Nietzsche. Biographie seines Denkens

Wie Kein Zweiter Hat Nietzsche Unser Denken Beeinflusst Zu Seinem 100 Todestag Legt R Diger Safranski Etwas Vor, Was Es Bisher Noch Nicht Gegeben Hat Eine Biographie Von Nietzsches Denken Eines Denkens, Das Existentiell Ist, Weil Es Um Die Gestaltung Des Eigenen Lebens Geht, Das Experimentell Ist, Weil Darin Die Ganze Erkenntnis Und Moraltradition Auf Den Pr Fstand Gestellt Wird, Und Das Exemplarisch Ist In Seinen Antworten Auf Das Problem Des Nihilismus Ein Au Ergew Hnliches Buch, Das Die Abenteuer Dieses Denkens Erz Hlt Und Zugleich Die Bilanz Seiner Wirkungen Zieht R Diger Safranski Erh Lt Am 25 August 2000 Den Friedrich Nietzsche Preis Des Landes Sachsen Anhalt.Nietzsche. Biographie seines Denkens

R diger Safranski is a German literary scientist and author He has been a professor of philosophy and the humanities at the Free University of Berlin since 2012.

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  • Hardcover
  • 397 pages
  • Nietzsche. Biographie seines Denkens
  • Rüdiger Safranski
  • German
  • 17 May 2017
  • 9783877630396

10 thoughts on “Nietzsche. Biographie seines Denkens

  1. says:

    A biography with clear cut pros and cons Here is a brief enumeration of both Pros 1 Great introductory biography for those unfamiliar with Nietzsche s life and writings Safranski outlines Nietzsche s thought in clear, elegant prose requiring little previous philosophical background to understand.2 Stays focused on Nietzsche s philosophy and doesn t get sucked into the petty details of his life or those of the age he lived in.3 Lacks any glaring distortions of Nietzsche s philosophy Acknowledges shortcomings in Nietzsche s thought and how they led his sullied reputation during the post war period.Cons 1 The last chapter is a complete disaster Aside from almost plagiarizing the work of Aschheim, the topic is too large to be covered in one chapter By taking on too much material, the final chapter lacks focus and ends the book on a low note.2 His apologetic treatment of Martin Heidegger in the final chapter Safranski refuses to acknowledge the controversy that has arisen from Heidegger s appropriation of Nietzsche during World War II I understand that Safranski has written a biography of Heidegger and likely believes Heidegger has been unfairly condemned for his flirtations with Nazism, but he should have acknowledged the controversy.3 I would have liked comparison between philosophical works There are a few compariso...

  2. says:

    Nietzsche is one of those philosophers that you don t just pick up and read and digest and move on Really you have to wrestle with his ideas over the course of your life The young and ambitious are attracted to his ideas about rebellion I think most people, at some point in their lives, view themselves as exceptional while the older and experienced readers might be attracted to some of the of the cynical side of N s writing This biography illuminates some of his difficult or obtuse concepts, but I think Nietzsche really defies easy summarizing Because he can be very indirect but also one of the most literary and poetic of philosophers , you really have to kind of immerse yourself in his worldview to come out with a coherent set of ideas That kind of immersion is impossible with this kin...

  3. says:

    It is absolutely unnecessary and not even desirable for you to argue in my favour on the contrary, a dose of curiosity, as if you were looking at an alien planet with ironic distance, would strike me as an incomparably intelligent attitude towards me This philosophical biography provides a thoughtful, chronological overview of the key ideas contained in Nietzsche s writings, taking each book in turn, but I would hesitate to respond by offering a review of Nietzsche He himself, when he considered producing a comprehensive statement of his philosophy in a major work to be entitled The Will to Power, had the insight that this would be redundant, since he had already published all that required saying and provided his own key in the form of a new preface for each book, which he wrote in 1886 for a new publisher I am not convinced that all that work can be condensed into one volume or that it can be conveyed in calm prose The book does suggest that Nietzsche s ideas are intelligible and coherent, and gives a flavour of his style, so that there is no reason to be deterred from turning to the original works It is not a substitute for reading what Niet...

  4. says:

    Keine Biographie des wunderlichen Lebens dieses gnadenlosen Denkers, sondern eine Geschichte der Entwicklung seines Denkens Nicht ganz eing ngig geschrieben, kein Wunder bei der Komplexit t des Gegenstandes, jedoch durchaus klar erl uternd, was Nietzsche will, woher er kommt und w...

  5. says:

    I first encountered Friedrich Nietzsche in my freshman year at Kenyon College, when my introductory political science class read his Beyond Good and Evil It was fascinating and challenging, and though I understood the gist of it, there were plenty of aspects of it that went over my head During my junior year, I abruptly dropped my music major I picked it up again the next year and took two classes that finally weren t either English or music courses computer programming and a political science seminar devoted to Nietzsche We began with his On the Genealogy of Morals, which was a fascinating and subversive look at the origins of conventional morality From here, we moved on to Nietzsche s literary exposition of his philosophy, Thus Spoke Zarathustra It was absolutely fascinating, both in its ideas and the style of Nietzsche as translated by Walter Kauffman, and both of these aspects had an influence on me.A couple years ago, while shopping for gifts, I came across this volume and thought it sounded interesting Well, it was Take note of the subtitle a philosophical biography The emphasis is on philosophical, not on biography...

  6. says:

    Elaborate review of Nietzsche s thought development Correlates his thinking with many of his predecessors mostly ancient Greek philosophers like Heraclitus and Socrates, and enlightenment guys like Kant and Spinoza , temporaries Hegel, Schopenhauer, Max Stirner, Wagner, Strauss , and successors Freud, Heidegger, Foucault, but no Husserl or Sartre Safranski uses a chronological order in which themes are very frequently repeated and much of the inconsistencies within Nietzsche s work come forward Sometimes Safranski steps in to elucidate these, but to my taste not frequently enough Nietzsche and other writers are cited all the time.Like the title says, it is a philosophical biography focusing on the thoughts and intellectual works of Nietzsche Spicy and concrete details are mostly lacking, which I consider a good thing Curious in this regard is the authors speculative suggestion, late in the book, that Nietzsche may have been raped as a child and may have harbored homosexual feelings This is mentioned along the way without further elaboration Very curious indeed.The writing is pleasant and offers some sublime clarifications of Nietzsche s vague writings E.g the concept of the bermensch is in my opinion finely e...

  7. says:

    Profundiza bastante en el pensamiento de Nietzsche, haciendo uso de material como escritos p stumos, diarios y cartas Me encant.

  8. says:

    Safranski es un gran bi grafo y un ensayista desafortunado Su Nietzsche se encuentra m s cerca del lado de la biograf a, aunque desde el t tulo advierte que hace un relato biogr fico de su pensamiento El resultado es incre ble muestra los libros de Nietzsche y los relaciona todo el tiempo con sus desafortunados andares mejor homenaje no puede existir Eso coloca al libro en una situaci n extra a puede ser introductorio para unos, para otros un repaso en el que se muestran algunas vetas antes ignoradas El nico pero que podr a antepon rsele a Safranski es que prefiere ahondar en los libros tempranos de Nietzsche y el Zaratustra, pasando como si no le interesara o fuese a terminar su beca sobre los libros mas crueles el Anticristo, M s all del bien y del mal y la Genealog a Otro pero es el ltimo cap tulo en el que da rienda suelta a su vena de novelista y solo hace un ca tico collage de autores europeos del siglo XX influenciados por Nietzsche Soy un entusi...

  9. says:

    Nietzsche Biograf a de su pensamiento , es, en esencia, un viaje Es dejarse llevar por mares turbulentos, por el verdadero mundo, lo monstruoso Las valquirias, en su caminar, nos acompa an en nuestro af n de b squeda Atravesamos el espacio y el tiempo, y conversamos con S crates, discuti ndole sus ideas Seguimos, como por encanto, hasta Marx, con quien tomamos un caf A Schopenhauer lo vemos a lo lejos, construyendo la representaci n de la voluntad y sin embargo, con ninguno nos quedamos La brisa, el oleaje, las valquirias, los pensadores todo es pasajero Por fin vemos tierra, y all , vemos a un hombre desnudo Qu hace all sentado, sobre la arena hirviente Por qu hay una sonrisa en su rostro Nos acercamos t midamente a l, y le preguntamos qui n es El superhombre , contesta Caminamos de un lado para otro en la arena, subimos a una roca, y ante un rayo de sol, lo...

  10. says:

    I read this for two reasons one, because the author wrote a philosophical biography of Schopenhauer which I really liked two, to prepare for my Nietzsche class next semester I was expecting to like this as much as Safranski s other book However, I found this book lacking Although it focuses on the philosophy rather ...

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