Nietzsche as a scholar of antiquity / edited by Anthony K. Jensen and Helmut Heit.

New York : Bloomsbury, 2014.
Bloomsbury Studies in Continental Philosophy
Bloomsbury studies in philosophy
1 online resource (315 p.)
Philology -- Greece.
Greece -- Civilization.
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.
Electronic books.
"Typically, the first decade of Friedrich Nietzsche's career is considered a sort of pr cis to his mature thinking. Yet his philological articles, lectures, and notebooks on Ancient Greek culture and thought - much of which has received insufficient scholarly attention - were never intended to serve as a preparatory ground to future thought. Nietzsche's early scholarship was intended to express his insights into the character of antiquity. Many of those insights are not only important for better understanding Nietzsche; they remain vital for understanding antiquity today. Interdisciplinary in scope and international in perspective, this volume investigates Nietzsche as a scholar of antiquity, offering the first thorough examination of his articles, lectures, notebooks on Ancient Greek culture and thought in English. With eleven original chapters by some of the leading Nietzsche scholars and classicists from around the world and with reproductions of two definitive essays, this book analyzes Nietzsche's scholarly methods and aims, his understanding of antiquity, and his influence on the history of classical studies."--Bloomsbury Publishing.
Acknowledgments ; Abbreviations ; Notes on Contributors ; Introduction
Part I: Nietzsche's Place in Philology 1. On Nietzsche's Philolological Beginnings / Joachim Latacz ; 2. Nietzsche's Radical Philology / James I. Porter
Part II: Scholarly Processes 3. The Sources of Nietzsche's Lectures on Rhetoric / Glenn Most and Thomas Fries ; 4. Apollo and the Problem of the Unity of Culture in the Early Nietzsche / Douglas Burnham
Part III: Scholarly Achievement 5. Nietzsche's Valediction and First Article: The Theognidea / Anthony K. Jensen ; 6. Nietzsche and Diogenes Laertius / Jonathan Barnes ; 7. Nietzsche's Influence on Homer Scholarship / Alexey Zhavoronkov
Part IV: Literature, Language, Culture 8. The History of Literature as an Issue: Nietzsche's Attempt to Represent Antiquity / Carlotta Santini ; 9. The Audience (Hearers and Viewers) and the Different Influence on Different Types in Nietzsche's Lectures / Vivetta Vivarelli ; 10. Nietzsche on the Ancient Quarrel between Philosophy and Poetry / Matthew Meyer
Part V: Philosophy, Science, Religion 11. Nietzsche's Genealogy of Early Greek Philosophy / Helmut Heit ; 12. Nietzsche and Philology and the Science of Antiquity: On the Genealogies of Ancient Science / Babette Babich ; 13. The Religion of the 'older Greeks' in Nietzsche's 'Notes to We Philologists' / Hubert Cancik and Hildegard Cancik-Lindemaier
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Electronic reproduction. London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Jensen, Anthony K., 1978- editor of compilation.
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