Introduction 1: Bernard Reginster: Art and Affirmation 2: Christopher Janaway: Beauty is False, Truth Ugly: Nietzsche on Art and Life 3: Christopher C. Raymond: Nietzsche on Tragedy and Morality 4: Ken Gemes and Chris Sykes: Nietzsche's Illusion 5: Stephen Mulhall: Orchestral Metaphysics: The Birth of Tragedy between Drama, Opera and Philosophy 6: Daniel Came: Nietzsche on Ethics and Aesthetics 7: Adrian Del Caro: Zarathustra vs. Faust, or Anti-Romantic Rivalry among Superhumans 8: A. E. Denham: Attuned, Transcendent, and Transfigured: Nietzsche's Appropriation of Schopenhauer's Aesthetic Psychology 9: Sabina Lovibond: Nietzsche on Distance, Beauty and Truth 10: Aaron Ridley: Nietzsche and Music 11: Roger Scruton: Nietzsche on Wagner
Daniel Came is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Hull. He received his B.A. and M.Phil. degrees in Philosophy from the University of Cambridge and his D.Phil. in Philosophy from the University of Oxford. He has held a Junior Research Fellowship in Philosophy at Worcester College, Oxford and a College Lectureship in Philosophy at St Hugh's College, Oxford. His main research interests are in ethics and the history of ethics (especially within the post-Kantian German tradition).
This is a fine collection of subtle and coherent reflections on a
major theme of Nietzschean obscurantism. * Daniel Binney, Times
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To conclude, this volume is an excellent collection of substantive essays by seasoned scholars on the topic of art and life in Nietzsche, and it marks an important step in reading Nietzsche's project through his "practical-existential orientation" * Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews Online *