Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Alan D. Schrift.|
|Contributions||Schrift, Alan D., 1955-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||309|
|ISBN 10||0520218515, 0520218523|
Get this from a library! Why Nietzsche still?: reflections on drama, culture, politics. [Alan D Schrift;] -- Why Nietzsche still? These essays by a distinguished group of contributors suggest a number of answers. They show that Nietzsche still has a great deal to say to . Why Nietzsche still? These essays by a distinguished group of contributors suggest a number of answers. They show that Nietzsche still has a great deal to say to those who read him with an eye toward developing critical responses to our present and the future that will eduevazquez.com: Alan D. Schrift. Oct 06, · Nietzsche was always very sparing in what he published, but he loved playing around with book titles. He wrote many more titles than books. One he scrapped was The Will to Author: Sue Prideaux. Why Nietzsche still? These essays by a distinguished group of contributors suggest a number of answers. They show that Nietzsche still has a great deal to say to those who read him with an eye toward developing critical responses to our present and the future that will follow. Alan D. Schrift's goal in assembling these stimulating essays, all but one of them written for the volume, is to.
H.L. Mencken produced the first book on Nietzsche in English in , The Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche, and in a book of translated paragraphs from Nietzsche, increasing knowledge of his philosophy in the United States. Nietzsche is known today as a precursor to existentialism, post-structuralism and eduevazquez.com mater: University of Bonn, Leipzig University. The book deals with the two absolutely central questions for Nietzsche, namely what’s wrong with our morality and the problem of suffering. It tells an extremely provocative story about each of these and in the third essay it even connects up with Nietzsche’s interest in questions about the nature of truth and why we value truth. Jun 27, · Fun fact: His books are being read now, much more than they were when he was alive. After publishing “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”, Nietzsche authored “Beyond Good and Evil”, and he couldn’t find a publisher who would help him with that book. He self-p. One of the most famous philosophical book of the last years was published in Even the most unfamiliar with philosophy have it in their library, or have at least heard about Thus Spoke eduevazquez.comche described it as his deepest philosophical work, the most representative reflection of his thinking and vision, referring to the issue of the death of God and Übermensch‘s.
Earlier in the book (section ), Nietzsche wrote: "God is dead, but given the way of men, there may still be caves for thousands of years in which his shadow will . Jan 24, · What does Nietzsche mean “Will itself is still a prisoner” in Zarathustra? I’ve got this far in the book without needing that much help, but this concept has me stumped. Chapter 20 in Book 2 of ‘Thus Spoke Zarathustra’ (Redemption) talks about the relationship between Will and the past, but am not getting the point of it. I am afraid I do not have the time to compose a full-fledged answer in defence of Nietzsche. The short version is that Nietzsche's critiques of objective truth, modern philosophy, morality, God and Christianity shake what many believe to be the fo. Friedrich Nietzsche — ‘He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how.’.