By Katia Dawn Hay, Leonel R. dos Santos
Nietzsche used to be a serious critic of German Idealism, yet what precisely is the relation among his suggestion and theirs? Papers from best experts in Kant, Hegel, Schelling, Schopenhauer, Kierkegaard and Nietzsche give a contribution to a clearer figuring out of the variations and affinities among Nietzsche's philosophy and that of his predecessors.
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24 Frederick Neuhouser The conception of illness I have articulated thus far, from the biological perspective, is insufficient to capture the distinctively human, or spiritual, illnesses Nietzsche is most interested in. In order to understand these, we need to take up a perspective beyond that of (mere) life, one that allows us to grasp spiritual, not merely animal, phenomena. The sense in which the spiritual perspective is beyond that of mere life must not be misunderstood. ‘Beyond’ does not mean one abandons life in order to take up a wholly different standpoint, that of spirit; what is required, rather, is that one supplement the standpoint of life so as to take account of the fundamental ways spiritual beings differ from mere animals.
293) – Nietzsche famously hints that the conscience of the spiritually healthy, “autonomous” individual might be regarded as the “ripe, 12 Genesis 1:31, New Living Translation 2007. According to the Revised Standard Version 1946: “And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good”. 13 Schopenhauer, for example, is explicitly said to have “said No to life and to himself” on the basis of certain values he held (GM Preface 5, KSA 5, p. 252). 14 Presumably the nobles of Essay I (GM I 10) say ‘yes’ to themselves spontaneously and so without the reflexivity that Nietzsche associates with spirituality.
One could say that Desire’s failure lies in its inability to integrate, in both its self-conception and its activity, its dependence on life with its understanding of its own freedom. Its problem is one of uniting two things that appear to it irreconcilably opposed, which is another way of saying that it fails in the spiritual task of negotiating inner contradiction. ) It is important to remember that spirit for Hegel is more than consciousness; its characteristic activities are at once mental (activities of consciousness) and material.
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