Nietzsche and the Horror of Existence

Lexington Books (2009)
Horror -- The horror of existence -- Dionysian terror -- Tragedy -- Rebirth of the Greek ideal -- Dionysian life -- Three visions -- Truth -- The true and the good -- Avoiding the truth -- Taking to be true -- A consistent account of truth -- Chaos, the self, and will to power -- Meaningless suffering -- God is dead -- Chaos -- The Kantian self -- Forgetfulness -- The composite self -- Will to power -- Perspectivism -- The Übermensch and eternal recurrence -- Nihilism and the Übermensch -- Eternal recurrence -- Eternal recurrence, chaos, and the self -- Eternal recurrence continued -- Eternal recurrence and the horror of existence -- Loving every moment -- Innocence and redemption -- Discipline and pity -- Eternal recurrence and others -- Eternal recurrence and the categorical imperative -- Abolition of the true world and the affirmation of life -- Masters, slaves, and Übermenschen -- Masters and slaves -- The slave and the Übermensch -- Christianity, guilt, and the ascetic ideal -- A roman caesar with christ's soul -- Virtue -- The truth of Nietzsche's doctrines -- Metaphysical truth -- The truth of the horror of existence -- The value of illusions -- Contradiction between doctrines -- Should we accept Nietzsche? -- Covering up for Nietzsche -- Pity and compassion -- Best argument for nietzsche -- Benefiting culture -- Against Nietzsche.
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Call number B3317.K24 2009
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