Philosophy

  • Nietzsche

    An examination of Nietzsche's central views, including the role of tragedy, the place of science, the eternal recurrence, the will to power, and the primacy of the individual. We will also examine Nietzsche's ambiguous attitude toward philosophy and his influence on literature and criticism.
  • Nietzsche

    An examination of Nietzsche's central views, including the role of tragedy, the place of science, the eternal recurrence, the will to power, and the primacy of the individual. We will also examine Nietzsche's ambiguous attitude toward philosophy and his influence on literature and criticism.
  • German Philosophy since Kant: Heidegger

    A reading of Heidegger's "Being and Time", and perhaps some other works of his. Secondary sources include Hubert Dreyfus' "Being-In-The-World".

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