An Intro to Gauge Theories and Modern Particle Physics [Vol by E. Leader, E. Predazzi

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Furthermore there is a difference between asserting that Nietzsche was unconcerned with reconciling these voices with one another, and the claim that reconciliation was not his only project and certainly not his forte. Very often he found it m o r e fruitful to present many sides of an issue than a unified position. Nietzsche was, in at least one sense, profoundly un-Hegelian: he rarely provides us with a final synthesis. This does not mean that he stopped trying. But as we will see in chapter 6, one of the characteristics of the noble soul is the ability to contain contradictions.

Heidegger is, in some ways, a strange choice for a guide, particularly for the published works, since he claims that the unpublished writings pro­ vide the key to understanding the eternal return. But in practice it is in his analysis of the published writings that Heidegger develops his interpretation of the doctrine. In fact, there are two other factors that are more important for judging Heidegger's interpretation of the eternal return. First, the lectures that compose the Nietzsche book were given in the 1930s and 1940s, but first published in 1961.

Giorgio Colli and Mazzino Montanari, the editors of the new edition of Nietzsche's works, have divided it into two groups, nachgelassene Schriften and nachgelassene Fragmente. Under the former they include several essays from Nietzsche's time in Basel, which were not published during his lifetime (for example, "On T r u t h and Lie in an Extra-Moral Sense" belongs to this period). They also consider The Anti-Christ, Ecce Homo, and Nietzsche Contra Wagner (KSA, volume 6) nachge­ lassene Schriften, since they were not published before Nietzsche's fall into insanity.

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