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Nietzsche and Friendship

Author: Willow Verkerk
Publisher: London ; New York ; Oxford ; New Delhi ; Sydney Bloomsbury Academic 2019
Series: Bloomsbury studies in continental philosophy
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Editions of Texts Used with Abbreviations -- Aristotle -- Kant -- Nietzsche -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Nietzsche's Literary Gift of Friendship: Reading Nietzsche as a Joyful, Agonistic, and Bestowing Friend -- On how to read Nietzsche -- The central texts on friendship -- Nietzsche's expectations of the reader -- Nietzsche as agonistic
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Named Person: Friedrich Nietzsche
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Willow Verkerk
ISBN: 9781350047341 1350047341
OCLC Number: 1090770367
Description: X, 189 Seiten
Contents: Introduction Chapter 1: Nietzsche's Literary Gift of Friendship: Reading Nietzsche as a Joyful, Agonistic, and Bestowing Friend Chapter 2: Nietzsche's Re-evaluation of Friendship Chapter 3: On Becoming What One Is: Nietzsche's Therapeutic Concept of the Self Chapter 4: Nietzsche and Aristotle on Character, Virtue, and the Limits of Friendship Chapter 5: Women, Love, and the Gendered Troubles of Friendship in Nietzsche and Irigaray Chapter 6: Abducting Woman? An Agonistic Reception of Nietzsche's (and Derrida's) Gifts Conclusion: Further Re-evaluations Notes References Index
Series Title: Bloomsbury studies in continental philosophy
Responsibility: Willow Verkerk.

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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Editions of Texts Used with Abbreviations -- Aristotle -- Kant -- Nietzsche -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Nietzsche's Literary Gift of Friendship: Reading Nietzsche as a Joyful, Agonistic, and Bestowing Friend -- On how to read Nietzsche -- The central texts on friendship -- Nietzsche's expectations of the reader -- Nietzsche as agonistic psychologist -- Chapter 2: Nietzsche's Re-evaluation of Friendship -- Lower and higher forms of friendship -- The development of Nietzsche's agonistic ethics of friendship -- The practice of agonistics -- Friendship, Redlichkeit, and the Overhuman -- What threatens friendship? -- Knowing when to leave a friendship -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3: On Becoming What One Is: Nietzsche's Therapeutic Concept of the Self -- The self is the body -- The body is a great reason -- The socialization of identity and self-consciousness -- Nietzsche's psycho-ontological conception of the self and the will to power -- A textual analysis of the meaning of self-overcoming -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: Nietzsche and Aristotle on Character, Virtue, and the Limits of Friendship -- On flourishing, virtue, and self-love -- Aristotle's great-souled man, Nietzsche's bestowing friend, and the meaning of nobility -- Character as an impasse to friendship -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5: Women, Love, and the Gendered Troubles of Friendship in Nietzsche and Irigaray -- Nietzsche on love and the gendered troubles of friendship -- Women in Beyond Good and Evil -- Irigaray on love of the same and friendship -- Reading Irigaray with Nietzsche on wonder and assimilation -- Beyond Nietzsche and Irigaray: Thoughts on the future of friendship -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6: Abducting Woman? An Agonistic Reception of Nietzsche's (and Derrida's) Gifts -- Conclusion: Further Re-evaluations.

Notes -- Chapter 1 -- Chapter 2 -- Chapter 3 -- Chapter 4 -- Chapter 5 -- Chapter 6 -- References -- Index.

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