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Philosophy Phenomenology

Nietzsche and Phenomenology

Power, Life, Subjectivity

edited by Élodie Boublil & Christine Daigle

contributions by Saulius Geniusas, Kristen B. Golden, Françoise Bonadrel, Françoise Dastur, Babette Babich, Bettina Bergo, Frank Chouraqui, Lawrence J. Hatab, Galen Johnson, Ron Ross & Keith Ansell-Pearson

Indiana University Press
Initial publish date
Jun 2013
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What are the challenges that Nietzsche's philosophy poses for contemporary phenomenology? Elodie Boublil, Christine Daigle, and an international group of scholars take Nietzsche in new directions and shed light on the sources of phenomenological method in Nietzsche, echoes and influences of Nietzsche within modern phenomenology, and connections between Nietzsche, phenomenology, and ethics. Nietzsche and Phenomenology offers a historical and systematic reconsideration of the scope of Nietzsche's thought.

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Christine Daigle is assistant professor, philosophy, Brock University and author of Le nihilisme est-il un humanisme? Étude sur Nietzsche et Sartre.

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Bettina Bergo is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Montréal and the author of Levinas: Between Ethics and Politics. The most recent of her many translations is, with Michael B. Smith, Judeities: Questions for Jacques Derrida (Fordham).

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Editorial Reviews

[A] highly useful and intriguing volume for anyone interested in the connections between Nietzsche's philosophy and various aspects of phenomenology. . . [This book is] a uniquely valuable contribution to both Nietzsche scholarship and phenomenological studies because it covers a previous lacuna that should have been under investigation a long time ago.45.3 Autumn 2014

Journal of Nietzsche Studies

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