Kevin Hill writes: “Given Nietzsche’s elusiveness and suggestiveness, I think that trying to understand Nietzsche in terms of a list of
This commentary is part of The Atlas Society's 2000 online "CyberSeminar" entitled " Nietzsche and Objectivism ."...
In this post, I briefly note some of the more interesting points that struck my notice in the second and third essays of The Genealogy of
This commentary is part of The Atlas Society's 2000 online "CyberSeminar" entitled " Nietzsche and Objectivism ."..
All of the reviewers/commentators so far have taken for granted that Nietzsche upholds, or seeks to find, a moral code which he would accept
The following is a summary of Derrida’s thought as presented in Part I, Chapter 1, of his book Of Grammatology. This book is apparently the
In his outstanding review essay , Roger Donway makes several references to things’ identities being “artificial.” By this he seems to mean
To properly interpret [Michel] Foucault’s statements in The History of Sexuality: An Introduction ("HSI," Vintage Books, 1990; first publish