9780520215535

Nietzsche

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  • ISBN13:

    9780520215535

  • ISBN10:

    0520215532

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-11-01
  • Publisher: Univ of California Pr

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Summary

A comprehensive examination of Nietzsche's epistemology and ontology that reads his doctrines of perspectivism, becoming, and will to power as products of a thoroughgoing naturalism that affirms the primacy and irreducibility of interpretation.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Note on Sources xiii
Abbreviations xv
Introduction 1(1)
Nietzsche and Postmodern Philosophy
1(2)
The Argument
3(2)
Questions of Terminology
5(2)
Questions of Method
7(8)
PART ONE: NIETZSCHE'S PHILOSOPHICAL POSITION
Being and Its Others: Nietzsche's Genealogy of European Thought
15(54)
Interpreting Nietzsche
15(1)
The ``Death of God'' as the Turning Point of European Thought
16(3)
From Metaphysics and Theology to Science
19(2)
Science as Theology by Other Means
21(6)
The Revaluation of Truth I: Being, Becoming, and Appearing
27(18)
The Revaluation of Truth II: Truth and the ``Intellectual Conscience''
45(18)
Art as Successor to Science
63(6)
Naturalism and Interpretation: Nietzsche's Conception of Epistemology and Ontology
69(40)
The ``Death of God'' and the Naturalist Project
69(2)
The ``Naturalization of Humanity''
71(20)
The ``De-Deification of Nature''
91(14)
The Circle of Naturalism and Interpretation
105(4)
PART TWO: NIETZSCHE'S EPISTEMOLOGICAL AND ONTOLOGICAL DOCTRINES
Perspectivism: The Ubiquity of Interpretation
109(60)
Is There a Doctrine of Perspectivism in Nietzsche?
109(2)
Perspective and Affective Interpretation
111(7)
The ``Subject'' of Perspectivism
118(21)
The ``Object'' of Perspectivism
139(24)
The Finitude and Infinitude of Interpretation: Nietzsche's Antiessentialism
163(6)
Becoming and Chaos, or Differance and Chaosmos
169(44)
Nietzsche and the ``Battle of Giants Concerning Being''
169(1)
Becoming as Noumenon: Nietzsche Among the Neo-Kantians
170(6)
A Critique of the Neo-Kantian View
176(8)
Nietzsche, Becoming, Heraclitus
184(9)
Becoming and Nietzsche's Naturalism
193(3)
Becoming, Appearance, and Interpretation
196(8)
Chaos and Necessity
204(9)
Will to Power: The De-Deification of Nature
213(34)
The Problem of Will to Power
213(1)
Will to Power and Nietzsche's Naturalism
214(25)
Will to Power and Interpretation
239(8)
Bibliography 247(14)
Concordance: Nietzsche's Nachgelassene Fragmente 261(4)
Index 265

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