Interpretation of Nietzsche's Second Untimely Meditation
- Hardback | 328 pages
- 152 x 229 x 22.35mm | 39g
- 12 Sep 2016
- Indiana University Press
- Bloomington, IN, United States
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Table of contents
A. Preliminary Remarks
1. Remarks Preliminary to the Exercises
3. The Appearance of our Endeavours
B. Section I. Structure. Preparation and Preview of the Guiding Question.
4. Historiology--The Historical
On the Unhistorical/Supra-historical and the Relation to Both
5. Section I. 1
6. Section I. 2
7. Section I
9. The Determination of the Essence of the Human Being on the Basis of Animality
and the Dividing Line between Animal and Human Being
10. Nietzsche's Procedure. On the Determination of the Historical
from the Perspective of Forgetting and Remembering
11. `Forgetting'--`Remembering'. The Question of `Historiology' as the
Question of the `Human Being'. The Course of our Inquiry. One Path among Others.
12. Questions Relating to Section I
14. Nietzsche on Forgetting
15. `Forgetting' and `Remembering'
16. Historiology and `the' Human Being
17. `The Human Being'. `Culture'. The `People' and `Genius'
18. Culture--Non-Culture, Barbarism
19. Human Being and Culture and the People
20. Nietzsche's Concept of `Culture'
21. The Formally General Notion of `Culture'. `Culture' and `Art'
22. `The' Human Being and a Culture--a `People'
23. `Art' (and Culture)
24. Genius in Schopenhauer
25. The People and Great Individuals
26. Great Individuals as the Goal of `Culture', of the People, of Humanity
27. `Worldview' and Philosophy
C. Section II. The Three Modes of Historiology 1. Monumental Historiology
28. The Question of the Essence of `the Historical',
i.e. of the Essence of Historiology
29. Section II. Structure (7 Paragraphs)
D. Section III
30. The Essence of Antiquarian Historiology
31. Critical Historiology
E. Nietzsche's Three Modes of Historiology and the Question of Historical Truth
About Martin Heidegger
Mark Sinclair is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Manchester Metropolitan University and Associate Editor at the British Journal for the History of Philosophy. He is author of Heidegger, Aristotle and the Work of Art.