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Abir Taha’s Nietzsche’s Coming God

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Abir Taha
Nietzsche’s Coming God or the Redemption of the Divine
London: Arktos, 2013

Abir Taha, a Lebanese woman described as a “career diplomat,” and who has a philosophy degree from the Sorbonne, has written an interesting book, Nietzsche’s Coming God or the Redemption of the Divine. As the author of the polemic essay on “The Overman High Culture,” I thought a careful reading of Taha’s book would be useful. Read more …

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Nietzsche’s Coming God:
Or the Redemption of the Divine

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Abir Taha
Nietzsche’s Coming God: Or the Redemption of the Divine
London: Arktos, 2013
108 pages

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Read Michael O’Meara’s review of the French edition here.

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Our Abir Taha Reviews in French

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Our reviews of Abir Taha’s The Epic of Arya and Le dieu à venir de Nietzsche, ou la rédemption du divin have been translated into French: Read more …

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Abir Taha, L’Epopée d’Arya

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English original here

Abir Taha
THE EPIC OF ARYA: In Search of the Sacred Light
[L’Epopée d’Arya : A la recherche de la Lumière Sacrée.]
Milton Keynes: AuthorHouse, 2009

Dans le roman philosophique d’Abir Taha, Arya est une déesse incarnée dans une forme humaine. Read more …

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« Seul un dieu peut nous sauver » :
Abir Taha’s Le dieu à venir de Nietzsche ou la rédemption du divin

Nietzsche and his mom

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English original here

Abir Taha
Le dieu à venir de Nietzsche: Ou la rédemption du divin
Paris : Connaissances et Savoirs, 2005

“Nur ein Gott kann uns noch retten.”—Martin Heidegger, 1966 Read more …

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Jonathan Bowden’s Kratos

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Jonathan Bowden
Kratos and Other Works
London: The Spinning Top Club, 2008

The book Kratos was published by the Spinning Top Club in very early 2008. It extends over 157 pages. It consists of four independent stories of around the same length.

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Abir Taha’s The Epic of Arya

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French translation here

Abir Taha
THE EPIC OF ARYA: In Search of the Sacred Light
Milton Keynes: AuthorHouse, 2009

In Abir Taha’s philosophical novel, Arya is a goddess in human form. Born in the Kali Yuga, the darkest age of the world, she is a symbol of the divine spark (Atman) that resides in every human. As she struggles to overcome her humanity, especially her womanness, the reader also is given insight into the inner alchemical process that can make men into gods.

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“Only a God Can Save Us”:
Abir Taha’s Le dieu à venir de Nietzsche ou la rédemption du divin

Nietzsche and his mom

4,511 words

French translation here

Abir Taha
Le dieu à venir de Nietzsche ou la rédemption du divin

Paris: Connaissances et Savoirs, 2005

“Nur ein Gott kann uns noch retten.”—Martin Heidegger, 1966 Read more …

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