will to power


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will to power

(NEIZSCHE) our individual capacity for cultural judgement and identity as autonomous agents.
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95--Linda Williams has written a solid and comprehensive introduction to Nietzsche's concept of will to power.
In the first chapter Williams makes clear that she will follow the development of the concept of will to power through the whole of Nietzsche's writings.
The second chapter examines the places that will to power is discussed within Nietzsche's published works.
The third chapter deals with the will to power as it appears in Nietzsche's Nachlass.
In fact, this natural "will to truth" is only a psychological manifestation of our primal will to power.
She then ends the book with a plea to give Nietzsche's notion of will to power a chance and she remains true to her interpretation by looking into Nietzsche's "mirror" and detailing to us what it personally reveals about her.