Friedrich Nietzsche: Modernist, Post-modernist or Anti-modernist?

The work of Nietzsche is both highly original in thought and magnificent in style, albeit created under the most challenging personal conditions. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on him shows that post-modernism has been conducive to a fundamental re-evaluation of his extremely multifaceted set of messages. As Nietzsche’s literature develops every year, more and more comments are received about his anticipation of social science subjectivism, epistemological perspectiveism, and clear support for secularism, and in the humanities and social sciences. Nietzsche was a brilliant moral philosophy specialist, and his methods were so applicable to the arts and social sciences. Yet, certain ideals/values we can not endorse were propagated by him. Moreover, Christian grace, maybe a step forward for mankind, had crushed the legitimate morality in the slave trade and gladiator games.

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Jan-Erik Lane
University of Geneva, Switzerland.

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