Nietzsche as Philosopher
In Nietzsche as Philosopher, Arthur Danto provides an immensely valuable reassessment of this nineteenth-century thinker. By examining all of Nietzsche's writing--on knowledge, language, and philosophical psychology, as well as morality--Danto locates and defines the enduring system and argument behind the brilliant fragmented polemics. He reveals surprising ways in which Nietzsche anticipated moves in contemporary analytic philosophy.
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The Dialogics of Critique: M.M. Bakhtin and the Theory of Ideology
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