Nietzsche, though primarily a philosopher, wrote widely on art, philology, history, religion, tragedy, culture, and science. In 1886, at the height of his powers, he published Beyond Good and Evil. Here he examines much of the best of human thought--dogmatic philosophy, Judeo-Christian morality, science and democracy - and finds it lacking. Rejecting "slave-morality" he presents his prescient vision of the future of philosophy with poetry and passion.
Beyond Good and Evil is a modern classic: essential reading for anyone wishing to understand modern thought and modern society.