This collection of essays examines Nietzsche's aesthetic account of the origins and ends of philosophy.
- Cambridge University Press
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- Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and the Arts Series
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- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.83(d)
Table of Contents
Introduction: Nietzsche and art Salim Kemal, Ivan Gaskell and Daniel W. Conway; 1. Nietzsche's conception of irony Ernst Behler; 2. The transfiguration of intoxication: Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, and Dionysus Martha Nussbaum; 3. Nietzschean self-transformation and the transformation of the Dionysian Adrian Del Caro; 4. Socratism and the question of aesthetic justification Randall Havas; 5. What is the meaning of Aesthetic ideals? Aaron Ridley; 6. The splitting of historical consciousness Stephen Bann; 7. Gustav Klimt's Beethoven Frieze, truth, and The Birth of Tragedy Timothy W. Hiles; 8. Improvisations, on Nietzsche/on jazz John Carvalho; 9. Unstable identities: Nietzsche on the force of art and language Fiona Jenkins; 10. Dionysus lost and found: literary genres in Nietzsche and Lukács Henry Staten; 11. Nietzsche's politics of aesthetic genius Salim Kemal; 12. Love's labour's lost: the philosopher's Versucherkunst Daniel W. Conway; 13. Nietzsche's Dionysian arts: dance, song, and silence Claudia Crawford.
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