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Introduction to Friedrich Nietzsche, Academics Philosophy

Introduction to Friedrich Nietzsche
By: Frederick Dolan

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  •    DURATION: 20h 00min
  •  LANGUAGE: English
  •  EXPERTISE LEVEL: Advanced
  •  CATEGORY: Philosophy

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Friedrich Nietzsche had an enormous impact on the philosophy, art, and literature of the twentieth century, and his views continue to be hotly debated. His first book, The Birth of Tragedy (1872), was at once a highly original work of classical scholarship, a theory of art, an attack on his own academic discipline, propaganda for composer Richard Wagner, and a diagnosis of what he saw as the pathologies of European culture. Later equally layered works explored the origin and purpose of morality and the nature of value judgments generally, the prospects for post-Christian Europe and the “free spirit,” the creative process, the philosophical tradition, epistemology, metaphysics, and what it means to be human. In his philosophico-literary work Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1883-5), Nietzsche introduces themes that became notorious: the death of God, the Superman, the eternal recurrence, and the will to power. In this course, we’ll read Nietzsche primarily as a philosopher, but also as the stylistic genius and penetrating cultural critic he was. We’ll begin with one of his last books, Ecce Homo (1888), which presents his own highly provocative assessment of his contributions to European culture. And because Nietzsche’s thought can’t be separated from his life, we’ll look into his personal as well as intellectual development.


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Introduction to Friedrich Nietzsche

Academics Philosophy
$2,000.00