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Peter Durno Murray | 2018 | ISBN: 9004364862 | English | 380 pages | PDF | 5 MB
Series: Studies in Existentialism, Hermeneutics, and Phenomenology (Book 320)
Nietzsche and the Dionysian argues that the Dionysian affect in Nietzsche's early work can be linked to an originary interruption of self-consciousness articulated by the philosophical companion, who compels us to respond to the plurality of life they express by being `true to the earth` and `becoming who we are`. Such an ethics, compelled by the Dionysian affect, grounds any future for humanity in the affirmation of the earth and life.