Ed. by Häfner, Ralph / Kaufmann, Sebastian / Sommer, Andreas Urs
Aims and Scope
Nietzsche is regarded as a “poet-philosopher”, whose work resists the conventional distinction between literature and philosophy. For this reason, it is difficult to locate consistent philosophical positions in his work. In an exemplary series of essays, the volume explores Nietzsche’s relationship with literature and literature’s relationship with Nietzsche, opening up new pathways for understanding his thought.
- Approx. 336 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Nietzsche; Literature; Literariness