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Nietzsche and Dostoevsky: On the Verge of Nihilism by Paolo Stellino (review)

Nietzsche and Dostoevsky: On the Verge of Nihilism by Paolo Stellino (review) 308 | J O U R N A L O F N I E T Z S C H E S T U D I E S Heidegger's relationship with Conservative Revolution members is also provided by Francesco Cattaneo in "Sul concetto di rivoluzione nella filosofia di Martin Heidegger. Alcune note storico-ontologiche." Although clearly stating that Heidegger cannot be considered a thinker of the movement, Cattaneo proposes an original reading of his abandonment of political engagement as a transformation that brings his philosophy closer to Nietzsche's sense of "thoughts that come with doves' feet" (Z II "The Stillest Hour"). The last contribution, by Manlio Iofrida, "La ricezione di Nietzsche in Francia fra le due guerre: Thierry Maulnier fra Maurras e Foucault," provides a glimpse of the French reception of Nietzsche at the time of the Conservative Revolution movement. Giving an account of the interpretations of Charles Maurras and Thierry Maulnier, Iofrida traces a line that leads from them, passing through the early Nietzsche renaissance, to Michel Foucault's reading. Overall, Nietzsche nella Rivoluzione conservatrice is a clear and rich volume. It will be an important resource especially for scholars interested in this ambiguous and tragic period of the last http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Nietzsche Studies Penn State University Press

Nietzsche and Dostoevsky: On the Verge of Nihilism by Paolo Stellino (review)

The Journal of Nietzsche Studies , Volume 48 (2) – Jul 10, 2017

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308 | J O U R N A L O F N I E T Z S C H E S T U D I E S Heidegger's relationship with Conservative Revolution members is also provided by Francesco Cattaneo in "Sul concetto di rivoluzione nella filosofia di Martin Heidegger. Alcune note storico-ontologiche." Although clearly stating that Heidegger cannot be considered a thinker of the movement, Cattaneo proposes an original reading of his abandonment of political engagement as a transformation that brings his philosophy closer to Nietzsche's sense of "thoughts that come with doves' feet" (Z II "The Stillest Hour"). The last contribution, by Manlio Iofrida, "La ricezione di Nietzsche in Francia fra le due guerre: Thierry Maulnier fra Maurras e Foucault," provides a glimpse of the French reception of Nietzsche at the time of the Conservative Revolution movement. Giving an account of the interpretations of Charles Maurras and Thierry Maulnier, Iofrida traces a line that leads from them, passing through the early Nietzsche renaissance, to Michel Foucault's reading. Overall, Nietzsche nella Rivoluzione conservatrice is a clear and rich volume. It will be an important resource especially for scholars interested in this ambiguous and tragic period of the last

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The Journal of Nietzsche StudiesPenn State University Press

Published: Jul 10, 2017

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