Nietzsche, Theories of Knowledge, and Critical Theory: Nietzsche and the Sciences I / Edition 1by Robert S. Cohen, Babette Babich
Pub. Date: 08/31/1999
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Nietzsche, Theories of Knowledge, and Critical Theory, the first volume of a two-volume book collection on Nietzsche and the Sciences, ranges from reviews of Nietzsche and the wide variety of epistemic traditions - not only pre-Socratic, but Cartesian, Leibnizian, Kantian, and post-Kantian -through essays on Nietzsche's critique of knowledge via his critique of… See more details below
Nietzsche, Theories of Knowledge, and Critical Theory, the first volume of a two-volume book collection on Nietzsche and the Sciences, ranges from reviews of Nietzsche and the wide variety of epistemic traditions - not only pre-Socratic, but Cartesian, Leibnizian, Kantian, and post-Kantian -through essays on Nietzsche's critique of knowledge via his critique of grammar and modern culture, and culminates in an extended section on the dynamic of Nietzsche's critical philosophy seen from the perspective of Habermas and critical theory. This volume features a first-time English translation of Habermas's afterword to his own German-language collection of Nietzsche's Epistemological Writings.
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- Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science Series, #203
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements. List of Abbreviations Used. Preface; R.S. Cohen. Introduction: Nietzsche's Theory of Knowledge as Art: A Critical Theory of Knowledge and Science; B. Babich. Resumé of the Book Collection and Section Summaries. Nietzsche and the Tradition: Nietzsche and Atomism; H. Caygill. Beyond Reality: Nietzsche's Science of Appearances; S. Gaukroger. The Epistemological Shift from Descartes to Nietzsche: Intuition and Imagination; T. Borsche. Between Leibniz and Nietzsche: Perspectivism and Irrationalism; E.E. Sleinis. Nietzsche among the Neo-Kantians: Or the Relation between Science and Philosophy; S. Crowell. Nietzsche: The Critique of Modern Reason; A. Kremer-Marietti. Nietzsche within Heidegger's History of Truth: The Politics of Knowledge; C. Bambach. Nietzsche and the Vienna Circle; K.R. Fischer. Nietzsche's Critique of Grammar, Culture, and Interpretation: Nietzsche's Critique of Truth and Grammar; J. Simon. The Nietzschean Meta-Critique of Knowledge; H. Schmid. On Judgment in a World of Becoming; W. Müller-Lauter. Scientific Theory or Practical Doctrine; M. Riedel. Nietzsche's Rhetorical Philosophy as Critique of Impure Reason; J. Kopperschmidt. Nietzsche, Habermas, and Critical Theory: Postscript from 1968: On Nietzsche's Theory of Knowledge; K. Spiekermann. Nietzsche and Enlightenment Science: Adorno's Response; B. O'Connor. Nietzsche, Critical Theory, and a Theory of Knowledge; J. Swindal. Truth and Interest: On Habermas's Postscript to Nietzsche's Theory of Knowledge; M. Pensky. Habermasian Passion and the Nietzschean Contagion; J. Hodge. Habermas, Nietzsche, and Cognitive Perspective; T. Rockmore. Habermas's Critique ofNietzsche's Critique of Reason; B.B.F. Taureck. Nietzsche, Habermas, and the Question of Objectivity; N. Davey. A Postscript of Habermas, Nietzsche, and Politics; T.B. Strong. Notes on Contributors. Table of Contents, Volume Two. Index.
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