Friedrich Nietzsche zur Einführung by Werner Stegmaier (review)

Journal of Nietzsche Studies 45 (1):84-87 (2014)


The aim of Werner Stegmaier’s Friedrich Nietzsche zur Einführung (Introduction to Nietzsche) is to introduce readers to Nietzsche’s thinking without reducing it to general theses or “doctrines.” Stegmaier thus provides not only an interpretation of Nietzsche’s philosophizing, but also a particular methodological approach to his works.The first part of the book, “Nietzsche’s Experiences,” provides a condensed account of Nietzsche’s life, including information about his family, friends, and acquaintances, his health, his philosophical influences, and the circumstances under which he wrote some of his works. The second part, “Nietzsche’s Evaluations of the Significance of His Experiences for His Philosophizing,” ..

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