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Free eBook Nietzsche's Aesthetic Turn: Reading Nietzsche after Heidegger, Deleuze, Derrida (SUNY series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy) download ISBN: 079142118X
Author: James J. Winchester
Publisher: SUNY Press; 1st edition (November 4, 1994)
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SUNY series in contemporary continental philosophy. SUNY series in contemporary continental philosophy. Contents: Introduction - 1. The Eternal Return and the Plurality of Nietzsche's Voices - 2. A System of Will to Power? - - 3. Deleuze's Reading of Nietzsche As a Pluralist - 4. Philosophical Constructions in the Age of the Loss of Absolutes - 5. Necessary Fictions - 6. Nietzsche's Aesthetic Criteria - 7. Aesthetics and Morality: The Moral Implications of the Aesthetic Turn.

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Nietzsche and Philosophy (French: Nietzsche et la philosophie) is a 1962 book about Friedrich Nietzsche by the philosopher Gilles Deleuze, in which the author treats Nietzsche as a systematically coherent philosopher, discussing concepts such as the.

Nietzsche and Philosophy (French: Nietzsche et la philosophie) is a 1962 book about Friedrich Nietzsche by the philosopher Gilles Deleuze, in which the author treats Nietzsche as a systematically coherent philosopher, discussing concepts such as the will to power and the eternal return. Nietzsche and Philosophy is a celebrated and influential work

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Journal of the History of Philosophy 3. (2000) 606-607 This is a well-written book. Making use of a wide variety of sources both analytic and continental, it argues that Nietzsche is a naturalist. Cox argues that Nietzsche rejects both the epistemological notion of a "God's eye view" and the. I have argued against this position in my Nietzsche's Aesthetic Turn: Reading Nietzsche After Heidegger, Deleuze and Derrida ). Cox is a good reader of Nietzsche, a good reader of current analytical thought, and a good reader of contemporary continental figures.

Winchester, J. J. (1994). Nietzsche's aesthetic turn: Reading Nietzsche after Heidegger, Deleuze, Derrida. Albany: State University of New York. Wininger, K. (1997). Nietzsche's reclamation of philosophy. The terms of cultural criticism: The Frankfurt school, existentialism, poststructuralism. New York: Columbia University Press. Wolin, R. (e. (1993). The Heidegger controversy: A critical reader.

Focuses on Nietzsche’s later writings, where he appears unsystematic and indifferent to questions of truth.