Susan Sontag, he points out, claims that Artaud's book The Theatre and Its Double is a revolutionary attempt to create a genuine form of Nietzschean
theatre: "Artaud's argument.
Loeb fancied himself as being a criminal mastermind, and Leopold apparently viewed him as a Nietzschean
Thus, Lundy illuminates the surface to depth historiography like the veritable Nietzschean
eagle, soaring swiftly to strike its prey (p.
In this novella, Lawrence represents the Nietzschean
antagonism of life and morality focusing on Yvette.
In purely legal terms, Nonet (1990) sets the table for a discussion of tax laws in Nietzschean
terms by rightly suggesting that Nietschean philosophy generally demands positive law as opposed to natural law.
Yet it is not sadness as one may think of it as a weakened human state but rather an adaption of a Nietzschean
affirmation of life as transformed through a fusion of conventional longing and sadness in tanka.
Zizek puts the notion of Nietzschean
ressentiment in the service of this interpretive task.
By contrast, Dostoevsky unfailingly manages to achieve a Rousseauian respect for immanence (inoculating him against the Nietzschean
critique), while maintaining that respect for the human relies ultimately on the divine.
For Bonifazi Campana was, consciously and unconsciously, a producer of poetic figures intimately connected to the Nietzschean
terms of supremacy, of faith in the esoteric, in a world that would be freed through catastrophe, regenerated in a violent, nihilistic, dramatic vision of a primordial order.
Therefore, Deleuze's reading of Nietzsche presupposes two potential developments of the Nietzschean
thought: one of them would be the genealogical critique of history, i.
Twain, as it were, exposes the dark side of the American Dream by creating, in Hank Morgan, a Yankee embodying features of Nietzschean
For most of the Huddersfield Town Hall audience at the society's first concert of the season, however, the Nietzschean
content of The Mass of Life would have been little more than mood setting, although the principal soloist, baritone Roderick Williams, brought his exceptional musical intelligence to bear in order to wring some meaningful exegesis from the text.