Posts Tagged Friedrich Nietzsche

Nietzsche’s Legacy: Nietzsche’s Entanglement With German Identity

Yesterday, on the 114th anniversary of Nietzsche’s death, I had planned to share some writing on the memory of Nietzsche,  stressing the effect of (a bastardized version of) Nietzsche on German identity, but got caught up responding to some very interesting criticisms of an entry I had written (on a topic that interests me much, […]

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Nietzsche on Morality

Though many of the entries I’ve posted on this blog have been elucidations of a general theory of moral realism, I have admitted that looming skepticism does make moral nihilism plausible. In fact, for some time I accepted something close to an error theory, with the minimal metaphysical and epistemological commitments of contractualism, though I […]

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