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Русский: Ф. Ницше Такъ говорилъ Заратустра: книга для всѣхъ и ни для кого. /пер. с нем. Ю. М. Антоновскаго. - Санкт-Петербургъ : Изд. "Жизни для всѣхъ", 1913 (Тип. Бр. В. и И. Линникъ). Книга представляет собой отчасти поэтический, отчасти философский трактат, раскрывающий позицию самого Ницше относительно того, какое место человек занимает среди окружающего его общества, как он понимает свою жизнь, как познает себя и окружающий мир.
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Так говорил Заратустра: книга для всех и ни для кого Санкт-Петербург,Изд."Жизни для всех" (Тип.Бр. В. и И. Линник) русский
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