Ecce Homo

Friedrich NIETZSCHE (1844 - 1900), translated by Anthony Mario LUDOVICI (1882 - 1971)

The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche's autobiography, Ecce Homo, was the last prose work that he wrote before his illness in 1889. Coming at the end of an extraordinarily productive year in which he had produced The Twilight of the Idols and The Antichrist, Nietzsche shuns any pretense at modesty with chapter titles include “Why I am so Wise”, “Why I am so Clever” and “Why I Write Such Excellent Books”. His translator Anthony M. Ludovici states, Ecce Homo “is not only a coping-stone worthy of the wonderful creations of that year, but also a fitting conclusion to his whole life, in the form of a grand summing up of his character as a man, his purpose as a reformer, and his achievement as a thinker.” (Introduction by Tim SC)

Genre(s): Biography & Autobiography, Modern

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 0 - Translator's Introduction, Preface TimSC
00:30:27
Play 01 1 - Why I Am So Wise TimSC
00:43:14
Play 02 2 - Why I Am So Clever TimSC
01:02:21
Play 03 3 - Why I Write Such Excellent Books, Part 1 TimSC
01:04:44
Play 04 4 - Why I Write Such Excellent Books, Part 2 TimSC
01:10:34
Play 05 5 - Why I Write Such Excellent Books, Part 3 TimSC
00:36:27
Play 06 6 - Why I Am a Fatality TimSC
00:32:02