Nietzsches Genialität der Gerechtigkeit
[Nietzsche's Brilliance of Justice]
Aims and Scope
The phrase “Brilliance of Justice” originated from Nietzsche, who admittedly valued this form of brilliance at least as much as all others. Unexpectedly, Nietzsche was neglected by the field of legal philosophy even though he regarded legal philosophy as especially challenging. The author examines Nietzsche’s numerous observations on justice, beginning with his earliest work on aphorisms and the Zoroaster and includes his posthumous writings and then relates these to his statements on law.
- xiii, 251 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Justice; Nietzsche, Friedrich
- Scholars, Students, Academic Departments, Libraries
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"Dem interessierten Leser hat Petersens Studie somit allemal einige Schneisen ins aphoristische Dickicht des tragischen Philosophen geschlagen."
Hendrik Wallat in: Rote Ruhr Uni 4/2009