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Podcast: Greg Confronts Nietzsche

Greg goes toe-to-toe with Friedrich Nietzsche in this epic battle of philosophers.   

An 1889 oil sketch of Friedrich Nietzsche on his sick bed by Hans Johann Wilhelm Olde.

Nietszche

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