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index Adorno, Theodor, 73, 216 aesthetics: D’Annunzio’s politics and, 246; morality, replacement of by, 267–68; nihilism and, 263–64; reality and, 265; self-objectivization and, 275; of war and technology, 277–80 Andréas-Salome, Lou, 110 Ansell-Pearson, Keith, 15n8, 97 Antichrist, The (Nietzsche): Christianity and Nietzsche’s view of the Jews, 116– 20, 154–58, 162–63, 167n48, 191n13; extermination of the weak and sick, 312; Jews, views of, 109–11, 113; slave revolt in morality, 125n5 Antisemitic Correspondence (Fritsch), 147–48 anti-Semitism: Förster-Nietzsche’s (see Förster-Nietzsche, Elisabeth); as impetus for interest in the Jews, 111–14; Nietzsche’s, 7, 60, 118–19, 127–28, 149, 158, 225; Nietzsche’s anti-antiSemitism , 6, 69, 108, 111–14, 132–34, 137–38, 146–48, 151–53, 164, 179, 224, 226, 306–8; power and, 31; Wagner ’s (see Wagner, Richard). See also Jews; race Arbeiter, Der (Jünger), 270, 280–86 archaeology, metaphor of, 281–82 aristocracy: advocacy of politics of, 92; D’Annunzio on, 240–41; Mussolini and, 252; natural inequality and elitist rule, 55–57, 153–54; natural order of, 121; order of rank, 102–3, 197–98, 210; others, attitude towards, 97; right to rule of the, 3. See also evil heroes; inequality ; nobility asceticism, 27–29 Aschheim, Steven, 9, 58, 169n74, 215, 301–2, 317n10 Augier, M., 286 autonomy, heteronomy, distinguished from, 30–31 Aveux de l’Ingrat (D’Annunzio), 244 Barthel, Ernst, 199 Bataille, Georges, 6, 162, 169n72 Bäumler, Alfred: anti-anti-Semitism of Nietzsche, 307; appropriation of Nietzsche for Nazis, 5, 42n1, 43–44n14, 147, 215, 293–95; interpretation of Nietzsche compared to that of Lukács, 84–85; mythical language, use of, 282; nationalist interpretation of Nietzsche, 59; and the Nietzsche-Hölderlin nexus, 200, 202; Nietzsche’s disappointment at reception in Germany, 69; racial interpretation of Nietzsche, 46n36; the Reich, Nietzsche’s denunciation of, 309; scholarly credentials of, 293; will to power, ideas of, 293 Bayreuth Festival. See Wagner, Richard Bebel, August, 307 Beck, Lewis White, 293 Benjamin, Walter, 161, 242 Benn, Gottfried, 161–62 Berdyczewski, Micha Josef, 161 Bergmann, Peter, 190–91n5, 309–10 Berkowitz, Peter, 16n8 Bertram, Ernst, 208 Beyond Good and Evil (Nietzsche): aristocracy , 92; caves of the hermitphilosopher , 82; democracy, 296; free spirits, affiliation with, 78–79; future philosophers, commanding and legislating authority of, 80; Germans and Jews, 151; Gods as philosophers, 88n43; Jews, role in European development, 178; Jews, views of, 108, 156–57, 160; Mussolini’s reading of, 248; nobility, expression of, 94; slave revolt in morality, 125n5, 167n47; types of morality, 36 Birth of Tragedy, The (Nietzsche): aftermath of publication, 225–26; Dionysian , presentation of, 41, 77, 87n33; nihilism, 112; overcoming of positions in, 128; romantic nationalism, subsequent repudiation of, 310; the tragic hero, 92; Wagner in, 69, 128, 137, 150 Bismark, Otto Eduard Leopold von, 11, 175, 177 Bizet, Georges, 130, 150 Blanchot, Maurice, 74 334 䡲 index Bloch, Ernst, 73, 268–69 Böckmann, Paul, 204 Brandes, Georg, 55–56, 152 Brinker, Menahem, 6, 9 Brinton, Crane, 10, 216, 295 brutality. See violence Buber, Martin, 161 Burckhardt, Jacob, 127, 133, 148 Cambridge Companion to Nietzsche, 220 Camus, Albert, 62, 71, 286 Cancik, Hubert, 194n28 Carlini, Armando, 257 Carta del Carnaro, 245–46 Case of Wagner, The (Nietzsche), 153, 240, 311–12 Cerff, Karl, 201 Chamberlain, Houston Stewart, 308 Christianity: battle against as revaluation of values, 87–88n37; critique of, 237–39; decadence and, 119; Hitler on, 163; Hitler’s view of Paul, 163; Mussolini and, 248–49, 261n39; negative power and, 33–34; Nietzsche’s view of Jesus, 114– 20, 155–56, 168n49; Nietzsche’s view of Paul, 116–17, 154, 162; “priestly” Judaism and, 134–35, 154–55; rejection of and Nietzsche’s view of the Jews, 6, 111– 14, 154–64; rise and decay of, 177–78; as slave revolt, 38, 154–55. See also God Cohen, Morris. See Brandes, Georg Cohn, Paul, 229 Colli, Giorgio, 222, 291 Concerning Nietzsche’s Demise (Cohn), 229 Conway, Daniel, 15n8 cosmology, will to power and, 23–24 Crane, Hart, 196 Critique of Pure Reason (Kant), 68 culture: politics of, 11; of powerful individuals , 35; rejection of German, 149 (see also Germany and Germans); the state and, 177, 238; technology and, 279–80 D’Annunzio, Gabriele, 3, 235–36, 239– 46, 250, 256 Darwin, Charles, 57, 248 Dawn, The (Nietzsche), 296 Daybreak (Nietzsche), 21, 45n32, 108, 142n9, 159 De Ambris, Alceste, 245 De Begnac, Yvon...

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