered 00:03:33
6.   When Zarathustra had spoken these words 00:04:50
7.   Then, however, something happened 00:03:02
8.   Meanwhile the evening came on 00:01:20
9.   When Zarathustra had said this to his heart 00:04:00
10.   Long slept Zarathustra 00:03:35
11.   This had Zarathustra said to his heart 00:01:29
12.   Zarathustra Discourses The Three Metamorphoses 00:01:06
13.   The Three Metamorphoses 00:04:46
14.   The Academic Chairs Of Virtue 00:00:18
15.   People commended to Zarathustra a wise man 00:05:50
16.   The Afterworldly 00:00:18
17.   Once upon a time 00:07:03
18.   The Despisers Of The Body 00:00:55
19.   To the despisers of the body will I speak my word 00:04:09
20.   Reading And Writing 00:00:18
21.   Of all that is written 00:03:37
22.   The Tree On The Hill 00:00:19
23.   Zarathustra’s eye had perceived that a certain youth avoided him 00:06:16
24.   War And Warriors 00:00:45
25.   By our best enemies we do not want to be spared 00:03:54
26.   The New Idol 00:00:19
27.   Somewhere there are still peoples and herds 00:03:37


Disc 2

  Thus spoke Zarathustra
1.   Just see these superfluous ones! 00:02:28
2.   The Thousand And One Goals 00:00:46
3.   Many lands saw Zarathustra 00:05:08
4.   The Way Of The Creating One 00:00:24
5.   Would you go into isolation, my brother 00:05:38
6.   Voluntary Death 00:00:45
7.   Many die too late, and some die too early 00:05:43
8.   The Bestowing Virtue 00:00:35
9.   When Zarathustra had taken leave of the town 00:04:56
10.   Here paused Zarathustra awhile 00:03:00
11.   When Zarathustra had spoken these words 00:02:35
12.   The Child With The Mirror 00:00:51
13.   After this Zarathustra returned again into the mountains 00:05:43
14.   In The Happy Isles 00:00:22
15.   The figs fall from the trees 00:06:03
16.   The Priests 00:00:19
17.   And one day Zarathustra made a sign to his disciples 00:05:31
18.   The Virtuous 00:00:46
19.   With thunder and heavenly fireworks 00:06:36
20.   The Tarantulas 00:00:18
21.   Lo, this is the tarantula’s den! 00:07:05
22.   Self - Surpassing 00:00:21
23.   “Will to Truth” do you call it 00:07:11
24.   The Land Of Culture 00:00:43
25.   Too far did I fly into the future 00:05:33


Disc 3

  Thus spoke Zarathustra
1.   Great Events 00:00:59
2.   There is an isle in the sea 00:05:06
3.   Thus spoke I before the fire - dog 00:03:02
4.   Redemption 00:00:26
5.   When Zarathustra went one day 00:05:00
6.   I walk among men as the fragments of the future 00:06:29
7.   The Stillest Hour 00:00:29
8.   What has happened to me, my friends 00:07:24
9.   The Wanderer 00:01:00
10.   Then, when it was about midnight 00:07:34
11.   The Vision And The Enigma 00:00:47
12.   When it got abroad among the sailors 00:04:45
13.   “Halt, dwarf!” said I 00:07:01
14.   The Bedwarfing Virtue 00:00:22
15.   When Zarathustra was again on the continent 00:01:33
16.   I pass through this people and keep my eyes open 00:05:26
17.   I pass through this people and let fall many words 00:04:28
18.   On Passing By 00:01:00
19.   Thus slowly wandering though many peoples 00:06:19
20.   The Return Home 00:00:17
21.   O solitude! 00:07:50
22.   The Spirit of Gravity 00:00:21
23.   My mouthpiece is of the people 00:01:43


Disc 4

  Thus spoke Zarathustra
1.   He who one day teaches men to fly 00:04:39
2.   With mummies, some fall in love 00:02:41
3.   Old And New Tablets 00:01:10
4.   Here do I sit and wait 00:00:41
5.   When I came to men 00:03:02
6.   There was it also 00:02:08
7.   Behold, here is a new table 00:00:52
8.   Thus wishes the type of noble souls 00:00:47
9.   O my brethren 00:00:52
10.   To be true – that CAN few be! 00:01:03
11.   When the water has planks 00:01:35
12.   There is an old illusion – it is called good and evil 00:00:45
13.   “You shall not rob! You shall not slay!” 00:00:41
14.   It is my sympathy with all the past 00:01:22
15.   O my brethren, I consecrate you 00:01:59
16.   “Why should one live” 00:00:59
17.   “To the clean are all things clean” 00:01:11
18.   Such sayings did I hear pious the afterworldly speak 00:00:47
19.   “He who learns much unlearns all violent cravings” 00:02:12
20.   There stands the boat 00:01:39
21.   O my brethren, there are the tablets 00:01:22
22.   I form circles around me and holy boundaries 00:01:50
23.   O my brethren, am I then cruel 00:00:44
24.   I love the brave 00:01:56
25.   If THEY had bread for nothing, alas! 00:00:50
26.   Thus would I have man and woman 00:00:21
27.   Your marriage arranging 00:01:12
28.   He who has grown wise concerning old origins 00:01:22
29.   O my brethren! With whom lies the greatest danger 00:01:48
30.   O my brethren, have you understood this word 00:00:23
31.   You flee from me 00:01:17
32.   “Why so hard!” said to the diamond one day the charcoal 00:01:08
33.   O you, my Will! 00:01:31
34.   The Convalescent 00:01:10
35.   One morning, not long after his return to the cave 00:02:10
36.   Hardly, however, had Zarathustra spoken these words 00:08:26
37.   “Do not speak further, you convalescent!” 00:04:31
38.   The Other Dance Song 00:00:52
39.   “Into your eyes gazed I lately” 00:03:46
40.   Then did Life answer me thus 00:02:28
41.   One. O man! Take heed! 00:00:50
42.   The Seven Seals (or The Yea And Amen Song) 00:00:26
43.   If I be a diviner 00:01:12
44.   If ever my wrath 00:01:02
45.   If ever a breath 00:00:58
46.   If ever I have drunk 00:00:54
47.   If I be fond of the sea 00:00:52
48.   If my virtue be a dancer’s virtue 00:00:55
49.   If ever I have spread out a tranquil heaven 00:01:42

Total Playing Time: 05:17:02






Author(s):
Nietzsche, Friedrich

Reader(s):
Cartwright, Jon; Jennings, Alex

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Philosophy

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: NA432512

Barcode: 9789626343258

Physical Release: 04/2005

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