Nietzsche

Nietzschean conversations

James Joyce and the word ‘Yes’ (August 20, 2011)
Joyce and Nietzsche, take 2 (August 22, 2011)
Tolstoy contra Nietzsche (September 08, 2011)
Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass, and also Nietzsche, because (August 16, 2012)
The Eternal Recurrence in Tarkovsky’s The Sacrifice (February 27, 2013)
Ineffable virtue, gift-giving virtue (May 03, 2013)
Staten, Nietzsche, Emerson (August 24, 2013)
Doubt and Climate (September 07, 2013)
Scientific and analogical history (November 09, 2013)
The Philosophy of Experiment (November 26, 2013)
Skepticism at the margins V: On the possibility of pure zoomorphism (December 02, 2013)
On the value of poetic philosophy (January 02, 2014)
Self and circumstance (April 26, 2014)

Nietzschean Experimentations

Nietzsche’s Platonism (September 06, 2011) [Daybreak]
Nietzsche’s Platonism II (March 19, 2013) [Thus Spoke Zarathustra; Beyond Good and Evil; Twilight of the Idols]
Nietzsche’s boasts and Socrates’ irony (March 29, 2013) [Thus Spoke Zarathustra]
Why must Nietzsche’s virtue be ineffable (May 02, 2013) [Thus Spoke Zarathustra]
Nietzsche’s people (August 04, 2013) [The Anti-Christ]
Nietzsche’s people II (August 06, 2013) [Human, All too Human; The Anti-Christ]
Lingering questions regarding Nietzsche’s The Anti-Christ (August 07, 2013) [The Anti-Christ]
Reflections on Staten’s Nietzsche’s Voice (August 21, 2013) [Human, All too Human; Thus Spoke Zarathustra; Twilight of the Idols; The Anti-Christ]
An impossible argument in Nietzsche’s Untimely Meditations (November 09, 2013) [Untimely Meditations]
Nietzsche at Sea (November 10, 2013) [“On Truth and Lying in a Nonmoral Sense”; Untimely Meditations]
Daybreak meditation, §32 (December 04, 2013) [Daybreak]
Daybreak meditation, §35 (January 07, 2014) [Daybreak]
Daybreak meditation, §103 (April 03, 2014) [Daybreak]

Nietzschean Translations

Nietzsche’s boat (November 12, 2013) [a passage from “On Truth and Lying in a Nonmoral Sense”]
Aus hohen Bergen (July 19, 2014) [the poem that closes Beyond Good and Evil]

  1. Selba
    2016/12/05 at 11:40

    Best Dyssebeia

    I am writing an essay on Nietzsche an I would like to quote some of your ideas. I am having trouble finding the proper way to do it, as I cant find your personal name anywhere. How should i refer to your articles?
    Thank you very much

    Regards

    Selba

    • 2016/12/06 at 11:28

      Hi Selba,

      First, I am flattered that you would find my ideas interesting enough to quote. I do suggest that, for most contexts, citing me is not the best idea, since I am not a Nietzsche scholar, just an interested amateur. But if you do still wish to cite me, I would just do what it says here: http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html (search “blog entry or comment”).

      You shouldn’t need my name; the name of the blog and the link to the post(s) should be enough. Hope this helps.

      (Despite the change in wordpress username, I am the person who ran this blog, long ago.)

      -ff

    • Selba
      2016/12/07 at 16:30

      Great!
      Thank you very much
      Regards

      Selba

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