1 Modernity and Its Discontents: Nietzsche's Critique 1 By Douglas Kellner (http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/faculty/kellner/) There is nothing I want more than to become enlightened about the whole highly complicated system of antagonisms that constitute the 'modern world' (Nietzsche).
Heidegger's Nietzsche' W hat is Heidegger's intention in his book on Nietzsche? It is to advance his uncovering of Being, not in the sense of the beingness that makes every being a being, but in the sense of what, in Heidegger's account, philosophers implicitly project, take for granted, and ...
Nietzsche = s A Trusting and Joyous Fatalism @ 1 Mathias Risse Department of Philosophy, Yale University forthcoming in > International Studies in Philosophy = 2 1.
Nietzsche: Christianity and Truth Nicole Bermel ntroduction I. I Nietzsche, as a self proclaimed "godless anti-metaphysician," (GS, 344) is one of the most interesting and perplexing philosophers of the nineteenth century.
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On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense Friedrich Nietzsche 1 Once upon a time, in some out of the way corner of that universe which is dispersed into numberless twinkling solar systems, there was a star upon which clever beasts invented knowing.
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© Mark Alfano 2009-2010 1 Nietzsche, Naturalism, and the Tenacity of the Intentional By Mark Alfano 1 Introduction Nietzsche demanded that "psychology shall be recognized again as the queen of the sciences" ( BGE 23).
PIi 11.(2001),1-11. Who is Nietzsche? ALAIN BADIOU What is the true centre of Nietzsche's thought? Or: what is it that Nietzsche calls "philosophy"?
Heidegger's Nietzsche 51 students of political philosophy, and to (re)acquaint ourselves with the effort to understand philosophy's root terms by overcoming their ossified traditional sense and finding their essential origins.