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Nietzsche and politics

Spindel Conference (17th 1998 University of Memphis)

Nietzsche and politics

by Spindel Conference (17th 1998 University of Memphis)

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Published by Dept. of Philosophy, University of Memphis in Memphis, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, -- 1844-1900 -- 1844-1990,
  • Politics -- Philosophy -- Congresses

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    Other titlesSpindel Conference 1998 : Nietzsche and politics.
    SeriesSpindel Conference -- 17th, 1998, Southern journal of philosophy
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 173 p ;
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23378613M

    In ​providing novel reinterpretations of ​Nietzsche's ​ethical theory, political​ philosophy​ and philosophical anthropology ​and outlining concrete ways in which ​these ideas can enrich teaching and learning in modern democratic schools, the book sets itself apart​ from previous works on Nietzsche​. Friedrich Nietzsche was a troublesome genius, a figure outside the mainstream philosophical tradition whose very apartness has made him central to contemporary philosophy. Nietzsche and Political Thought reclaims the political implications of Nietzsche's work: it shows how his philosophy of power addresses key issues in modern political thought especially those having to do with the historical.

      Nietzsche challenges the tenets of received political wisdom in a number of ways and his thinking contains resources for revitalising political thinking. Nietzsche and Political Thought offers fresh insights into Nietzsche's relevance for contemporary political thought in light of recent advances in research in the field and key topics in Ratings: 0. NIETZSCHE AND THE RHETORIC OF NIHILISM Download Nietzsche And The Rhetoric Of Nihilism ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, or is thought to transcend, the Western philosophical tradition, with chapters on the will to power, politics, and the flourishing life. Category: Philosophy Grounding The Nietzsche Rhetoric Of Earth.

      F riedrich Nietzsche heralds the "death of God" poetically in his Zarathustra book of , and returns to it as a philosophical dictum in The Antichrist (). By philosophical I . The book examines Nietzsche's connections with political thought since Plato, major influences on him, his methodology, and his influence on subsequent thought. The book includes extensive coverage of the debate between radical aristocratic readings of Nietzsche, and more liberal or democratic readings.


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Nietzsche and politics by Spindel Conference (17th 1998 University of Memphis) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nietzsche's impact on the world of culture, philosophy, and the arts is uncontested, but his political thought remains mired in controversy. By placing Nietzsche back in his late-nineteenth-century German context, Nietzsche's Great Politics moves away from the disputes surrounding Nietzsche's appropriation by the Nazis and challenges the use of the philosopher in postmodern Cited by: 5.

Nietzsche’s Great Politics shows how Nietzsche made Bismarck’s notion his own, enabling him to offer a vision of a unified European political order that was. At present this is, by far, the single best book on Nietzsche political philosophy. In nuce Shaw's efforts disclose how Nietzsche's revaluative ambitions entailed his implicit subscription to skepticism within the theoretical conceits of political by: Appearing between two historical touchstones—the alleged end of communism and the th anniversary of Nietzsche’s death—this book offers a provocative hypothesis about the philosopher’s afterlife and the fate of leftist thought and culture.

At issue is the relation of the dead Nietzsche (corpse) and his written work (corpus) to subsequent living Nietzscheanism across the political 4/5(1). Two positions have dominated the literature: one attributes to Nietzsche a commitment to aristocratic forms of social ordering (call this the “Aristocratic Politics View” [e.g., Detwiler ]), while the other denies that Nietzsche has any political philosophy at all (call this the “Anti-Politics View” [e.g., HuntLeiter /]).

Early years. Nietzsche’s home was a stronghold of Lutheran piety. His paternal grandfather had published books defending Protestantism and had achieved the ecclesiastical position of superintendent; his maternal grandfather was a country parson; his father, Carl Ludwig Nietzsche, was appointed pastor at Röcken by order of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia, after whom Friedrich Nietzsche.

Power, weakness and politics. Nietzsche is often associated with the Nazi ideology. And, it is true that Hitler and his cronies were quite fond of Nietzsche’s philosophy.

7 Think about it: A philosophical justification for the idea that one person (or race of people) is stronger, better, smarter and more powerful than others. And action, violent or otherwise, is completely sanctioned by the. With Heidegger, we see Nietzsche as a metaphysician with a grand picture of the essence of reality as will to power, and the moral/political side of Nietzsche’s thought gets pushed aside.

For the French deconstructionists, Nietzsche’s a guy who tells us that no text has a. e The Antichrist (German: Der Antichrist) is a book by the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, originally published in Although it was written inits controversial content made Franz Overbeck and Heinrich Köselitz delay its publication, along with Ecce Homo.

While he often carefully sets the context every time he cites Nietzsche, though, "Friedrich Nietzsche and the Politics of Transfiguration" is still guilty of falling into a trap that endangers every book I've read on him: the tendency to regard his thought as one organic whole, always present, rather than as progressive or even disjointed by:   This volume brings together fourteen mostly previously published articles by the prominent Nietzsche scholar Maudemarie Clark.

Clark's previous two books on Nietzsche focused on his views on truth, metaphysics, and knowledge, but she has published a great deal on Nietzsche's views on ethics and politics in article by: At issue is the relation of the dead Nietzsche (corpse) and his written work (corpus) to subsequent living Nietzscheanism across the political spectrum, but primarily among a leftist corps that has been programmed and manipulated by concealed dimensions of the philosopher’s : Geoff Waite.

Hugo Drochon is a postdoctoral researcher at Cambridge University and the author of a new book called Nietzsche’s Great Politics, Drochon’s approach is to make sense of Nietzsche Author: Sean Illing.

In this book, Tamsin Shaw claims that there is a reason for this: Nietzsche’s insights entail a distinctive form of political skepticism. Shaw argues that the modern political predicament, for Nietzsche, is shaped by two important historical phenomena.

Friedrich Nietzsche and the Politics of the Soul: A Study of Heroic Individualism (Studies in Moral, Political and Legal Philosophy)/5. Political theorists have long been frustrated by Nietzsche's work.

Although he develops profound critiques of morality, culture, and religion, it is very difficult to spell out the precise political implications of his insights. He himself never did so in any systematic way. In this book, Tamsin Shaw claims that there is a reason for this: Nietzsche's insights entail a distinctive form of.

Suitable for anyone concerned with Nietzsche, political philosophy, and the history of political ideas, this book establishes Nietzsche's importance as a political philosopher.

In his book on Nietzsche, Mencken portrayed the philosopher as a proponent of anti-egalitarian aristocratic revolution, a depiction in sharp contrast with left-wing interpretations of Nietzsche. Nietzsche was declared an honorary anarchist by Emma Goldman, and he influenced other anarchists such as Guy Aldred, Rudolf Rocker, Max Cafard and John.

Nietzsche’s New Seas makes available for the first time in English a representative sample of the best recent Nietzsche scholarship from Germany, France, and the United States.

Michael Allen Gillespie and Tracy B. Strong have brought together scholars from a variety of disciplines—philosophy, history, literary criticism, and musicology—and from schools of thought that differ both.

But he claims that Nietzsche radicalizes this critique through a Machiavellian conversion, based on a reading of The Prince, adapting Machiavellian virtbliog— (the shaping capacity of the legislator), and immoralism (the techniques applied in political rule), and that, consequently, Nietzsche is better understood in relation to the political ideology of the neo-Machiavellian elite theorists of his own /5.

This book offers an analysis of Nietzsche as a political philosopher in the context of the political movements of his era. Don Dombowsky examines Nietzsche’s political thought, known as aristocratic radicalism, in light of the ideology associated with Napoleon I and Napoleon III known as Bonapartism.Nietzsche's impact on the world of culture, philosophy, and the arts is uncontested, but his political thought remains mired in controversy.

By placing Nietzsche back in his late-nineteenth-century German context, Nietzsche's Great Politics moves away from the disputes surrounding Nietzsche's appropriation by the Nazis and challenges the use of the philosopher in postmodern democratic thought.5/5(1).

Nietzsche and the Po The key contemporary figures such as Habermas, Foucault, McIntyre, Rorty and Rawls are also examined in the light of Nietzsche's political legacy. Nietzsche and the Political also draws out important implications for contemporary liberalism and feminist thought, above all showing Nietzsche's continuing relevance to the 4/5(7).