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The Nietzsche Podcast

Untimely Reflections

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A podcast about Nietzsche's ideas, his influences, and those he influenced. Philosophy and cultural commentary through a Nietzschean lens. Support the show at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/untimelyreflections A few collected essays and thoughts: https://untimely-reflections.blogspot.com/
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Un podcast sui libri, un vaudeville irriverente di rimandi letterari, libere associazioni, citazioni, concatenazioni, dove noi scimmioni scendiamo per un po’ dagli alberi se non proprio per seguire “virtute e canoscenza” almeno per ricordarci che, come ha scritto Pennac: “un libro ben scelto ti salva da qualsiasi cosa, persino da te stesso”.
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Nietzscheentchen

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Klöppelmeierscher Dialog über dem Leben, dem Universum und dem Rest fußend auf dem humanistischen Bildungsideal des bereit zitierten Klöppelmeiers, zu der Ansicht: "Nur wer de Breijte kennt, sieht nicht dem Nächsten – oder doch? Cover art photo provided by Hello I'm Nik on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@helloimnik
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Multikunstner Kristopher Schau og professor Einar Duenger Bøhn har blitt venner. Nå leser og diskuterer de tenkeren og krenkeren Friedrich Nietzsches samlede verker. Har Nietzsche fortsatt sprengkraft? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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FInding Nietzsche

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A three part Podcast teaser relaying the story and the making of a three act audio play about the creation of a three act opera about the philosopher Nietzsche, Harlequin and Pierot.
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Nietzsche on Mind and Nature

Oxford University

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Keynote speeches and special session given at the international conference 'Nietzsche on Mind and Nature', held at St. Peter's College, Oxford, 11-13 September 2009, organized by the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford.
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Save for his raucous, rhapsodical autobiography, Ecce Homo, The Antichrist is the last thing that Nietzsche ever wrote, and so it may be accepted as a statement of some of his most salient ideas in their final form. Of all Nietzsche’s books, The Antichrist comes nearest to conventionality in form. It presents a connected argument with very few interludes, and has a beginning, a middle and an end.
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Step into the world of Friedrich Nietzsche with our podcast, "Conversations with Nietzsche: Beyond Good and Evil". Join our podcast host as he engages in a series of deep conversations with the great philosopher himself. Through a fictional encounter, our host dives into the pages of Nietzsche's groundbreaking book, "Beyond Good and Evil", exploring its themes, ideas, and unraveling complexities of Nietzsche's philosophy. If you're a fan of philosophy, or simply looking for a new perspective ...
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Diese kleine Schrift ist eine grosse Kriegserklärung; und was das Aushorchen von Götzen anbetrifft, so sind es dies Mal keine Zeitgötzen, sondern ewige Götzen, an die hier mit dem Hammer wie mit einer Stimmgabel gerührt wird, – es giebt überhaupt keine älteren, keine überzeugteren, keine aufgeblaseneren Götzen… Auch keine hohleren… Das hindert nicht, dass sie die geglaubtesten sind; auch sagt man, zumal im vornehmsten Falle, durchaus nicht Götze…(aus Friedrich Nietzsches Vorwort zur Götzendä ...
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Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844–1900) was a nineteenth-century German philosopher. He wrote critical texts on religion, morality, contemporary culture, philosophy and science, using a distinctive German language style and displaying a fondness for aphorism. Nietzsche’s influence remains substantial within and beyond philosophy, notably in existentialism and postmodernism. Thus Spake Zarathustra is a work composed in four parts between 1883 and 1885. Much of the work deals with ideas such a ...
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The Joyful Wisdom (later translated as The Gay Science), written in 1882, just before Zarathustra, is rightly judged to be one of Nietzsche’s best books. Here the essentially grave and masculine face of the poet-philosopher is seen to light up and suddenly break into a delightful smile. The warmth and kindness that beam from his features will astonish those hasty psychologists who have never divined that behind the destroyer is the creator, and behind the blasphemer the lover of life. In the ...
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Uno scatolone di libri incautamente acquistato in un momento di debolezza oggi ci fa parlare di Umberto Eco, Jocelyn Haley, Ernest Hemingway, Giuseppe Ungaretti, George Steiner. E alla fine tra monaci medievali, ninfe dagli occhi verdi, alcolizzati, poeti ermetici e critici letterari comprendiamo come ogni atto comunicativo comporti sempre l’atto d…
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A summary of Nietzsche's teachings, examined by considering the parallel of Schopenhauer's influence on Nietzsche with how the modern person could adopt Nietzsche as a similar type of influence. I attempt to distill the central message of Nietzsche's philosophy, and explain how this interpretative framework helps elucidate new angles to many of his…
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In the aphorism, "Journey to Hades" in Human All Too Human Vol 2, Nietzsche lists eight thinkers who helped to shape his thought. Each of these eight is paired with another thinker, a choice which is intentional and intended to reveal something about each pair. These eight are: Epicurus and Montaigne; Goethe and Spinoza; Plato and Rousseau; Pascal …
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The second part of a two-parter we began near the beginning of this season. The completion of our analysis of Ecce Homo. In this episode, we consider Nietzsche's reviews of his own books, and argue that it presents a creative narrative of Nietzsche's life: Nietzsche as a tragic figure. Nietzsche mythologizes himself and the circumstances of his gre…
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Da uno scatolone di libri vintage acquistati in un momento di debolezza in una legatoria, escono fuori oggi: saghe familiari di drammatica intensità (John Steinbeck), un giallo divertente e cinico quanto basta (Willliam Somerset Maugham), romanzi rosa per casalinghe non troppo disperate (Constance Heaven), piccoli drammi morali quotidiani (Bonavent…
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The Twilight of Idols is described by Nietzsche as a work of leisure: a leap sideways, a bit of sunshine, a form of play rather than work. The laboriousness of 'notebook psychology', in which one strains and squints and spies on reality, could not be further from this natural discernment based on what one is given. In this episode, we explore exact…
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A deep dive into one of the most important passages in Twilight of Idols. We’ll explore Nietzsche’s critique of our erroneous habits of thought: mistaking the effect for the cause, false causality, creating imaginary causes, creating a doer of the deed, and free will. We explore Nietzsche’s explanation for how these errors take hold of our thought,…
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My friend Quinn and I discuss whether Deleuze is an accurate interpreter of Nietzsche. What are the faults of Deleuze's interpretation, and what are its merits? We discuss the eternal return, the anti-Hegelian attitude of Deleuze, ressentiment and bad conscience, and the Deleuzian understanding of will to power. More broadly, we discuss what it is …
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Carl Jung contributed to psychoanalysis in an important way, but that contribution to the field is inseparable from his engagement with Nietzsche. Jung derived a wealth of insights from Nietzsche’s work, and his psychological state that deteriorated into madness. Jung’s central hypothesis is that Nietzsche was possessed by an archetype. Such archet…
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Oggi si parte dal titolo dell’ultimo libro di David Grossman (“La pace è l’unica strada”) per parlare di pace. Più facile a dirsi che a farsi. Il motto latino “pax optima rerum” (“ottima fra tutte le cose la pace”) ci trova tutti d’accordo. Ma come raggiungere la pace (interiore, nelle relazioni, tra nazioni)? David Grossmam, un dizionarietto della…
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Carl Gustave Jung was a student of Freud, but broke from his mentor in a dramatic way. Jung acquired the reputation of being a mystic, and put forward ideas that pushed the boundaries of psychoanalysis. This is a crash course in Jung’s most important ideas: projection, archetypes, and the collective unconscious. In this episode, we go in-depth on t…
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Weltgeist x The Nietzsche Podcast. A long-awaited conversation. We discuss: the aesthetics of Schopenhauer v/s Nietzsche, the Schopenhauerian influence on Wagner's music, The Pale Blue Dot, the Eros as discussed in Plato's Symposium, philosophy and art as luxuries of civilization, and what Nietzsche describes as the asceticism of the scientific wor…
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Daniel Tutt is the author of How to Read Like a Parasite, a new book which warns leftist thinkers about the power and danger of Nietzsche. Daniel has a long history of engaging with Nietzsche’s philosophy, and argues for a pugilistic relationship with him. In his view, the French leftists who utilized Nietzsche’s work sometimes centered Nietzsche t…
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Stephen Hicks is a Canadian-American philosopher, and the author of numerous books, including Understanding Postmodernism, and Nietzsche & the Nazis. As Professor Hicks is a critic of postmodernism, I decided to ask him about Nietzsche's connection to postmodern thought. Is Nietzsche a postmodernist, and to what extent did he influence them? How do…
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Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) said of Nietzsche that he had "more penetrating knowledge of himself than any man who ever lived or was likely to live." In spite of this, Freud always denied that Nietzsche was an influence on his thought, in spite of his multiple references to Nietzsche in his early work. While Freud certainly drew from Nietzsche's ideas…
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Among Nietzsche's critics, René Girard is perhaps unique. Girard's understanding of human civilization and the origins of human culture is that it is based on ritual, collective violence against a scapegoated individual - and he argues that Nietzsche is one of the only thinkers hitherto who understood this. Nietzsche's famous formula - Dionysus ver…
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Today we examine an 1875 Fragment, entitled "Science and Wisdom in Battle". Not only does this fragment contain one of my favorite quotations of Nietzsche's, it represents his continual grappling with the meaning of Ancient Greek culture. In particular, we discuss the importance of "relations of tension" in Nietzsche's earlier work: art versus scie…
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In this episode, we continue our discussion of the Pre-Platonics, and cover the ideas of Parmenides, Anaxagoras, Empedocles, and Democritus. The episode begins with a brief recap of the previous philosophers and the dialogue up to this point. After considering the remaining Pre-Platonics, I have some brief concluding remarks in which I attempt to m…
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Con i tormentoni, recenti e passati, di Sanremo ancora in testa oggi partiamo da una canzone di Dargen D’Amico (“Dove si balla”) per parlare dei terremoti e dei vulcani (anche metaforici) che fanno capolino in libri, saggi e poesie. Si parte con Paolo Rumiz e si conclude con Achille Campanile passando per Heinrich von Kieist, Tiffany Watt Smith, Va…
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Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks is one of the more obscure texts in Friedrich Nietzsche’s corpus. There are many good reasons for this: it is unfinished, and ends abruptly; it was never published; and it concerns subject matter that is not as immediately accessible as Nietzsche’s more popular writings. You will not find his major concept…
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Nietzsche said of this work that it was “the best German book”. For the last nine years of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s life, Johann Peter Eckermann journaled about their conversations together. Goethe was a celebrity at the time, and destined to be remembered as perhaps the greatest writer of the German language, certainly of the 19th century. Eck…
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In the tradition of the great theistic philosophers, Baruch Spinoza presents us with a metaphysical vision of the cosmos, as ordered by God. But in sharp contrast with thinkers such as Pascal, Spinoza's arguments for God are crafted with an attempt of logical precision. In fact, Spinoza structures his arguments as geometric proofs, and considers th…
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Dove sono finite le virtù? E quante sono? Con l’episodio di oggi andiamo a cercarle col lanternino in un’operetta, in un dramma liturgico del XII secolo, in un piccolo trattato di grandi virtù di un filosofo francese, nella sceneggiatura di alcuni film e in un paio di poesie. Carlo Lombardo, Ildegarda di Bingen, André Compte-Sponville, Krzysztof Ki…
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Pascal and Nietzsche are two names of monumental importance in the Western philosophical tradition, but rarely are their names mentioned together. At a glance, there is a wide gulf that separates the two, and seems to place them at irreconcilable odds. Pascal was a devout Christian, whose philosophical works concern the Christian faith: his most fa…
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Nietzsche listed Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) among the best French writers of the Renaissance, and called him a link to classical antiquity. The personal seal of Montaigne read, “What do I know?” For Montaigne, doubting was no less pleasing than knowing, and he exemplified the philosopher’s proclivity to inquire about every proposition. In his …
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Devin Goure is a scholar with a background in philosophy, an interest in psychology, mental health & neurodivergence. He holds a PhD in political theory. He's known as Left Nietzschean on X/Twitter: https://twitter.com/DevinGoureYou can find Devin's substack here: https://devingour.substack.com/In this conversation, Devin and I discuss the meaning …
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A dicembre, sotto Natale, parlare di angeli sembra scontato. Eppure oggi, Dante, von Kleist, Schiller, Benjamin, Rilke, ma anche Klee, Escher, Lucio Dalla e Wim Wenders, ci fanno incontrare angeli atipici: angeli caduti, angeli irriverenti, angeli-uomini, angeli tremendi, angeli-demoni. Insomma, angeli al rovescio che, biondi e riccioluti, suonano …
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In this second part of our exploration of Deleuze, we go straight into the Deleuzian understanding of ressentiment, and the significance of Nietzsche's distinction between ressentiment and the bad conscience. Deleuze's interpretation is predominantly psychological/physiological, and he sees the origins of ressentiment in the "inverted image" produc…
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