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Nietzsche

Friedrich Wilhelm . 1844--1900, German philosopher, poet, and critic, noted esp for his concept of the superman and his rejection of traditional Christian values. His chief works are The Birth of Tragedy (1872), Thus Spake Zarathustra (1883-- 91), and Beyond Good and Evil (1886)
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For Nietzsche, marriage is more serious than a walk down the aisle.
The latter terms, he argues, connote homogeneity and uniformity, where Menge as used by Nietzsche suggests diversity and multiplicity.
Political anti-Semites of the 1880s were in Nietzsche's view opportunists, "petty and crude ideologues," following the philosophy of resentment that derives from the same "Jewish values" that they (and Nietzsche himself) claimed to reject (176).
It may be mentioned first in studies of Nietzsche but is generally left behind when the emphasis shifts to his later work.
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I do not want to be confused with Nietzsche in any respect.
Para Emden el caracter normativo de nuestras afirmaciones epistemicas o morales con las cuales describimos acciones o situaciones no mengua a pesar del rechazo por parte Nietzsche del criterio normativo solido y relativamente fijo que ofrece la metafisica.
Holub's first chapter details the appropriation of Nietzsche by anti- and pro-Semitic thinkers, as well as by leftist and rightist political ideologies, without commenting on the validity of these varied interpretations.
Kant and Nietzsche agree that the magnitude and dynamism of nature is also evident in the experience of the sublime phenomenon of 'ocean'.
Nietzsche threw himself from a tower to end his lifelong vertigo.
Peter Railton, Peter Poellner, and Simon Robertson all construe Nietzsche's value-theory as a kind of aestheticism that is neither universal nor categorical; strictly speaking, they argue, Nietzsche does not offer a normative theory.