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Author: Irving M. Zeitlin
ISBN: 0442095619
Language: English
Pages: 200 pages
Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Inc.,U.S. (December 1967)
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33. Victor M. Perez-Diaz, State, Bureaucracy and Civil Society: A Critical Discussion of the Political Theory of Karl Marx (London: Macmillan Publishers, 1978), p. 70. A sure-footed and sometimes brilliant contribution of great promise. Perez-Diaz may be in the process of creating a left functionalism.

In this book Irving Zeitlin re-examines the work of this important philosopher and considers how we should assess Nietzsche's claims today. Nietzsche: A Re-Examination. In this book Irving Zeitlin re-examines the work of this important philosopher and considers how we should assess Nietzsche's claims today. Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm. Nietzsche's Brave New World of Force: On Nietzsche's 1873 "Time Atom Theory" Fragment and the Matter of Boscovich's Influence on Nietzsche. Keith Ansell Pearson - 2000 - Journal of Nietzsche Studies 20:5-33. Leo Strauss and Nietzsche.

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Irving M. Zeitlin has cogently argued in Nietzsche: A Re-examination (Polity, 1994) that crucial . Zeitlin has cogently argued in Nietzsche: A Re-examination (Polity, 1994) that crucial components of Nietzsche's thought justify the reign of the strong over the weak, even if he eschews anti-Semitism per se. Given the "death of God," Nietzsche rejected any transcendently warranted system of ethics. Zeitlin finds Nietzsche's nihilistic megalomania presaged in Dostoevsky's atheistic criminal, Raskolnikov from Crime and Punishment, who strikes out "beyond good and evil" by murdering an old misery woman he deems worthless.

In this book Irving Zeitlin re-examines the work of this important philosopher and considers how we should assess Nietzsche's claims today.