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by Peter Durno Murray

  • ISBN: 3110166011
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Peter Durno Murray
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: De Gruyter; Reprint 2015 ed. edition (August 4, 1999)
  • Pages: 320
  • ePub book: 1641 kb
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Home Peter Durno Murray Nietzsche's Affirmative Morality: A Revaluation Based in the. This book argues that Nietzsche bases his affirmative morality on the model of individual responsiveness to otherness which he takes from the mythology of Dionysus

Home Peter Durno Murray Nietzsche's Affirmative Morality: A Revaluation Based in the. This book argues that Nietzsche bases his affirmative morality on the model of individual responsiveness to otherness which he takes from the mythology of Dionysus. The subject is not free to choose to avoid such responding to the demands of the other. Nietzsche finds that the basic mode of responding is pleasure. This feeling, as a basis for morality, underlies the morality which is true to the earth and the major concepts of "will to power", "eternal return", and "amor fati".

Nietzsche's Affirmative Morality : A Revaluation Based in the Dionysian World-View. This book argues that Nietzsche bases his affirmative morality on the model of individual responsiveness to otherness which he takes from the mythology of Dionysus

Nietzsche's Affirmative Morality : A Revaluation Based in the Dionysian World-View. by Peter Durno Murray.

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Murray, Peter Durno: Nietzsche's affirmative morality : a revaluation based in the Dionysian world view, by Peter Durno Murray. Berlin ; New York : de Gruyter, 1999

Murray, Peter Durno: Nietzsche's affirmative morality : a revaluation based in the Dionysian world view, by Peter Durno Murray. Berlin ; New York : de Gruyter, 1999. Monographien und Texte zur Nietzsche-Forschung ; Bd. 42) ISBN 3-11-016601-1.

By following Nietzsche’s genealogical method, this thesis will demonstrate that Epicurean immanence emerged through the conceptualisation of all existence within the cosmos and nature

By following Nietzsche’s genealogical method, this thesis will demonstrate that Epicurean immanence emerged through the conceptualisation of all existence within the cosmos and nature. Moreover, immanence developed as an atomistic response to the transcendent philosophies of Socrates and Aristotle which opposed Democritean materialism. Nietzsche recognised that the increasing popularity of Platonism in late antiquity led to the event of Christianity, which dominated Western thought until its success eventually destroyed the conditions that maintained it.

This book argues that Nietzsche bases his affirmative morality on the model of individual responsiveness to otherness which he takes from the mythology of Dionysus. The subject is not free to choose to avoid such responding to the demands of the other

This book argues that Nietzsche bases his affirmative morality on the model of individual responsiveness to otherness which he takes from the mythology of Dionysus. This feeling, as a basis for morality, underlies the morality which is true to the earth and the major concepts of will to power, eternal return, and amor fati. The priority of otherness makes all thought ethical and not only aesthetic.

Monographien und Texte zur Nietzsche-Forschung. Nietzsche: life as literature

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This book argues that Nietzsche bases his affirmative morality on the model of individual responsiveness to otherness which he takes from the mythology of Dionysus

This book argues that Nietzsche bases his affirmative morality on the model of individual responsiveness to otherness which he takes from the mythology of Dionysus. Nietzsche's Affirmative Morality: A Revaluation Based in the Dionysian World.

The Surface and the Abyss: Nietzsche as Philosopher of Mind and Knowledge (Monographien Und Texte Zur Nietzsche-Forschung). Download (pdf, . 6 Mb) Donate Read

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In this text he described a new worldview grounded on the ideas of Mach, whose development started in the 19th century with .

In this text he described a new worldview grounded on the ideas of Mach, whose development started in the 19th century with the work of other authors who played a significant role in the history of the philosophy of science, such as Goethe, Avenarius, Clifford, Pearson, Stallo, – and Friedrich Nietzsche. An exception could be Hans Vaihinger, who discusses Nietzsche in the last section of his book Die Philosophie des Als-Ob (published in 1911 but written more than thirty years earlier). So he wrote to Elisabeth Fçrster-Nietzsche on 9. 11. 1912 (see Gori 2011).

This book argues that Nietzsche bases his affirmative morality on the model of individual responsiveness to otherness which he takes from the mythology of Dionysus. The subject is not free to choose to avoid such responding to the demands of the other. Nietzsche finds that the basic mode of responding is pleasure. This feeling, as a basis for morality, underlies the morality which is true to the earth and the major concepts of "will to power," "eternal return," and "amor fati." The priority of otherness makes all thought ethical and not only aesthetic. The basis of all meanings combines the fundamental impulse of responding outwards with an immediate complement in the individual interpretation-world. This is specifically ethical because the recognition of our own historical specificity arises as a result of the refusal of others to become mere differences within our notion of the Same, and through their demand that we "become who we are" in the recognition of their separate existence.