Nietzsche's Will to Power Naturalized: Translating the Human Into Nature and Nature Into the Human

Lexington Books (2017)
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This book explains and defends a naturalized reading of Nietzsche’s doctrine of will to power. By providing a new interpretation of the term, Brian Lightbody argues that other aspects of Nietzsche’s philosophy, such as his ontology, epistemology and ethics become clearer and more coherent.

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