|Essays||Author||Read | Download|
|The Rebirth of Nietzsche's Zarathustra||By Paul S. Loeb||WEB | PDF|
|Why Do Poets Lie Too Much? Nietzsche, Poetry and the Different Voices of Zarathustra||By Yunus Tuncel||WEB | PDF|
|Nihilism Now and Nietzsche’s Zarathustra||By Ashley Woodward||WEB | PDF|
|Life, Death, and Eternal Recurrence in Nietzsche’s Zarathustra||By Gabriel Zamosc||WEB | PDF|
|Yunus Tuncel’s Agon in Nietzsche||Review By Vishwa Adluri||WEB | PDF|
|Beatrix Vogel’s (Editor) Umwertung der Menschenwürde – Kontroversen mit und nach Nietzsche||Review By Yunus Tuncel||WEB | PDF|
|The Tragic Community Friedrich Nietzsche and Mao Tse Tung||By James Luchte|
|Socratic Optimism in Nietzsche’s The Birth of Tragedy and Pyrrhonism||By Quentin Pharr|
|‘Faced with The Satyr’- Nietzsche’s Tragic Knowledge of Nature||By Luke Trusso|
|Nietzsche and Cult Practices in Greek Tragedy||By Yunus Tuncel|
|Frank Chouraqui’s Ambiguity and the Absolute: Nietzsche and Merleau-Ponty on the Question of Truth||By Nicholas Birns|
|Future Past: The Gay Science, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, and Eternity||By Babette Babich|
|From the Eternal Recurrence to the Posthuman Multiverse||By Francesca Ferrando|
|Kant, Nietzsche and the Moral Prohibition of Treating a Person Solely as a Means||By Stefan Lorenz Sorgner|
|Nietzsche, Mass/Social Media, and the Question of Education and Spectacle||By Yunus Tuncel|
|Horst Hutter and Eli Friedland’s Nietzsche’s Therapeutic Teaching: For Individuals and Culture||By Nicholas Birns|
|Nietzsche and Music||Author||Download|
|Nietzsche, Music, and Silent Suffering: An Introduction||By Yunus Tuncel|
|On the Phenomenology of Music and Word in The Birth of Tragedy||By Babette Babich|
|"Dionysian Rock" Nietzsche & Music||By David Kilpatrick|
|Music, Posthumanism and Nietzsche||By Stefan Lorenz Sorgner|
|Nietzsche and the Sculptural Sublime: On Becoming the One You Are||By Babette Babich|
|Nandita Biswas Mellamphy's The Three Stigmata of Friedrich Nietzsche: Political Physiology in the Age of Nihilism||Reviewed by Julian Jason Haladyn|
|Tamsin Shaw's 2007 Nietzsche's Political Skepticism||Reviewed by Rachael Sotos|
...Nietzsche's The Birth of Tragedy should be read as a phenomenological undertaking including his 'reduction' of traditional scholarly assumptions and theories regarding the history of the tragic work of art as well as the history and function of the tragic chorus as a musically poetic performance that can only be understood..
...A battle has been waged around Nietzsche's philosophy since at least the time of his unfortunate collapse concerning the manner in which his ideas are framed and interpreted, organized and understood in relation to the conditions of modern thought, which he helped foster...
...the first order Empfindung associated to music is the dissolution of individuality which from a posthumanist perspective brings about the realisation of the embeddedness of human beings in this world. Hence, music can bring about more than pain and pleasure in the recipients.
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