Guest Editors’ Introduction Examining Moral Emotions in Nietzsche with the Semantic Web Exploration Tool: Nietzsche Mark a LF a NO | DELFT UNIVE r SITY OF TECHNOLOGY & a UST ra LI a N C a THOLIC UNIVE r SITY Mar C CHEONG | MON a SH UNIVE r SITY Introduction Five years ago, the Journal of Nietzsche Studies published a special issue on Nietzsche and the ae ff cts. In it, Aurelia Armstrong wrote generically about the passions, Michael Ure discussed Schadenfreude, Joanne Faulkner addressed disgust, and Joseph Kuzma focused on eroticism.1 In subsequent issues, authors have discussed love,2 emotion in general,3 resentment,4 com- passion,5 honor and empathy,6 and ae ff ct in general.7 This special section on emotions and reactive attitudes is a chance to take stock of the progress we have made as a field, draw connections among the ae ff cts and emotions addressed in the secondary literature, and introduce new ideas and tools for future research. If the articles here are any indication, we can point to three trends in the secondary literature, all of them welcome. First, authors have gotten more specific. Nietzsche himself engages with and expresses a diverse range of discrete
The Journal of Nietzsche Studies – Penn State University Press
Published: Apr 5, 2019
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