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Nietzsche als Dichter. Lyrik – Poetologie – Rezeption ed. by Katharina Grätz and Sebastian Kaufmann (review)

Nietzsche als Dichter. Lyrik – Poetologie – Rezeption ed. by Katharina Grätz and Sebastian... 290 | JOURNAL OF NIETZSCHE STUDIES relation between mind and world. Doyle attempts to reconcile a tension she sees between Nietzsche’s fatalism, which presupposes that actions are determined by unconscious mental states, and the presupposition of the causal efficacy of consciousness, which she holds is a condition of autono- mous agency. The final part of the chapter is devoted to exploring whether her reconstruction comes at the cost of rendering Nietzsche a panpsychist. I am less inclined than Doyle to feel the tension motivating her interpre- tation in the chapter. Whereas Doyle contends that Nietzsche presupposes that conscious thought is causally efficacious throughout his works, I do not see the necessity of interpreting as she does the passages she cites to justify this view. Doyle appeals to GM I:10, GS 276, and GS 341 to make her case; I leave it to readers to decide whether her reading—and therefore the tension—is warranted. In sum, Nietzsche’s Metaphysics of the Will to Power: The Possibility of Value is an ambitious, engaging read that oer ff s an unconventional interpre- tation of Nietzsche’s will to power thesis. In support of her reading, Doyle draws liberally upon Nietzsche’s unpublished notes, oen w ft http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Nietzsche Studies Penn State University Press

Nietzsche als Dichter. Lyrik – Poetologie – Rezeption ed. by Katharina Grätz and Sebastian Kaufmann (review)

The Journal of Nietzsche Studies , Volume 49 (2) – Dec 5, 2018

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290 | JOURNAL OF NIETZSCHE STUDIES relation between mind and world. Doyle attempts to reconcile a tension she sees between Nietzsche’s fatalism, which presupposes that actions are determined by unconscious mental states, and the presupposition of the causal efficacy of consciousness, which she holds is a condition of autono- mous agency. The final part of the chapter is devoted to exploring whether her reconstruction comes at the cost of rendering Nietzsche a panpsychist. I am less inclined than Doyle to feel the tension motivating her interpre- tation in the chapter. Whereas Doyle contends that Nietzsche presupposes that conscious thought is causally efficacious throughout his works, I do not see the necessity of interpreting as she does the passages she cites to justify this view. Doyle appeals to GM I:10, GS 276, and GS 341 to make her case; I leave it to readers to decide whether her reading—and therefore the tension—is warranted. In sum, Nietzsche’s Metaphysics of the Will to Power: The Possibility of Value is an ambitious, engaging read that oer ff s an unconventional interpre- tation of Nietzsche’s will to power thesis. In support of her reading, Doyle draws liberally upon Nietzsche’s unpublished notes, oen w ft

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The Journal of Nietzsche StudiesPenn State University Press

Published: Dec 5, 2018

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