By Mark T. Conard
Nietzsche is unquestionably the most unique and influential thinkers within the background of philosophy. With rules reminiscent of the overman, will to energy, the everlasting recurrence, and perspectivism, Nietzsche demanding situations us to reconceive the way it is that we all know and comprehend the area, and what it capability to be a individual. additional, in his works, he not just grapples with prior nice philosophers and their principles, yet he additionally calls into query and redefines what it capacity to do philosophy. Nietzsche and the Philosophers for the 1st time units out to check explicitly Nietzsche’s dating to his most vital predecessors. This anthology comprises essays via a number of the best Nietzsche students, together with Keith Ansell-Pearson, Daniel Conway, Tracy B. robust, Gary Shapiro, Babette Babich, Mark Anderson, and Paul S. Loeb. those first-class writers talk about Nietzsche’s engagement with such figures as Plato, Aristotle, Kant, Socrates, Hume, Schopenhauer, Emerson, Rousseau, and the Buddha. a person attracted to Nietzsche or the heritage of philosophy regularly will locate a lot of serious curiosity during this volume.
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Essays and Aphorisms, Penguin Classics: 80–88. Schrift, Alan D. (1996) “Nietzsche’s French Legacy,” in The Cambridge Companion to Nietzsche: 323–355. ———. ) A Companion to Friedrich Nietzsche: Life and Works, Camden House: 405–428. Shapiro, Gary. (2016) Nietzsche’s Earth: Great Events, Great Politics, University of Chicago Press. Simmel, Georg. (1986) Schopenhauer and Nietzsche, tr. by H. Loiskandle, D. Weinstein, and M. Weinstein, University of Massachusetts Press. Solomon, Robert C. (1996) “Nietzsche ad hominem: Perspectivism, Personality and Ressentiment Revisited,” in The Cambridge Companion to Nietzsche: 180–222.
A Companion to Friedrich Nietzsche: Life and Works, Camden House: 405–428. Shapiro, Gary. (2016) Nietzsche’s Earth: Great Events, Great Politics, University of Chicago Press. Simmel, Georg. (1986) Schopenhauer and Nietzsche, tr. by H. Loiskandle, D. Weinstein, and M. Weinstein, University of Massachusetts Press. Solomon, Robert C. (1996) “Nietzsche ad hominem: Perspectivism, Personality and Ressentiment Revisited,” in The Cambridge Companion to Nietzsche: 180–222. ———. (2003) Living with Nietzsche: What the Great “Immoralist” Has to Teach Us, Oxford University Press.
30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. : 15). This is why Heidegger’s final dismissive judgment about Zarathustra and eternal recurrence was based on what he (following Alfred Bäumler) regarded as the essence of Nietzsche’s thinking in the unpublished notes compiled in successive editions of The Will to Power, especially WP 617. See Heidegger (1984: 198–208, 227–233); Heidegger (1987: 209–215, 257n). See also Krell’s critique of Heidegger’s selective and misleading use of WP 617, in Heidegger (1984: 201–202n); and Heidegger (1987: 271–272).