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As a further parallel between Buddhism and modern Western thought, Sangharakshita here looks at the controversial ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900).
Talk given in 1969.
This talk is part of the series The Higher Evolution.
|3.||Introduction to Nietzsche (4:33)|
|4.||Nietzsche's life (5:10)|
|5.||Nietzsche's work (7:52)|
|6.||'Superman' and 'Overman' defined (4:56)|
|8.||The 'Overman' (5:17)|
|9.||Categories of men (6:50)|
|10.||”Giving style to one's character” (4:32)|
|11.||'The will to power' (3:20)|
|12.||Nietzsche as iconoclast (5:20)|
|13.||Similarities with the Higher Evolution (5:53)|
|14.||Differences from the Higher Evolution (6:19)|
|15.||The present series of lectures (7:47)|
Total running time: 1:39:07