NIetzsche Unbound: The Struggle for Spirit in the Age of Science

NIetzsche Unbound: The Struggle for Spirit in the Age of Science

by David Taffel
     
 

Nietzsche Unbound presents a new and unusual interpretation of Nietzsche as a genuinely religious thinker who not only grasped the nature of humanity's current spiritual predicament, but also set forth an overlooked and truly revolutionary solution to it.

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Nietzsche Unbound presents a new and unusual interpretation of Nietzsche as a genuinely religious thinker who not only grasped the nature of humanity's current spiritual predicament, but also set forth an overlooked and truly revolutionary solution to it.

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"David Taffel has succeeded in writing a lucid, fresh, and vigorous book on Nietzsche. It is a good read and an important contribution to Nietzsche scholarship."--Richard J. Bernstein, Chair, Department of Philosophy, New School University

"Dr. Taffel approaches the problem both systematically and historically. His Nietzsche is the tragic Nietzsche who sees modernity as a world entangled in a labyrinth....He speaks of Nietzsche as an author....I reccommend the book very highly."--Agnes Heller, Hannah Arendt Professor of Philosophy, New School University

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557788221
Publisher:
Paragon House Publishers
Publication date:
06/17/2003
Series:
Paragon Issues in Philosophy Series
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

David Taffel is the managing editor of The Conversationalist, an online daily news and culture briefing. He has taught at New England college and worked as a freelance editor and writer. His doctoral dissertation on Nietzsche at the New School won the Hans Jonas Memorial Award for Philosophy.

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