Nietzsche


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influential German philosopher remembered for his concept of the superman and for his rejection of Christian values

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So, there must be a warning against branding Nietzsche a misogynist.
Even thinkers of the highest rank, Nietzsche holds, succumb in their later years to the temptation to appoint themselves sovereign in matters of the spirit.
From Wagner, Nietzsche learned that it was supposedly bad for one's public image to attack Jews as a group (106), although Nietzsche was not as obsessed with the existence of a Jewish influence over German culture as Wagner was (66).
The Birth of Theater from the Spirit of Philosophy: Nietzsche and the Modern Drama.
But besides his extensive and deep impact on higher culture, Nietzsche also served as a source of powerful inspiration for a variety of political movements, and it is with respect to this influence that the mentioning of his name tends to send mental alarm bells nervously jingling.
New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016), it makes no reference to that book's chapter on Nietzsche by Lester Hunt.
Nietzsche (1844-1900) has often been considered a thinker independent of the philosophy of his time and radically opposed to the concerns and concepts of modern and contemporary philosophy.
El tema del naturalismo en Nietzsche ha merecido una amplia discusion en las tradiciones anglosajona y germana de los ultimos anos.
In Nietzsche's Jewish Problem: Between Anti-Semitism and Anti-Judaism, Robert Holub re-opens the case that Nietzsche may have been Judeo-phobic, a case largely considered closed within contemporary Nietzsche scholarship.
This is why Nietzsche identifies the chorus of satyrs as "a metaphorical expression of that original relationship between thing-in-itself and phenomenon" (76) or between the supersensible and the sensible, the idea of nature and individual appearances.
According to Nietzsche in The Birth of Tragedy, who killed tragedy?
The editors flag one of their main questions at the outset: 'If Nietzsche is a philosophical naturalist, and if part of his evaluative project involves explaining such phenomena as morality away in naturalistic terms, it remains to be seen how the values constitutive of his own positive ideal fit into this naturalized vision' (4).
Nietzsche typically viewed existentialism as concerned primarily with the meaning of individual existence, and was at odds with the abstraction and objectivity of metaphysical thought.
Through the first full-length account of Nietzsche in English, Mencken did more to popularize the German philosopher in America than any other writer.