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When Nietzsche Wept: A Novel of Obsession رواية عندما بكى نيتشه للكاتب إرفين د يالوم، وهو استاذ في مادة التحليل النفسي في جامعة ستانفورد الامريكية، بالاضافة الى عمله في مجال المعالجة النفسية وهو وجودي الاتجاه بامتياز تتناول الرواية المواجهة العلاجية والفكرية التي حصلت بين فرديك نيتشه والطبيب النمساوي المشهور بأبحاثه المرموقة في موضوع الهستيريا الدكتور جوزيف برويير، الذي قبل علاج نيتشه من داء السوداوية والاكتئاب والرغبة في الانتحار بعد أن رفضت لو سالومي الارتباط بهالرواية تمزج بشكل رائع بين فلسفة نيتشه في إرادة القوة والتحليل النفسي عبر شخصيتي بروير وسيغموند فرويد


10 thoughts on “When Nietzsche Wept: A Novel of Obsession

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    When Nietzsche wept, Irvin D. Yalom

    When Nietzsche Wept is a 1992 novel by Irvin D. Yalom.

    The novel starts with Dr. Josef Breuer, sitting in a cafe in Venice, Italy waiting for Lou Salomé, who was involved with Friedrich Nietzsche.

    She has written a letter stating that the future of the philosophy of Germany is at stake and that


  2. Maxime Maxime says:

    Wow. Simply fantastic. If you spend half as much time in your own head as I do mine, this might be the book for you. If you analyze yourself and your actions, enjoy the process of self discovery, or simply love psychology then I suggest you hit your nearest used book shop ASAP. This book makes no effort to hide its loftier aspects. I was not in the least surprised to


  3. BlackOxford BlackOxford says:

    The Doctor of Despair

    The fin de siecle Viennese satirist, Karl Kraus, took a dim view of the emerging field of psychiatry: “Psychoanalysis is that mental illness for which it regards itself as therapy.” And, somewhat surprisingly, this is the main theme of this novel by an eminent psychotherapist. Psychiatry is indeed a field of Byzantine relationships


  4. Talia Carner Talia Carner says:

    I am not in the habit of trashing a book. However, since this novel had been published as a Perennial Classic, there is no danger that I might destroy a writer's career. However, the choice of this book as a classic left me perplexed: why this book is held in such a high regard?

    The premise of Yalom's novel is interesting: Get two of the most innovative thin


  5. Jan-Maat Jan-Maat says:

    Reading this and looking at some of the other titles Yalom has published the suspicion grew that he might like to write a series of adventures about an enigmatic doctor who travels through time and space solving complex mysteries. Of course ideally this doctor would need some kind of charming but hapless companion, in this case the young Freud whose suggestions nearly l


  6. Robert Robert says:

    Beach reading for the brainy set. Keeping in mind that this is one of Yalom’s “teaching novels,” envisioned not to entertain, or even to achieve artistically, but to serve as a type of literary experiential learning tool for therapists and therapists-to-be, really helps with tolerating the expository nature of much of the book. Also, Yalom’s nerdy and passionate


  7. Connie Connie says:

    In this amazing novel Yalom blends philosophy, psychoanalysis and history and imagines what would have happened had Nietzsche gone into therapy with Breuer. The plot thrives on the tensions that arise between Nietzsche's nihilistic philosophy and Freud's belief in the fundamental role of relationships on human life and development. This book is an emotional and intellectu


  8. Roya Roya says:

    I literally have no words to describe my feelings about this book (which is an appalling misuse of the word literally, but who cares?). Maybe it's too soon to say that this book changed my life? But it did. It really really did. Well, what else? I guess, as Mr. Bingley once said to Emma, If I loved it less, I could talk about it more. Yeah, that's it. That sums the whole t


  9. ♥ Ibrahim ♥ ♥ Ibrahim ♥ says:

    Thanks to this book, I have grown to love, respect and have a tender spot in my heart for Nietzsche. Based on the infamous quote God is Dead I always took him to be an arrogant man who didn't know what he was talking about. A book like this helps me take Nietzsche in his own context. It is so easy to read, fun, intellectually stimulating, and I keep feeling that I am gettin


  10. Katayoon Katayoon says:

    Mind blowing book! Mixing up Nietzsche' philosophy and psychology by Irvin Yalom is just brilliant. Also a pretty good fiction. Enjoyed every second of reading this book.


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