Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
How the 'True Friedrich Nietzsche' Finally Did Become a Fable? The Story of an Error by Kristóf Fenyvesi Jyväskylä Univers...
1. The Death of the  Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Ind...
1. The Death of the  Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Ind...
1. The Death of the  Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Ind...
1. The Death of the  Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Ind...
1. The Death of the  Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Ind...
1. The Death of the  Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Ind...
1. The Death of the  Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Ind...
1. The Death of the  Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Ind...
1. The Death of the  Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Ind...
2. The Life of the  Lebensphilosoph
2. The Life of the  Lebensphilosoph
2. The Life of the  Lebensphilosoph
3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian”
3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian” - stimulus detection
3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian” - stimulus detection - transfigur...
3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian” - stimulus detection - transfigur...
3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian” - stimulus detection - transfigur...
4. The Genealogy of  Ecce Homo
4. The Genealogy of  Ecce Homo   1.  - the new prefaces of the re-edited older works, published between 1886-1887; - Nietz...
4. The Genealogy of  Ecce Homo   1.  - the new prefaces of the re-edited older works, published between 1886-1887; - Nietz...
4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces
4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces 1886-87:  second editions, and new prefaces to  -  The Birth of Tragedy - Human, All-...
4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces 1886-87:  second editions, and new prefaces to  -  The Birth of Tragedy - Human, All-...
4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces ...the whole Nietzschean philosophical oeuvre’s narrative structure is established by...
4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces ...the whole Nietzschean philosophical oeuvre’s narrative structure is established by...
4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces
4.2. Letters to Readers – Letter to a Danish friend
4.2. Letters to Readers – Letter to a Danish friend Georg Brandes, 1842-1927
5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse
5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse The  Ecce Homo breaks away...
5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse The  Ecce Homo breaks away...
5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse The  Ecce Homo  - applying...
5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse The  Ecce Homo  - applying...
5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse 'In truth there are no ind...
5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse 'In truth there are no ind...
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Narrative Framework model
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Narrative Framework model Narrative Framework model Sta...
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim:
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his  'posthumus readers...
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his  'posthumus readers...
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his  'posthumus readers...
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his  'posthumus readers...
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his  'posthumus readers...
6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his  'posthumus readers...
Thank you very much for your attention! All Nietzsche-montages used in this presentation are from  Sándor Vály's (Helsinki...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

How the 'True Friedrich Nietzsche' finally did Become a Fable? The Story of An Error

1,070

Published on

Nietzsche’s philosophical autobiography, Ecce Homo, could also be characterized as literature. It deserves a special position not only in philosophy, but in the Western literary tradition of self-narratives. It ought to be considered a unique textual self-study, of which narratological analysis serves a special lesson. It has to be analysed as the culmination of such a process, that in the course of it, following a consistently completed rhetorical, narratological and cultic strategy, Nietzsche took deliberate steps towards a narrative restructuring of his oeuvre for a „posthumous” readership. How did this restructuring process take place and what are the present results of this total recontextualization? It can be most vividly highlighted by using the instruments of contemporary narratology and literary parallels like Aristotle, Saint Augustine, Montaigne, Musil, Borges, Nabokov, Salinger and others.

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
1,070
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
12
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "How the 'True Friedrich Nietzsche' finally did Become a Fable? The Story of An Error"

  1. 1. How the 'True Friedrich Nietzsche' Finally Did Become a Fable? The Story of an Error by Kristóf Fenyvesi Jyväskylä University Doctoral School of Hungarian Studies 27 May 2010 University of Vaasa, Finland www.kristoffenyvesi.hu
  2. 2. 1. The Death of the Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Individual itself is an error.' Friedrich Nietzsche
  3. 3. 1. The Death of the Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Individual itself is an error.' Friedrich Nietzsche Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche, 1846-1935
  4. 4. 1. The Death of the Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Individual itself is an error.' Friedrich Nietzsche Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche, 1846-1935
  5. 5. 1. The Death of the Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Individual itself is an error.' Friedrich Nietzsche Friedrich Nietzsche's death mask
  6. 6. 1. The Death of the Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Individual itself is an error.' Friedrich Nietzsche Friedrich Nietzsche's death mask Max Klinger
  7. 7. 1. The Death of the Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Individual itself is an error.' Friedrich Nietzsche Klinger's Nietzsche in bronse Max Klinger
  8. 8. 1. The Death of the Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Individual itself is an error.' Friedrich Nietzsche Klinger's Nietzsche in bronse Max Klinger The Nietzsche Archive, Weimar
  9. 9. 1. The Death of the Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Individual itself is an error.' Friedrich Nietzsche Klinger's Nietzsche in bronse Max Klinger The Nietzsche Archive, Weimar „ I am a Doppelgänger, I have a 'second' face in addition to the first. And perhaps also a third.” Nietzsche, Ecce Homo
  10. 10. 1. The Death of the Lebensphilosoph 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather mere individual errors - the Individual itself is an error.' Friedrich Nietzsche Ecce Homo manuscript, 1888 Max Klinger The Nietzsche Archive, Weimar „ I am a Doppelgänger, I have a 'second' face in addition to the first. And perhaps also a third.” Nietzsche, Ecce Homo
  11. 11. 2. The Life of the Lebensphilosoph
  12. 12. 2. The Life of the Lebensphilosoph
  13. 13. 2. The Life of the Lebensphilosoph
  14. 14. 3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian”
  15. 15. 3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian” - stimulus detection
  16. 16. 3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian” - stimulus detection - transfigurational activity
  17. 17. 3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian” - stimulus detection - transfigurational activity „ double metaphorization”
  18. 18. 3. Ecce Narrative: the Corporeal Philology, Philosophy and Physiology of the „Dionysian” - stimulus detection - transfigurational activity „ double metaphorization” Nietzsche signs the Ecce Homo as: 'Dionysus versus the Crucified.'
  19. 19. 4. The Genealogy of Ecce Homo
  20. 20. 4. The Genealogy of Ecce Homo 1. - the new prefaces of the re-edited older works, published between 1886-1887; - Nietzsche's newer works between 1883-1889
  21. 21. 4. The Genealogy of Ecce Homo 1. - the new prefaces of the re-edited older works, published between 1886-1887; - Nietzsche's newer works between 1883-1889 2. - Nietzsche's letters written between 1886 and 1889
  22. 22. 4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces
  23. 23. 4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces 1886-87: second editions, and new prefaces to - The Birth of Tragedy - Human, All-Too-Human - Daybreak - The Gay Science
  24. 24. 4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces 1886-87: second editions, and new prefaces to - The Birth of Tragedy - Human, All-Too-Human - Daybreak - The Gay Science - Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1883-85); Beyond Good and Evil (1886); On the Genealogy of Morality (1887); The Case of Wagner (1888); Twilight of the Idols (1888); The Antichrist (1888); Nietzsche contra Wagner (1888)
  25. 25. 4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces ...the whole Nietzschean philosophical oeuvre’s narrative structure is established by the Nietzschean inshights represented by the works written between 1886 and 1889.
  26. 26. 4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces ...the whole Nietzschean philosophical oeuvre’s narrative structure is established by the Nietzschean inshights represented by the works written between 1886 and 1889. ...only three years’ textual work puts into a narrative frame the whole oeuvre, which was originally created during two decades.
  27. 27. 4.1. A New Face Made of New Prefaces
  28. 28. 4.2. Letters to Readers – Letter to a Danish friend
  29. 29. 4.2. Letters to Readers – Letter to a Danish friend Georg Brandes, 1842-1927
  30. 30. 5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse
  31. 31. 5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse The Ecce Homo breaks away from the - Saint Augustinian autobiographical tradition
  32. 32. 5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse The Ecce Homo breaks away from the - Saint Augustinian autobiographical tradition - Rousseauean 'apologetical' narrative
  33. 33. 5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse The Ecce Homo - applying the thought of eternal recurrence
  34. 34. 5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse The Ecce Homo - applying the thought of eternal recurrence - says 'yes' its author's altered past
  35. 35. 5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather individual errors; the individual itself is an error. […] To stop feeling oneself as such a fantastic ego! To learn gradually to throw away the supposed individual! To discover the errors of the ego! [...] Beyond "me" and "you"! To feel cosmically.' (Nietzsche, 9, 441-2)
  36. 36. 5. From the Linear Chronology to the Cyclical Sense of Time: to Feel Cosmically and to Collapse 'In truth there are no individual truths, but rather individual errors; the individual itself is an error. […] To stop feeling oneself as such a fantastic ego! To learn gradually to throw away the supposed individual! To discover the errors of the ego! [...] Beyond "me" and "you"! To feel cosmically.' (Nietzsche, 9, 441-2) 'I am every name in history.' Nietzsche
  37. 37. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past
  38. 38. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Narrative Framework model
  39. 39. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Narrative Framework model Narrative Framework model Stack model
  40. 40. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past
  41. 41. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim:
  42. 42. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his 'posthumus readers' - to interpret his earlier works from the aspects of his complex Dionysian philosophy, which he developed later
  43. 43. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his 'posthumus readers' - to interpret his earlier works from the aspects of his complex Dionysian philosophy, which he developed later - to present his whole oeuvre as an exceptionally well-organized project
  44. 44. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his 'posthumus readers' - to interpret his earlier works from the aspects of his complex Dionysian philosophy, which he developed later - to present his whole oeuvre as an exceptionally well-organized project Solution:
  45. 45. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his 'posthumus readers' - to interpret his earlier works from the aspects of his complex Dionysian philosophy, which he developed later - to present his whole oeuvre as an exceptionally well-organized project Solution: to build up a new metanarrative
  46. 46. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his 'posthumus readers' - to interpret his earlier works from the aspects of his complex Dionysian philosophy, which he developed later - to present his whole oeuvre as an exceptionally well-organized project Solution: to build up a new metanarrative - include subsequently written prefaces into the new editions and modify the earlier texts and their structure
  47. 47. 6. The Case of the Augmented Level: Nietzsche's Travel to his Past Nietzsche's double aim: to make his 'posthumus readers' - to interpret his earlier works from the aspects of his complex Dionysian philosophy, which he developed later - to present his whole oeuvre as an exceptionally well-organized project Solution: to build up a new metanarrative - include subsequently written prefaces into the new editions and modify the earlier texts and their structure
  48. 48. Thank you very much for your attention! All Nietzsche-montages used in this presentation are from Sándor Vály's (Helsinki) 'After Nietzschean Narratives' series, except on the slides nr. 37-39. which is the work of Giuliano Cocco . www.kristoffenyvesi.hu
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×