The will to power and desire - OSHO Talks Vol.20


The philosopher is pure logic and the poet is pure irrationality, but the mystic is beyond both, says Osho. This volume of the collection begins with an examination of a very singular philosopher: Friedrich Nietzsche. We say singular because, in a way, he is the anti-philosopher or, in Osho's own words, his oddity is that his philosophy is not the usual rational approach to life, but he writes prose poetry and is a mystic who never traveled the usual paths of mysticism.

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