Nietzsche and Buddhism: Prolegomenon to a Comparative Study

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Walter de Gruyter, 1981 - Philosophy - 211 pages
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The series presents outstanding monographic interpretations of Nietzsche's work as a whole or of specific themes and aspects. These works are written mostly from a philosophical, literary, communication science, sociological or historical perspective. The publications reflect the current state of research on Nietzsche's philosophy, on his sources, and on the influence of his writings. The volumes are peer-reviewed.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The overcoming of metaphysics and nihilism
19
The analysis of personality and universe
51
The experiment with truth and reason
80
On suffering
109
The ethics of the Eternal Recurrence
139
The transfiguration of suffering and nirvana
166
Bibliography
198
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