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Nietzsches Thought of Eternal Return (Current Continental Research)

Joan Stambaugh

Nietzsches Thought of Eternal Return (Current Continental Research)

by Joan Stambaugh

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Published by Univ Pr of Amer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modern Western philosophy, c 1600 to the present,
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm,
  • Philosophy,
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm,,
  • 19th century,
  • Contributions in concept of et,
  • 1844-1900,
  • Contributions in concept of eternal return,
  • Eternal reture,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9885259M
    ISBN 100819169110
    ISBN 109780819169112

      One notable exception is found in the work of Friedrich Nietzsche (–), a 19th-century German thinker who was known for his unconventional approach to philosophy. One of Nietzsche’s most famous ideas is that of eternal recurrence, which appears in the penultimate section of his book The Gay Science. Ads by: Memento Maxima Digital. Nietzsche often thought of his writings as struggles with nihilism, and apart from his critiques of religion, philosophy, and morality he developed original theses that have commanded attention, especially perspectivism, the will to power, eternal recurrence, and the superman.

      The idea of eternal recurrence is the logical outcome of a totally deterministic universe. If everything is caused, then, after every causal possibility has worked itself out, then the whole thing begins again, since there is no other option. Niet. In this study of Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Paul S. Loeb proposes a fresh account of the relation between the book's literary and philosophical aspects and argues that the book's narrative is designed to embody and exhibit the truth of eternal recurrence.

    Eternal Recurrence. An important doctrine (if you can call it that) buttressing Nietzsche’s life-affirming philosophy is that of “eternal recurrence” or “eternal return.” The idea is that time repeats itself over and over again with the same events. It’s not a new idea. 2 thoughts on “ Nietzsches Philosophy of the Eternal Recurrence of the Same by Karl Lowith ” Martial A. on at said: Eternal return is a theory that the universe and all existence and energy has been recurring, and will continue to recur, in a.


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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device by:   The boldness and succinct clarity of this book demands it restoration to the active booklist. Anyone who claims to "get" what Nietzsche's Eternal Return of the Same means, points to, indicates whatever it does without the kind of labor offered by Ms Stambaugh is a charlatan.5/5(1).

Nietzsche's Thought Of Eternal Return book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(4). Nietzsche's understanding of eternal return: eternity --Return: recurrence of the same --The same --Time and eternal return.

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Joan Stambaugh. Johns Hopkins University Press, - Cosmology - pages. 0 Reviews. Nietzsche suggests that the affirmation of the eternal return is possible only if one is willing and able to become well-adjusted to life and to oneself. To be well-adjusted, for Nietzsche, is to choose, wholeheartedly, what we think and where we find and create meaning.

[b]Significance of the Eternal Return in Nietzsche?s thought[/b] {Relation to the Ubermensch} The relationship between the Ubermensch and eternal return is mentioned explicitly by Nietzsche: [q][b]Quote 3.[/b]?You higher men, do learn this, joy wants eternity.

Joy wants the eternity of all things, wants deep, wants deep eternity.?[/q]. One of Nietzsche's most famous ideas is that of eternal recurrence, which appears in the penultimate section of his book The Gay Science. Eternal Recurrence The Gay Science is one of Nietzsche's most personal works, collecting not only his philosophical reflections but also a number of poems, aphorisms, and songs.

Nietzsche’s idea of the eternal return, or eternal recurrence, is one of his most famous ideas, yet also one of the most misunderstood. Such a misunderstanding often arises because there are two perspectives or ways to interpret this idea, leading some to.

The origin of this thought is dated by Nietzsche himself, via posthumous fragments, to Augustat Sils-Maria. In Ecce Homo (), he wrote that he thought of the eternal return as the "fundamental conception" of Thus Spoke Zarathustra.

Scene of Nietzsche's inspiration: "by a massive, pyramidally piled up block not far from Surlei ". This essay is an interpretation of Nietzsche's enigmatic idea of the Eternal Return of the Same in the context of his life rather than of his philosophy.

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The only version of the book published in Nietzsche’s lifetime concludes with ‘Seven Seals’ (a hostile, mocking echo of the closing book of the Bible), in which Zarathustra seven times trumpets his love for eternity in a symbolic new creation of man and the whole.

His whole ‘philosophy’ of will to power and eternal return aims to. This turn yields Nietzsches most controversial concepts: the announcement of the death of God; the eternal return, which frames existence in terms of endlessly repeating cycles; and the will to power, which involves a ceaseless struggle for survival and mastery.

Nietzsche re-visits his philosophy of eternal recurrence in "The Will to Power," an idea proposed earlier in "The Gay Science." Some sections of this book make it clear that Nietzsche took seriously the idea that the will to power might be a fundamental principle operating throughout the.

It reads for us the central notions of Nietzsche's work, culminating in the Eternal Return of the Same. The special illuminating power of Michalski's interpretation comes not just from his reading Nietzsche in the context of the philosophical tradition, but even more in his placing it in constant comparison to Nietzsche's foil and reference point, the Christ of the s: 3.

Nietzsche wrote that he thought the eternal return was his "most scientific" idea and this has mislead many people into thinking it was a thesis about the nature of the universe, a cosmological theory or something like that. I'll try to give a bit better an interpretation than that.

Nietzsche is what I would call an ethical perfectionist. Notes on Nietzsche’s eternal recurrence. Somewhat surprisingly given its prominence in the interpretation of Nietzsche’s work, the motif of eternal recurrence occurs explicitly only a few times in his published books: in certain passages and episodes in The Gay Science, Thus Spoke Zarathustra and Beyond Good and Evil, for consensus on the importance of eternal return for.

Since then, Löwith's book has continued to gain recognition as one of the key texts in the German Nietzsche reception, as well as a remarkable effort to reclaim the philosopher's work from political Löwith, the centerpiece of Nietzsche's thought is the doctrine of eternal recurrence, a notion which Löwith, unlike.

The Eternal Return: Nietzsche’s Brilliant Thought Experiment Illustrating the Key to Existential Contentment At the center of Nietzsche’s philosophy is the idea of eternal return — the ultimate embrace of responsibility that comes from accepting the consequences, good or bad, of one’s willful action.

Embedded in it is an urgent. Nietzsche's Philosophy traces the passionate development of Nietzsche's thought from the aestheticism of The Birth of Tragedy through to the late doctrines of the "will to power" and "eternal return".Inspired by the phenomenological method of Edmund Husserl and by the work of Martin Heidegger, Fink exposes the central themes of Nietzsche's philosophy, revealing the .Download Nietzsche S Philosophy books, Nietzsche's Philosophy traces the passionate development of Nietzsche's thought from the aestheticism of The Birth of Tragedy through to the late doctrines of the "will to power" and "eternal return".Inspired by the phenomenological method of Edmund Husserl and by the work of Martin Heidegger, Fink exposes the central themes of Nietzsche's philosophy, revealing the .Nietzsche's view on eternal return is similar to that of Hume: "the idea that an eternal recurrence of blind, meaningless variation—chaotic, pointless shuffling of matter and law—would inevitably spew up worlds whose evolution through time would yield the apparently meaningful stories of our lives.