By Nietzsche, Friedrich; Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm; Santaniello, Weaver; Nietzsche, Friedrich
Combining biography and a cautious research of Nietzsche's writings from 1844-1900, this publication explores Nietzsche's critique of Christianity, Judaism, and antisemitism. the 1st a part of the ebook is anxious with mental elements and biographical components. half specializes in the moral and political facets of Nietzsche's perspectives as provided in his mature writings: Thus Spoke Zarathustra, towards the family tree of Morals, and the Antichrist.
"The chronological technique enlightens Nietzsche's constructing perspectives towards Jews. The thus far missed topic of Jewish-Christian family in nineteenth-century Germany in connection with Nietzsche's idea is illuminated and curiously mentioned. the subject is essential for Nietzsche reviews and critical for figuring out the highbrow, political, and historic different types that pre-existed in Germany within the 19th century." -- Jacob Golomb, The Hebrew college of Jerusalem
"The existential-vital appropriation of Nietzsche's paintings is a fascinating and a fresh substitute to many modern analyses of Nietzsc he. The booklet strains many of the roots of twentieth-century German philosophical connections with Nazism and responses to Judaism, a subject of a lot fresh curiosity, specially relating to Heidegger' s philosophy and politics. With the growth in Nietzsche scholarship during the last decade or so, this ebook is a so much great addition to the field." -- James P. Cadello, Regis college