Heidegger’s Nietzsche : European Modernity and the Philosophy of the Future
José Daniel Parra

Heidegger´s Nietzsche: European Modernity and the Philosophy of the Future offers a study of two key figures in the history of philosophy. By way of a textual interpretation of Martin Heidegger's reading of Friedrich Nietzsche, it draws renewed attention to the question of ontology in the history of Western thought. The discussion unfolds in the context of an epochal period of transition in European culture that in Heidegger's interpretation of Nietzsche is in the process of “fulfillment.” The book examines the sources of this transformative event, with special emphasis on the contrast between the modern predominance of Cartesian inter-subjectivity and a manner of thought that dwells in the philosophical anthropology of classical Greek culture. It partakes in the Platonic-Aristotelian tradition of studying the life of the mind from architectonic perspectives, highlighting the key comparative importance of philosophical “vision,” in tandem with the voice of conscience. In that spirit, the book explores an encounter between Heidegger and Nietzsche at the interstice between hermeneutics and a therapeutic consideration of philosophy.

Lexington Books
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