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From Kant to Nietzsche

Jules De Gaultier

From Kant to Nietzsche

by Jules De Gaultier

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Published by Ayer Co Pub .
Written in English


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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8204646M
ISBN 100836921577
ISBN 109780836921571
OCLC/WorldCa139019

Olivier Reboul Libro que pone de manifiesto como Nietzsche conocía mejor a Kant que los eruditos que tan beatíficamente ha dado el "noumenismo". El crítico sabía lo que estaba y sigue estando en juego: ¿qué hacemos con el hombre?, ¿de verdad que Dios ha muerto?, ¿qué puedo conocer?, ¿qué debo hacer? El debate que late en el fondo de este libro es la diferente concepción que del 4/5(1).   I just got done reading a book one of my college nephews gave me. It’s a book containing the biographies of Immanuel Kant, Friedrich Nietzsche, Socrates, and about a dozen other famous philosophers in history, as well as an extensive overview of their respective philosophies. (It’s actually his textbook for his class, but I’ll read almost anything once almost, and only once for most.

  In his book, Friedrich Nietzsche: Immanuel Kant, an influential German philosopher and one of the most influential philosophers in the history of . Unsurprisingly, Katsafanas overstates Nietzsche's differences with Hume's moral psychology (), precisely because, as we have seen, the "Nietzschean moral psychology" of this book is largely Katsafansas's invention, occasionally inspired by snippets from Nietzsche.

"God is Dead" (German: „Gott ist tot“ (help info); also known as The Death of God) is a widely quoted statement by German philosopher Friedrich che used the phrase to express his idea that the Enlightenment had eliminated the possibility of the existence of r, proponents of the strongest form of the Death of God theology have used the phrase in a literal sense.   Friederich Nietzsche argues that appeals to morality are no less a system of power and discipline than the police. In his book The Genealogy of as Kant himself points out in a later book.


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AESTHETICS AND SUBJECTIVITY: FROM KANT TO NIETZSCHE by ANDREW BOWIE, MANCHESTER UNIV PRESS edition, in Undetermined - 2ND ED. Andrew Bowie's "Aesthetics and subjectivity From Kant to Nietzsche" ("subjectivity" with a small "s") is an amazing undertaking. His text far exceeds the trajectory declared in the title.

He delivers on providing a survey of the period between Kant and Nietzsche, as the title proclaims, covering both the vast and complex ideas and relations Cited by: By drawing on direct quotes from all of Jung’s collected works, The Red Book, and his interviews and seminars – as well as from seminal texts by Kant, Nietzsche, Aristotle and Augustine – Giovanni Colacicchi provides a philosophically grounded analysis of the ethical relevance of Jung’s analytical psychology and of the concept of.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gaultier, Jules de, De Kant a Nietzsche. Paris, Mercvre de France, [?] (OCoLC) Books The Kantianism of Hegel and Nietzsche by Robert Zimmerman Lesley Chamberlain wants to rescue Kant from an interesting book by Robert Zimmerman.

The story of German Idealism’s metamorphosis from the critical philosophy of Kant, through Hegel’s phenomenology of spirit, to Nietzsche’s science of joy, is well-known to historians of ideas. Let’s start with the Safranski book, Nietzsche: A Philosophical are absolutely loads of biographies of Nietzsche.

Why did you go with this one in particular. I think the virtue of this book is that it has a detailed and readable narrative of the life, but it combines it with an introduction to the philosophical works, which is written at a very appropriate level for the beginner.

Although some commentators consider Nietzsche sufficiently influenced by Kant to count him a neo-Kantian, the English literature on Nietzsche contains little information about what Nietzsche actually read of Kant's, much less a detailed study of Nietzsche's debt to Kant.

Kevin Hill's book is a noteworthy attempt to fill in this gap in Nietzsche. Nietzsche's value pluralism and his conception of a ‘will to power' are rooted in the claim that mind, values, and norms are continuous with, yet irreducible to, the natural world.

As such, Nietzsche's naturalistic metaphysics combines central features of Hume's radical naturalism and Kant's transcendental idealism. Walking is not sport, he says, in the first line of his book, A Philosophy of Walking. Sport is a discipline, "an ethic, a labour". It is a performance. Nietzsche, Rimbaud, Kant, Rousseau.

Nietzsche's concerns with metaphysical realism are twofold: first, Kant contends that the thing-in-itself, although mind-independent, is non-empirical and unknowable to beings with our specifically human cognitive constitution, and, second, if so, there is an epistemic gap that opens up between self and world, a gap that induces scepticism.

Lot of (2) FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE Books. From Kant to Nietzsche by Jules de Gaultier () - The Wisdom Library. The Birth of Tragedy and the Genealogy of Morals () - Doubleday Anchor Book.

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Kevin Hill presents a highly original study of Nietzsche's thought, the first book to examine in detail his debt to the work of Kant. Hill argues that Nietzsche is a systematic philosopher who knew Kant far better than is commonly thought, and that Reviews: 4.

The best books on Immanuel Kant recommended by Adrian Moore. Immanuel Kant was born in Königsberg, lived in Königsberg, and never travelled very far from Königsberg—but his mind ranged across vast territories, says Oxford philosophy professor, Adrian selects five key texts for coming to grips with the work of "the greatest philosopher of all time.".

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gaultier, Jules de, From Kant to Nietzsche. London: P. Owen, (OCoLC) Document Type. Submit a book or article; Upload a bibliography; Personal pages we track; Archives we track; De Nietzsche a Kant. Eugenio Trías. Enrahonar () Abstract This article has no associated abstract.

Categories Friedrich Nietzsche in 19th Century Philosophy. Iberian Philosophy in European Philosophy. Kant and Other Philosophers in. Kant implied that morality is not learned, but rather predestined, whereas Nietzsche alluded to a experience based morality, or one that is learned through actions and memories.

Although these two men have accepted views of morality, the ideas of Nietzsche seem more applicable in relation to the present day; the world is constantly changing. I enjoyed the book, it had more depth than the usual introductory philosophy books.

This book covers the 4 major German philosophers, Kant, Hegel, Shupenhaure, and Nietzsche. Kant was interested in epistemology and ethics.4/5. Kant that his “educator” had provided. 5 And this is significant in itself, for what-ever substance one might find in Schopenhauer’s now rather clichéd criticisms of Kant, it can hardly be doubted that their overall tendency is simply to bypass the spirit of Kant’s thought.

What Nietzsche actually engages upon is. Nietzsche relies very heavily on previous philosophers, most notably Greek philosophy. Plato and Aristotle (or at the very least Aristotle) would be people to read before Nietzsche. Plato's Euthyphro and Republic would maybe be the minimum, along with Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics and 'd also want to read some Greek plays, like what we've got from Aeschylus and Sophocles.

Nietzsche wrote a lot of books. Here are the top of the list: – The Birth of Tragedy – Truth and Lies in extra-moral sense – Philosophy in the tragic era of the Greeks – Untimely Meditations – Human, All Too Human.

A book for free spirits – Opinions and mixed sentences – The Wanderer and His Shadow – Aurore. Thoughts on moral. The Antichrist (German: Der Antichrist) is a book by the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, originally published in Although it was written inits controversial content made Franz Overbeck and Heinrich Köselitz delay its publication, along with Ecce Homo.

The German title can be translated into English as either The Anti-Christ or The Anti-Christian, depending on how the German word. Because, for Nietzsche, the categorical imperative was dangerous to life.

Quote: “A nation goes to pieces when it confounds its duty with the general concept of duty. Nothing works a more complete and penetrating disaster than every "impersonal" d.Nietzsche also developed his own version of ‘Kantian’ ethics—that is, an ethics which, like Kant’s, affirms agency as the highest and unconditional value, while, unlike Kant’s, admitting different degrees of agency and therefore moral significance, across agents and over time.