Philosophy of Suffering
The great representative of world philosophical thought, F. Nietzsche, is known for his intense and enthusiastic ideas in his work “Thus Spoke Zarathustra.” Via Zarathustra, he shared the philosophy of man and life, as well as mental suffering.
Professor Narzulla Juraev, an Uzbek scientist and heir of Zarathustra’s philosophical thinking, uses F. Nietzsche to explain his observations about the personality and culture, about human life, and his experiences. Nietzsche’s theory is discussed in an unusual way in this science and philosophical discourse, in a symbolic context.
The book is intended for a broad audience.
Social Science Department, The Uzbek State World Languages University, Tashkent City, Uzbekistan
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