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Can Nietzsche be considered a thinker of media and mediation, as the German media theorist Friedrich Kittler declared in his influential book Gramophone, Film, Typewriter? Nietzsche was a truly transdisciplinary thinker, one who never fit into his own nineteenth-century surroundings and who recognized himself as a “herald and precursor” of the future, of our globally-reticulated digital present. Perhaps not since Kittler has there been a study — let alone an anthology — that re-assesses and re-evaluates Nietzsche’s thought in light of the technically mediated and machinic conditions of the human in the age of digital networks.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Half-Title Page, Support the Publisher
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  1. Copyright, Title Page, Dedication
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  1. 00. Nietzsche and Networks, Nietzschean Networks: The Digital Dionysus
  2. pp. 10-31
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  1. 01. Digital Alexandrians: Greek as Musical Code for Nietzsche and Kittler
  2. pp. 32-49
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  1. 02. The Internet as a Development from Descartes’ Res Cogitans: How to Render It Dionysian
  2. pp. 50-61
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  1. 03. Networked Nightmares: On Our Dionysian Post-Military Condition
  2. pp. 62-81
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  1. 04. A Philosophy of the Antichrist in the Time of the Anthropocenic Multitude: Preliminary Lexicon for the Conceptual Network
  2. pp. 82-95
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  1. 05. Occupying God’s Shadow: Nietzsche’s Eirōneia
  2. pp. 96-107
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  1. 06. Reading Nietz sche in the Wake of the 2008–9 War on Gaza
  2. pp. 108-131
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  1. 07. Nietzsche’s Amor Fati: Wishing and Willing in a Cybernetic Circuit
  2. pp. 132-143
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  1. 08. Outing the “It” that Thinks: On the Collapse of an Intellectual Ecosystem
  2. pp. 144-161
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  1. 09. All for Naught
  2. pp. 162-171
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  1. 10. A Horse is Being Beaten: On Nietzsche's "Equinimity"
  2. pp. 172-183
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  1. 11. The Rope-Dancer’s Fall: “Going Under” as Undergoing Nietz scheo-Simondonian Transindividuation
  2. pp. 184-195
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  1. 12. The Will to Obsolescence: Nietzsche, Code, and the Digital Present
  2. pp. 196-207
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  1. 13. Farmville, Eternal Recurrence, and the Will-to-Power-Ups
  2. pp. 208-217
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  1. 14. Aesthetic States of Frenzy: Nietzsche’s Aesthetic Palimpsest
  2. pp. 218-235
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  1. 15. “Philosophizing With a Scalpel”:
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  1. 16. “Nietzsche in Drag”: Thinking Technology through the Theater of Judith Butler
  2. pp. 250-286
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  1. Publication Data
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780692270790
MARC Record
OCLC
1178720819
Pages
286
Launched on MUSE
2020-07-28
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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