Nietzsche, Friedrich; Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm; Bishop,'s A companion to Friedrich Nietzsche : life and works PDF

By Nietzsche, Friedrich; Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm; Bishop, Paul; Nietzsche, Friedrich

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ISBN-13: 9781571133274

Nietzsche looms over smooth literature and inspiration; in accordance with Gottfried Benn, "everything my iteration mentioned, proposal via innerly; it is easy to say: suffered; or you may even say: took to the purpose of exhaustion -- it all had already been acknowledged . . . through Nietzsche; all of the leisure used to be simply exegesis." Nietzsche's impact on highbrow lifestyles this present day is arguably as nice; witness a number of the societies, journals, and internet sites and the regular circulation of papers, collections, and monographs. This spouse bargains new essays from the simplest Nietzsche students, emphasizing the interrelatedness of his lifestyles and suggestion, eschewing a superficial biographical technique yet taking heavily his declare that groovy philosophy is "the self-confession of its writer and a type of accidental and unremarked memoir." each one essay examines an incredible paintings through Nietzsche; jointly, they give a sophisticated creation for college students of German stories, philosophy, and comparative literature in addition to for the lay reader. Re-establishing the hyperlinks among Nietzsche's philosophical texts and their biographical heritage, the amount signals Nietzsche students and highbrow historians to the interior improvement of his proposal and the cultured building of his id as a thinker. participants: Ruth Abbey, Keith Ansell-Pearson, Rebecca Bamford, Paul Bishop, Thomas H. Brobjer, Daniel W. Conway, Adrian Del Caro, Carol Diethe, Michael Allen Gillespie and Keegan F. Callanan, Laurence Lampert, Duncan huge, Martin Liebscher, Martine Prange, Alan D. Schrift. Paul Bishop is William Jacks Chair of recent Languages on the collage of Glasgow

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Indd 33 4/30/2012 5:32:37 PM 34  THOMAS H. BROBJER As we have seen, during the time period in question Nietzsche published a number of specialist classical philological articles and did much other philological work that is too specialized to be discussed in detail here. In the rest of this section we will discuss three principal areas of Nietzsche’s production from this time period that have implications beyond classical philology: his work on an index, his inaugural lecture on Homer’s personality, and some of his extensive lecture notes from his time as professor.

In 1869 and 1870 he referred to Plato’s ethical optimism, associating him with Socrates and Euripides as a theoretical man (KSA 7, 3[93]-3[94], 85), a view that he later restated in The Birth of Tragedy. He also referred to Plato’s hostility to art at this time, a statement that he repeated a number of times in the following years. In early 1871 he again blamed Socrates, Euripides, and Plato for the separation of the Apollonian and the Dionysian, that is, for the disintegration of Greek culture (KSA 7, 7[70], 154), and he then made his most spectacular statement in regard to Platonism, in which he defines himself in relation to — or rather against — Plato: “My philosophy, inverted Platonism: the further away from true being, the more pure, beautiful, better it is.

2 Nietzsche, letter to Heinrich Köselitz of 21 July 1881; KSB 6:109. 3 “Aus meinem Leben” (1863), in W 3:107. 4 “Mein Lebenslauf” (1861), in W 3:90. 5 “Aus meinem Leben,” in BAW 1:4–5; W 3:16. 6 “Aus meinem Leben,” in BAW 1:6; W 3:17; cf. “Mein Lebenslauf,” in BAW 1:282; W 3:93. indd 21 4/30/2012 5:32:34 PM 22  LINK TO NIETZSCHE’S EARLY WRITINGS 7 “Mein Leben” (1864), in W 3:117. For further discussion of the impact of women on Nietzsche’s life, see Mario Leis, Frauen um Nietzsche (Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 2000).

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