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Nietzsche & the Jews

exaltation & denigration

by Mandel, Siegfried.

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Published by Prometheus Books in Amherst, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany.
    • Subjects:
    • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900 -- Religion.,
    • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900 -- Friends and associates.,
    • Jews -- Intellectual life.,
    • Judaism -- Germany.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-329) and index.

      Other titlesNietzsche and the Jews
      StatementSiegfried Mandel ; foreword by Richard Huett.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsB3318.J83 M36 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 341 p. ;
      Number of Pages341
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL361249M
      ISBN 101573922234
      LC Control Number98021368

        Nietzsche, on the contrary, who grew to be a passionate anti- anti- Semite, admired Diaspora Jews for their power and depth and assigned them a role as Jews in curing Europe of the decadent Christian culture which their own ancestors, the second-temple Jewish "priests", had inflicted upon Europe by begetting : Yirmiyahu Yovel. The crucial interpreter for Nazi purposes, however, was Alfred Baeumler, who argued in the s that “Nietzsche’s anti-German remarks must be understood in the context of Bismarck’s rule” (13) and that the praise Nietzsche lavishes on the Jews must be understood “rhetorically as a foil to the Germans in order to goad them to.

      Get this from a library! Nietzsche & the Jews: exaltation & denigration. [Siegfried Mandel] -- The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche () has been the subject of many intellectual biographies. Regarding Nietzsche's feelings toward the Jews, they have offered the reader a choice.   Nietzsche’s book, The Antichrist () was one of the most influential books on Adolf Hitler. Hitler hated Christianity, mainly because he was a follower of Nietzsche. To demonstrate this, let’s turn to Hitler’s own words from his TABLE TALK radi.

      aeo A highly original study of the ways in which Hegel and Nietzsche addressed Judaism and the question of "the Jew". aeo The book argues that both authors were deeply ambivalent about Judaism and Read more.   The last time I devoted an entire course to Nietzsche, the first assignment was Ecce Homo. This was because I wanted to set up the question “Why read Nietzsche?” in the most challenging, dramatic, and provocative way possible. On a first reading o.


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Nietzsche & the Jews by Mandel, Siegfried. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Again, Nietzsche and the National Socialists are in total agreement about the subordination of the individual to a biological breeding plan. All the National Socialists had to say was that they could not find any good specimens among the Jews.

Section in BGE was used by the National Socialists in their first book on Nietzsche. The author wrote. "Nietzsche's Jewish Problem substantially reshapes our understanding of Nietzsche's relationship to Jews and anti-Semitism.

Carefully researched, well-reasoned, nuanced, and eminently clear, the book will be of wide interest to scholars and general readers."—Martha Helfer, Rutgers University. Nietzsche and the Jews The place of Jews is notoriously controversial in Nietzsche’s body of work.

Ever since his sister Elisabeth took charge of editing his manuscripts, there has been considerable disagreement on the extent of her own anti-Semitism imported to Nietzsche’s writing.

“Yirmiyahu Yovel’s Dark Riddle. is a well-crafted and much-needed contribution to three scholarly literatures: on Hegel, on Nietzsche, and on the situation and the perception of the Jewish people in nineteenth-century Europe.

Yovel shows precisely how Judaism and the Jews were ‘thematized’ in the work of two influential philosophers. His deep going study of Nietzsche, in particular Cited by:   Nietzsche’s next book, Daybreak (), offers conditional praise for the Jews based on their long history of exclusion, isolation, and persecution.

“As a consequence of this [history], the psychological and spiritual resources of the Jews today are extraordinary” (sec. Holub's Nietzsche & the Jews book will likely become the standard work on the fraught question of Nietzsche's attitudes toward Jews and Judaism for years to come."―Richard Wolin, author of Heidegger's Children "Nietzsche's Jewish Problem substantially reshapes our understanding of Nietzsche's relationship to Jews and anti-Semitism.

Carefully researched, well Cited by: 2. The article, which takes the form of a Nietzsche & the Jews book review, is of value not only for what it reveals about Nietzsche’s attitude to the Jews but for the penetrating light it sheds on the Jews themselves and the remarkable stranglehold they had acquired over Germany.

Excerpts from The book: "Daybreak, F.W. Nietzsche, Translated by R.J. Hollingdale, Book IV, P. " "What fantastic ideals seem to indicate.-It is where our deficiencies lie that we indulge in our enthusiasms.

The command 'love your enemies!' had to be invented by the jews, the best haters there have ever been. Most important, Friedrich Nietzsche despised anti-Semitism. His sister and her husband hated Jews and shared visions of a pure race.

They even developed a colony in Paraguay to realize their dream. Friedrich Nietzsche’s puzzling stance on Jews and Judaism has perplexed me for the better part of a decade, so I was intrigued and optimistic about Princeton University Press’s publication of Robert Holub’s Nietzsche’s Jewish Problem: Between Anti-Semitism and Anti-Judaism.

Broadly speaking, I’m sympathetic to certain elements of. The jews were already in total control of Europe when Nietzsche wrote this. And there were books in Germany which expressed this. Marr’s “Der Sieg des Judentums über das Germanentum” (“The Triumph of Jewry over the Germanic World”) dates from Let’s start with the Safranski book, Nietzsche: A Philosophical are absolutely loads of biographies of Nietzsche.

Why did you go with this one in particular. I think the virtue of this book is that it has a detailed and readable narrative of the life, but it combines it with an introduction to the philosophical works, which is written at a very appropriate level for the beginner. The Antichrist (German: Der Antichrist) is a book by the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, originally published in Although it was written inits controversial content made Franz Overbeck and Heinrich Köselitz delay its publication, along with Ecce Homo.

The German title can be translated into English as either The Anti-Christ or The Anti-Christian, depending on how the German word Author: Friedrich Nietzsche. Friedrich Nietzsche, German classical scholar, philosopher, and critic of culture, who became one of the most influential of all modern thinkers.

His attempts to unmask the motives that underlie traditional Western religion, morality, and philosophy deeply affected generations of intellects. Nietzsche & the Jews: Exaltation & Denigration: Mandel, Siegfried: Books - 5/5(2). Buy Nietzsche, God, and the Jews: His Critique of Judeo-Christianity in Relation to the Nazi Myth by Santaniello, Weaver, Golomb, Jacob (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). Nietzsche & the Jews book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche has been the subject of many i 4/5(3).

2] For a detailed study of Nietzsche’s complex views on Jews and Judaism — see my article, “Nietzsche on the Jews.” 3] Most of the following quotations are from Antichrist, and this book is the source where I have indicated only section numbers.

Quotations from other books will be. The book traces some of the roots of twentieth-century German philosophical connections with Nazism and responses to Judaism, a topic of much recent interest, especially in relation to Heidegger' s philosophy and politics.

With the boom in Nietzsche scholarship over the past decade or so, this book is a most welcome addition to the field.". Yirmiyahu Yovel, DarkNietzsche, and the Jews, (University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, ). xx + pp. Is it possible to write a book about Hegel, Nietzsche, and the Jews sine ira et studio?For those who would have thought this an impossible task, Yirmiyahu Yovel's Dark Riddle offers a surprise.

Impartial and gentlemanly to the core, Yovel presents. Jews to fill a work of book length. Although various writers have devoted some attention to the relevant aphorisms and discussions,1 we believe that a fresh look at Nietzsche's position here is desirable, primarily for the following reasons.

First, Nietzsche's views on the Jews are intertwined with his thought.Combining biography and a careful analysis of Nietzsche s writings fromthis book explores Nietzsche s critique of Christianity, Judaism, and antisemitism.

The first part of the book is concerned with psychological aspects and biographical elements. "Nietzsche's Jewish Problem promises to be the definitive account of Nietzsche's relation to Jews and Judaism for some time to come.

In lucid and compelling prose, Robert Holub offers a provocative reappraisal of Nietzsche that forces us to confront how he managed to mix sustained anti-Jewish views with a rejection of anti-Semitic :