A Nietzsche Reader (Classics)

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Key Terms (much of this is adapted from Charles Bressler's Literary Criticism: An Introduction to Theory and Practice - see General Resources below): Binary Opposition - "pairs of mutually-exclusive signifiers in a paradigm set representing categories which are logically opposed and which together define a complete universe of discourse (relevant ontological domain), e.g. alive/not-alive. In other words, choosing your adviser is involving yourself.
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Living with Nietzsche: What the Great "Immoralist" Has to

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The "Noble Savage" is an idealized stereotype of indigenous people as found throughout the world. Frequently starting and stopping Streaming Service will result in a minor increase to the amount of data the Company streams to you per hour. We sense in this philosophy both a tendency towards an extreme individuality and a tendency towards a deeply-felt totality. Photography fostered Pictoralism, a movement which used soft focus, special filters and other effects to attempt to match painting and printmaking.
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Nietzsche [Quintessential Classics] (Illustrated)

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This erroneous view describing everyday life, pointing out our understanding of ourselves, and exposing the lack of coherence in rival positions. He discounts as insignificant the roles of doctrine and their respective priesthoods unless understood as manifestations themselves of symbols and rituals. Your work shows such an immediate comprehension of my philosophy as I have never before encountered."[61] Later, however, in response to a question posed by his French follower Jean Beaufret ,[62] Heidegger distanced himself from Sartre's position and existentialism in general in his Letter on Humanism.[63] Heidegger's reputation continued to grow in France during the 1950s and 1960s.
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Meaning and Being in Myth

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It is not the most accomplished or successful novel of the existential movement, nor even the most fully realized literary work that Sartre himself produced, but this novel has particular characteristics, both in its technique and in its historical situation, that identify it with Existentialism in a way that other works lack. Beckett inherently critiques Aristotle’s poetics in his distorted use of character, degradation of language (diction) and lack of plot.
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Reading Sartre

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I’ve run marathons all over the world, but whenever someone asks me which is my… At Koenji Station, Tengo boarded the Chuo Line inbound rapid-service train. Heidegger: Biography and Background (Husserl and Phenomenology), The Question of Being, and Being-in-the-World, pp. 144-151, 163-168, 174-176. Sophocles (496-406 BC) introduced a third actor. The best definition for "recognition": the point at which the protagonist discovers the truth about his situation.
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Essays in Aesthetics

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However, since nature does not supply them, our freedom is a freedom to make values and norms by which we will abide. The domination by Spanish colonists of the native peoples of the Americas. His best-known philosophical work was the short book I and Thou, published in 1922. In other words, ability to, from time to time transcend one’s nature must, inevitably, come from a nature that permits occasional self-transcendence.
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The Psalms of Mortality, Volume 2: The Kingdoms of Thought

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That urge is what Frank argued marked the turn from midcentury mass consumption (keeping up with the Joneses as the consumer ideal) to 60s market segmentation (when being different from the Joneses became the paradoxical way to keep up with them). For many reasons, Paris was exceptionally attractive to artists. Because the original structure presented by Sartre of being is ‘not being what one is,’ (p106) (and as above one is not what one is) a movement toward sincerity (being what one is) is impossible.
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The complete works of Friedrich Nietzsche (Volume 8)

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Nietzsche and Heidegger, in contrast, view such a conception of freedom as naively metaphysical. The News: Realism, Narrative and Form ________________________________________ The questions of Realism, bias and... representation take us back to the material we looked at in the first two weeks of the course. The first hurdle is our traditional contrast between subject and object, which splits man as knower from his environment as the known.
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Ecce Homo: How One Becomes What One Is (Penguin Classics)

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He wanted to create a cartoon series for new recruits, many of whom were young, unworldly and in some cases illiterate. Women’s everyday experi ences and their Being-in the-world diverged from men’s so early in life that few thought of them as being developmental at all; people assumed the differences to be ‘natural’ expressions of femininity. See the philosophies of Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, Sartre, Heidegger – Materialism: The theory is a materialist ontological doctrine that there is no other substance than matter.
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Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits (Paperback) -

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Jogging shoes are generally for that reason designed to reduce this pronation. A man is sincere in order to objectify himself in order to escape to the condition of objectification. Ordinarily due to our own laziness and the pressure of society, we remain in an everyday world where we are not really in contact with ourselves.” Giacometti had made himself the individual who operated outside of our everyday world and his aim was to record that world. 48. These thinkers - who include Ludwig Binswanger, Medard Boss, Eugène Minkowski, V.
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