Nietzsche and Philosophy

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Columbia University Press, 2006 - 231 pagine
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Praised for its rare combination of scholarly rigor and imaginative interpretation, Nietzsche and Philosophy has long been recognized as one of the most important analyses of Nietzsche. It is also one of the best introductions to Deleuze's thought, establishing many of his central philosophical positions.

In Nietzsche and Philosophy, Deleuze identifies and explores three crucial concepts in Nietzschean thought-multiplicity, becoming, and affirmation-and clarifies Nietzsche's views regarding the will to power, eternal return, nihilism, and difference. For Deleuze, Nietzsche challenged conventional philosophical ideas and provided a means of escape from Hegel's dialectical thinking, which had come to dominate French philosophy. He also offered a path toward a politics of difference. In this new edition, Michael Hardt's foreword examines the profound influence of Deleuze's provocative interpretations on the study of Nietzsche, which opened a whole new avenue in postwar thought.

  

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Review: Nietzsche and Philosophy (European Perspectives)

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Best introduction to the poststructuralist infatuation with Nietzsche. Brilliant and flawed. Leggi recensione completa

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Part survey of Nietzsche, part intro to Deleuzean thought, this book is a scrupulously written discourse on forces, power, affirmation, negation, the eternal return, ressentiment and bad conscience ... Leggi recensione completa

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Indice

ONE THE TRAGIC 1 The Concept of Genealogy
1
Sense
3
The Philosophy of the Will
6
Against the Dialectic
8
The Problem of Tragedy
10
Nietzsches Evolution
12
j Dionysus and Christ
14
The Essence of the Tragic
17
The Concept of Truth
94
Knowledge Morality and Religion
97
Thought and Life
100
Art
102
New Image of Thought
103
FOUR FROM RESSENTIMENT TO THE BAD CONSCIENCE III
111
Principle of Ressentiment
112
Typology of Ressentiment
115

The Problem of Existence
19
Existence and Innocence
22
The Dicethrow
25
Consequences for the Eternal Return
27
Nietzsches Symbolism
29
Nietzsche and Mallarme
32
Tragic Thought
34
The Touchstone
36
TWO ACTIVE AND REACTIVE
39
The Distinction of Forces
40
Quantity and Quality
42
Nietzsche and Science
44
as cosmological and physical doctrine
47
Nietzsches Terminology
52
Origin and Inverted Image
55
Hierarchy
59
Will to Power and Feeling of Power
61
The BecomingReactive of Forces
64
Ambivalence of Sense and of Values
65
as ethical and selective thought
68
The Problem of the Eternal Return
71
THREE CRITIQUE J3 1 Transformation of the Sciences of Man
73
The Form of the Question in Nietzsche
75
Nietzsches Method
78
Against his Predecessors
79
Against Pessimism and against Schopenhauer
82
Principles for the Philosophy of the Will
84
Plan of The Geneaology of Morals
89
Realisation of Critique
91
Nietzsche and Kant from the Point of View of Consequences
93
Characteristics of Ressentiment
116
Is he Good? Is he Evil?
119
The Paralogism 722
122
the Judaic priest
124
Bad Conscience and Inferiority 727
127
The Problem of Pain
129
the Christian priest
131
Culture Considered from the Prehistoric Point of View
133
Culture Considered from the PostHistoric Point of View 1
135
Culture Considered from the Historical Point ofView
138
This
139
Bad Conscience Responsibility Guilt
141
The Ascetic Ideal and the Essence of Religion
143
Triumph of Reactive Forces
145
AGAINST THE DIALECTIC
147
Analysis of Pity
148
Against Hegelianism 756
156
The Avatars of the Dialectic 759
159
Nietzsche and the Dialectic 762
162
Theory of the Higher Man
164
Is Man Essentially Reactive? 766
166
the focal point 777
171
Affirmation and Negation 775
175
The Sense of Affirmation
180
Ariadne 756
186
Dionysus and Zarathustra
189
Conclusion 795
195
Notes 799
199
Index
223
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Informazioni sull'autore (2006)

Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995) was professor of philosophy at the University of Paris, Vincennes-St. Denis. He wrote several seminal philosophical works, including Difference and Repetition, and, with Félix Guattari, Anti-Oedipus, A Thousand Plateaus, and What Is Philosophy?Michael Hardt is professor of literature and romance studies at Duke University. He is the author of Gilles Deleuze: An Apprenticeship in Philosophy and the coauthor (with Antonio Negri) of Empire and Multitude.Hugh Tomlinson is also the translator of other works by Deleuze, including Bergonism and Cinema 2: The Time Image.

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