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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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What liberationists call justice Nietzsche simply terms resentment; what liberationists call freedom Nietzsche labels cultural degeneration; and what liberationists call God's action in the world, Nietzsche dismisses as the mass delusions of an oppressed (and inherently inferior) class.
Overall, Nietzsche and "The Birth of Tragedy" is a valuable addition to the existing literature, particularly in its careful tracings of Nietzsche's appropriations of and divergences from Schopenhauer, as well as Burckhardt and Wagner, and in sketching the complex relations between Nietzsche's BT account of aesthetic affirmation and his later accounts of how to overcome nihilism.
Do we really live in a country where the study of a profound thinker like Nietzsche can be banned at a university?
Chouraqui seeks to establish an intrinsic and systematic link between the works of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) and French philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty (1908-61).
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.
In the new era of Nietzsche studies that followed World War II, Mencken's book was totally eclipsed by the work of scholars such as Walter Kaufmann who sought to rescue the much-maligned philosopher from popular and scholarly misconceptions.
In hierdie proses word geloofwaardigheid verleen aan Nietzsche se teorie dat moralitieit 'n maaksel is, gebore uit die menslike sin na mag, en nie 'n natuurlike, historiese gegewe nie.
Nietzsche may well be one of the most intriguing and dangerous minds our world has ever produced.
In the first, Nietzsche had little connection to science, a position that Martin Heidegger staked out.
This paper is a comparative study of Nietzsche and Korzybski's thought on several philosophical and linguistic issues.
What happens in our present culture and especially within the field of Humanities--the neglect of the original--is exactly the general practice as far as the work of Nietzsche is concerned.