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These fifteen essays deal with Nietzsche's view of various aspects of classical antiquity as compared to those of Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Dante, Voltaire, Winkelmann, Hamann, Goethe, Schiller, Heine, Byron, the fin de siècle Decadents and others. An introductory essay by classical scholar H. Lloyd-Jones plus two essays on Nietzsche's aesthetics by W. Kaufmann and K. Weinberg round out the contributions by M. L. Baeumer, E. Biser, M. Boulby, S. L. Gilman, P. Heller, R. M. Helm, M. Hester, R. S. Fraser, J. C. O'Flaherty, H. Rehder, K. Schlechta, and H. Wingler.

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  1. Half-title
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  1. Series note
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  1. Title Page
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  1. Copyright
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  1. Acknowledgement
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  1. Introduction
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  1. Key to Abbreviations
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  1. I Nietzsche and the Study of the Ancient World
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  1. II Plato in the Thought of Nietzsche and Augustine
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  1. III Aristotle in the Thought of Nietzsche and Thomas Aquinas
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  1. IV Between Inferno and Purgatorio: Thoughts on a Structural Comparison of Nietzsche with Dante
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  1. V The Structure of Tragedy and the Art of Painting
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  1. VI The Impact of Ancient Greece and of French Classicism on Nietzsche’s Concept of Tragedy
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  1. VII Nietzsche in His Relation to Voltaire and Rousseau
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  1. VIII Socrates in Hamann’s Socratic Memorabilia and Nietzsche’s Birth of Tragedy
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  1. IX The German “Classicist” Goethe as Reflected in Nietzsche’s Works
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  1. X The Reluctant Disciple: Nietzsche and Schiller
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  1. XI Nietzsche and the Tradition of the Dionysian
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  1. XII Nietzsche, Byron, and the Classical Tradition
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  1. XIII Parody and Parallel: Heine, Nietzsche, and the Classical World
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  1. XIV Nietzsche and the Finis Latinorum
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  1. XV Nietzsche and the Death of Tragedy: A Critique
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  1. About the Authors
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  1. Index
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781469658100
Related ISBN
9781469658094
MARC Record
OCLC
1157984351
Launched on MUSE
2020-06-15
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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