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Reading Nietzsche's Genealogy999
Christopher Janaway presents a full commentary on Nietzsche's most studied work, On the Genealogy of Morality, and combines close reading of key passages with an exploration of Nietzsche's wider aims. Unlike other books on Nietzsche, Beyond Selflessness situates Nietzsche against the work of thinkers he considers his opponents, Schopenhauer and Paul Re; emphasises the significance of Nietzsche's rhetorical methods as an instrument of
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persuasion; and examines recent analytical readings of Nietzsche as a philosophical naturalist. Everyone who works on Nietzsche will find this a richly rewarding book.
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Robert Wicks, The Philosophical Quarterly Vol 62 No 244 July 2011 ...an intellectually rewarding book, well written and well argued.
Taylor Carman, Times Literary Supplement a superb study.. Janaway consistently offers fresh insights and nuanced observations about the text, its structure, the motives behind its composition, its argument and its philosophical methods, or rather tactics.
Taylor Carman TLS Janaway consistently offers fresh insights and nuanced observations about the text, its structure, the motives behind its composition, its arguement and its philosophical methods.
Brian Leiter, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews intelligent and illuminating...a valuable resource for Nietzsche scholars...there are ample rewards in terms of intelligent and discerning exposition of difficult passages, lucid placing of themes and arguments in historical context, and a rich and sympathetic appreciation of Nietzsche's style, both as a therapeutic tool and for the philosophical assumptions that underlie it.
A Note on Translations and Abbreviations; 1. Nietzsche's aims and targets; 2. Reading Nietzsche's Preface; 3. Naturalism and genealogy; 4. Selflessness: the struggle with Schopenhauer; 5. Nietzsche and Paul Ree on the origin of moral feelings; 6. Good and evil: Nietzsche's artistic revaluation; 7. Free will, autonomy, and the sovereign individual; 8. Guilt, bad conscience, and self-punishment; 9. Will to power in the Genealogy; 10. Nietzsche's illustration of the art of exegesis; 11. Disinterestedness and objectivity; 12. Perspectival knowing and the affects; 13. The ascetic ideal, meaning, and truth; 14. Beyond selflessness; Bibliography; Index