What is Decadent Philosophy?

In Decadence of the French Nietzsche. Rowman & Littlefield (2004)

James Brusseau
Pace University
Decadence in philosophy is the reversal between thinking and truth: philosophical truths valued only insofar as they provoke more philosophical thought.
Keywords Deleuze  French Nietzsche  Bataille  Foucault  Derrida  History of Philosophy  Continental philosophy  Huysmans  Rorty  Decadence
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