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|Named Person:||Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche|
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|Description:||xxi, 176 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Reading Nietzsche --
The new critical edition of Nietzsche's collected works --
Nietzsche's recollections from the years 1875-79 concerning his childhood --
Nietzsche and Wagner one hundred years ago --
Enlightenment and revolution : Nietzsche and the later Goethe--
Nietzsche's philosophy as the "Passion for Knowledge"--
Zarathustra before thus spoke Zarathustra--
Nietzsche's unpublished writings from 1885 to 1888; or, texual criticism and the will to power--
A new section in Nietzsche's ecce homo documentary supplement--
Nietzsche between Alfred Bäumler and Georg Lukács
|Series Title:||International Nietzsche studies.|
|Other Titles:||Nietzsche lesen.|
|Responsibility:||Mazzino Montinari ; translated from the German and with an introduction by Greg Whitlock.|
"In contrast to the strictly theoretical approaches of present-day postmodernist and poststructuralist Nietzsche scholars, Montinari's emphasis was on a historical and philological approach. Aside from discussing his own work on the critical edition, in Reading Nietzsche Montinari tackles such subjects as the relationship between Nietzsche and Wagner, early drafts of Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Nietzsche's own passion for knowledge, and the philosopher's reputation among the Nazis and Marxists of the 1930s and 1940s.
He also deals authoritatively with a number of figures who have had an unfortunate influence on the way Nietzsche has been understood, from the chief Nazi interpreter of Nietzsche, Alfred Baumler, to the chief Marxists interpreter, Georg Lukacs, to Nietzsche's sister, Elizabeth."--BOOK JACKET.