By Geoff Waite
Waite advances his argument by means of bringing Marxist—especially Gramscian and Althusserian—theories to undergo at the notion of Nietzsche/anism. yet he additionally is going past ideological convictions to discover the immense Nietzschean impact that proliferates during the market of up to date philosophy, political and literary idea, and cultural and technocultural feedback. In mild of a philological reconstruction of Nietzsche’s released and unpublished texts, Nietzsche’s Corps/e shuttles among philosophy and daily pop culture and exhibits them to be both major of their having been stimulated by means of Nietzsche—in despite the fact that distorted a kind and in a manner that compromises all of our greatest interests.
Controversial in its “decelebration” of Nietzsche, this striking learn asks even if the postcontemporary age already upon us will remain ruled and orientated through the haunting spectre of Nietzsche’s corps/e. Philosophers, highbrow historians, literary theorists, and people attracted to western Marxism, pop culture, Friedrich Nietzsche, and the intersection of French and German inspiration will locate this e-book either beautiful and challenging.