Classic Books Library presents this brand new edition of Nietzche's philosophical text "Beyond Good and Evil", published in 1886. Building on his previous works, this text challenges traditional perceptions of how truth and knowledge are established, and each chapter is dedicated to a different concept. "Beyond Good and Evil" explores the dogmatism and prejudice in the philosophy of the past, reveals the psychological sense of control underpinning morality and discusses the complexities of the human soul. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844-1900) was a German philologist, philosopher, poet and scholar. His work covered many topics, but he is most famous for his critiques of culture, morality and truth. Nietzche's philosophical writing went on to influence many great philosophers, artists, writers and composers of the 20th Century.