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Titel: Zarathustra's secret : the interior life of ...
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Translated from the German. New Haven & London : Yale University Press, c2002, Hardcover. Dustjacket. xx, 278 p.,  p. of plates : ill, facsim, ports ; 24cm. Bibliography: p. 269-270. - Includes index. Condition : very good. ISBN 0300092784[KEYWORDS: PHILOSOPHY, *. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 205414
Inhaltsangabe: Over a century after his death in 1900, Nietzsche remains a seminal figure in the history of European intellectual life. Celebrated as a liberator by some, maligned as a pernicious influence by others, he was the subject of controversy during his lifetime, pursuing a hedonistic individualism and espousing concepts such as the Superman and the Will to Power until he died, after a decade of institutionalized insanity. In this biography, Joachim Kohler seeks to understand Nietzsche's philosophy through a reconstruction of his inner life. Through a reinterpretation of his letters, diaries and writings, Kohler shows that Nietzsche's suppressed homosexuality, generating a hatred of Christianity and conventional morality, was a central influence on his work, and argues that his philosophical position was fundamentally compromised by the concealment of his forbidden sexual desire. Throughout his life, as the author demonstrates, the unhappy genius was also plagued by terrible nightmares, stemming from his much-loved father's death, which led to a profoundly disturbed conscience and an intense loathing of metaphysics. Seeking to disguise the truth of his innermost torments, Nietzsche contrived the persona of Zarathustra. The story of the great Persian philosopher, argues Kohler, reveals Nietzsche's own suppression and dionysiac liberation, and presents the culmination of his secret yearnings in the new myth of the Superman who, in his naked beauty, resembled the gods of classical Greece.
Klappentext: "[This book] forces a serious rethinking of Nietzsche and his project."—Allan Megill, Journal of Modern History "Köhler's biography, briskly written, almost a philosophical detective story, is a gripping and fascinating read, even for the uninitiated."—Volksblatt
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