Nietzsche and Phenomenology

Nietzsche and Phenomenology : Power, Life, Subjectivity

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What are the challenges that Nietzsche's philosophy poses for contemporary phenomenology? Elodie Boublil, Christine Daigle, and an international group of scholars take Nietzsche in new directions and shed light on the sources of phenomenological method in Nietzsche, echoes and influences of Nietzsche within modern phenomenology, and connections between Nietzsche, phenomenology, and ethics. Nietzsche and Phenomenology offers a historical and systematic reconsideration of the scope of Nietzsche's thought.show more

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  • Book | 312 pages
  • 157.48 x 231.14 x 27.94mm | 612.35g
  • Indiana University Press
  • Bloomington, IN, United States
  • English
  • 0253009251
  • 9780253009258

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"Investigates the relation between the thought of Nietzsche and the philosophical movement of phenomenology and how it can renew contemporary debates." -Francois Raffoul, Louisiana State University "This set of stimulating and provocative essays opens up a variety of conversations between Nietzsche and phenomenology. Questions of perspectivism, consciousness, appearance, embodiment, and philosophical method are illuminated in new ways." -Gary Shapiro, University of Richmond "[A] highly useful and intriguing volume for anyone interested in the connections between Nietzsche's philosophy and various aspects of phenomenology... [This book is] a uniquely valuable contribution to both Nietzsche scholarship and phenomenological studies because it covers a previous lacuna that should have been under investigation a long time ago." -Journal of Nietzsche Studiesshow more

About Elodie Boublil

Elodie Boublil is a Ph.D. candidate in philosophy at McGill University.Christine Daigle is Professor of Philosophy and Chancellor's Chair for Research Excellence at Brock University. She is editor (with Jacob Golomb) of Beauvoir and Sartre: The Riddle of Influence (IUP, 2009).show more

Table of contents

Introduction Elodie Boublil and Christine DaiglePart I. Life and Intentionality1. Husserl and NietzscheRudolf Boehm, Translation by Elodie Boublil and Christine Daigle2. The Intentional Encounter with `the World"Christine Daigle3. On Nietzsche's Genealogy and Husserl's Genetic Phenomenology: The Case of Suffering Saulius Geniusas4. Live Free or Battle: Subjectivity for Nietzsche and HusserlKristen Brown Golden5. Giants Battle Anew: Nihilism's Self-Overcoming in Europe and Asia (Nietzsche, Heidegger, Nishitani)Francoise Bonardel, Translated by Ron RossPart II. Power and Expression6. Fink, Reading Nietzsche: On Overcoming MetaphysicsFrancoise Dastur, Translated by Ron Ross7. Nietzsche's Performative Phenomenology: Philology and Music Babette Babich8. Of the Vision and the Riddle: From Nietzsche to PhenomenologyElodie Boublil9. The "Biology" To Come? Encounter between Husserl, Nietzsche and Some ContemporariesBettina Bergo10. Originary Dehiscence: An Invitation to Explore the Resonances Between the Philosophies of Nietzsche and Merleau-PontyFrank Chouraqui11. Nietzsche and Merleau-Ponty: Art, Sacred Life, and Phenomenology of FleshGalen A. JohnsonPart III. Subjectivity in the World12. The Philosophy of the Morning: Philosophy and Phenomenology in Nietzsche's DawnKeith Ansell-Pearson13. Appearance and Values: Nietzsche and an Ethics of LifeLawrence J. Hatab14. The Object of PhenomenologyDidier Franck, Translated by Bettina Bergo15. Beyond PhenomenologyDidier Franck, Translated by Bettina Bergo ContributorsIndexshow more