|The Future is Superhuman: Nietzsche's Gift||By Keith Ansell Pearsonl|
|Nietzsche's Transhumanism||By Paul S. Loeb|
|Nietzsche's Post-Human Imperative: On the "All-too-Human" Dream of Transhumanism||By Babette Babich|
|Zarathustra 2.0 and Beyond: Further Remarks on the Complex Relationship between Nietzsche and Transhumanism||By Stefan Lorenz Sorgner|
|A Metahumanist Manifesto||By Jaime del Val and Stefan Lorenz Sorgner|
|Interview on the Metahumanist Manifesto with Jaime del Val and Stefan Lorenz Sorgner||By Yunus Tuncel|
|Review of Jaime del Val's Metaformance||By Yunus Tuncel|
|William E. Connolly's Pluralistic Sense-Making: A World of Becoming||Reviewed by Frank Chouraqui|
|Paul S. Loeb's The Death of Nietzsche's Zarathustra||Reviewed by Jill Marsden|
|Stefan Lorenz Sorgner's Menschenwürde nach Nietzsche||Reviewed by Yunus Tuncel|
|The Eternal Return: Genesis and Interpretation||By Paolo D'Iorio|
|Friedrich Nietzsche, "The Greek Music Drama"||Translated by Paul Bishop, University of Glasgow|
|'Méditerraniser': The Flight from North to South. A Reading of Nietzsche's Poems 'Prince Vogelfrei' and 'In the South'||By Martine Prange, Maastricht University|
|The Time of Our Lives: A Critical History of Temporality||Reviewed by Keith Ansell-Pearson, University of Warwick|
|Modernity in the Mirror: Nietzsche's Economy: Modernity, Normativity and Futurity||Reviewed by Frank Chouraqui, University of Warwick|
|The Will to Technology and the Culture of Nihilism: Heidegger, Nietzsche & Marx||Reviewed by Joseph La Sac|
|The Inner Touch: Archaeology of a Sensation||Reviewed by Jill Marsden|
|Die fröhliche Wissenschaft("la gaya scienza")||Selected by Paul S. Loeb|
...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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