Genealogia della morale. Uno scritto polemico Zur Genealogie der Moral. Here at Walmart. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason.
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In quanto tale, con tutte le sue contraddizioni e dolorose tensioni, la "Genealogia della morale" rimane un saggio prezioso. Of all the books by or about Nietzsche, I think this particular edition of the Genealogy would be the best place for the novice to start.
The introduction by Clark a very well regraded Nietzsche scholar is excellent and provides a workable framework for interpreting a text and an author that can often be difficult to decipher. The scholarly apparatus is exhaustive; the editors provide end notes that cover nearly every page in the original text and help the reader to make sense of Nietzsche's sometimes unclear allusions and provide voluminous biographic and bibliographic detail covering both Nietzsche and the interlocutors he mentions in the text as well as a few he merely alludes to.
These views have been highly influential although not among philosophers as such over the past century and anyone that wishes to understand the course and trajectory of 20th century thought should be aware of them.
Nietzsche is a master stylist, so the reading is fun as well as thought provoking. Of course, the central question, considering Nietzsche qua philosopher, is this: Does Nietzsche get thing right?
I think it's pretty clear that the answer is "no". Although his castigation of scientific atheism as an extension perhaps the highest extension of religious asceticism shows depth and brilliance, he doesn't ever give us any solid arguments for thinking that truth itself hinges on particular standards of evaluation. Nietzsche seems to me to be skeptical of the idea of truth as correspondence the standard view because it situates truth outside of life.
It makes truth something that transcends individual human beings. Perhaps this is true, and given Nietzsche's rejection of any and all transcendent things it makes sense that he'd want to reject truth conceived of in this way. What isn't clear is that he CAN do this, that is, that his view is warranted. The fact that the correspondence of theory of truth has implications that Nietzsche finds repulsive is no reason for thinking that it's false. Furthermore, without some notion of truth as correspondence, it's not clear that his earlier critique of moral concepts has any real bite.
If you liked what he did to God, you'll love Nietzsche's take on morality. The rich invented "good" and "bad" because they never suffered, and the poor and downtrodden invented "good" and "evil" because they needed a concept for the really horrible things that happened to them.
Nietzche tries to unscientifically trace the evolution of morality. Reall fun. Being three essays in which the great prophet of atheism discusses the origins of morality, particularly Christian morality, in human psychology, contrasting an asceticism which attempts to appeal to a mass mind to older, pagan mentalities which the author considers superior.
As always with Nietzsche, the book is full of insights which are expressed in colorful and dramatic language. The book is jumpy, though, and extremely esoteric. It often seems that no two paragraphs have the least connection with each other, which is somewhat typical of Nietzsche's rambling later books.
A book of 3 essays. Almost stopped reading after introduction. Then again half way through first essay. Found a few statements interesting in first 2 essays. Found third essay a bit more interesting. Neitzsche mentions becoming more Chinese. Also shutting down animal aspects of humans and hibernating, internalizing instincts. I wonder how Nietzsche exercised. Here at Walmart. Your email address will never be sold or distributed to a third party for any reason.
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La Genealogia della morale. Letture e interpretazioni
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