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Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian experience. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Richard Wagner; Friedrich Nietzsche; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Richard Wagner: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frederick Rutan Love.
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Love. Title Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian Experience. Author Frederick R. Love. Format Paperback. Publisher The University of North Carolina Rating: % positive. The first comprehensive study of Nietzsche's earliest book, The Birth of Tragedy (), this important volume by M.
Silk and J. Stern examines the work in detail: its place in Nietzsche's philosophical career; its value as an account of ancient Greek culture; its place in the history of German ideas, and its value as a theory of tragedy and by: 2, words.
Part 2 of 2. Julian Young Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Religion New York: Cambridge University Press, By the time he came to write Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Nietzsche had liberated himself from naturalism by means of his doctrine of perspectivism – no viewpoint, including science, is epistemologically privileged, though some, like the Dionysian, are healthier than others.
Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian Experience - Love, Frederick R. Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian Experience. Chapel Hill: University of Carolina Press, Wagner and Nietzsche - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Wagner and Nietzsche, trans.
Joachim Neogroschel, Seabury Press, Nietzsche’s Dangerous Game: Philosophy in the Twilight of the Idols. Julian Young is a well-known scholar of nineteenth- and twentieth-century German philosophy.
I put six questions to him about his new book, Friedrich Nietzsche: A Philosophical Biography. Most books that address Nietzsche’s life and writings discuss his difficult relationship with Richard Wagner, but your book deals more systematically than others do with Nietzsche’s ideas [ ].
Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian Experience - Love, Frederick R. Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian Experience. Chapel Hill: University of Carolina Press, Nietzsche and Christianity - Jaspers, Karl. Nietzsche and Christianity. Chicago: Regency, Meaning in History - Loewith, Karl.
Meaning in History. Chicago: The University of. Reviewed by Daniel Blue. Four years ago Julian Young published Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Religion, a book in which he argued that the standard view of Nietzsche as a staunch individualist and atheist was The Birth of Tragedy onward, Young claimed, Nietzsche had written from a communitarian standpoint that embraced religion as a source of inspiriting myth, uniting groups into a.
Reviewed by Emmanuel Salanskis. As its title indicates, this book is a study of the trip Nietzsche made to Sorrento inafter the Bayreuth festival and before the publication of Human, All Too D’Iorio’s main thesis is that at Sorrento Nietzsche became a true philosopher, abandoning his metaphysics of art together with his commitment to the Wagnerian cause in order to.
Modern Fiction Studies () William Faulkner was a great fabricator, both of stories for his novels and of stories for his : Eva Cybulska. Frederick Rutan Love has written: 'Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian experience' Asked in Classical Music, Opera Which wagnerian soprano was born with the name Wilson.
Nietzsche on Wagner Wagner was the most philosophical of musicians and Nietzsche the most musical of philosophers, so a philosophy of music ought to be implied somewhere in their conflict. However Nietzsche’s early adoration of Wagner distorted his later rejection, so that the serious thinking has to be discerned within a cloud of self-loathing.
Following clues from the young reader, Nietzsche, with regards to his intense and passionate relationship with music, we can historically approach his initial involvement in the Wagnerian cause. " On Nietzsche's early musical life in the s, see Georges Liébert, Nietzsche and Music (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ); Frederick R.
Love, Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian Experience (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ); Julian Young, Friedrich Nietzsche: A Philosophical Biography (Cambridge: Cambridge Cited by: 3. A speculative, sometimes fanciful interpretation of the relationship between Friedrich Nietzsche and Richard Wagner.
Inwhen he was 25 years old, Nietzsche fell under the spell of Wagner, the most influential anti-Semite of 19th-century Germany. Kîhler, author of another, untranslated book detailing Wagner’s supposed influence on Hitler, tries to show how the young Nietzsche was the Author: Joachim Köhler.
Nietzsche contra Wagner is a critical essay by Friedrich Nietzsche, composed of recycled passages from his past was written in his last year of lucidity (–), and published by C. Naumann in Leipzig in Nietzsche describes in this short work why he parted ways with his one-time idol and friend, Richard che attacks Wagner's views, expressing disappointment Author: Friedrich Nietzsche.
This claim, found at the end of the Twilight of the Idols, points the reader of Nietzsche's much-studied late works back to his first book-length publication fromThe Birth of Tragedy (BT). That the work of a young philologist should contain the seeds for Nietzsche's later revaluation of values and his teaching of the eternal.
A ARON Ridley's book is a clearly written, elegantly constructed, and skilfully argued exposition of Nietzsche's philosophy of art. It packs a great deal of material into a mere pages and contains many more insights than I could possibly mention in a short review.
Like my own Nietzsche's Philosophy of Art, with which Ridley takes himself to be in a ‘(sometimes implicit) dialogue’ (p. 7 Cited by: 8. Viewing Wagner s operas through the lens of his philosophy, the book offers often novel interpretations of Lohengrin, The Ring cycle, Tristan und Isolde, Die Meistersinger, and Parsifal.
Finally, Young dresses the cause of Friedrich Nietzsche s transformation from Wagner s intimate friend and disciple into his most savage : The Nietzsche Circle is a philosophical community whose main concern is artistic production and the question of aesthetics, of responding to the crisis of art and its bearing on life, though it will explore all dimensions of Nietzsche’s thought.
The Nietzsche Circle is devoted to the question: What kind of art is vital to our existence. The essay also influenced the young Nietzsche. It is an essential text in the teaching of not only Wagnerian thought but also late nineteenth-century musical aesthetics in general.
Until now the English reader with no access to the German original has been obliged to work from two Victorian translations. Of all the people who Friedrich Nietzsche met, the composer Richard Wagner () was, without question, the one who made the deepest impression on him.
As many have pointed out, Wagner was the same age as Nietzsche father, and thus could have offered the young scholar, who was 23 when they first met insome sort of father : Emrys Westacott.
However, the authors try to distance Nietzsche from Schopenhauer on a couple of points. On the one hand, they argue that the young Nietzsche "was never seriously wedded to Schopenhauer's metaphysics of the will as thing-in-itself" in The Birth of Tragedy (80).
On the other hand, they claim that Nietzsche's primary concern was not the problem of. was rather a question of parallel interest displayed by Nietzsche in the conservative mus-ical elements of periodic melody, clear tonality, and old-fashioned counterpoint in his own composition and in the work of one of Wagner's enemies".
Frederick Love, 'Young Nietzsche and the Wagnerian Experience' (Chapel Hill, I), pp. Wagner Books As has been often mentioned, Wagner is one of the most written about composers in history - and this is not a new phenomenon but began even while he was still alive.
The benefit of this to us is that many of these books are long out of copyright, in the public domain and are thus freely available to anyone that wishes to read them. This book presents an absorbing account of the bizarre and fluctuating relationship between the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, the composer Richard Wagner, and his wife Cosima.
Nietzsche was 25 when he first met Wagner and his year-old mistress Cosima (daughter of Franz Liszt and at that time wife of the conductor Hans von Bulow) in May /5. "In What a Philosopher Is: Becoming Nietzsche Laurence Lampert examines Nietzsche's early writings through what he calls the first mature work—the fourth book of The Gay Science, known as “Sanctus Januarius”—in order to reveal the coherence of Nietzsche’s seemingly disparate projects.
But reading the workbooks themselves does allow Brand: University of Chicago Press. Nietzsche's first book, The Birth of Tragedy Out of the Spirit of Music (), was a radical reinterpretation of Greek art and culture from a Schopenhaurian and Wagnerian standpoint.
By Nietzsche had to retire from his university post for reasons of health. He was diagnosed at this time with a serious nervous disorder/5(3). The Birth of Tragedy () was Nietzsche's 1st book.
Its youthful faults were exposed by him in the brilliant 'Attempt at a Self-Criticism' which he added to the new edition of But the book, whatever its excesses, remains one of the most relevant statements on tragedy ever penned/5. InJulian Young gave us what I consider the best overall biography of Friedrich Nietzsche.I used it, along with biographies by Safranski, Cates, and others, extensively in my Nietzsche blog.A couple of years prior to that Young wrote Nietzsche’s Philosophy of Religion which caught my eye a couple of years ago.
It was one of those books I bought knowing I would read it eventually, but. [The Table of Contents is listed below.] Looking back on The Birth of Tragedy fourteen years after its publication, 1 Nietzsche described his book as questionable, odd, forbidding, poorly written, unwieldy, painful, arrogant, and extravagant.
Twice he deems it “impossible.” Built “from precocious, purely personal insights, all but incommunicable,” it is a first book “in the worst.
Abstract. In Ecce Homo Nietzsche (–), termed himself an ‘immoralist’ (EH IV:2); and in a great many of his writings he is harshly critical of what he often simply calls ‘morality’. Yet he was preoccupied with moral matters throughout the whole of his philosophical life. One of his primary concerns was to effect a radical transformation in our entire approach to and assessment.
Full text of "The Case Of Wagner, Nietzsche Contra Wagner, and Selected Aphorisms." See other formats. His father, Pastor Karl Ludwig Nietzsche, died five years later of “softening of the brain,” leaving Nietzsche to be raised (along with his sister Elisabeth) by his mother, Franziska, and two unmarried aunts.
The young Nietzsche was both intellectually precocious and. Source: “Wagner, Nietzsche and the Suprahumanist Myth” is chapter 12 of a forthcoming book: Suprahumanism: European Man and the Regeneration of History.
The is both a personal synthesis of the ideas of Giorgio Locchi — the “guru” of the first GRECE (–) — and an inquiry into current trends applying his analytical method. Nietzsche's first book, The Birth of Tragedy Out of the Spirit of Music (), was a radical reinterpretation of Greek art and culture from a Schopenhaurian and Wagnerian standpoint.
By Nietzsche had to retire from his university post for reasons of health.4/5(1). their way into Wagnerian music. To both of these views there is but one reply: they are absolutely false. In the "Ecce Homo," Nietzsche's autobiography, -a book which from cover to cover and line for line is sincerity itself-we learn what Wagner actually meant to Nietzsche.
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23 Nietzsche’s book is called, to repeat, The Birth of Tragedy out of the Spirit of Music. Since both the ‘Beethoven’ essay and The Birth were written during a period when Wagner and Nietzsche saw each other on an almost weekly basis, it seems certain that one of them took the phrase ‘spirit of music’ from the by: First Works There are those who postulate that Nietzsche’s philosophy on theory of values is in ethics.
But I would also add that it is also in dialectics, especially when we recall Nietzsche’s statement, “life essentially is dialectical”. Also th.