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(The Invention of Dionysus.pdf) This book argues that i The Birth of Tragedy i Nietzsche s first book does not mark a rupture with his prior philosophical undertakings but is in fact continuous with them and with his later writings as well These continuities are displayed above all in the entanglement of his surface narratives in the self consuming artifice of his writing in the interplay of his voices posturings and ironies in a word in his staging of meaning rather than in his advocacy of one position or another br br The author shows that many of the substantive elements of i The Birth of Tragedy i are reminiscent of Nietzsche s earlier revisions of philology and that they anticipate the later writings the inversion of the Dionysian and Appollinian domains the interest in the atomistic challenge to Platonism one of Nietzsche s lifelong concerns and the theory of the all too human subject that emerges as a cultural anthropology a hauntingly present reminder of human pretensions and their limits which is likewise a thread that runs through the whole of Nietzsche s oeuvre critically undoing what his philosophy appears to erect The author argues that the coherence of Nietzsche s writings up to and including i The Birth of Tragedy i is incontestable It points to a fact that needs to be turned to account in any reading of i The Birth of Tragedy i namely that Nietzsche is a most unreliable witness to his own meaning br br The first parts of the study focus on broader issues the relation of i The Birth of Tragedy i to the later writings the problems of what the author calls the metaphysics of appearances as opposed to the identification of the metaphysical as a realm lurking behind appearances and the appearance the apparition of metaphysics in both the early and late works In the latter parts of the study the focus falls more narrowly on the formal and thematic complications in the narrative of i The Birth of Tragedy i This book the author argues is a self standing complexly organized and complete piece of imagining that needs to be examined on its own terms And so while the surrounding philosophical reflections that Nietzsche made prior to and at the time of i The Birth of Tragedy i are brought in as needed for instance the notes on Kant Schopenhauer and Lange the primary interest lies in the self presentation of the work itself br brDownload and Read Online books ePub/PDF/Audible/Kindle, its easy way to streaming The Invention of Dionysus books for multiple devices.