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Русский: Фр.Ницше Помрачение кумиров. пер. с нем. Е.К.Г.– Москва: Склад издания у Д.П. Ефимова, 1900. Сборник коротких эссе, развенчивающий общественное представление об авторитете различных философских понятий. Другое название - «Падение кумиров, или о том, как можно философствовать с помощью молотка».
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