State University of New York Press (1994)

This book explores the possibility that Friedrich Nietzsche simulated his madness as a form of "voluntary death," and thus that his madness functioned as the symbolic culmination of his philosophy.
Keywords Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm   Philosophers
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ISBN(s) 0791421503   9780791421499   079142149X (hc)   079142149X
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