Author G.E. Gorfu’s New Book “Valuations of Nietzsche and His Works” is a Scholarly Examination and Refutation of the Moral Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche.

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Recent release “Valuations of Nietzsche and His Works” from Page Publishing author G.E. Gorfu is the second edition of a highly influential philosophical work originally published in 1998. Gorfu’s approach to rejecting Nietzche’s values is a radical departure from the usual dissection of his thoughts; instead, Gorfu daringly enters into the totality of Nietsche’s philosophy, where both the significance and the danger of his theories are exposed.

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G.E. Gorfu, has completed his new book “Valuations of Nietzsche and His Works”: a provocative analysis and ultimate rejection of Nietzsche’s philosophy as bankrupt and worthless.

“Valuations of Nietzsche and his Works”, like any serious comment on Nietzsche, is not only a critical evaluation of Nietzsche, but also a passionate and acidic analysis of certain aspects of his works that are troubling and problematic. Gorfu’s book underscores the fact that there cannot be a singular Nietzscheanism, to borrow from Michel Foucault. It is a herculean task to engage one of the three “masters of suspicion” in Western philosophy as Gorfu has done in this book. It may be easy to dismiss some aspects of Gorfu’s critical analysis of Nietzsche as too personal or vitriolic, but they cannot be ignored. Gorfu Contra Nietzsche has challenged me to re-read Nietzsche with a renewed attention to some of the issues raised by the author.”
Ezekial Olagoke, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Sociology
Waynesburg University

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, G.E. Gorfu’s uncommonly insightful analysis of Nietzsche’s philosophy- one of the pillars upon which fascism was built- exposes the ugly truth about this school of thought.

"It has been a while since I have had the privilege of coming in contact with a book that left me exhilarated and wanting for more. Gorfu, with his uncommon insight and originality delved deep into the recesses of Nietzsche’s ailing soul and exposed the person of Nietzsche for what he is, at best a charlatan and anti-philosophy or at worst the ravings of an egotistic masked egomaniac.

I believe Nietzsche and his world has been irreparably damaged and debunked by this essay, any contemporary "philosopher" worth his/her salt would be best served to seriously analyze and interpret what Gorfu is offering - an original dialectical scalpel in the process of human reasoning and inquiry in the current 21st century.
What did it for me, was Gorfu's analysis of Lutheranism and that "odd" impotence of action. I found that part to be truly exceptional. Those kinds of insights could only have come from a non "western" thinker. Many thanks is due the author even for that specific information. I strongly urge academia to take heed. …it was simply a book one can hardly put down. Thanks for the awakening Mr. Gorfu."
-M Roncevich

Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase“Valuations of Nietzsche and His Works” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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