Art of Reading as a Way of Life : On Nietzsche's Truth
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Yayıncı Northwestern University Press ( 11 / 2009 ) ISBN 9780810126220 | 216 mm x 140 mm | İngilizce | 176 Sayfa | Türler Genel Felsefe
In "The Art of Reading as a Way of Life: On Nietzsche's Truth" Daniel T. O'Hara traces critically the current reception and translation of Nietzsche's corpus and then some of Nietzsche's boldest textual experiments in the art of reading as a way of life, including those in "The Birth of Tragedy", "The Gay Science", "Thus Spoke Zarathustra", "The Anti-Christ", and "Ecce Homo". The shape of this critical tracing begins, however, in the middle of his career with "The Gay Science" and moves on to "Thus Spoke Zarathustra", which Nietzsche believed was the central work of his life. It then revalues "Ecce Homo", Nietzsche's final autobiographical statement about his life and career, and concludes with a comparative analysis of two works from the beginning and end of that career: respectively, "The Birth of Tragedy" and "The Anti-Christ". O'Hara's highly original study, which uses Badiou's theory of the truth-event as a guide, will surely provoke larger conversations across many disciplines.