FRIEDERICH NIETZSCHE -- 1844-1900
LINKS TO FILES OF OTHERS
- Comments on R.J. Hollingdale's NIETZSCHE THE MAN AND HIS PHILOSOPHY
- An Outline of the R. J. Hollingdale book: NIETZSCHE THE MAN AND HIS PHILOSOPHY
Pirate Nietzsche Page Contains links to
most of Nietzsche's works on-line, plus a signficant degree of writings about Nietzsche
and links to other sites. A very useful page.
- On-Line Articles and Reviews on Nietzsche
Long list of useful essays about Nietzsche's work.
- Turn To Nietzsche Useful page which
has links to most of his texts on-line and biographical and critical material.
Douglas Thomas' excellent page on Nietzsche Lots of great
material here, but I found the page extremely slow to load up.
- The Perspectives of Nietzsche
This is the home page of Bill Curry and deals with several important themes in Nietzsche:
Christianity, Philosophy, Apollinian and Dionysian, Truth and Knowledge, Values and Morals,
Man, Will to Power, Eternal Recurrance, Toward the Ubermensch.
Friedrich Nietzsche and Nihilism The On-Line Encyclopedia
of Philosophy entry on the relationship of Nietzsche to Nihilism.
- Study Guide to Book I of Thus Spoke Zarathustra Professor Paul Brians of Washington State University prepared this
useful guide to this Nietzsche text.
- Nietzsche's Supeman as a Woman: Kostis Palamas's TriseugenÍ
This essay explores a 1902 work in which a woman is cast in the role of a Nietzschean superman. Quite a fascinating read.
- H.L. Mencken's The Philosophy of Frederich Nietzsche: Nietzsche the Prophet
Wonderful site in which Mencken looks at 5 typical criticisms of Nietzsche and gives arguments against them.
- Who were Appolo and Dionsyus?
This page is not about Nietzsche's treatment of these Greeks, it is about the Greeks themselves. It may be useful
to refresh your memory of who they were.
- Nietzsche Center- Friedrich Nietzschean philosophy on women, power, the
superman and more. This site features a large image gallery and links to many papers on
individual topics of interest within Nietzsche's philosophy. The site also
contains a great number of links to other sites.
- The Nietzsche Channel
This is a bit of a strange site at the top and more commercial than academic. However, down
on the second page are many links to Nietzsche texts on-line.
- Coping With Nietzsche's Legacy: Rorty, Derrida, Gadamer
Some notes from a new book by Gary Brent Madison which deals with these three later philosophers and
their work on Nietzsche.