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Book review: Nietzsche and the Antichrist: Religion, Politics, and Culture in Late Modernity

Paul E. Kirkland
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Paul E. Kirkland: Carthage College, United States.

The Agonist, 2021, vol. 15, issue 2, 110-112

Abstract: This volume makes a valuable contribution to Nietzsche scholarship by providing a single volume on one of Nietzsche’s texts, The Antichrist, with pieces from an array of prominent scholars. It calls attention to the importance of a work less often systematically treated in the scholarship than some others. The contributors to the volume represent a wide array of philosophical approaches to Nietzsche’s thought and offer a good sampling of the perspectives in Nietzsche scholarship. Conway has assembled an especially strong group of scholars who approach Nietzsche’s thought via political theory and those who have advanced our insight on Nietzsche’s political thought. This link among many of the essays helps to unify the volume and call attention to the political themes and long range aims of Nietzsche’s Antichrist.

Keywords: Nietzsche scholarship; Antichrist (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.33182/agon.v15i2.1900

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