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Jesus or Nietzsche : how should we live our lives?

Author: Raymond A Belliotti
Publisher: Amsterdam : Editions Rodopi, 2013.
Series: Value inquiry book series, v. 529.; Value inquiry book series., Ethical theory and practice.
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This book reconstructs the cornerstones of Jesus's moral teachings about how to lead a good, even exemplary, human life. It does so in a way that is compatible with the most prominent, competing versions of the historical Jesus. The work also contrast Jesus' understanding of the best way to lead our lives with that of Friedrich Nietzsche. Both Jesus and Nietzsche were self-consciously moral revolutionaries. Jesus  Read more...
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Belliotti, Raymond Angelo.
Jesus or nietzsche.
Amsterdam : Editions Rodopi, 2013
(OCoLC)830523761
Named Person: Jesus Christ.; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Jesus Christ.; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Jesus Christ.; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond A Belliotti
ISBN: 9401209251 9789401209250
OCLC Number: 843860369
Description: 1 online resource (246 pages).
Contents: Editorial Foreword by Olli LoukolaPrefaceAcknowledgmentsList of AbbreviationsIntroductionIntroductionNietzsche's LifeProblems of Interpretation in NietzscheMy (Mis)Interpretation of NietzscheJesus: The Nature of Our World and Our Mission in ItFamily RelationsAssociating and Identifying with UndesirablesUnsettling Established RitualsInterrogating Prevailing Norms of Just DistributionMaterial MinimalismJesus and the Concept of ForgivenessNietzsche: The Nature of Our World and Our Mission in ItPerspectivismGenealogical CritiquesCrafting a Worthy SelfValuesNietzsche's Glad TidingsMaster and Slave MoralitiesGoing Beyond Good and EvilEternal RecurrencePhilosophy and PsychologyStyle and RhetoricTragic View of LifeJesus and NietzscheFundamental Understandings of Human Beings: Unconditional Love and the Will to PowerThe Power of Unconditional LoveThe Paradoxes of Agapic LoveParental AgapeThe Will to PowerThe Last Man and The OvermanNietzsche on JesusNietzsche on St. Paul and ChristianityNietzsche's Understanding of JesusJesus and Engagement in this WorldDaunting Normative IdealsThe Perfectionism of JesusPerfectionism and Unconditional LoveExtending Unconditional LoveUnconditional Love and AbstractionA Summary of the Perfectionism of JesusThe Ethic of Jesus and Contemporary PhilosophyJesus' Enduring MessageThe Perfectionism of NietzscheNietzsche's VisionAristocratic PrivilegeA Summary of the Perfectionism of NietzscheThe Perfectionism of Nietzsche and Contemporary PhilosophyJesus and Nietzsche: Toward a SynthesisNotesBibliographyIndexAbout the Author
Series Title: Value inquiry book series, v. 529.; Value inquiry book series., Ethical theory and practice.
Responsibility: Raymond Angelo Belliotti.

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This book reconstructs the cornerstones of Jesus's moral teachings about how to lead a good, even exemplary, human life. It does so in a way that is compatible with the most prominent, competing versions of the historical Jesus. The work also contrast Jesus' understanding of the best way to lead our lives with that of Friedrich Nietzsche. Both Jesus and Nietzsche were self-consciously moral revolutionaries. Jesus refashioned the imperatives of Jewish law to conform to what he was firmly convinced was the divine will. Nietzsche aspired to transvalue the dominant values of his time -which themse.

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