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The Dawn of Day or Dawn or Daybreak (German: Morgenröte – Gedanken über die moralischen Vorurteile; historical orthography: Morgenröthe – Gedanken über die moralischen Vorurtheile; English: The Dawn of Day/ Daybreak: Thoughts on the Prejudices of Morality) is an 1881 book by the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. The Nietzsche scholar Keith Ansell-Pearson writes that Dawn is the least studied of all of Nietzsche’s works.

The Dawn Of Day

The Dawn Of Day Summary

Nietzsche de-emphasizes the role of hedonism as a motivator and accentuates the role of a “feeling of power.” His relativism, both moral and cultural, and his critique of Christianity also reach greater maturity. In Daybreak Nietzsche devoted a lengthy passage to his criticism of Christian biblical exegesis, including its arbitrary interpretation of objects and images in the Old Testament as prefigurements of Christ’s crucifixion.

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Name Of the Novel: The Dawn Of Day
Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
Country: Germany
Language: German
Original title: Morgenröthe
Publication date: 1881
Preceded by: Human, All Too Human (1878)
Followed by: Idylls from Messina (1882)
Page: 370
Book Type: pdf / ePub

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