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Comment: University of Illinois Press; 2000; 8.87 X 5.93 X 0.71 inches; Paperback; Very Good; Text clean and tight; 248 Pages
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Nietzsche's Perspectivism (International Nietzsche Studies) Paperback – March 20, 2000


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"A stereotype of Nietzsche persists even in the academic community, namely, that 'Nietzsche believes that truth depends upon one's 'perspective.' This book not only shows how facile that stereotype is, but also how rich and diverse Nietzsche's perspectivisms are... A rich and nuanced work that will be of value not only to philosophers and theologians but to literary critics as well." -- Fred W. Burnett, Religious Studies Review "A project of considerable merit... Especially worthy of attention is the authors' consideration of Nietzsche's views on logic and consciousness... A welcome and a challenging addition to the body of Nietzsche scholarship." -- Tsarina Doyle, International Philosophical Quarterly ADVANCE PRAISE "A probing, analytically sharp, and philosophically illuminating account of a central theme in Nietzsche's work. Hales and Welshon show that Nietzsche's complex view is of serious philosophical interest and importance, and their close work with the texts yields rich rewards." -- Martha C. Nussbaum, Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, University of Chicago

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Steven D. Hales, Ph.D. (Brown) is a professor of philosophy at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. He works primarily in metaphysics and epistemology, and also in popular philosophy. He has been a Visiting Professorial Fellow at the University of London and the University of Edinburgh. He is a past winner of Bloomsburg University's Outstanding Teaching Award, and has published numerous books and articles.

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