"Nietzsche is the philosopher of our age. Nietzsche’s aspirations are the aspirations of a Plato. Nietzsche’s teachings may come to be as historically important as Plato’s have been"
Also of interest:
Bradley Park's review of John Richardson's
Nietzsche's New Darwinism
And forthcoming in Hyperion: On the Future of Aesthetics, the Nietzsche Circle's e-journal devoted to applied criticism of the arts, essays on art, music, theater, and literature, including Fulya Peker's play based on Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Now available, essays on Beckett's Happy Days and Richard Foreman's Deep Trance Behavior.
Soon to come, an interview conducted by Angela C. Holzer with Katja Brunkhorst, author of Nietzsche's Presence in Rilke, a study of Nietzsche's influence on the poet, based on Brunkhorst's discovery of Rilke's personal copy of Thus Spoke Zarathustra. See Angela C. Holzer's review of Brunkhorst's book in the Hyperion archive.
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