Anthropologie philosophique by Bernard Groethuysen

By Bernard Groethuysen

Anthropologie philosophique est une mémoire de l'historicité de l'individu. Le je vis précédant le je pense y reveal los angeles «gradation des valeurs bourgeoises et los angeles marche de los angeles pensée moderne». Une philosophie de los angeles vie puise dans sa propre histoire pour montrer que ce qui importe est chaque fois «la query que l'homme se pose à lui-même, et non los angeles façon d'y répondre», et cette histoire lui est nécessaire pour inventer des «formes nouvelles d'existence». L'érudition n'y cherche pas des doctrines, mais une aventure. C'est pourquoi ce qui est dit ici de Platon, de Montaigne, reste toujours nouveau : non une philosophie, mais «l'exercice de l. a. philosophie».Henri Meschonnic.

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12 The Birth of Tragedy out of the Spirit of Music Foreword to Richard Wagner In order to clear my mind of all the possible concerns, excitements, and misunderstandings which the thoughts assembled in this book will provoke (the peculiar character ofour aesthetic public being what it is), and thus be free to write the introduction in that same mood of contemplative delight which has left its traces on every page of this petrifact of good and uplifting hours, I now imagine the moment when you, my revered friend, will receive this work.

The review of The Birth of Tragedy was Wilamowitz's first publication, but he went on to become by far the most significant German classical philologist of the turn of the century, so his condemnation continued to be extremely influential, and Nietzsche's work was not an object ofserious consideration in academic philological circles in Germany for 40 years or so. The Birth of Tragedy did not succeed in reforming German philology, in changing the way it was done. With Wagnerians Nietzsche had better luck.

The best general introductory book on Nietzsche is M. Tanner, Nietzsche (Oxford University Press, 1994). G. Deleuze, Nietzsche and Philosophy (London, Athlone, 1983) presents an extremely stimulating, if (finally) not fully worked out and not fully convincing general view ofNietzsche and contains a long discussion of The Birth of Tragedy. J. Young, Nietzsche's Philosophy ofArt (Cambridge University Press, 1992) is especially good on the relation of Nietzsche to Schopenhauer and in general on the later development of Nietzsche's views on art.

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