Conflict and Contest in Nietzsche's Philosophy

 
 
Bloomsbury Academic (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 15. November 2018
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  • 320 Seiten
 
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While Nietzsche's works and ideas are relevant across the many branches of philosophy, the themes of contest and conflict have been mostly overlooked. Conflict and Contest in Nietzsche's Philosophy redresses this situation, arguing for the importance of these issues throughout Nietzsche's work.

The volume has three key lines of inquiry: Nietzsche's ontology of conflict; Nietzsche's conception of the agon; and Nietzsche's warrior-philosophy. Under these three umbrellas is a collection of insightful and provocative essays considering, among other topics, Nietzsche's understanding of resistance; his engagement with classical thinkers alongside his contemporaries, including Jacob Burckhardt; his views on language, metaphor and aphorism; and war, revolt and terror. In bringing together such topics, Conflict and Contest in Nietzsche's Philosophy seeks to correct the one-sided tendencies within the existing literature to read simply 'hard' and 'soft' analyses of conflict.

Written by scholars across the Anglophone and the European traditions, within and beyond philosophy, this collection emphasises the entire problematic of conflict in Nietzsche's thought and its relation to his philosophical and literary practice.
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Herman Siemens is Associate Professor of Modern Philosophy at Leiden University, Netherlands.

James Pearson has recently completed his PhD at Leiden University on Nietzsche's philosophy of conflict.
Table of Contents
Notes on contributors
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations and references for Nietzsche and Kant
Translations of Nietzsche's and Kant's writings

Introduction, Herman Siemens and James Pearson

Part I. Nietzsche's ontology of conflict
1. Nietzsche on Productive Resistance, Herman Siemens (Leiden University, The Netherlands)
2. Unity in Strife: Nietzsche, Heraclitus and Schopenhauer', James Pearson (Leiden University, The Netherlands)

Part II. Conflict and Culture: Nietzsche's Agon and the Greeks
3. 'Competition and Democracy in Burckhardt and Nietzsche', Ritchie Robertson (University of Oxford, UK)
4. 'Competitive Ethos and Cultural Dynamic. The principle of Agonism in Jacob Burckhardt and Friedrich Nietzsche', Enrico Müller (University of Bonn, Germany)
5. 'Amor Agonis: Conflict and Love in Nietzsche and Homer', Lawrence J. Hatab (Old Dominion University, USA)
6. 'Agonistic Communities: Love, War, and Spheres of Activity', Christa Acampora (Graduate Center of the City University of New York, USA)

Part III: Ethos and Conflict: Nietzsche's Warriors and Warrior-philosophers
7. 'Nietzsche on the Pleasure of the Agon and Enticements to War', Michael McNeal (Metropolitan State University of Denver, USA)
8. '"Aidos", The Warrior-Pathos of Nietzsche's Noble Philosopher', Florian Häubli (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
9. 'You Will the Eternal Recurrence of War and Peace' (GS 285), Isabelle Wienand (University of Basel, Switzerland)
10. 'Philosophy as Terrorism. The Notion of "Attentat"', Guillaume Métayer (École Normale Supérieure in Paris, France)

Part IV: Conflict and Contestation in Language, Rhetoric and Style
11. Agon and Language in Nietzsche's Early Writings on Rhetoric', Nicolas Lema Habash (University of Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, USA)
12. Hyperbole and Conflict in the Slave Revolt in Morality, Frank Chouraqui (Leiden University, the Netherlands)
13. 'Why War Imagery? Loving Life as an "Experiment der Erkennende" in Die fröhliche Wissenschaft', Jonathan Agins (Northwestern University, USA)
14. The Aphorism as the Site of Conflict in Friedrich Nietzsche and Ludwig Hohl, Alexandra Sattler (Leiden University, the Netherlands)

Bibliography
Index
Schweitzer Klassifikation
DNB DDC Sachgruppen

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