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Nietzsche, the last antipolitical German

by Peter Bergmann

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany
    • Subjects:
    • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.,
    • Philosophers -- Germany -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPeter Bergmann.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsB3316 .B45 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination239 p. ;
      Number of Pages239
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2552224M
      ISBN 100253340616
      LC Control Number85046031


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Quite a biography, NIETZSCHE, "THE LAST ANTIPOLITICAL GERMAN" by Peter Bergmann, published inis a historian's attempt to place Nietzsche's writings in the political setting that provides a context for whatever goal Nietzsche might Cited by: Nietzsche, "the last antipolitical German".

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Bergmann, Peter, Nietzsche, "the last antipolitical German". Bloomington: Indiana University Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Friedrich Wilhelm.

Quite a biography, NIETZSCHE, "THE LAST ANTIPOLITICAL GERMAN" by Peter Bergmann, published inis a historian's attempt to place Nietzsche's writings the last antipolitical German book the political setting that provides a context for whatever goal Nietzsche might 4/5(1). Nietzsche, "The Last Antipolitical German" Peter Bergmann.

Distribution: Global. Publication date: 03/22/ The novelty and value of this book lie in Bergmann’s painstaking examination of Nietzsche’s reactions to and interaction with the political events and currents of his time." —American Historical Review.

Looking for Nietzsche, Menu × Sell. Nietzsche: "The Last Antipolitical German". [REVIEW] George J. Stack - - Review of Metaphysics 42 (1) details In this scholarly, detailed, and illuminating intellectual biography of Nietzsche, Bergmann locates "the last anti-political German" in his time and place, meticulously portraying the social, political, and cultural.

In his book, Nietzsche, the last antipolitical German, he revealed Nietzsche to be a man of his time, the Bismarckian era. He spent the next three decades exploring the relationship between German. As Dombowsky points out, Peter Bergmann's Nietzsche, "The Last Antipolitical German" is one of the few other works to address this matter in detail, so there is ample room for such research.

To this end, Dombowsky points to Nietzsche's frequent mention (often in asides) of Bismarck, the Kulturkampf, and other issues of the late nineteenth century. The Nietzsche Circle is a philosophical community whose main concern is artistic production and the question of aesthetics, of responding to the crisis of art and its bearing on life, though it will explore all dimensions of Nietzsche’s thought.

The Nietzsche Circle is devoted to the question: What kind of art is vital to our existence. Looking for Nietzsche, Cheap Apple iPhones. Up to £50 Off iPhone Deals iPhones from £99 iPhones £ - £ iPhones £ - £ iPhones £ - £ iPhones £ - £ iPhones from £99 iPhones £ - £ iPhones £ - £ iPhones £ - £ iPhones £ - £ Nietzsche: Philosopher, Psychologist, Antichrist (Princeton UP, ).

(2.) Ibid. and continued through subsequent editions. See the 3rd ed. (), pp.(3.) Nietzsche's own interaction with the daily events of German politics is narrated in exhaustive detail in Peter Bergmann, Nietzsche, "the last Antipolitical German" (Indiana UP. As a result, this book is of interest to historians, German literature scholars, opera scholars, as well as musicologists." —Net Review.

Net Review "German national, political, social, and musical spirit grew aggressively in the late—18th and early, 19th centuries, contesting Italian domination of opera. What the book does best of all is present a "strong" version of Nietzsche's philosophy that can be wrangled with (while also providing impetus to go back to many of Nietzsche's writings).

My main sentiment remains This book does a great job illuminating Nietzsche's philosophy and arguing for the particular interpretations Kaufmann puts forth/5(97). At any rate, in that passage which, as mentioned above, was not intended for publication, Nietzsche states that due to him being “the last antipolitical German” he is “perhaps more German than present-day Germans, mere citizens of the German Reich, could possibly be.” Nietzsche thereby admits to belonging to the German nation but.

A yearbook of essays and book reviews in German and English devoted to philosophical discussions of Nietzsche.

There is an index to volumestowhich lists the papers published, along with indexes of keywords and personal names. Bergmann, Peter, Nietzsche: “The Last Antipolitical German ” (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, ), p.

Given this, it is probable that Napoleon influenced Nietzsche's vision of human excellence. The Nietzsche Circle is a philosophical community whose main concern is artistic production and the question of aesthetics, of responding to the crisis of art and its bearing on life, though it will explore all dimensions of Nietzsche’s thought.

Nietzsche, “The Last Antipolitical German The strength of Richardson’s book is that it. UNDERSTANDING NIETZSCHE'S ANTI-POLITICS Peter Bergmann: Nietzsche, "The Last Antipolitical German" (Bloomington: In-diana University Press, Pp.

ix, $) After a lull of several decades in mid-century, Nietzsche is in vogue again today. Contemporary French thought, from poststructuralism to. The Nietzsche that emerges here is a tragic prophet of the spiritual vacuum that produced the twentieth century's totalitarian movements, the thinker who best diagnosed the pathologies of fin-de-siècle European culture.

Nietzsche dared to look into the abyss of modern nihilism. This book. forward. Nietzsche was certainly not alone in holding Bonaparte up as an exemplar, but his reasons for doing so are quite different. Peter Bergmann, Nietzsche: "The Last Antipolitical German" (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, ), p.

Given this, it is probable that Napoleon influenced Nietzsche's vision of human excellence.