This is a study of Nietzsche's thought which focuses upon his account of self-hood, his ambition to bring about a 'revaluation of all values', and the structure and strategies of his texts.
The introductory chapter raises a series of questions about the relationship between representations of the self, self-transformation and the problem of truth in Nietzsche's writings. I discuss the force and implications of Nietzschean 'truthfulness'. ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Jenkins, Fiona (Fiona Kim);|
|Subject||Realism Self-realization Values|