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introduction
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Babette Babich Reading Nietzsche’s The Birth of Tragedy
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nietzsche on tragedy
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Friedrich Nietzsche The Birth of Tragic Thought
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Günter Wohlfart Nietzsche and the Birth of Tragedy
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David Rapport Lachterman Nietzsche and the Homeric Question
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David Blair Allison Nietzsche’s Birth of Tragedy
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rhythm and the lyric subject
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Friedrich Nietzsche On the Theory of Quantitifying Rhythm
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Angèle Kremer-Marietti Rhythm and Rhetoric in Nietzsche
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Babette Babich Nietzsche’s Archilochus and the Lyric Subject
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music & words — deleuze & dionysus
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Friedrich Nietzsche Music and Words
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David Blair Allison On Nietzsche’s Music and Words
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Christoph Cox Nietzsche, Dionysus, and the Virtual
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in memoriam
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David Blair Allison
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Alphonso Lingis, Penn State, Emeritus
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Tracy Burr Strong, UCSD, Emeritus / Southampton, UK
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Babette Babich, Fordham, NYC / Humboldt University, Berlin
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Anne Freire Ashbaugh, Towson University/Rutgers University
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notes on contributors...
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economy and psychology
18. New Nietzsche Studies: Volume > 9 > Issue: 3/4
Erik S. Reinert, Hugo Reinert Creative Destruction in Economics
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This paper argues that the idea of creative destruction enters the social sciences by way of Friedrich Nietzsche. The term itself is first used by German economist Werner Sombart, who openly acknowledges the influence of Nietzsche on his own economic theory. The roots of creative destruction are traced back to Indian philosophy, from where the idea entered the German literary and philosophical tradition. Understanding the origins and evolution of this key concept in evolutionary economics helps clarifying the contrasts between today’s standard mainstream economics and the Schumpeterian and evolutionary alternative.
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Eckhard Heftrich The Limits of the Psychological Explanation of Nietzsche
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parody - faith - love
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Roberto Borghesi “Ecce Homo” — Ecce Parodia
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