n Acta Germanica : German Studies in Africa - Metaphysics without Truth : On the importance of consistency with Nietzche's philosophy, Stefan Lorenz Sorgner : Buchbesprechungen
|Article Title||Metaphysics without Truth : On the importance of consistency with Nietzche's philosophy, Stefan Lorenz Sorgner : Buchbesprechungen|
|© Publisher:||Association for German Studies in Southern Africa|
|Journal||Acta Germanica : German Studies in Africa|
|Publication Date||Jan 2000|
|Pages||170 - 172|
The central thesis of this extremely well-argued book, the published version of a Ph.D. dissertation obtained jointly from the Philosophy Departments at King's College/ University of London and the University of Durham, which received high praise from such renowned professors of philosophy as David E. Cooper, Chris Long and David Owen, is that Nietzsche developed in his unpublished writings, the Nachgelassene Fragmente, a concept of the will to power that constitutes a metaphysical "system" which describes the world as it is.
Article metrics loading...