How Did Nietzsche Become the Most Misunderstood & Bastardized Philosopher?: A Video from Slate Explains. Via Open Culture

How Did Nietzsche Become the Most Misunderstood & Bastardized Philosopher?: A Video from Slate Explains

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Albert Camus on Nietzsche at Conference at Uppsala University, Sweden (December 14, 1957): "It is said that Nietzsche after the break with Lou Salome, in a period of complete solitude, crushed and uplifted at the same time by the perspective of the huge work he had to carry on without any help, used to walk at night on the mountains overlooking the gulf of Genoa and light great bonfires of...
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This February, the OUP Philosophy team honors Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844-1900) as their Philosopher of the Month.

Philosopher of the month: Friedrich Nietzsche

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How Martin Luther King, Jr. Used Hegel, Immanuel Kant & Friedrich Nietzsche to Overturn Segregation in America. via Open Culture

How Martin Luther King, Jr. Used Hegel, Kant & Nietzsche to Overturn Segregation in America

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"For the New Year. I still live, I still think; I must still live, for I must still think. Sum, ergo cogito: cogito, ergo sum. Today everyone takes the liberty of expressing his wish and his favourite thought: well, I also mean to tell what I have wished for myself to day, and what thought first crossed my mind this year, a thought which ought to be the basis, the pledge and the sweetening...
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Friedrich Nietzsche’s 10 Rules for Writing with Style (1882). Via Open Culture.

Nietzsche's 10 Rules for Writing with Style (1882)

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"The more eyes, different eyes, we know how to bring to bear on one and the same matter, that much more complete will our 'concept' of this matter, our 'objectivity' be."
―from ON THE GENEALOGY OF MORALS (1887)
Friedrich Nietzsche was able to produce inspiring works in the the Palazzo Berlendis. It's in this Venezia, Italy-based abode that he penned Thus Spoke Zarathustra and lived between 1880 and 1887.

Stunning Home Once Belonged to Profound Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche

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The Daily Habits of Highly Productive Philosophers: Nietzsche, Marx & Immanuel Kant. Via Open Culture

The Daily Habits of Highly Productive Philosophers: Nietzsche, Marx & Immanuel Kant

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What Did Nietzsche Really Mean When He Wrote "God is Dead”? Via Open Culture

What Did Nietzsche Really Mean When He Wrote “God is Dead”?

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When Friedrich Nietzsche published The Birth of Tragedy in 1872, he was a largely unknown classical philologist at the University of Basel, where he had assumed a professorship at the extraordinarily young age of twenty-four. The book — which elicited venomous responses from the mainstream German ac...

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Gavin Jacobson considers the great philosopher’s plan for society as revealed in Nietzsche’s Great Politics by Hugo Drochon.

Friedrich Nietzsche, the conqueror with the iron hand

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Bettany Hughes traces the back story of three of history's most influential minds.

BBC Arts - Forward thinkers: How Marx, Nietzsche and Freud shaped the lives of millions - BBC

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Philosophy Prof Illustrates Nietzsche’s Zarathustra in the Style of Dr. Seuss. Via Open Culture.

Philosophy Prof Illustrates Nietzsche’s Zarathustra in the Style of Dr. Seuss

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Van Harvey on the metaphysical aspects of an anti-metaphysical philosophy.

Nietzsche and the Problem of Suffering | Philosophy Now

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A new biography does at least help rescue Nietzsche’s reputation from the pernicious meddling of his anti-Semitic sister.

Nothing Nazi about Nietzsche

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A reissued early work shows the German thinker’s anti-egalitarian attitude fully formed, writes Rob Doyle

Anti-Education, by Friedrich Nietzsche review: a colossus warms up to replace God

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In the Canadian Opera Company’s upcoming production in Toronto, the title role will be played by two rising international stars with quite diverging takes on the role

What Nietzsche’s love of Carmen can say about his hatred of women

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When Friedrich Nietzsche was offered a professorship in classical philology at the university of Basel in 1869 he was so…

Nietzsche's school jeremiad sounds oddly familiar

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