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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor In <i>Ecce Homo</i>&apos;s "Why I am a Destiny," Nietzsche declares that "the concept of politics" will merge entirely into a "Mind-war" and that "the earth will know <i>Great politics</i>." Through analyzing these two concepts, the aim of this article is to counter Bernard Williams&apos;s claim that "Nietzsche did not move to any view that offered a coherent politics." Nietzsche does so in calling for the founding of a "Party of Life," whose "concept of politics" is to breed a new "master race," to fight a Mind-war, ignited by the "act" of the "Revaluation," <i>The Antichrist</i>, against the "Party of Christianity." http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Nietzsche Studies Penn State University Press

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Penn State University Press
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Abstract

In <i>Ecce Homo</i>&apos;s "Why I am a Destiny," Nietzsche declares that "the concept of politics" will merge entirely into a "Mind-war" and that "the earth will know <i>Great politics</i>." Through analyzing these two concepts, the aim of this article is to counter Bernard Williams&apos;s claim that "Nietzsche did not move to any view that offered a coherent politics." Nietzsche does so in calling for the founding of a "Party of Life," whose "concept of politics" is to breed a new "master race," to fight a Mind-war, ignited by the "act" of the "Revaluation," <i>The Antichrist</i>, against the "Party of Christianity."

Journal

The Journal of Nietzsche StudiesPenn State University Press

Published: Dec 4, 2010

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