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WHO IS HEIDEGGER'S ZARATHUSTRA?

Laurence Paul Hemming

in Literature and Theology

Volume 12, issue 3, pages 268-293
Published in print September 1998 | ISSN: 0269-1205
Published online September 1998 | e-ISSN: 1477-4623 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/litthe/12.3.268
WHO IS HEIDEGGER'S ZARATHUSTRA?

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Who is Heidegger's Zarathustra? enquires Heidegger's understanding of ‘transcendence’ from the perspective of his reading of Nieztsche. It shows how in Heidegger's Nietzsche interpretation, all the central themes of his phenomenological project come together-his analysis of Nihilism, the analytic of Dasein, ‘the turning’ the ‘event of appropiation’(Das Ereignis), the question of god and faith and the phenomenology of the ‘I’ (Ich-Heit) or ‘egoity’-not as a rupture from his earlier work but as a broadened, deepened and more nuanced attempt both to read Nietzche and surpass him.

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