Anti-Nietzsche

Anti-Nietzsche

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by Malcolm Bull
     
 

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A provocative intellectual assault on the iconic philosopher.  See more details below

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A provocative intellectual assault on the iconic philosopher.

Editorial Reviews

CHOICE
Seven witty, erudite, and highly stylized chapters. Recommended.
Times Higher Education
Bull is an excellent writer of philosophical prose … it is hard to deny the boldness of his thinking, or the seductive force of his writing.
Times Literary Supplement
A stimulating and delightful book … Bull’s argument is also subtle and deep.
Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
The breadth and depth of Bull’s scholarship are … incredibly impressive.
The New Inquiry
Brilliant … Bull asks us to do more than just abandon our conceited sense of strength and beauty. His book remodels revolutionary politics as not a Nietzschean act of revaluation but an experience of radical, runaway entropy.
Socialism and Democracy
Bull’s book deserves attention both as a scholarly engagement with continental philosophy and political theory, and as a challenging intervention into contemporary left politics.
Choice
Seven witty, erudite, and highly stylized chapters. Recommended.
From the Publisher
"A great thought experiment ... an astonishing call to arms (or to disarm)" — T.J. Clark

“A stimulating and delightful book...Anti-Nietzsche is charming, but Bull’s argument is also subtle and deep”—Times Literary Supplement

“Seven witty, erudite, and highly stylized chapters. Recommended.”—CHOICE

Anti-Nietzsche pursues Nietzsche’s logic but pulls out all the stops.”—The New Inquiry

“The breadth and depth of Bull’s scholarship are ... incredibly impressive.”—Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

“Bull is an excellent writer of philosophical prose... it is hard to deny the boldness of his thinking, or the seductive force of his writing”—Times Higher Education

“Bull’s book deserves attention both as a scholarly engagement with continental philosophy and political theory, and as a challenging intervention into contemporary left politics.”—Socialism and Democracy

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781859845745
Publisher:
Verso Books
Publication date:
10/24/2011
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Malcolm Bull is a theorist and art historian who teaches at Oxford. His books include Seeing Things Hidden, The Mirror of the Gods, and Anti-Nietzsche. He is on the editorial board of New Left Review and writes for the London Review of Books.

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Anti-Nietzsche 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
guitaoist3 More than 1 year ago
anyone who is anti-nietzsche this day and age should keep his mouth shut and continue to read his bible and not question morality. with a name like Bull, the subject matter fits accordingly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago