Nietzsche: Life as Literature

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More than eighty years after his death, Nietzsche's writings and his career remain disquieting, disturbing, obscure. His most famous views--the will to power, the eternal recurrence, the Ubermensch , the master morality--often seem incomprehensible or, worse, repugnant. Yet he remains a thinker of singular importance, a great opponent of Hegel and Kant, and the source of much that is powerful in figures as diverse as Wittgenstein, Derrida, Heidegger, and many recent American philosophers. Alexander Nehamas provides the ...

Nietzsche: Life as Literature 1987, Harvard University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9780674624269

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Nietzsche: Life as Literature 1985, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA

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