281 perfect order: to furnish human beings with measures, nature had to be subjected to interpretation. Such interpretation would inevitably be an expression of a will to power. But to overcome the spirit of revenge, this will to power would have to be strong enough to accept nature in human nature, creative enough to transform that nature in the light of what Cho, taking up one of Husserl's suggestions, calls the "endlessly enlarged horizon of possible experience" (144). The infinite we bear within ourselves beckons us to leave the cave of our embodied self's spatio-temporal placement. Those insistent on placing human existence on a firm foundation will hardly be satisfied with such constructions precariously placed between the call of nature and the call of transcending consciousness. No doubt, to a Lao-Tzu, such suggestions would have seemed all too full of self, full of will. But responsibility demands such willfulness. . Karsten Harries Yale University Karsten Harries Yale University REVIEW ARTICLES Overcoming Metaphysics: Transgression or Transformation? David Farrell Krell and David Wood (eds.) Exceedingly Nietzsche. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1988. 179 pp. This volume originates in the Warwick Workshop in Continental Philoso- phy, although not all the papers
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